We often suggest that clients have 3 months of blog content teed up and ready to go before they go live with a blog. We “test” blogging readiness with micro-blogging platforms like Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn. If you can keep those going, you have a better chance at keeping a blog alive. Like plants and puppies, blogs need constant love and attention to keep growing and thriving.
As many of you know, I sometimes teach social media seminars through the local community education program (as well I do private social media “tutoring.” I have classes coming up in 2011 in Twitter and using social media to promote your blog.) Many people benefit enormously from seeing someone else doing it and explaining it, more than reading a book or any of the numerous blogs out there — but there are wonderful books and blogs out there. This blog […]