by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator
Being that I’ve been reading the blogs of Paige Worthy, Gini Dietrich of the Fight Against Destructive Spin, and most recently, Scott Hepburn of Media Emerging, I’ve learned a lot in just a few months about this complicated blogging/tweeting/retweeting/SEO world.
However, as I’ve said in some previous entries, our page views are still relatively few by comparison. Is it the subject matter that’s hurting us? Or our appearance? Or the fact that our blog mainly targets people in Georgia?
So, while we would love to have a guest blogger jump in, I must first ask: is there a fee involved? I had considered that, but I felt that an even more valuable payment might be had through returning the favor somehow.
If this means guest-posting on a fellow blogger’s blog, I’d be more than happy to do so; I’d also be willing to write about their blog and/or brand on this one.
All in all, just saying – I realize this is part of networking, and the more online “mingling” we do, the better we hope to do our jobs, and in turn, give others an opportunity to do theirs.
So, here are some questions I’m posing, theoretically, to potential guest bloggers: 1. How do you “scientifically” test methods of bringing traffic to your page? 2. Are there some social networks that would do much more to help a small business than, say, Facebook?
- How to Grow Traffic to Your Blog (chrisbrogan.com)