How to Establish a Social Media Presence for Your Blog
We are in the midst of the 4th revolution and its a Digital Revolution! Don’t laugh, but I grew up in an age without computers and without mobile phones…My age is showing :).
With the advent of the internet and then of search engines like Google and Bing, everything changed. That was not the end of it. Social Media Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more were established and these days we can’t imagine life without it.
Things have not only changed for individuals, but the way in which we do business has also changed significantly. Not only has e-commerce giants like Amazon emerged, but every person with access to a computer and the internet now has the opportunity to establish his or her very own online business. This Blog, much as I enjoy it, is also a business and that makes me an entrepreneur.
To be a successful entrepreneur one however has to establish a presence on the internet. Creating your Blog or online store on the internet is not enough if it just sits there. Everything from page 2 on Google, has no chance of being noticed, if you don’t drive visitors to your site in one way or another. For the Beginner it may be a daunting task. Where do you start? Advertising (even pay-per-click) can be very expensive if you have no money at your disposal.
The best way to get your site out there and to get it noticed is to create a presence for it on all the major social media platforms. With my other Blogs I started out with LinkedIn and then created a Company Page on both Facebook and Instagram. From there I created a page on Twitter and Pinterest. I got some followers, but it was barely a trickle and definitely not enough to make my business feature on page 1 or 2 on Google. I was desperate and scoured the internet for a solution.
Then I heard of Crowdfire. I looked at what they offered and I was sold. Large numbers of small businesses, artists, writers, influencers, sellers, freelancers, and self-employed individuals use Crowdfire to go big online. It can automatically find and recommend articles and images your audience will love, so you can share them to your social profiles and keep your timelines buzzing.
It even helped me to schedule the posts I chose in advance customized posts for all of my social profiles, Crowdfire helped me save a lot of time and my business got noticed (because of social media activity) and I started to get traffic to my site.
Crowdfire works with Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, WordPress, Etsy, Shopify, Medium, 500px, Vimeo and many more platforms. Where big companies have social media marketing teams, we have Crowdfire. Joining Crowdfire was one of the best decisions I took to get my business noticed.
If you want to optimize your social media and get your business noticed, you won’t make a mistake in going with Crowdfire.
Let me know what kind of online solutions you apply to get your business or blog noticed and let’s engage one another on it. All of us can learn from one another.
Have an awesome day!
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