If the many tasks that a blogger has to do were the heads of a hydra, the biggest head would be that of marketing. Every day, millions of bloggers read articles like ‘37 Ways to Successfully Succeed Without Doing Black Magic’, take online courses on the latest marketing trend, attend webinars, and do more to learn marketing.
If you’re a blogger and have been nodding your head throughout, to you we say- not all hope is lost. There are a number of powerful tools that you can use to take control of your marketing. One such tool is Crowdfire, and it may just prove to be one of the most valuable tools in your marketing arsenal. The popular social media marketing took recently beta-launched a completely revamped version of their app that is now powered by an artificially intelligent bot that analyzes your business to create marketing tasks that take only 5 minutes to complete. Here’s how you can use Crowdfire to:
Let’s be honest – there’s just way, way too much to be done when it comes to marketing. You can use Crowdfire to keep that marketing to-do list in check. The new task-based interface lets you zip through your social media marketing within a matter of minutes. So now you can focus on doing what you love – blogging!
Discover potential readers
There are over 300 million monthly active users on Twitter which makes the platform a fantastic place to discover potential readers. But how does one find them? You can use Crowdfire’s growth features – Copy Followers & Keyword Follow – to find and connect with people who might be interested in your blog. For example, if your blog is about fashion,keywords like #ootd and #fashionweek would be perfect for you to find people interested in fashion. Similarly, you can use Copy Followers to connect with people following a popular fashion brand or a fashion magazine.
Drive traffic to your blog
Building a follower base online is so use if you don’t capitalise it. After you’ve connected with your relevant target audience, you can use Crowdfire to set up an automated direct message on Twitter and send new followers a link to your blog.