I would like to introduce a new monthly series, the Monthly Marketing Roundup Gold. At the beginning of each month, I will be sharing some of the blog posts that I’ve read during the previous month.
As a web designer and marketer, I am constantly reading to learn as much as I can. I am excited to be sharing the gold nuggets that I have come across.
So, grab your cup of coffee – or tea if you like, and let’s get started. This month, I’ll be sharing posts about social media and blogging. If you haven’t had the chance to read these, you won’t want to miss a single one.
Four Social Media Management Tools Dominating 2015
By Brooke Ballard
Social media management tools help to make social sharing easier. Brooke Ballard compares four top tools that you will want to consider. Favorite quote, “It’s my belief that you can’t know what you’re missing until you try it.”
Are you frustrated with engagement on Facebook? Peg Fitzpatrick writes, “Managing a Facebook Page is one of the hardest social media tasks to do well. It’s a challenge due to the constant changes on Facebook as well as the fierce competition for attention.” Don’t miss her five inspiring ways to improve our Facebook pages with better visual marketing.
Pinterest FAQ: Does Scheduling Pins Hurt Your Engagement and Ranking?
By Alisa Meredith
After reading an article that scheduling pins hurts your engagement on Pinterest, Alisa Meredith put on her Sherlock Holmes hat to find out if it does. If you schedule Pinterest photos, you won’t want to miss this.
31 Tips on How to Use Social Media to Boost Sales
By Rebekah Radice
Are you using social media to market and promote your business? Converting sales on social media is a common business challenge. Rebekah Radice shares a roundup of top Twitter tips for effectively using social media to boost sales
What You Need to Know About the Instagram Size Changes
By Dustin W. Stout
Are you using Pinterest to market your business? Instagram now allows more than square images and videos. Find out the new sizes to effectively help your business succeed visually on Instagram.
Blog Promotionology, The Art & Science of Blog Promotion
By Mike Allton
Are you wondering how to promote your blog posts? Mike Allton presents a comprehensive and action packed blog promotion techniques to help reach your marketing goals.
123 Content Marketing Tools from Industry Professionals
By Ian Cleary
If you are looking for content marketing tools, Ian Cleary definitely has you covered in this post. He covers what content marketing is and asked industry professionals what tools they use every day. You may be surprised to learn what tool took the top honor.
How To Encourage Social Sharing On Your Blog
By Adam Connell
Have you ever wondered how the top bloggers get so many social shares? Adam Connell shares his most effective strategies for encouraging social sharing and how to do it.
How to Get Traffic and Links from Blog Roundups
By Ana Hoffman
We all want more traffic to our blogs, don’t we? Ana Hoffman introduces blog roundups and explains how they can work to build relationships with other bloggers and get your blog noticed.
It’s Not What You Say, But The Way That You Say It
By Donna Merrill
Writing unique content is a challenge for many bloggers. Having a unique voice in your writing can also be a challenge. Donna Merrill gives us great advice for “the way that you say it” while blogging.
9 Ways To Not Waste Your Time Blogging
By Sherman Smith
Have you ever felt like you are writing simply to meet a quota? Sherman Smith provides us with comprehensive tips to make sure that we are not spinning our wheels and wasting time blogging.
Why Your Blogging Community Wants More Than Just Quality Content
By Andrew M. Warner
What do you think your readers want more than quality content? Andrew M. Warner explores this million dollar question and sheds the light on the answers.
Over to You
Thank you for taking the time to visit! I hope you will enjoy reading these posts – and learning from them as much as I have. Would you please share this this post if you think it offers value to your readers? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.