23 Successful Bloggers Reveal Their Most Effective Methods For Promoting A New Blog Post

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So, recently I got in touch with around 30 or so bloggers to invite them to participate in an expert roundup post. Out of the 30 invitations I sent, around 23 bloggers responded with interest, and I think you're going to love this one too.

Content promotion is a pretty big deal when it comes to blogging.

You can write the most amazing content for your blog, but if no one is there to read it and take action on it, then your content creation is nothing more but wasted effort.

I mean, sure, eventually some folks will find it through the search engines perhaps, but the best time to promote and drive traffic to your content is when it is fresh!

So, the question I asked these 30 amazing bloggers was:

What is your favorite method for promoting a brand new blog post?

Here are their individual responses in no particular order.

What can you learn from these responses?

You are learning what these blogging experts are doing to drive traffic, comments, social shares and perhaps even buyers to their content, products, and services.

If you're totally new to blogging and want to learn how to get as much exposure to your content as possible, this post is definitely for you!

Let's get to it!

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1. Tor Refsland from TimeManagementChef.com
(Visit the time management chef's blog here)

"You have probably heard the following sentence: "It doesn't matter how great your content is if no one knows that it exists".

You are probably nodding your head right now.

Because you know that, right?

Then I will share that you should spend 20% of your time creating the content and the remaining 80% on promoting.

Now you are probably smiling, nodding your head even more (like a bobblehead figure), perhaps even giving yourself a high five.

Why?

Because you are on fire! You know this too.

Want to know the truth?

It doesn't matter how much you know if you don't apply it.

As Napoleon Hill said in his book Think And Grow Rich: "Knowledge is not power. Application of knowledge is power."

Who the heck cares about how much knowledge you have, if you don't practice is?

It's like being a professor teaching the topic of financial investment in a fancy university.

If the professor really knew his/her stuff, he/she would have been running a successful company, not teaching.

Let's say that you spent 4 hours writing a blog post including creating the blog picture, that means that you should spend 16 hours (the remaining 80 %) promoting your content.

We can both agree that you don't do that, right?

Heck, it's A LOT of work.

If you are wondering how you can promote your content, you should take a look at Brian Dean's Skyscraper Technique.

So over to the main question...

What is my most effective method for promoting a new blog post:

I send an email to my friends asking them to share my post.

Note: I only do this, if I know that the topic of my blog post is a good match for their audience. Needless to say, your post has to be truly epic, if you do this.

Does it really work?

I wrote a blog post that generated 20,231 page views in 6 days, 74 comments and 1500+ social shares.

Getting traffic is not really about how big your email list is (yeah, you read correctly) or how many followers you have on social media.

It all comes down to one thing... Who do you know that can promote your awesome stuff?

Two of the influencers I know have a combined following of over one million followers on Twitter.

If you want a successful blog, you need to master the art of networking. That can be a topic for another day.

Getting traffic isn't rocket science. It's just a lot of hard work.

Tired of your blog being invisible?

Put a lot of time into your promotion and let the world know how awesome you are!"

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2. Kim George from Small-BizSense.com
(Visit Kim's blog)

"For me, the most effective method that I use for promoting brand new blog posts is sharing them with my community on Twitter and Facebook.

Those are the platforms where my audience is at, mostly.

I find using some top quality images to promote my posts on social media, and this helps to create way better engagement for me at least."

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3. Don Purdum from UnveilTheWeb.com
(Check out Don's blog here)

"In addition to the standard shares on social media, my most effective method for promoting a new blog article is blog commenting and networking.

Networking, is in my opinion, the fastest and best way to get your content out there.

I have a list of about twenty-five bloggers that I follow and comment on their articles. I always leave a comment that is relevant, insightful or helpful to the blogger and his or her readers.

Then I share their article to my social media sites with relevant reasons why someone should read their article.

Within a few days, on average, I will get hundreds of visits just from people clicking through to my blog article from my comments.

To be clear here, I never talk about my article (unless it's in context to the article I'm commenting on and then only as a reference to add value) or spam in the comment. It's about value and relationships."

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4. Ryan Biddulph from BloggingFromParadise.com
(Visit Ryan's blog here)

"Sharing my blog post through as many channels as possible is #1 for me.

I may drop the link to my latest post in 60 plus spots, from Twitter to 20 or 30 GPlus Communities to 5 or 10 Facebook Groups to inbound.org to Triberr.

Sharing my posts in as many spots exposes my blog to all sorts of folks, who prefer to read their content through different channels. I share over a period of 1 week, so not to rush dropping these links."

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5. Soji Fagade from SojiFagade.com
(Read Soji's blog here)

"For me, the most effective method has been simply using social media.

I get most of my traffic from Facebook, both my business page and Facebook community groups.

I also like to boost posts occasionally (in a carefully targeted way) and it has brought me some interesting results."

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6. Enstine Muki from EnstineMuki.com
(Go to Enstine's blog)

"I can always feel the excitement when my new post is ready to go live.

Once I hit the submit button, while I share on social media, the most effective method to quickly generate some noise around the newly published post is from my email list.

It has never failed me and I know it will always generate positive results.

If you are blogging without an email list, you are making a mistake. Social media platforms can lock you out, Google can go crazy and make you go mad but your list will always be loyal to you."

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7. Nicholas Scalice from Earnworthy.com
(Learn more about Nicholas here)

"My single most effective method for promoting a new blog post is distributing it to my tribes on Triberr.

For those who may not be familiar with Triberr, it is an influencer marketing platform, where you can connect with like-minded folks, form "tribes," and mutually share content from each other on Twitter and other networks.

It is a great way to get that initial burst of social activity on a new piece of content. Yes, it takes time building strong tribes, but once you do, it pays off.

For example, I've been on Triberr for many years now, and have joined over 62 tribes, with over 4,000 tribemates, which gives me a total potential reach of over 70 million.

The best part of all, you can jump in and start sharing for free. I highly recommend checking Triberr out."

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8. Donna Merrill from DonnaMerrillTribe.com
(Check out Donna Merrill's Tribe here)

"While I can get a bigger number of people to a blog post by promoting it with a paid "boost" on Facebook, that's not the most effective method.

I've found I get a much more targeted and responsive crowd to my new blog posts by commenting on other people's blogs.

Now, to do this, I would, first of all, consider what my target audience is. If my new blog post is about YouTube marketing, for instance, I don't want to spend a lot of time commenting on blogs that focus on SEO. I'd rather focus on blogs that target video marketing in general, YouTube marketing specifically.

When I comment on those blogs, it draws attention to my new blog post, especially when my comment is congruent with the topic of my blog post.

So, I might leave a comment on an article about getting free traffic by uploading your videos to as many video sites as possible.

The comment could basically say something like this:

"YouTube is really the best site to use. For all the time it takes to upload your videos to other sites, I'd stick with just YouTube because your message gets the greatest exposure for the least amount of labor when you optimize your YouTube videos correctly."

Then, I might say that I show how to do this in my latest blog post, or just post a link to it, or simply expose folks to my link via CommentLuv.

To make this method work most effectively, I need to find the best blog sites to comment on.

(1) I want to comment on articles that are highly targeted to the crowd I want to position my new post in front of; and (2) I want to comment on blogs that are active and get lots of engagement from readers."

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9. Jane Sheeba from ProBloggingSuccess.com
(Get pro Blogging with Jane here)

"Emailing my subscribers is the one most effective method that works for me whenever I promote anything; blog posts are no exception.

It all depends on how effective the email list is. Just having a list of 100K subscribers won't do the trick, although I'm sure it would help immensely. You have to do everything necessary to engage with your list and send them highly useful stuff.

Assuming you do that already, I can guarantee you that this will work :)"

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10. Erik Emanuelli from NoPassiveIncome.com
(Visit Erik's blog)

"For me, it's definitely sharing a new post on blogging communities and networking.

It's not about the link back to your content either, or the traffic you are going to get from these sites, it's about creating new connections with members of those communities, who share the same interests as you.

The online marketing world is all about building relationships, and that's what drives my blog promotion."

Among the communities I use, I recommend the following sites:

  • Inbound.org
  • GrowthHackers
  • BizSugar
  • Klinkk
  • DoSplash
  • Kingged
  • Blokube
  • BlogEngage

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11. Maxwell Ivey from TheBlingBlogger.net
(Get inspired by Maxwell here)

"To me its all about building relationships online.

We know you can have thousands of twitter followers, Facebook friends, and LinkedIn connections and sharing with them can have little or no results unless the people you are connected with are loyal followers.

I have 87 subscribers to my email list but I get 30 percent opens and 10 percent click-throughs.

But going back to relationships, the best place to make them is in the comments section of other people's blogs and podcasts.

Even commenting on their social media feeds and sharing their posts can be helpful as long as you link back to your site or post or have links to your site in your social media profiles.

If I'm not mistaken you and I met through Adrienne smith's site Fabrizio, so it shouldn't be a surprise that I'm big on blog commenting.

If you read their posts with an open heart and mind and leave a sincere thoughtful memorable comment; then that can lead to discussions.

These online discussions can lead to emails or phone calls. These can lead to the site host offering you the opportunity to write a guest post, be interviewed for a podcast, be mentioned in a roundup article, etc.

It takes time, and a lot of people are looking for a quick and dirty answer to borrow a phrase from the computer programming world.

If you build up these relationships, then you will have loyal supporters to help when you have a new post that you absolutely need people to read.

If you have a product launch or need a book reviewed, then having these friends online is the best way to get help making that push.

I believe in blog commenting enough that I generally only join social media groups that encourage or insist upon reciprocal commenting.

Video can help.

Being mentioned by a top blogger can help more.

How do you meet these top blogging superstars? leave comments and share content.

So to take a page from Jon Morous's book there is no quick way to promote a new blog post. It all takes consistent hard work. I believe in being honest.

So, I'm not going to tell people there is something they can do as a brand new blogger that will make a post go viral and end up being reposted on the home page of Google or Yahoo, like that would happen anyway."

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12. Sherman Smith from ShermanSmithBlog.com
(Visit Sherman's blog here)

"The single most effective way I use to promote a new blog post is to leave comments on blogs that are within your niche. There are a few things I would look for in a blog

  1. I look for blogs that have Commentluv Premium Plugin
  2. Make sure there’s engagement between the author and the commenters
  3. Make sure that the blog post is getting a lot of shares

Also, I use an indirect approach as well. I like to make sure that I mention the author or owner of the blog each time I share their posts on social media. This is a great branding practice to put yourself in their radar."

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13. James McAllister from HelpStartMySite.com
(Visit James's blog here)

"I believe the most effective way to promote a new blog post is to leverage the audience you already have. Utilize your email list and send out an email blast with a brief introduction to your post, and a call to action that encourages the subscriber to click through and read the rest of the article.

The great thing about this strategy is that if you have an email list that's engaged with you, you can tap into that and practically send traffic to your articles on demand. Not to mention, this influx of fans will lead to numerous comments and social shares, boosting the perceived credibility and authority of you and your post to people that arrive later."

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14. Adrienne Smith from AdrienneSmith.net
(Check out Adrienne's blog here)

"I know this will come as a shock to most but my single most effective method is still 'blog commenting'.

It’s the best way to get in front of your target audience without sharing your content and saying “look at me”.

Instead, you’re on their blog reading their content and sharing it on social media. It’s been the most effective way for me to make genuine connections and build up a loyal following."

Note from Fabrizio: I recommend checking out Adrienne's awesome and insightful online course here, where she will teach you how to build a killer blog community like she successfully has with her blog.

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15. Ileane Smith from BasicBlogTips.com
(Tune into the Ileane Smith podcast here)

"I started blogging back in 2009 and what worked back then is the same thing that works today when it comes to promoting a brand new blog post.

If you want to get your content shared and promoted by others you need to join a high-quality blogging community.

Let’s face it, by the time you put in all the hard work that it takes to create a really valuable piece of content you want to make sure it gets shared. You’ve done your research, you’ve added the right keywords and headings, you’ve even taken the time to create a visually appealing image for your article - the last thing you want to happen is that nobody reads it!

Being part of a blogging community means that have a place where you and your friends go to find and share each other’s relevant content with their followers. Some of my favorite blogging communities that I always recommend are Triberr, Social Buzz Club, Viral Content Buzz, and of course Blog Engage."

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16. Joy Healey from JoyHealey.com
(Visit Joy's blog here)

"I find the best place to promote my posts is in blogging communities.

One of the best known, with almost 400 members is Aha Now!

Because I'm rather time-challenged I mainly frequent some of the small ones where I have been able to build up more "one-to-one" relationships.

One of these sites is Power Affiliate Club (PAC), which readers can learn about here if they wish to.

Another very friendly place that deserves more time than I have given it is this Facebook group.

So for me, those are just a few of the community sites that I tend to use to promote a new post on my blog and drive traffic, readers etc. I hope those communities will be helpful to other readers as well."

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17. Reginald Chan from ReginaldChan.net
(Learn more about Reginald here)

"There are two ways that I promote a new blog post effectively. If I am writing something really good, I always go for paid promotions (Facebook, Twitter etc).

If it is just a normal post, I go with freely sharing on social media sites. I share a few times per day for the first few days, and then slowly reduce the numbers as time passes by."

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18. Sue Ann Dunlevie from SuccessfulBlogging.com
(Visit Successful Blogging here)

"The best way to promote a blog post is blogger outreach. And what I mean by outreach is to actually write emails to other bloggers you know and ask them to share your current post. I get more engagement and social shares on my posts when I do blogger outreach.

The easiest way to meet other bloggers for outreach is by sharing their content, commenting on their posts and sending them a helpful email before asking them to share anything of yours."

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19. Sylviane Nuccio from SylvianeNuccio.com
(Visit Sylviane's blog here)

"It is better to use as many venues as possible to promote a blog post, but if I had to mention a single most effective one, I would say that it's promoting my post through the most popular social media platforms.

Why so?

Because once you do, your blog post is bound to be shared over and over by your followers."

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20. Nathan Ambrose from NathanAmbrose.com
(Visit Nathan's blog here)

"As a person who doesn’t enjoy promoting my own posts or building a large social media following, I don’t promote my own work nearly enough. Therefore, I prefer to leverage the following of other bloggers.

To do that, my single most effective method of promoting a brand new blog post is by using Just Retweet. Many of my favorite bloggers promote their posts there, so I read and share several of their articles every day.

The platform allows me to gain credits for sharing their posts, which I then offer to them for sharing my posts with their followers. As their followers are on various social media platforms, I can reach readers who would not otherwise know I exist.

It’s a nice feeling when a person that I wasn’t aware of before turns up to comment on my blog post."

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21. Andrew Warner from ShadeOfInfo.com
(Visit Andrew's blog here)

"At first, my main method for promoting was post it on Google+, Facebook, etc. but I smartened up. My main methods of promoting content is two-fold. Blogger Outreach and Email Outreach. I mostly find past content that's fairly similar to what I wrote and reach out to those that shared it -- in hopes, they would consider sharing mine as well.

It's a tedious process but I do get a fair amount of shares of my posts that way."

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22. Mi Muba from BeAMoneyBlogger.com
(Visit Mi's blog here)

"I don't stick to any particular method of promotion for each of my blog post, and it all depends upon the topic of my post to decide which one should be its most effective method.

For example for a post on traffic generation methods and tips, I focus at all online places where most of those people come who yet to get a huge number of visitors on their blog.

For a post on unique tips to improve content writing I share it massively on those groups and circles online where people who are yet to get expertise on content writing mostly visit.

In short, I can say overall my single most effective method is using social media and more particularly Facebook, Twitter and Google+ where I share my post to most relevant groups, lists, and communities according to the topic of my post."

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23. Fabrizio Van Marciano from Magnet4Blogging.net
(Tune into Fabrizio's blogging tips podcast)

"The main strategy that I use to directly drive traffic to a new blog post is to launch an email campaign. My list always gets to know about new content on my blog first, so usually, I send out an email campaign a few hours after the post has gone live.

I don't have a huge list, around 500+ subscribers at present. However with a high open rate and above industry average click through, I can rest assured that my content is always targeting my list.

I'm also big on using web push notifications, and I have around 3,000 subscribers. It's the simplest and quickest way to drive traffic to new content and I believe in the future will give email marketing a run for its money!

After the email marketing and web push notification is done, I start getting a few social shares and comments. I then go on to use my trusty Blog Post 7-Day Promotion Checklist to begin my marketing onslaught and promote to a wider audience.

Closing Words

What an awesome collection of blog post promotional tips and ideas, wouldn't you agree?

It’s clear to see that if you want to drive more targeted traffic, attract new readers and promote engagement on your blog and new content, there are 4 critical strategies that stand out amongst them all here.

  1. List building is critical, it’s not an option.
  2. Strategic blog commenting is still a vital tactic.
  3. Engaging with like-minded folks, other bloggers in blog communities helps greatly.
  4. Strategic social media promotion works wonders too. It's not about the numbers, it's about the relationships.
  5. Blogger outreach is unavoidable if you want to succeed.

So, let me ask YOU, my lovely readers: What do you do to promote a new post on your blog?

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47 comments on “23 Successful Bloggers Reveal Their Most Effective Methods For Promoting A New Blog Post”

  1. Hi Fabrizio; First, let me say how much I appreciate your friendship and your inviting me to take part in this post. I firmly believe that if people take the time to teach me something I have the obligation to share that with others whenever the opportunity arises. I know a lot of people tell me how important my continuing to share my story is in keeping them inspired motivated and moving forward. But I'm still blown away to see my name and thoughts included amongst all these acknowledged blogging rock stars. Pinching myself And i had a hard time finding where to enter this comment because me and so many of the experts here believe in blog commenting and when I searched for the field where you enter your comment I got dozens of results. Thank goodness you use discuss remembering that made it easier to share my thoughts here. But that's a minor issue of doing this using a screen reader. 🙂 I wish I had thought to mention my online course about using radio show and podcast interviews when I sent you my thoughts. 😉 But I doubt many of these amazing people sent their offerings when they sent their answers. Because we don't always think of it when sharing our knowledge and experiences. This is a great post with a wealth of good information and advice. You should be proud of this post. And perhaps you will think about repurposing it and expanding it into a ebook. I know I'd be willing to participate. thanks again for including me and take care my friend. yu rock, max

    1. Hey Max your comments are always a pleasure to read, you have a unique gift being able to reel people in with your unique writing style and story telling.

      It was my absolute pleasure to have you contributing in this post so thank you, and as for repurposing this post in the future, now that's an idea I'll have to keep in mind for the future my friend, and I'll certainly be reaching out to you again if so.

      Take care buddy and keep rocking.

      1. hey buddy; well I like that unique writing style and story telling ability. 😀

        I just write the way I talk, and I grew up with lots of good story tellers many of them much better than me.

        I can never tell a joke right in person for example. Being featured in a post like this is a good lesson for me. It is proof that I have made a lot of progress and belong in the conversation when it comes to top or influential bloggers.

        Most of the time I'm like shoe shine boy from the underdog cartoon humble and lovable, but when posts like this come along i feel more like the one they say its not a bird nor a plane nor even a frog, its just good ole me underdog. 🙂

        Well, back to the point you wrote a great post including some awesome bloggers and it should help a lot of people.

        I foresee this post being one of those evergreen posts that gets found in search engines and read by future crops of bloggers, podcasters, and online marketers. You keep rocking it too my friend. xoxo max

  2. That is a giant post, full of insights, Fabrizio!
    It's good to hear the suggestions from those successful bloggers, there is always something new to learn.

    Thanks for including me, my friend.
    Sharing the post right now.

  3. Hi Fabrizio

    Nice to see so many cool people here.

    According to me networking is the best way to promote your content.

    Make a few good connections with influencers and soon they'll be helping you promote your content.

    Example, you actually made a good connections with different people and they are helpih you promote this expert roundup.

    You can do this in all of your post. Write an awesome content, nention an influencer or refer to their blog post and let them know. If you are their friends, they'll most probably share it with their followers.

    Thanks for this expert roundup

    - CHATTY

  4. Wowza! Fabz Thank you sooooo much for including me in this round up post.

    This is one heck of a write up my friend. I am extremely humbled and grateful to be featured amongst some of the top bloggers out there in the blogosphere.

    Great stuff!

  5. Hi Fabrizio,

    What a huge list and thanks for making me part of it.

    It's exciting to tap into what these pros do to get their newly published posts out. There is always something to learn from someone.

    thanks for the beautiful compilation buddy

  6. Hi Fabrizio,

    Thank you so much for inviting me to participate in this highly dynamic and interesting post. It was pretty cool as I was going through it to see the different and common responses that different bloggers were thinking.

    The one theme that indirectly jumped out to me was "engagement." Regardless of the tools to promote if we are not having meaningful dialogue then the promotion will fall flat.

    Promoting in my view is really another form of content generation; even if it's sharing or repeating content. Therefore, we must be prepared to bring a high value to the experience. Doesn't matter if it's a social share, blog comment, or email. In the end, it comes back to value and meaning.

    Great post again Fabrizio. I'm thankful for the invitation to participate with some amazing folks!

    Have a great second half to your week!

    ~ Don Purdum

  7. Hi Fabrizio ,
    What an amazing post! A Wonderful round up post for the month, in fact the year end!
    Good to notice that most of them are in my fav list and am a regular visitor to their page
    but some of them are new to me and indeed this is a great reminder to have a rapport
    with them too, i will be checking in on their space shortly.
    Thank you so much for revealing those wonderful secrets from these amazing bloggers! 🙂
    Keep sharing
    Wish you and all the listed persons a great December and a Profitable and blessed New Year 2016
    Best
    ~ Phiip
    P:L Hey,Fabrizio I am so glad to note that I curated this post at Inbound . org with a comment.
    Thanks
    ~Phil

  8. Hi Fabrizio!

    Good to see so many people agree with me in terms of utilizing your email list. I agree with and utilize many of the other strategies mentioned here as well - particularly blog commenting and networking, although I believe the two go hand-in-hand really.

    I mean this post is proof in itself that it works - had we not spent time networking with each other, I would not have gotten this opportunity, so I thank you for that.

    I'm familiar with all of the bloggers on this list but have not yet taken the time to reach out to all of them. This post was a great way to learn a bit more about some of the awesome people I've seen around and pick up some new insight in the process.

    Thank you for sharing this Fabrizio, I'll be sure to share this with my followers as well.

    - James McAllister

    1. Hey James, right indeed buddy, know building a successful email list is always content dependent, but it still matter and it still works after all of these years, the one marketing tactic that has survived the test of time, and the combination of networking and taking the time to connect with people as well, perfect recipe.

      Great to have your awesome contribution, clearly outlining the value of using email for others to see, thanks man.

      Fabrizio.

  9. Hi Fabrizio

    Good points here with some common themes - mail your list, social media shares and blog commenting. I particularly likes Sue Ann's tip - blogger outreach

    Thanks for this

    1. Kim good to see you here buddy. Blogger outreach is something I'm just starting to make sense of myself, although in the beginning I found it to be a bit intrusive to randomly email bloggers asking them to share my stuff. But I've tried a few and seems to have worked.

      I read an awesome post on Sue's blog recently about repurposing posts from other bloggers and turning them into videos or infographics and of course providing credit for the source, then reaching to those bloggers to share what you've done with their content, something I want to try in the future, because it sounds like an 'amazing' idea.

      Have an awesome rest of the week buddy 🙂

  10. Hey Fabrizio,

    What a powerful post and boy did you get a lot of awesome people to contribute to this too. Thank you for inviting me as well, I'm always so flattered when asked to contribute to these types of posts.

    What I enjoy the most about these types of posts is to see how others do things. We all have our own way of doing things but then when you see that there are a lot who also agree with the methods you use, that's just more proof that these do work.

    I think every single one of these are powerful if I say so myself. Building relationships through engagement but also contacting your list and other bloggers to help spread the word but then again, that's all about the relationships you've built with those people right! Yeah, it's a powerful strategy and those you've connected with are more than happy and eager to help too.

    Love this one and I'll be reading over it again I'm sure. Thanks for the invitation and I'll be sure to spread this one around for sure.

    Enjoy what's left of this week Fabrizio.

    ~Adrienne

    1. Adrienne thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to contribute, I appreciate that a lot. I hope this will be a very useful and resourceful post for anyone looking for top ideas for promoting a new blog post, and who better to learn from than experienced and influential bloggers themselves.

      Completely agree with you, I see the pattern that everything comes down to "relationship building", and that's the key right there for not just driving traffic to new content, but for building a successful blog around and awesome community.

      Just reaching out and connecting with some of these awesome people have helped me to not only reinforce my relationships with them, but I was able to do a little business with one or two of them as well, how awesome is that?

      Powerful stuff this influencer marketing and relationship building thing is you'd agree.

      Have a great rest of the week and a chilled out weekend Adrienne, much love - Fabrizio.

  11. Hi Fabrizo

    I love these roundup posts because it gives me an opportunity to get inspiration from other pros.

    You have done a pretty good job listing the tips that each blogger follows when it comes to promoting a blog post and since these bloggers are awesome at their work, it is cool to learn their tips.

    Thanks for sharing and have a swell week. Take Care

  12. Hi Fabrizio,

    How nice it is to come back from a few days off and see this post. I thank you for inviting me here. I know mostly everyone listed and each person has their own unique way of getting their blog posts out there. I do agree with everyone!

    The very best way to get noticed is when someone else shouts it out for you! This is why we need to be engaged with others. Yes, we can list our blog posts on many platforms, boost it on Facebook to get it seen on that crowded place an so on. This is how we ourselves can notify others.

    But when others notify their friends about us...it doesn't get better than that!

    Thanks bunches,

    Donna

  13. I always love reading roundup posts - I learn something from each person's take on the question asked. Thanks for including me (and lots of my blogger buddies!), Fabrizio!

    Sue

  14. Hey Fabrizio,

    I really appreciate you asking me to participate in your expert roundup post. It's great to see what others are doing.

    One thing I need to add to my routine is blogger outreach. I see more people who do it get way bettet results with each of their posts. But when it comes down to it, it's about building relationships and staying in each other's radar.

    I really like Donna's strategy of commenting on blogs posts that cover the same topics she covered in her latest blog posts. Like attract likes and this is a clever way to approach blog commenting!

    Thanks for this great list of bloggers and I hope you have a great weekend!

    1. Hey Sherman, you're most welcome and thanks for your contribution most of all. I know where you're coming from, blogger outreach is something I put off myself, and I'm just starting to realise the benefits greatly. All the best buddy 🙂

  15. Hey Fabrizio,

    Excellent roundup you have here. And I'm thrilled that I was invited to participate.

    It's really great seeing so many different suggestions and methods. Just goes to show you that there's no one right way of doing something. And something as important as content promotion, you need to implement a lot of different strategies to find ones that work best for you.

    I'm in that stage now where I'm trying 2 - 3 different things, but I've gotten a few more ideas from all the great answers from the other participants. Thanks again for this and have a great day.

    - Andrew

  16. Hi Fabrizio,

    Sorry for the delay here, but wanted to make sure I had the time to read before I leave a comment here.

    All those blogger folks have shared some great tips about promoting their blog post. I know for me I naturally would get lazy when it comes to promote my blog post, because it's not what I prefer when it comes to blogging, but it's a must do in order to have our content seen.

    Great job, and have a great day!

    ~Sylviane

  17. Hi Fabrizio

    First of all thanks a lot for including me in this awesome
    roundup post and it’s really an honor to be part of it and also being published
    on your more-than-wonderful blog.

    Many of these experts are my big inspiration and still
    remember my beginning days when I used to religiously visit their blogs and
    learn a lot from them.

    The most important and the most common thing which I
    observed in this post is they all have one voice for hard work and consistency
    as the key ways to promote a blog post.

    They actually hinted that sky is the limit when it comes to
    promoting a blog post and also strategic thinking is must to get huge response.

    It is rightly mentioned by Tor and many others creating
    great contents is not enough to create your voice that cannot be heard if a
    blogger does not make massive efforts to amplify his voice.

    Yes smart working is the main guideline to promote more in
    shorter time to get big response and that is possible if one is clear on how to
    promote his post without missing the target.

    I appreciate your hard work to compile this post and
    covering blogs from several sub niches of blogging that shows you have clear
    understanding of what your readers really want. Diversity is the key to success
    when we talk about contents creation and their promotion.

    Once again thanks a lot for this great honor and also for
    sharing this post for the benefit of those who really want to follow multiple
    and effective ways to make their posts read by as much people as possible.

    Have a great day

  18. Hi Fabrizio

    First of all thanks a lot for including me in this awesome
    roundup post and it’s really an honor to be part of it and also being published
    on your more-than-wonderful blog.

    Many of these experts are my big inspiration and still
    remember my beginning days when I used to religiously visit their blogs and
    learn a lot from them.

    The most important and the most common thing which I
    observed in this post is they all have one voice for hard work and consistency
    as the key ways to promote a blog post.

    They actually hinted that sky is the limit when it comes to
    promoting a blog post and also strategic thinking is must to get huge response.

    It is rightly mentioned by Tor and many others creating
    great contents is not enough to create your voice that cannot be heard if a
    blogger does not make massive efforts to amplify his voice.

    Yes smart working is the main guideline to promote more in
    shorter time to get big response and that is possible if one is clear on how to
    promote his post without missing the target.

    I appreciate your hard work to compile this post and
    covering blogs from several sub niches of blogging that shows you have clear
    understanding of what your readers really want. Diversity is the key to success
    when we talk about contents creation and their promotion.

    Once again thanks a lot for this great honor and also for
    sharing this post for the benefit of those who really want to follow multiple
    and effective ways to make their posts read by as much people as possible.

    Have a great day

  19. Fabrizio,

    what an amazing post! Thank you so much for taking time and contacting the featured blogger to put this great article together!

    It's just super valuable!

    Thanks again!

  20. Hey Fabrizio! Awesome post!

    I realise I am a little late to the party but this list is extremely helpful for a newbie blogger like myself. I am currently in the position of wanting to grow my visitors and ensure my energy is being focused on the right strategies.

    This has given me plenty to implement, thank you!

    1. Hi Carl, hey welcome my friend, you can never be too late to a party as far as I'm concerned 🙂

      I'm so glad you found this post valuable, there are some truly great strategies here from some of the best bloggers in the business. All the best with your blogging quest buddy, hope to see you here again soon.

      P.s. If I can help you with anything, please just give me a shout.

      All the best for now Carl - Fabrizio.

  21. Hi Fabrizio,

    How'd I miss this?! Yikes dude. Oh now I know. I was in the middle of a remote jungle on December 2nd LOL.

    From November 28th to January 10th or so, a year ago, we lived in that crazy place in Costa Rica. No internet. No plumbing. No running water save a hose funneling it in from a jungle stream. Outhouse. Bullet ants. Army ants. Bananas. Literally. And figuratively LOL. Thanks so much for sharing my thoughts among these pro's pros!

    Ryan

  22. Hi Fabrizio,

    How'd I miss this?! Yikes dude. Oh now I know. I was in the middle of a remote jungle on December 2nd LOL.

    From November 28th to January 10th or so, a year ago, we lived in that crazy place in Costa Rica. No internet. No plumbing. No running water save a hose funneling it in from a jungle stream. Outhouse. Bullet ants. Army ants. Bananas. Literally. And figuratively LOL. Thanks so much for sharing my thoughts among these pro's pros!

    Ryan

  23. Hello Fabrizio!
    I just discovered your blog and it has got some really good information which has cleared many of my doubts as an aspiring blogger. I have bookmarked your website for gaining more knowledge.

    I have a question for you. Which font have you used in the featured image of this post " 23 Successful Bloggers Reveal Their Most Effective Methods For Promoting A New Blog Post" ? It is very beautiful.
    A reply would be highly appreciated.

  24. Amazing huge list! Thanks for sharing! I bookmared this article for future reference. In the article it says, email campaign. I think that's a really great strategy but don't you think these emails tend to end up in spam boxes? I mean, does it work personally for you?

    1. Thanks for checking out the post Emmerey.

      I don't think there's ever going to be a truly rock solid way to prevent some emails ending up in the spam box. Email certainly works for me and my business wouldn't be as successful as it has been without having a list.

      Are you building an email list Emmerey?

      Thanks for stopping by.

      1. Yes I'm trying to build my email list. Thanks for your feedback. Glad to hear it works out for you. That was just a thought that suddenly came to mind when reading the article. It was based on my observation too though.

    2. Thanks for checking out the post Emmerey.

      I don't think there's ever going to be a truly rock solid way to prevent some emails ending up in the spam box. Email certainly works for me and my business wouldn't be as successful as it has been without having a list.

      Are you building an email list Emmerey?

      Thanks for stopping by.

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