How to Build Your Profile and Drive Traffic to your Blog Through Forums and Social Media Groups

In todays episode I challenge you to focus a little attention today on joining an online forum and/or social media ‘group’ as a way of growing your blog’s profile, finding readers and learning more about your niche.


You can listen to todays episode above or in iTunes or Stitcher (where we’d also LOVE to get your reviews on those platforms if you have a moment).

In this Episode

In this short episode I share:

  • 3 questions to ask to help you find new readers for your blog
  • 3 reasons why joining a forum or group can help grow your blog
  • Some tips on how to find and participate in a forum or social media group in a way that helps your blog improve

Further Reading Relevant to this Podcast

How did You Find this Challenge

Are you already a regular contributor to forums and/or social media groups? What tips would you add to those in this episode? What do you find works best? What would you avoid doing?

I’m looking forward to learning from your experience in comments below!

I’d also love to hear your feedback on this podcast if you could spare a moment to leave us a review on iTunes or Stitcher.

UPDATE: please scroll down to the comments section and check out the amazing and generous advice of Paul who shares some meaty tips on getting the most out of forums. It’s great stuff!

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