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Best way to share blog content – free method

share blog content freeYou should know the best way to share your blog content for free.

And, no, I’m not going to suggest an expensive tool or software to share links to your blog posts.

So, let’s take a look at the big picture, here.

The health of your blog depends on your ability to share your blog content.

I’m sure you do everything you can to get the word out about each blog post you write.

But if you are not getting the results you want, then you have to change something.

And sharing your content less is clearly not the answer.

You already know how important it is to get more eyeballs on your content.

So what you really need is to strengthen your content marketing strategy.

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And that means, that you can’t just put more blog post links all over the place.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that more is better.

That doesn’t always work.

What you really need is to find a better way… a more effective way to share your articles and your core blogging message.

So let’s do it.

Let’s talk about the most effective… the best way to share your blog content.

Share your blog content on Social Media

There are many ways to share your blog content.

Blog commenting is a powerful, proven method.

Writing guest posts with links to your own content works well.

Putting infographics on other blogs, with links back to your articles is also effective.

Those are just a few of the methods bloggers commonly use.

Sharing blog content through social media is the most effective method, though.

How To Share Your Blog Post On Social Media

When you get links to your blog on social media, you get enormous exposure.

Not just from your followers, but from their friends and followers.

That’s why social media posts can attract viral attention.

But not all social media is equal.

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The best Social Media platform for sharing your blog content

I have found that the best platform to use is Facebook.

By far.

There are just so many ways to use the platform.

You can use the many paid advertising programs that Facebook offers.

Or you can simply update your status with links to your articles.

Joining groups and interacting is a great way to get to know your audience.

But it’s no secret that my favorite way to use Facebook is with Facebook Live.

Why Facebook Live?

I’ve found Facebook Live to be the best way to share blog content.

And while it’s the best way, and easily the most effective… it’s free, too!

So why do I love Facebook Live for sharing content?

Well, the number one reason is that it doesn’t just share content.

It shares you!

And sharing yourself is the best way to build your business… whatever it is.

But “I can’t do Facebook Live”

Now let me stop here for a moment.

You see, there’s a really good chance that you are immediately telling yourself…

“I can’t do Facebook Live”

-or-

“I’m scared to do Facebook Live”

-or-

“That sounds way too technical for me”

I want to stop here for a moment because this is where you may be stopping yourself.

Let me assure you, though, you can do Facebook Live!

It’s as simple as doing a Facebook status update.

The only difference is, instead of typing something in your update editor, you click on the video option and you’re live!

So don’t overthink it.

Just do it.

The best way to share blog content for free

Now that I’ve told you what I consider to be the best platform (Facebook) and the best feature on that platform (Facebook Live)… let me give you a pro tip.

This is the method I’ve found to be the best way to share blog content.

Remember this.

When you’re blogging, you blog about topics in your niche.

And that’s all about content creation.

But when you’re running your blogging business, you are no longer a blogger… you are a marketer.

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So create your content… your blog post.

Then go to Facebook Live and start a live video.

When you do that, you will be prompted to write a title for your live talk.

This is critical.

Your Facebook Live title

The title of your Facebook Live will tell people in an instant whether or not it is something they want to hear about.

So, it’s like writing the title of your blog post.

You want people to click on your articles, right?

So you try hard to write a great title for your blog post.

And the best titles make a promise.

Things like…

  • How to build your email list fast
  • 10 top real estate blogs
  • Are you getting enough sleep?
  • Dental implants vs dentures

Each of these titles states or implies a promise.

A promise from you to your readers.

You are promising people, that if they click on the link to your blog post, you will show them

  • how to build their email list, or
  • ways to locate the best real estate blogs,
  • whether or not they are getting enough sleep, or
  • if they should be thinking of getting dental implants instead of dentures.

It’s kind of like an unwritten contract.

“If you click my link, I’ll deliver the information my title promises.”

Your blog post title

So what kind of title should you write for your Facebook Live event ?

Usually, I suggest you use the same title as your blog post.

That’s because you want to tell people they can “learn more” by going to your blog post.

If the title of your Facebook Live event and your blog post are making different promises, then it will confuse people.

That confusion will lead to less traffic to your blog.

And, by the way, here’s a bonus to using this method.

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It helps you write better blog post titles.

Your blog posts should have titles with strong hooks to attract your target audience.

By “strong hook” I mean a “compelling promise.”

Something that people really want to know more about.

Base your blog post on your Facebook Live topic

Now here’s a little twist on the method I just described.

How about writing your Facebook Live title first?

And of course, make it compelling and highly marketable to attract the best audience possible.

Then, just do your Facebook Live talk.

After you’re done, go write your blog post, using that same title.

You’re blog post can basically repeat the same theme as your video event.

Just expand the topic to give even more value on your blog post.

You can even embed your recorded Facebook Live into it.

So not only is Facebook Live the best way to market your content, it’s also a great way to make sure you are writing highly marketable articles.

Best way to share blog content for free

Here’s my challenge to you.

Do Facebook Live daily for 30 days.

Use it exclusively to share your blog content.

If you still think it’s difficult to go live on Facebook, then see exactly how easy it is.

How To Go Live on Facebook

Then get back to me.

I bet you’ll agree that this is the best way to share blog content for free.

-Donna

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Donna Merrill
Donna is a well known blogger and creator of "Blogging Magic" - an intensive guide to blogging. "Blogging Magic" is for beginners who are trying to figure out how to bring their blogs to life with tons of visits, comments and social media interaction. It's even for advanced bloggers looking to reach new levels of authority and engagement with their audience.

18 Responses to Best way to share blog content – free method

  1. Amar Kumar November 9, 2019 at 4:58 am #

    Hello Donna,

    Indeed, properly sharing your blog posts via your social media channels will help deliver a steady stream of visitors to your blog.

    Most important thing is – Each social network offers different options for promoting your content. Facebook Live is really a genius idea to connect with your audience in raw strategy.

    Here we can discuss topic easily in simple way. Eventually, thanks for sharing your wonderful thought with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar Kumar

  2. Moss Clement
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    November 8, 2019 at 5:36 pm #

    Hi Donna,

    Video is mainstream, and using Facebook Live to share your blog content is a proven strategy that works big time. With more people watch videos on Facebook and other social sites, it is logical to share your blog posts through FBL.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:25 am #

      HI Moss

      It surely is logical, as you put it.

      People love to watch video, but especially live video.

      And everyone in the world is on Facebook, right?

      So it’s kind of like that perfect storm.

      Your great content + their favorite platform.

      And you really bond with your readers when you can tell them to “catch my live video on this topic.”

      -Donna
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  3. Jan Verhoeff
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    November 6, 2019 at 10:09 am #

    Out of the ballpark, Donna! Great information. Content still is king on the internet, and it won’t stop anytime soon. The power to be seen is yours, all you have to do is show up.

    I keep saying the same thing. Show up. Let the world know you’re there. It’s worth your time and effort to be where you can be seen as often as possible and share what you do best.

    I keep thinking about the Go Live thing, and not doing it as often as I could. Why? Bad reason… I LOVE to write. So instead of saying it, or speaking it, I just write it.

    Make it happen!

    Jan

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  4. Ryan K Biddulph
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    November 6, 2019 at 9:54 am #

    The thing I love about Facebook Live’s Donna are both the engagement and the increased exposure Facebook gives to folks who use this medium for sharing content. Always a fun time, too. People want to see the face behind the blog, the human behind the business, the being beyond the brand. Be that person by using broadcasts to help folks and to share your blog content, gratis. Rocking post.

    Ryan

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    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:21 am #

      Hi Ryan

      True true, my friend.

      And you know because I see how consistently you’ve been keeping up with FB Live.

      It humanizes you to your audience, for sure.

      And it helps you to continually keep your message and your brand in front of your followers.

      Of course, when you do it consistently… you will also attract many new followers.

      -Donna
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  5. shraddha_raletta November 6, 2019 at 5:42 am #

    you make this thought sound fascinating and you got me with it. It’s an intriguing thought I haven’t pondered.

    In spite of the fact that I did and do very a few recordings, and furthermore figured out how to love to live online classes, I’ve never done a solitary Facebook live.

    Subsequent to perusing your post I figure I should change this very soon. I won’t take you up on the test, however, yet with the incidental blog entry to a great extent, it is without a doubt worth an attempt.

    I will hit you up and let you think about its accomplishment.

    Have an extraordinary day,

  6. kavya November 4, 2019 at 4:27 am #

    Madam i have create a new website but i don,t know how to increase traffic in my website . but when, I read your article then i understood how to increase traffic in my website. My website based on earn money online in India without investment for students.

    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:14 am #

      Hi Kavya

      It doesn’t really matter what you website is about.

      There is an audience for it on Facebook.

      Live video is the best way to tap into that audience and yes… increase traffic back to your site or blog.

      Good luck with it 🙂

      -Donna
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  7. Gaurav Kumar
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    November 1, 2019 at 1:36 am #

    Hi Donna,

    Sharing is not just about caring anymore! It is also about promoting the content which help others in the same way how it helped you. I like the idea to share the blog post on Facebook live.

    When you topic is relate with the problem of many of even few people on the internet, you will always have a chance to get more shares without even asking for it.

    Thanks for sharing!
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    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:12 am #

      Hi Gaurav

      Absolutely true… FB Live is for promoting your content, not just sharing your thoughts on random things.

      That’s the point people miss.

      They don’t make the connection between their content marketing efforts and FB Live.

      It really is the best way to do it.

      -Donna
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  8. Lisa Sicard
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    October 30, 2019 at 8:21 pm #

    HI Donna, Interesting, I don’t share a lot on Facebook except on my page and I’ve been rethinking that strategy. I have a Facebook Watch Party happening for tomorrow 🙂 I am testing those and will compare to the Live video on Facebook too:) It gets easier after you do them.
    But I must say I did a video on Twitter yesterday and it got over 400 views so far!
    Hmm, now to combine the videos with blog posts, that’s the next challenge.
    Thanks for inspiring me to do more video’s Donna, I bought new vlogging equipment last night and re-arranging my office so I can do them in there for the winter 🙂
    Have a great rest of the week, Happy Halloween!
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    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:06 am #

      Hi Lisa

      It certainly does get “easier after you do them.”

      Isn’t that always the way?

      The reason so many people keep from doing them… no matter how powerful they are… fear.

      Good old fashion fear.

      So you’ve broken through your barriers… great!

      Keep rolling.

      -Donna
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  9. Torsten Mueller
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    October 30, 2019 at 7:49 pm #

    Hi Donna,

    you make this idea sound very intriguing and you got me with it. It’s an interesting idea I haven’t thought about.
    Although I did and do quite some videos, and also learned to love live webinars, I’ve never done a single Facebook live.
    After reading your post I think I will need to change this very soon. I won’t take you up on the challenge though, but with the occasional blog post here and there it is surely worth a try.
    I will get back to you and let you know about the success of it.
    Have a great day,
    Torsten
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    • Donna Merrill
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      November 20, 2019 at 8:04 am #

      Hi Torsten

      Glad to hear you’ll be giving this a try.

      Start small.

      Just do a 2 minute talk on your latest blog post… something like that.

      Once you get into the swing of it, I think you’ll be surprised how quickly you can grow a following.

      Donna
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