If you’re planning to blog in WordPress you want to get plenty of circulation for each post.
One of way of doing so is to use a 3rd party service such as Hootsuite, though if you have Jetpack installed you can configure it so you can post to six different social media sites at once.
The first step is to connect Jetpack to your blog.
My name is Nathan Segal and I have been working as a Freelance Writer for 16 years. In that time, I have written 816 articles and published seven books.
My articles been published in many popular magazines, including: CE Tips (Consumer Electronics), Computer Graphics World, Database Journal, Mac Design, Photoshop User, Rangefinder, Smart Computing, The Computer Paper, Streaming Media World and Windows Expert.
I worked as an Associate Editor at WebReference.com for five years. I also wrote several feature columns on 3D and video tutorials. I was the sole columnist at StreamingMediaWorld.com and wrote 111 articles over a 16-month period. Some of my books are The Photoshop Companion, How to Speed up Your Computer: In 30 Minutes or Less, Professional Photographic MS Word Templates and The Corel PHOTO-PAINT X4 Insider.
I’ve been coaching public speaking for twenty years.
In this time, coaching everyone from entrepreneurs to CEOs to national high school speech champions… and with graduate degrees in both communications and theater, I’ve learned a thing or two about speaking.
Mostly that… it’s not as hard as you think it is.
That’s not to convey that it’s easy. In fact, the biggest mistake that anyone makes around public speaking is the belief that they naturally should be good at it, because they know how to speak in everyday life. In fact, public speaking is both an art and a science. This means that it’s a learnable skill – just like any other.
The bad news? There’s a lot to learn. And it takes time. Even more, you have to actually integrate this learning into your skill set; it’s not just a matter of knowing what to do.
The good news? Anyone can learn to be a powerhouse speaker.
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I’m old enough to remember using the Britannica Encyclopedia, considered the defacto reference, when doing my school research work. My how times have changed. In today’s information age online journalists and high level influencers turn to the Internet to gather information on individuals and companies. Where libraries, dictionaries, and encyclopedias once dominated the top spot for research, Wikipedia has quickly become a main source. But unlike these old-fashioned methods this is a place of community driven content.
How does Wikipedia Build your Online Presence?
- Having a Wikipedia Page will give you Page One exposure in the search engines.
- It establishes you as the expert for journalists with what I think of as the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
- It will increase your Klout score.
Did you know that anyone can edit a Wikipedia article? Before you get too excited about how great that is, it’s actually what makes having a Wikipedia page difficult.
It’s very important to understand how Wikipedia works and what is required in order to have a successful page that sticks there. You must have what is called ‘noteworthiness’. Writing some articles or publishing a book isn’t enough. What awards have you won? What big media has written about you?
It’s different based on your professions. For authors, there is a general guideline that has been established by Wikipedia and can be found here under “creative professionals” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:AUTHOR#Creative_professionals). While the guideline seems very specific, the majority of authors can have Wikipedia pages created if they have had significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of them. For instance, if there is an article about them that has appeared in the New York Times or a well-known magazine, that could qualify them.
For books, the same would apply. The books would need to receive significant coverage. Generally, book reviews in well-known publications would qualify.
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Social Buzz U is Social Buzz Club’s weekly webcast where experts offer high content training on the latest tools, online marketing and business practices.
We have delivered over 125 webinars to date. We are very proud of the content, speakers and our community. Yet, we refuse to sit on our laurels. We want to get better and need your input.
Our very first Social Buzz U webinar was on August 18, 2011 with Denise Wakeman, the initial weeks were followed by training from Amy Porterfield, Jeff Herring, and Mari Smith. Since that time we have delivered high content virtual trainings from over 125 presenters. This is one of the most valuable bonuses of being a paid member of the Social Buzz Club. Whether you’re a start up entrepreneur or highly sought after thought leader, we know you will gain wisdom from these leaders
We need your HELP to Make Social Buzz U Better
As we near our 3rd Anniversary we are inviting our community to speak up and let us know what is most valuable to you. We want to know what kinds of virtual training events you would drop everything for to attend. Or that you would want to watch the replays for sure!
Please take our 1 question survey and let us know what you want to learn.
How to be a speaker for Social Buzz U
We frequently get asked, “how do I become a speaker on Social Buzz U?”.
We have a few requirements:
- that you have a cleaned up list size of 5,000 or more who are entrepreneurs, authors, thought leaders, bloggers or social media managers.
- You have experience presenting webinars with PowerPoint or Keynote slides.
- Your webinars deliver high value and get rave reviews.
- You also must email your list to invite them to register for your webinar. Then share about it on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
- We highly recommend you join Social Buzz Club. It is preferred that you become a Premium Member.
Oh, and it only works if you love Social Buzz Club as well.
If you meet the above, then send us a request via http://socialbuzzclub.com/help –
Place in the subject: Speaker Inquiry from Your Name
In the description include:
- Your topic. And a 2 sentence description of what you teach. Hint: Make it compelling so we get excited about you.
- Email List size.
- What you love about Social Buzz Club.
Please include your phone number and Links to your main social media accounts
We look forward to continuing to bring world class experts and training to you weekly.
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