Guest blogging is the secret sauce of successful marketing. We all know we need to blog for our business, but did you know that guest blogging can boost the results of your content efforts 100-fold? Posting on other blogs can increase your reach, find new customers, and grow your niche.
Christina Inge, Founder of Sleek Marketing University and leader of the Boston Bloggers’ Meetup, will share her secrets that led a single guest blog post to reach 5 Million people in her company’s target audience in under 9 weeks. You’ll learn the key to growing your audience:
1. Tactics for getting accepted by large blogs with millions of readers
2. Why niche blogs might be your key to revenue, and how to find the right ones
3. What to write to when reaching out to guest-blog
4. Finding the right tone no matter what the subject
You’ll come away with strategies that could get your next post past the 1 Million point, or just land you that key customer.
FREE – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Christina Inge has two decades of experience leading digital strategy. She specializes in articulating effective, efficient digital strategies for organizations using the latest channels to drive results. She is the founder of Sleek Marketing University, which offers hands-on education on digital marketing in the Boston area.
Christina served on the board of the American Marketing Association as vice president of social media throughout much of the 2000s. She is a frequent and sought-after speaker on web analytics, content strategy and SEO. She has won numerous awards for her work, including the Social Media Society Social Media Stars award, as well as the FutureM Future of Marketing award.
Christina holds a BA in English from University of Maryland University College and a MS in Instructional Technology from University of Wyoming.
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Tue, Feb. 27, 2024 - 8:30am - 10:00am
Wed, Feb. 28, 2024 - 8:30am - 10:00am
Thu, Mar. 7, 2024 - 8:30am - 10:00am