Want to INCREASE your Social Media Exposure? A great way to do that is to guest blog! I have just started accepting guest bloggers for my site, diyfarmwife.org.
I am a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers and my Store name is Creative Inclusion. I specialize in creating materials that are adapted to meet the needs of a diverse classroom population. I blog about many things, from teaching to parenting, to living on a farm to having a child with Down Syndrome.
One of the best things I have found about blogging is “meeting” other people that I otherwise would have not had the opportunity to meet. I am having so much fun learning about other teachers, parents and classrooms around the country, and even several people from around the world! I would like to continue that by accepting guest bloggers on my blog. I would be happy to return the favor for you.
Here’s how it works: you write some awesome classroom or parenting idea you have had and make it really cool for readers on my site. I’ll link back to your site at the bottom of your post. If you like, I can do the same for you. Then we each have links connecting our blogs, and therefore, connecting our readers. I teach, you teach, they probably teach so we all have common interests! I parent, you parent and again, they probably parent so more common interest! My readers and your readers could very well be the same people, or at least very good friends. What do very good friends do when they find something cool? Call, text, email, Facebook, twitter, Pinterest or snapchat all of their friends with a headline “Check this out!” The more it’s shared, the more exposure we get for our blogs, and if you are a Teachers Pay Teachers seller like myself, the more exposure you get from your store.
All you have to do is fill out this Google Form for me to organize the guest posts. I would love to hear from you!
*Note- I do not want posts just selling your products. You can use your own blog for that. On shared blog posts, I would like content that truly enriches the lives of my readers, as I’m sure you do as well.