How to Write Blog Posts Your Readers Love: Pt 3 The Crowd Sourced Post

by Wayne Sharer

International speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Retired navy officer, former commanding officer. Over 35 years of leading, coaching, mentoring, and speaking.

February 23, 2016

The How to Write Blog Posts series continues with the Crowd Sourced post.  For many businesses, this can prove to be a real favorite and a big attraction to your customers and leads.  Once again, the folks at Digital Marketer taught me this, so I let them show you how also.

In the part 2 of the series, you saw how to do the “how to” post.  Now you’ll see how the crowd sourced post is really simple and can be done through direct contact or simply looking up how the “crowd” you ask responds in different forums.

This can make discovering how to write blog posts both fun and education for you, and make your customers love what you post.  They will share this, and like it, and tweet it, and just about anything else you can think of.

Watch this short video so see how to write blog posts using the crowdsourced method…

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