Suppose you have a WordPress.com blog and you choose to auto post to social media sites like many other bloggers do. Then one day you find your most recent post did not get published to Facebook or another social network. What to do?
Are you aware that Google is removing Authorship photos from its results? Are you wondering how to add rel=”publisher” markup to link link your blog to a Google+ Page?
The BC Supreme Court has given the go ahead today to a class action suit against Facebook. The BC class action lawsuit covers the period from January 1, 2011 to today. Unless they opt out of the lawsuit, anyone covered by the criteria is included in the class action.
A Gravatar image is universally associated with your web presence and it’s a very powerful branding tool. Register a Gravatar and add links to your Gravatar profile page that describe your brand and where you can be found in the digital world so your brand is easy to follow.
For your blog to be successful, you must fulfill the needs and expectations of those you are writing for ie. your target audience. Identifying your target audience, what they already know, what they need to know, and the best way to deliver your message is critical to blogging success.
I have met many bloggers who assumed they could use pseudonyms to avoid being tracked online. But that expectation proved unrealistic as we all leave digital footprints and can be easily tracked. Realistically, somebody’s software is always watching us and taking note of our activities for marketing purposes.
Creating a single post and scheduling it to be automatically posted at a specific time across multiple social networks is quick and easy. But don’t be fooled by convenience. It’s an impersonal approach to communication that has the potential to annoy existing followers and provoke them to unfollow.