How to Write Blog Posts Your Readers Love: Pt 5 The Content Aggregator

by Wayne Sharer

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

March 6, 2016

This is the last in the series on how to write blog posts your readers will love.  I hope you enjoyed it.  Part 4 was the Embed Reactor.  Now it’s time for the Content Aggregator.

The Content Aggregator is a hybrid form of part 1, the Listical.  You litterally grab the most viral content on the web – and the best – and bring it all together.

This video has a great free tool to help you, too.  It will ensure you get the most socially active information brought into one place.  This short video shows you the free tool and how to write blog posts using the Content Aggregator method specified by Digital Marketer

To see the complete series on How to Write Blog Posts Your Readers will Love, Here’s a complete listing of each…

  1. Part 1: The Listical
  2. Part 2: The “How to” Post
  3. Part 3: The Crowd Sourced Post
  4. Part 4: The Embed Reactor

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jerri

    Thank you for continuing what is, to me, the best strategic marketing blog on the web. It in fact is great to see when you have new posts.

    This series on how to write blog posts has been great.

    Reply
    • Wayne Sharer

      Thanks Jerri. Hope you keep putting the information to work. Stay great.

      Reply

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