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Brody Dorland


June 17, 2013

12 Things You Need to Do After Writing a New Blog Post

June 17, 2013 | By | 3 Comments">3 Comments

You’ve just finished writing a great new blog post. You’re excited that you’ve shared your ideas and expertise with the world. But what should you do next?

As we work with companies to develop a regular content marketing and social engagement routine, blogging is always key. A strong corporate blog can pay big dividends in the form of increased customer engagement and search engine rankings. But what many companies forget is the “marketing” part of content marketing.

12 Things to do after writing a blog post

Original Infographic:  A Lesson in Content Repurposing, Infographic Style

Brody Dorland


Brody leads the DivvyHQ team with more than a decade of experience from the trenches of corporate marketing, advertising agencies, entrepreneurship and establishing himself as one of country's top digital marketing strategists. Brody's primary focus is helping companies and marketing agencies shift their mindset, structures and processes so that they will think, act and consistently deliver like publishers.

  • Alisa Meredith

    Nice infographic! My favorite is #9, or maybe #8. I keep forgetting to do that on Twitter. I haven’t been convinced that #6 is worth the effort. Does it work for you?

  • Susan Epstein

    Great post. Very helpful!

  • Nick Stamoulis of Brick Marketing

    I have to agree with number 6. Although social bookmarking sites like Delicious, Digg, and StumbleUpon don’t have as much influence as they had say five years ago, they are still viable options for sharing your content. Sometimes, doing so can pay off pretty nicely. We shared one of our client’s posts on Reddit and it managed to drive 40 unique visitors to their site, which is a feat within itself because it is so hard to get exposure on Reddit. However you won’t know until you try.