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TIPS ON WINNING #SUPERBLOGGERS by J. Japheth Omojuwa

TIPS ON WINNING #SUPERBLOGGERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The tips on winning the #SuperBloggers are some of the tips you need to succeed as a blogger.

Share:

As a blogger, it is not as much about blogging as it is about sharing your post. You decide whether you want people to find your post by themselves or you take it to them. Where are people on the internet? You guessed right Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+ and other networks and forums. You don’t even have to use them all, just use the one you know you have a level of influence and share your works at intervals.

Persistence:

You don’t share today and assume that is all. Others are sharing theirs too. You do this for as long as takes to see your post at the top. If I was a competitor, I’d share my post for periodic morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I still do this. It is my space so I’ll share as long as I like. You don’t want to annoy too many people though (you’ll inevitable annoy some 🙂

Write well:

Write a good post. If you write a good post, your friends will not only read your posts, they will be moved to share too. Your post could form an object of discussions on social media and the next thing you hear is “where is the link?” Our first two winners had good posts (and were also bullish about sharing their posts)

Check:

Look at what your friends may be doing right. Either copy them well or do it better. Just make sure you are not behind anyone.

Forget The Money:

Virtually everyone in this competition can afford the prize money. This is not about the money; it is about the opportunity to take your game to the next level. Our first two winners were unknown bloggers only weeks ago, today they are rising at a speed that’d make some established bloggers sit up. Do it for the fun. If you don’t enjoy it, you will tire out trust me.

Always add your blog’s address to your post. It is a link for more readers before you become the winner.

I’ll take questions but may only answer at a later time. Have my best wishes.
JJ.O

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