The 12 Step Formula That Inspires Social Shares

If it was popular once, it will be popular again.Without social shares, your content is potentially worthless.

You need to have eyes on the work, or else why even bother? It’s about providing value, right?

So again, if nobody sees it, what’s the point of creating it? There is no point. Good, I’m glad we agree.

Now, next to providing valuable and personalized information, content marketing guides also preach the importance of expanding reach.

What is reach? Essentially, the number of eyes who see your valuable content. And a great way to expand your reach is through leveraging your social media world.

The more eyes you have the more potential social shares. However, as with many things in this life, expanding reach and increasing social shares is much easier said than done.

But there are ways to make it easier done than just said. Learn how to expand your content’s reach with this easy to follow 12 step formula.

Whether you’re a brand, retailer, online personality, or just some regular old Joe Schmo, this formula will definitely inspire social shares.

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Blogger Outreach: What Everyone Needs to Know

Building relationships is no simple taskTraffic.

Everyone wants it – few know how to get it.

I won’t say I’ve cracked the code on how to get massive traffic.

But I will say that I’ve cracked A code on how to get massive traffic… and it certainly was not without hard work.

Over the last few months we’ve doubled our own traffic at Ninja Outreach.

The code? Blogger Outreach.

After we implemented a blogger outreach campaign in mid-January of this year, we immediately started seeing results. The best kind of result, more traffic.

But don’t take my word for it. See for yourself:



What Is Blogger Outreach?

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You’ve Got the Foundation to Create an Online Course, Now It’s Time to Design It

Start with the end (goal) in mind and walk backwardsIn my previous article on creating an online course (Phase 1), you were asked questions to see whether you were ready to build and deliver an e-course.

In Phase 1, I posit that teaching and learning online is not easy. And creating online courses (or any course) is an art form.

Additionally, you were cautioned to create a course where students truly learn and get terrific results from it.

In Phase 1, I asked you to consider the initial stages of:

  1. Conducting research on exactly what your potential students’ wanted
  2. Drawing plans on key parts of your course before writing any content

PHASE 1 CHALLENGES: As well, you learned how to overcome the initial big challenges for developing a solid online course, such as:

  • To reconsider only sketching your course ideas and offering it before you start creating content; otherwise, it could end up looking like a scrambled, hot mess.
  • To avoid delivering a course that had the same topic as what others already offer and thus, falling flat in the marketplace.

Return to the article on Phase 1 of creating an e-course to refresh your memory and prepare for the next phase’s challenges and survival tips.


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Do More in Less Time Using a Productivity System

Feel the Fear and Do it AnywayIt’s July already. Half the year has passed. But where has it gone? Your energy and possibility in the New Year inspired a list of dozens of things you wanted to accomplish this year.

And how are those New Year’s goals coming along?

Maybe the excitement wore off, and your vision for 2015 has either dimmed, or goals backburnered. Client work, and ‘life’ got in the way.

There is just too much to do, not enough hours in the day, and not enough to show for all of your hard work.

Maybe last year when the Fall approached, you were in a mad dash to catch up. And likely…

You felt resigned and said to yourself “Better Luck Next Year.”

So a fresh start in January came and you said, “this is my year!” So you recommit. You read up on productivity to find more time. Maybe you have tried using extensive and detailed productivity systems like David Allen’s Getting Things Done.

You tried to be accountable for your time with software like Rescuetime. Then you set up project management software or a task list to stay focused. You might even have gone as far as moving to a different workspace to avoid distraction.

And, success! You start getting more checked off your to-do list. Progress! Or so you think.

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