You venture over to Twitter to share your latest blog post.
You type your message, click Tweet and you’re just about to leave when…
Something in your timeline catches your eye.
It’ll only take a few seconds to check it out, right?
Then you see something else. Then something else.
And before you know it, an hour has passed and you’re left wondering where the hell your time went.
It’s a common problem. Twitter’s a powerful tool for bloggers, but it’s also a dangerous distraction.
Scrolling endlessly through your feed can feel productive – particularly when you tell yourself it’s research – but deep down you know it’s the opposite. Even the “proven” social strategies seem to deliver nothing.
So, is it possible to get the benefits of Twitter without being sidetracked by the distractions or wasting time on ineffective tactics?
Fortunately, it is.
In fact, it’s possible in just 15 minutes a day. Here’s how… More
You’re not funny. At least, that’s what you tell yourself.
And who cares anyway? Readers don’t come to your blog for laughs, right?
They come for the information.
Because blogging’s about being useful. It’s about understanding your audience and helping them achieve their goals and dreams. It’s about giving them the information they need to get where they want to go.
So that whole “being funny” thing is for the birds. Right?
Actually, if you think like this, you’re missing a big piece of the puzzle.
Being a successful blogger is not just about being a teacher…
It’s about being a performer.
Your content must do more than just educate. It must entertain.
And while using humor is not the only way to make things more fun, it’s certainly one of the most effective.
If you don’t learn to entertain while you inform, your readers will find a blogger who can.
So, are you ready to rescue your content from the classroom? More