After You Hit Publish: The Ultimate Blog Promotion Checklist

After You Hit Publish: The Ultimate Blog Promotion Checklist

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Include Links in Your Upcoming Newsletter

Hopefully you have set up an email service for your blog. The benefits of using an email service are numerous! Anyway, after you've published your post, include it in the rough draft for your next email newsletter. You don't want to forget anything when it comes time to send your newsletter, and creating it bit by bit will help make the task feel smaller.

Did I miss something? What's on your blog promotion checklist?

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