How to Maximize Your Blog Post Reach on Social Media

Sharing your posts in different ways on various social media platforms can help you engage with different audiences.

Social media marketing is simple. Create valuable content and then share it with as many people as possible. If you do it properly, then people will share your content and it will travel around the world. And if you’re lucky, it will become viral and this will result in millions of likes and shares.

1. Share Useful Content

If you want to expand your reach, you must write and share great blog posts, tips, and tricks that add value to your audience.

If you write content that helps your audience solve a problem they’ve been experiencing or if you create content valuable in their everyday life, they are more likely to subscribe to your blog, as well as follow you and share your post with their followers and fans.

Successful social profiles and blogs share valuable content with their readers. When posting content, always remember to be consistent. You can’t write or share one day and disappear for months. You must be consistent so that readers can remember you and visit your social media platforms to get new updates.

2. Organize Social Media Contests

Social media contests are a great way to reward loyal fans, followers, and readers who have been reading your posts for a while. You can use contests to expand your social media reach too.

Also, you can use social media contests to motivate new readers to share or follow you. It’s a quick and simple way to expand your reach as people will share fun and exciting competitions and challenges on their social profiles, giving you free publicity and more eyes on your blog.

3. Learn How to Maximize Your Marketing

Every social platform has different ways to maximize marketing. Each platform has its strengths and functionality, and the main error people make is posting the same message to every social media platform.

This is a huge mistake because every social platform is optimized differently.

For instance, on Twitter people use hashtags to expand their reach but hashtags have little use when posting on Facebook. On Facebook, images work well to grab people’s attention and expand reach. But most marketers overlook this and post tweets with hashtags and link them to their Facebook status. This doesn’t work because they’re posting the least effective type of content on Facebook.