10 Easy Things You Should Do After You Publish A Blog Post [VIDEO]

2 Feb , 2016   Video

People ask me all the time, what they need to do to promote their website and blog.

And it needs to be easy.

And it needs to be cheap.

And it needs to be quick.

Well, it doesn’t come that easy.  You know, as they say, garbage in — garbage out.

If you don’t take the time to invest in your content marketing activities, you won’t get any real sustainable traction.  I can promise you that.

But in the meantime, in this video, I cover a list of tactics you really should consider.



What is missing from the list?  What other tactic should be first before these 10 I’ve listed?

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Kenny Jahng is a content marketing advisor and communications strategist who helps nonprofit, cause-driven and faith-based organizations / churches. You can connect with Kenny on Twitter @kennyjahng

3 Responses

  1. Gina Floyd says:

    Really good tips – thanks. I am enjoying Liquid Church and used the interactive piece for the first time this Sunday morning.

    Question: Does my work on a blog post need to be copyrighted before uploading to a pdf and going through the steps you mentioned?

    Thanks for your time and expertise. May you have a day filled with blessings.

    • Kenny Jahng says:

      Great question – I’m not an attorney, so you should seek wise counsel for sure. But from my understanding, your work is already technically copyrighted (and hence legally protected) at creation. You can go ahead and pay $35 to formally submit a work for copyrighting too. But in large part it’s unnecessary IMHO.

      So for this specific example, I’d just pdf it, upload and distribute. You can of course put your attribution & copyright claim on the doc footer, etc.

      Hope that helps!

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