Earlier this year, I opened my Blog Your Brand Training Project to all Makers and Creative Entrepreneurs. Since then, nearly 200 (189 as of today, to be exact) Makers with blogs businesses are leveraging our blogs to build community and attract increasing numbers of targeted visitors to our websites. Our first #BlogSwap is Monday, October 12, so get on board now if you want to benefit! Read on to learn how to participate.
Blog Your Brand is a fun way to meet other entrepreneurs as you build your brand using one of the most effective online marketing techniques known to man: the blog. (In case you are new to this truth, here is why you should be blogging.)
Today, I'm making it better by announcing #BlogSwap, a unique way to reduce your blogging load without reducing the power and effectiveness of your blog, all by sharing your quality content at other sites where your target audience resides.
It's easy to participate. Here is what to do.
The Purpose of #BlogSwap
The new #BlogSwap is designed to:
1. Train you to use your blog to attract more targeted customers to your website, increase your sales, and establish yourself as an expert in your field
2. Train you to leverage the power of guest posting to build your business
4. Train you to use your blog to grow your confidence as the leader of your business
5. Increase the long-term sustainability of your blog as an effective marketing tool for your business.
If you're interested in achieving these gals for your business, I invite you to join me in our Facebook Group to get all the details.. Click “Join Group” in the upper right corner of that page, and you can join us today!
How Submit a Guest Post for Indie Business Blog
If you'd like to contribute a guest post for Indie Business Blog, follow this link to see my guest post guidelines.
I cannot wait to meet and connect with you, along with other people who are ready to open up a whole new world of entrepreneurial opportunity using one of the most powerful tools on the Internet: a blog.
Have you ever written a guest post for someone else's blog? Have yu ever accepted other guest posts at your blog? I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback in the comments below, or share on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.