The Top 5 Books on Blogging
“Blog writing” is applicable to any everything you write on social media. Small business owners may ask, how do I manage all of this social media stuff? Professional content managers may ask: How do I manage social media for all of my clients? The roaming social media manager or digital nomad may ask: What application is going to help me save time? Would it be great if you have a condensed list of Books for blogging at your fingertip.
Here’s a look at 5 books on blogging that answer those questions and more, ensuring that you have success in the blogging and social media world!
- Blog, Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community, by Joy Cho
- Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind
- Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us
- Likable Social Media, Third Edition: How To Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, & Be Generally Amazing On All Social Networks That Matter
- Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All
Why not learn from someone who turned blogging into a career? Joy Cho is a designer who used her social media talents to create a powerful brand. Her book covers issues like, financing your blog, choosing the right advertisements, developing a voice, taking photographs, and building community.
Speaking on creating content for a specific audience, Joy said “The biggest thing for a lot of people is ‘Should I find this specific niche or should I be more broad?’ It depends on you and what interest you. It definitely can go either way. I think consistency is the key no matter what. Let’s say, for example, let’s look at magazines, a magazine like Cat magazines. Cat magazines are super specific, they’re just about cats or kittens or like things you do with your cats, stuff you can buy for your cats. If you want to have a specific niche type of blog, it’s great because you’re probably going to be one of the few people who are going to have it and for that particular audience, they’re going to be loyal and they’re going to love it. Will you be able to talk about that topic every day? Or a few times a week? That’s the question you need to ask yourself.”
One of the most important issues for bloggers is time management. How to get the most done in a short amount of time, so you can move on and do the things you really want to do?
This book helps you create an efficient day.
The book is broken into four sections, including:
- Building a rock-solid routine
- Finding focus in a distracted world
- Taming your tools
- Sharpening your creative mind
The book, includes creative and professional input from a number of professionals, helping you get more out of your day and be more efficient. So you can have time to do the things you want.
Ready to help your Seth Godin wants you to be an influencer. His book encourages you to lead in your area of expertise. Godin is a marketing expert and his books have translated into 35 different languages. He’s also a member of several marketing Hall of Fames… I didn’t know they had those either, but really, he’s someone we need to listen too.
Speaking to an audience during a Ted Talk, Godin said “We’re living through and right at the key moment in the change in the way ideas are created and spread, and implemented… We’re in this new model of leadership. The way we make change, is not by using money, or power to lever a system, but by leading.”
Likable Social Media, Third Edition: How To Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, & Be Generally Amazing On All Social Networks That Matter
As we already mentioned, these days, “blogging” means everything on social media. The book focuses on helping you build a brand that connects you to your customers through smart social media management.
Notable sections of the book include:
- Engaging customers
- Creation of stimulating content
- Use social media to create a customer experience
- Using criticism and negative reviews on social media to your advantage
- Growing your audience
Who is creative? Do you feel as though you lost your creative flow?
This book helps you tap into your creativity, which can be used to improve your customer’s brand. The author, David Kelley encourages us to tap into the creativity that may have been lost or we feel doesn’t exist.
Make sure you have the right social media management tools to grow your online presence.
in addition to the list of books on blogging, it is important to easily schedule and publish your #blog content to social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIN from one management application using Uniclix.
Engage followers, track your performance, and save time!
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