180: 7 Types of Facebook Live Videos that Grow Your Audience, Build Your Brand and Make Money

ProBlogger

Ways to Use Facebook Live to Grow Your Blog. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about Facebook live video which is a technology that has been around for a while now on Facebook and that I think continues to be something that bloggers could get a lot of value out of.

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180: 7 Types of Facebook Live Videos that Grow Your Audience, Build Your Brand and Make Money

ProBlogger

Ways to Use Facebook Live to Grow Your Blog. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about Facebook live video which is a technology that has been around for a while now on Facebook and that I think continues to be something that bloggers could get a lot of value out of.

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183: 9 Types of Questions to Ask On Your FaceBook Page to Get More Comments

ProBlogger

The 9 Questions You Can Ask to Increase FaceBook Engagement. In today’s lesson, I want to give you some really practical things that you can do to increase engagement – particularly to get people to comment – on your Facebook page and if you have them – groups.

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183: 9 Types of Questions to Ask On Your FaceBook Page to Get More Comments

ProBlogger

The 9 Questions You Can Ask to Increase FaceBook Engagement. In today’s lesson, I want to give you some really practical things that you can do to increase engagement – particularly to get people to comment – on your Facebook page and if you have them – groups.

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188: How to Build Two Successful Blogs (and the Pros and Cons of Doing so)

ProBlogger

Today’s episode really is inspired by a question that I had over in the Facebook group this week from Sandy. ProBlogger’s still something that I put a lot of my time into because it’s a personal brand, I’ll talk more about that later. It’s not a personally branded site.

PB152: Challenge – Create a Piece of Embedded Content for Your Blog

ProBlogger

Then share it on our facebook challenge group. . The reason that we do that is that even though we want the video creator to get some benefit out of it, if they’re too salesy, that comes off on our brand as well. You want it to align with your brand is what I’m saying there.

PB143: Challenge: Create a Discussion Starter

ProBlogger

If you’re new to the challenge – this week I’m nominating a different style of content for you to create each day over the week and the challenge is to create a post within 24 hours of hearing about it and then sharing it with us in our ProBlogger Challenge Group on Facebook in this thread.

189: How to Create Amazing Videos for Your Blog Using Your Smartphone

ProBlogger

Join the video challenge in our Facebook group. I really would love it if you would share it on our Facebook group. If you go to ProBlogger.com/group, you will find the ProBlogger Facebook group. TECHO is a brand that we use. I want you to share it in our Facebook group.

PB120: Should You Start a Blog? 22 Questions to Ask To Identify if Blogging is a Good Fit for You

ProBlogger

I asked on my Facebook page for bloggers to tell me the top 3 characteristics and qualities that they see in bloggers. Top 3 Characteristics of Bloggers From My Facebook Page. Consistency, Persistence, Clear voice/brand. Start a Blog FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

PB161: 3 Things Most Bloggers Don’t Pay Enough Attention To

ProBlogger

Another one put a lot of time into Facebook, another one LinkedIn, one other was guest posting, another wrote on sites like Medium and all put time and effort into advertising their blog and driving traffic with paid advertising. We use our email to drive people to our Facebook group.

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PB156: Tips for Writing Great Blog Post Titles

ProBlogger

There’s been so much emphasis on how to get traffic from Facebook, how to get traffic from Twitter, how to get traffic from Pinterest or Instagram. We don’t want to manipulate people or else we might get the eyeball but it’s going to hurt your brand.

181: How to Overcome the Challenges of Being a Solo Entrepreneur

ProBlogger

Over in the ProBlogger Podcast listeners facebook group this week I ran a little poll to see how many of you as listeners work alone vs work in teams. For anyone who’s having one of these really cranky sort of days, where they’re just in and out of email or Facebook and not doing anything.

PB117: Case Study – How One Blogger Used a Blog Post, SlideShare Deck, Lead Magnet, Email Sequence and a Webinar to Earn Over $28,000

ProBlogger

Make a template use Canva or Photoshop if you know it, or have a designer create a template with your logo and branding. Donna’s Facebook Group. Finding readers Making money Creating Content FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

PB117: Case Study – How One Blogger Used a Blog Post, SlideShare Deck, Lead Magnet, Email Sequence and a Webinar to Earn Over $28,000

ProBlogger

Make a template use Canva or Photoshop if you know it, or have a designer create a template with your logo and branding. Donna’s Facebook Group. Finding readers Making money Creating Content FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

PB114: Strategies to Help Covert First Time Visitors Into Interested Readers of Your Blog

ProBlogger

Is there something in your branding that can show people you are a bit different. Video makes people look twice, especially live streaming – this has become really popular with brands and influencers. Facebook live, Periscope, etc.

PB159: Link Building Tip – How to Generate Hundreds of Links for Your Blog in 5 Minutes a Day

ProBlogger

Firstly, I’m monitoring my brand names, ProBlogger and Digital Photography School. Again, it lets you monitor those two things, either a brand or a keyword. Firstly, the brand name monitoring. Your brand may not get mentioned a lot.

PB179: How to Lower the Bounce Rate on Your Blog

ProBlogger

ProBlogger Podcast Listeners Group on Facebook. Even just today, I was asked twice in Facebook groups about bounce rate and how to get it lower, so I thought in this episode, I’d tackle the topic. Your questions answered Creating Content FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

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187: Is Written Content Dead?

ProBlogger

Those of you who were in the Facebook group, who know that I, pretty much, every time I had a layover, I answered questions in the group. The fact that I can get my phone now and go live on Facebook is just amazing, so much easier to create content, to edit that content today.

PB145: Is Your Obsession With Creating New Content Hurting Your Blog?

ProBlogger

Blogging Groove Update: Facebook group will remain live. If it is I will schedule it to be published on Facebook tomorrow. I just want to let you know that the Facebook group that we’ve had going will remain live, we are going to do some ongoing challenges.

PB162: How Lisa Took Action and Built a Six Figure Business

ProBlogger

Lisa is a whole foods blogger who had been blogging and had a facebook page for a couple of years without tremendous growth but decided to ramp things up. I shared my story of how I took my blog and my Facebook page which I’ve been working away on for a few years while I was having babies.

PB165: Interview with Daniel Flynn – Thankyou Cofounder

ProBlogger

It’s the thing really of our organization and our brand. Anyone who is trying to move forward, whether it’s a blog, or a podcast, or doing a Facebook Live, that is like the time factor. She’s on the panel with our brand director Justine and my wife.

PB172: How to Build a Blogging Business Through Interviewing Others [An Interview with Michael Stelzner]

ProBlogger

In 2009, Mike was brand new to the scene. Back in 2009, Mike was brand new to social media. Mike: To give you a little of backstory, I had only started Social Media Examiner about 10 days earlier than that conference, so I was brand new.

191: Tools for Creating Great Visual Content for Your Blog

ProBlogger

Join our Facebook Group. Even back in episode 180, we talked about live video and how to create a live video particularly for Facebook. I’d also love it if you would join our Facebook group, if you just go to problogger.com/group or do a search for the ProBlogger community in Facebook. If you go and hit a social sharing button to Facebook and it is text only, a lot of people won’t share that. But Facebook is even recognizing that sometimes people just have text.

PB157: Perfection is a Fairytale – An Interview with Brian Fanzo

ProBlogger

I’m a change evangelist which really means I help brands embrace change and integrate technology, social media, I’m a speaker, proud dad. I did a panel yesterday afternoon on working with brands as an influencer. I do that for a brand when I want to work with a brand.

PB169: Single Author Blog to Multi Author Blog – How to Make the Transition

ProBlogger

You can find today’s shownotes over at problogger.com/podcast/169, and you can learn more about ProBlogger, the brand, and all the things that we do at ProBlogger.com. If you do have a question, feel free to pop it over on the Facebook page. It may just be having a Facebook page.

PB128: How to Launch a Podcast and Get Your First Million Downloads

ProBlogger

I found that engagement on Facebook particularly has taken off and Instagram as well because people really feel like we’re friends, we know each other and that’s something that was very rarely there with the writing. Getting Started With Your Own Podcast. Today is this podcasts first birthday!

PB128: How to Launch a Podcast

ProBlogger

I found that engagement on Facebook particularly has taken off and Instagram as well because people really feel like we’re friends, we know each other and that’s something that was very rarely there with the writing. Getting Started With Your Own Podcast. Today is this podcasts first birthday!

190: How to Overcome Failure in 6 Steps

ProBlogger

Facebook Group. Also, check out the Facebook group at problogger.com/group where there’s some great discussion going on at the moment. Willie over in the Facebook group asked just a few weeks ago, how would you recover from a massive failure? It actually ended up being something that built the brand. In many ways, sending that email, owning that mistake, owning that failure, actually humanized the brand of ProBlogger and Digital Photography School.

193: How to Become a Prolific Content Creator (an Interview with Kelly Exeter)

ProBlogger

Facebook Group. Lastly, join the Facebook group, problogger.com/group. That can mean from selling in the Facebook group. If you’re trying to connect with people, you do have to bring a bit of yourself to it. If you’re trying to build a personal brand, then you have to bring a lot of yourself to it. A question from Dan and/or Wendy, Dan and Wendy share an account on Facebook. Jason asked in the Facebook group the same question.

179: How to Lower the Bounce Rate on Your Blog

ProBlogger

ProBlogger Podcast Listeners Group on Facebook. Even just today, I was asked twice in Facebook groups about bounce rate and how to get it lower, so I thought in this episode, I’d tackle the topic. Your questions answered Creating Content FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

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PB165: Interview with Daniel Flynn – Thankyou Cofounder

ProBlogger

It’s the thing really of our organization and our brand. Anyone who is trying to move forward, whether it’s a blog, or a podcast, or doing a Facebook Live, that is like the time factor. She’s on the panel with our brand director Justine and my wife.

187: Is Written Content Dead?

ProBlogger

Those of you who were in the Facebook group, who know that I, pretty much, every time I had a layover, I answered questions in the group. The fact that I can get my phone now and go live on Facebook is just amazing, so much easier to create content, to edit that content today.

PB172: How to Build a Blogging Business Through Interviewing Others [An Interview with Michael Stelzner]

ProBlogger

In 2009, Mike was brand new to the scene. Back in 2009, Mike was brand new to social media. Mike: To give you a little of backstory, I had only started Social Media Examiner about 10 days earlier than that conference, so I was brand new.

188: How to Build Two Successful Blogs (and the Pros and Cons of Doing so)

ProBlogger

Today’s episode really is inspired by a question that I had over in the Facebook group this week from Sandy. ProBlogger’s still something that I put a lot of my time into because it’s a personal brand, I’ll talk more about that later. It’s not a personally branded site.

179: How to Lower the Bounce Rate on Your Blog

ProBlogger

ProBlogger Podcast Listeners Group on Facebook. Even just today, I was asked twice in Facebook groups about bounce rate and how to get it lower, so I thought in this episode, I’d tackle the topic. Your questions answered Creating Content FeedSplice by FeedBlitz

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27 (of the) Best Social PR Guides and Tips of 2014

Webbiquity SMM

And recent changes to Google’s search algorithm which place a premium value on earned links —the kind generated by effective PR and social media engagement—have increased the value PR professionals bring to maximizing overall brand visibility.

Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & World’s Cutest Frog

Kikolani

Google+ Local Bible for SMBs – If you’re a small local business, having a Google+ Local profile is imperative to putting your brand – quite literally – on the map. Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+.

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Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Imagine the World

Kikolani

Klout for Business Aims to Help Brands Reach Social Influencers – At long last, Klout has rolled out its social-scoring service to businesses, allowing companies to better understand who their top influencers are online. Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+.

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Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & ElegantTheme Contest Winners

Kikolani

How to Contact Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Other Social Networks – The following are links to the contact information for Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, and Reddit. Who Is More Likely To See Your Posts On the Facebook News Feed?

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Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Funny Cute Animal Compilation

Kikolani

5 Steps to Facebook Authority – Lauren Vacarello oulines the different ad types on Facebook and walks us through getting started with Facebook advertising. No matter how you feel about Facebook, it’s time to get ready.

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