6 ways to get your blog massively promoted by other bloggers!

Do you want other bloggers to massively and happily promote your articles?

I know you are not alone in your niche. Won’t it be thrilling to be able to get other bloggers to promote your blog posts and drive you insane traffic.

I have said a million times that bloggers are not Islands and that’s freshly true. We do not stand alone. We succeed as a team of folks that need help from each other.

But how do you get other bloggers in your niche to often share and promote your own content, driving you mad traffic and sales?

1 – Create and maintain good relationships with them.

It’s easy to create relationships. At the same time, it’s a hard nut to maintain healthy relationships. But we need these sound connections to experience another level of growth.

I have been blogging for over 5 years and have come across thousands of different bloggers. However, I can’t tell you I’m connected with everyone of them.

I do my best to keep a good relationship with most (if not all) of those I’m in connection with. I don’t just want to feel like I know this or that guy. I want to be actively in touch. So from time to time, I do social media posts like this:

get shares from blogging friends

I respect them and make sure I don’t hurt their feelings in comments even when they make mistakes. If I find something wrong, I go to them in private and we iron things out in privacy.

I remember a guy I respected so much and read his blog more than frequently. He was often here too. At one point, he disagreed with something I shared (which is perfectly fine).

But what went horrible and unacceptable was that he took to insulting me. I felt I was connected with the wrong person.  If someone can’t respect you (even on your blog), it’s a wrong connection.

Related:  How to get promoted by top bloggers

2 – Write shareable content

Being in good terms with folks won’t cause them to share your nonsense. You must publish share-worthy content. Friends won’t share out of pity or mere love.

While a good relationship keeps us together, it is not any reason to mess around with poor quality content.

Do thorough research on whatever topic you want to write about. If you expect your friends to share and link to your posts, think out of the box and bundle value in your articles.

3 – Allow them guest-post on your blog

A lot is being said about guest blogging and we know it’s a strong growth strategy. Many bloggers guest post for the sake of SEO backlinks. But a stronger reason should be to connect with other bloggers.

By using guest posting to build relationships, you gain more than just the link juice. If you want to learn more about the subject, I encourage you check out Adam Connell‘s no-fail guide to Guest Blogging Strategy.

I get tons of guest blogging requests sent straight to my email everyday.

But the truth is I give preference to my blogging pals. While this gives them some amount of exposure on my blog, it helps me get some promotion from them as well.

guest bloggers on my blog

In the past, I have submitted guest articles on many different blogs and each time my article is published, I promote the hell out of it.

I do not only share on social media. I send to my list, link to them from other guest articles (hence giving them some backlinks and SEO boost), etc.

Some of my random guest posts: 

Each time you accept guest posts from blogging friends (not from some anonymous SEO firms), you give your blog a massive opportunity to get promoted.

4 – Link out to them.

Don’t be a selfish blogger. It doesn’t cost you anything to link out to a good blog posts on another blog.

We receive by giving out

Linking out adds value to your posts and helps your readers find out more. Outbound links also have an SEO impact on your blog. So don’t hold back the links.

When you link out to a blogger’s posts, chances are that he’s going to know without you even reaching out. Many content marketing and SEO tools have the feature to signal should there be a new backlink gained or lost.

But if you want to create a friendly impact, I encourage you reach out to the linked blogger (By mail or social media mention) to announce the link.

5 – Share their contents

If you want to be promoted by others, start by promoting them.  Don’t fill your social media profiles with just your content.

I know you find interesting and shareable stuffs online. But share more of your blogging friends’ contents. Let them know you are promoting them. Social media makes it easy to tag and mention people in your posts.

Be selfless in giving your friends exposure. As you give out, so shall you receive. Don’t share once and wait till you get a feedback from them. Keep sharing and someday soon, you’ll get someone sharing in return.

6 – Promote their products/Services selflessly

Have you noticed that many bloggers are authors?

My friend Ryan Biddulph is author of a wonderful blogging book. Get your copy here. Jan Verhoeff has this e-course teaching you to make money from your writing.

Lorraine Reguly can help your writing, editing and blogging. check out her services here.

One of the things I highly recommend is you get a coach and it’s not hard to find one. Donna and David Merrill are here.

Do you want to Learn to Tweet Better ? There is no where else to go. Lisa Sicard has her ebook I highly recommend here.

Demetria Zinga has this Beginners Blogging Academy I highly recommend. Do you want to profit through Pinterest? You should meet Amber Temerity.

Do you need someone to do your SEO? Hire my friend Nikola Roza. Do you want a Freelance Writer for Hire? My buddy Christopher Jan Benitez is quick to deliver.

I know many more bloggers who have paid services/products. If you know some too, help them promote. Don’t expect any reward. I know most of them have remunerating systems. Sometimes, forget about your affiliate links and just promote without expectations. They will help promote you as well.

A common mistake to avoid

Severally, I have had emails from newbie bloggers who think they have written a killer post.

Most of them would tell me:

Enstine, kindly check out my latest post and let me know what you think, Please help share and I will appreciate a link too blah blah blah

In as much as I’d like to promote everyone that creates great and related piece of content, it’s good to let me discover it.

If I find content that’s awesome, I may link to it or promote without minding what’s in for me. But if you reach out to me, I won’t be wrong to find out what’s in for me.

What I’m saying is before you reach out to a fellow blogger asking for some favor, make sure you’ve added something for him as incentive. It’s easier this way to get a positive response.

Wrapping up

Just follow these simple tips and you’ll soon find out your content is being promoted here and there by other bloggers.

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Do you want a massive blog promotion? Do you want to increase your referral and SEO traffic? You need to get other bloggers to happily promote you. Here are 6 ways to cause other bloggers to hugely promote you #blogpromotion #blogtraffic #webtraffic

Do you want a massive blog promotion? Do you want to increase your referral and SEO traffic? You need to get other bloggers to happily promote you. Here are 6 ways to cause other bloggers to hugely promote you #blogpromotion #blogtraffic #webtraffic

48 thoughts on “6 ways to get your blog massively promoted by other bloggers!”

  1. Hi Enstine,
    This is wonderful.
    I am an avid reader of your posts and I have gained ample knowledge and ideas from every post you make.

  2. Hi Enstine,

    All we want, our blog get more traffic but the reason behind is exactly that which you shared on your blog post. Such a great guide and I am also looking for this kind of information.

    Thanks a lot.
    Regards Faisal

  3. Hi Enstine Muki,

    I really appreciate the way you briefing about massive blog promotion. A major piece of building a fruitful blog is remaining inspired and remaining focused on your blog sufficiently long to see achievement.

  4. Hi Enstine,

    THIS IS A WONDERFUL POST! I definitely agree with all points. It’s so important to build relationships with other bloggers and I am working on it too! Found all these tips so helpful for all bloggers.

    And, that mistake is a huge and such a waste of time! I also get tired of receiving the same emails every day and at the end, I just don’t respond.


    • Hey Arfa,
      So good to see you and thanks for the comment. I’m glad we are finally connected. When I found you on Pinterest, I knew you were someone worth connecting with and I’m glad I didn’t make a mistake. The future is bright so let’s keep giving 😉

  5. Hey Enstine,

    What you have mentioned in the article is really useful. Instead keep posting articles, produce online stuff and expecting the result to happen someday, We would be better of keeping in touch with fellows in the same niche or similar.

    Good reading Enstine, Again thanks for sharing.

    – John

  6. Like the ideas Enstine – will have to look at ways we can build it in to our “non-blog” section. Number 4 (Link out to them) could be worth some thought to sites in non-competing areas.

  7. Hi Enstine,
    This is such a great post. I’m definitely adding a couple of these to my arsenal. It’s truly a small world. We are all connected. At least I was able to find one mutual friend we have in here. The SEO guy, Nikola Roza. Hi Nikola 🙂


  8. Really nice and interesting post Enstine. I was looking for this kind of information and enjoyed reading this one. Keep posting. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Thank you for sharing . Start to build my own blog now, content matters a lot. I have really learned some tips from your post. Wish I could take it into practice.

  10. Hi Enstine,

    Thanks for your mention and great comments. Appreciated 🙂

    You are very right in what you say – and it’s not just a one-way street, because I know that I can share the content of you and other bloggers you mention on my social media sites with complete confidence, giving value to my readers in areas where I don’t have as much expertise as others do.

    So glad you came back to your blog. We missed you!

    Joy Healey – Blogging After Dark

  11. Hi Enstine,

    Your article is super great. I shared it already before reading it down. Ryan Biddulph always encourage bloggers, especially newbies to establish bonds with other bloggers who will help them on their blogging journey. And your idea of building relationships with other bloggers is remarkable. I love the conversation you had with Lorraine Regularly and Healey. Steps like that aids you to be top of mind. All other tips including create quality or sharable content is ideal. I definitely will not share you post if it is not good for me.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Hey man,
      Thanks for commenting and sharing. So excited!
      Ryan is the gem right? I love that guy.
      Social media should be for social first, then business. Let’s keep the social aspect of it strong 😉

      How is blogging going?

  12. You are such a wonderful and prolific writer. Am always amazed by your blog contents.
    have been your follower for the past 3+ years.

    Thanks for this wonderful and great ideas

  13. Hey bro, thanks for the shout out.

    This blog post is spot on and all 6 tips are incredibly true and effective.

    You give and you get. There no other way to put it.

    Also, consistency and selflessness are key too. If you give a comment and all the while you have a thought in your head, “I’m going to get this back” you will fail.

    Because bloggers will be able to smell you coming from a mile away and will become obstinate in NOT giving you a link, or promoting you.
    Honesty is key!
    Again- give and you will get.

    Cheers Enstine!

    • Yes hahaha if you attach the link interest to your engagement with others, there are chances you don’t get anything substantial.
      Let’s be selfless and see positive strike-back from the community.

      Hope you are set for a wonderful weekend

  14. Hi Enstine,

    Great post and an awesome list of bloggers for people to check out.

    I definitely need to get back to work on blogging, commenting and sharing. It’s so easy to be dropped from the main stream of things when you’re away and not consistent.

    Thank you so much for all the valuable information you’ve shared over the years.

    • Hey Monna,
      I hope you are doing well.
      The blogging business sometimes goes crazy and we find ourselves off. I remember when I went off, doing digital currencies. My blog was sick and it took courage to come back.

      We’d like to have you back as well 😉

  15. Hi Enstine,

    It is so good to see that you have mentioned my blogging friends and helpful resources.

    Some people think that blogging is about competing and stealing. But, I believe it is more about “building community, Sharing, communicating, engaging and growing together.

    Glad you have shared this.

    • Hi Gaurav,
      So good to see you here man and thanks for the engagement.
      You are very right. Some folks spend time cloning others’ content. This doesn’t work that way. Personal research and content will lead to growth.

      Thanks for making it a party this weekend

  16. Again Its Great Read Enstine. The Post overflows with great information and Bloggers.

    I Agree, if want gets noticed in the blogosphere that’s where Blog Networking comes, I have found that the easy way to network with authority bloggers is reading their blogs daily and making comments on everything.

  17. Hello Enstine,

    Awesome post. Building a networking and good relationship with others definitely help you to bring huge traffic to your blog. Sharing others content and featuring them on your blog built strong bond. Thanks for sharing these helpful tips here.

    Vishwajeet Kumar

      • Hello Enstine,

        Thanks for asking. As you know, I have started a tech blog and its growing rapidly. I am sure that I am able to move it more further and posts more informative articles.

        Have a Great Day 🙂
        Vishwajeet Kumar

  18. Hi Enstine,

    If a person follows these tips, they will surely get promoted from others. And its worth more coming from others, rather than yourself.

    Comment, like and share are so valuable when it comes to their blog posts and also social media. Keep that going ….

    When writing a blog post mention others because people will appreciate you leading them to people who know their stuff.
    For example, if I had a person ask me about Twitter, I would tell them to contact Lisa right away. So get to know others and what they specialize in. Help each and every person looking to build their business to others beside yourself. This is where the “magic” happens.


    • Hey Donna,
      Thanks for sweet comment 😉
      Lisa is surely the go-to person for Twitter related issues and I still admire both of you meeting 😉

      Hope the weekend is going good

  19. Hi Enstine, Love your tips here! I get many of these emails that end in blah, blah, blah….LOL. I have been responding to them and letting them know I only have contributors that comments on my blog and share on social media. And for some length of time, not just a week 🙂
    Ryan really is the master of this – sharing others stuff and commenting all the time. I’ve got to learn to link out more myself. Thank you for that reminder Enstine.
    Great people you have mentioned here like Ryan, Nikola, Donna, Lorraine and Joy. I’m not familiar with the others you have mentioned – I’ll be sure to check them out.
    Have a great day Enstine!

    • Hey Lisa,
      Thanks for stopping by and engaging greatly.
      You know as your blog grows, your email inbox is going to be receiving all sorts of requests. Many newbies have a lot to learn 😉

      Yes Ryan is the gem and we learn a lot from his working method.

      I hope you checkout those other bloggers and engage with them as well. They sure do have something huge to share as well.

      Do have a wonderful weekend

  20. Good afternoon Enstine.

    Thanks for this highly educative post. Any time I read your post, it is like I am refreshing my mind on SEO and traffic generation lessons. Very simple, yet powerful stuff.

    Thanks and have a good day.

  21. Enstine you rock! Thanks for the eBook shout out.

    Every single one of these tips works awesome. I know; I follow each diligently. Keep helping bloggers generously. Friendships form. Bonds strengthen. Blogging buddies promote you freely. Aka…of course I shall tweet and Share this post on Facebook. See how well this strategy works, guys? Awesome awesome tips, all 6 of them.

    • Hey Ryan,
      You are a good example of pro bloggers who give out selflessly and you do sure enjoy the benefits. Keep that going man and you will never see downtrends in your business

  22. Stellar blog post Enstine! These tips are so spot on.

    I’ve found that giving opens so many doors in soo many ways.

    Sometimes, you find you never have to ask.

    And thanks for teaching me to try to keep in touch with people, I really suck at that.

    • Hi Lily,
      So sweet to have you here and thanks for the comment. I like what I read on your blog these days so keep it up.

      Oh yes keep in touch with your pals. That way, you stand a chance to have them promote your blog 😉

      Anything new on your blog?

      Will be on it after this comment

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