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  1. Jelle Annaars says

    Nice list! I would add:’you haven’t existed long enough’. It simply takes times before people take your content channel seriously doesn’t it.

  2. says

    Good points. I would also suggest ‘making sharing easy’. People tend to be quite lazy and might not share if there isn’t a quick and easy way to do so. Adding social sharing buttons is one way around this.

    • says

      True and adding them in the right place and form. Saw some blogs where I confused the social follow buttons with the social sharing buttons because design was preferred over functionality. Too bad as the brands/blog doing this and confusing users miss sharing opportunities.

    • says

      I definitely agree. It’s amazing how many great blogs i read these days that still don’t have social sharing plugins installed. It’s all about making it as easy to share as possible – you don’t want to give anyone a reason not to share!

  3. says

    Hey guys. Yep, I definitely agree with your posts. It’s amazing how many great blogs i read these days that still don’t have social sharing plugins installed. It’s all about making it as easy to share as possible – you don’t want to give anyone a reason not to share!

    And Jelle – definitely agree on the old experience and reputation line! It’s just as important to build up your own individual online reputation as it is to build up the authority of your channel :)

  4. says

    Great points. We find that content that gets shared the most is the most useful which ties into your point about solving a problem. I love sharing great content I find from the quality members on Social Buzz Club.

    • says

      Yeah I think if you can answer common questions that relate to your audience and market that people are already asking in things like forums then you’ve definitely got a guaranteed audience there – so in my opinion, it’s a no-brainer! :)

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