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Blog Growth Hack: A Cheat Sheet for Getting More Followers

Janice is right once again. Re-blogging great articles can cause your blog to grow – and that’s a good thing! I’ve picked Wednesday to be my regular re-blog day, but also re-blog when I come across a good article as this one. I usually go into my post after I re-blog and add tags because when you re-blog no tags are attached to your posts. I also add links to the re-blogged site, and sometimes the authors about page. It’s these little tricks that get you noticed. Once again, an excellent post Janice. Thank you! ~Elle

Reflections

Reblogging will increase your blog traffic. Reblogging accomplishes the same goal as guest posting but is much faster.

You know what to do, right?  You’ve heard it many times before.

If you want to get more eyes on your blog, you should guest post.

For years now, much has been written over the value of guest posting.  If you want to increase your visibility, guest posting is the answer.

This post is going to challenge the value of guest posting and explain a much quicker way to accomplish the same purpose to get more visibility to your content and increase your readership.

By the end of the post, you will receive an action plan for getting more followers right away.

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How to Easily Get Your Blog Found on Google

Janice Wald has a step-by-step tutorial on using Google AdWords Keyword Planner – with screenshots. How cool is that? It couldn’t be easier! Stop by her site to get started. ~Elle

Reflections

Google Shirts Google AdWords takes the guess-work out of blog post keyword tagging.

Do you like to take risks?  Do you gamble?

By not using Google AdWords Keyword Planner, you are gambling with the success of your blog post.

You are hoping that when potentially new readers type your keyword into Google or another search engine, your blog post will come up just as much as when a gambler bets that 7 won’t come up on the dice in a craps game.

Google AdWords takes the gamble out of tagging your post with keywords and increases the odds in your favor.

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