Videos: How to Attract Targeted Traffic to Your Blog

0 Comments 02 April 2012

For those of you who have been able to tune me out all weekend, it might be news to you that I’ve joined the 30 Day Vlog Challenge with Tim King and a bunch of other bloggers. It’s a really cool challenge and is forcing me to explore videos more than ever before. It’s also forcing me to post when I’m not necessarily ready, as evident in the videos to follow. In order to make Tim’s 10 am deadline, I had to post Part 1 on Sunday morning when I was NOT ready to be awake, and it’s a very graphic way to see the puffy-and-fatigue-making effects of too much alcohol and not enough sleep. The next video (part 2) was done at night when I was sufficiently caffeinated and no longer in a stupor. As a result, the part 2 video is much better and if you’re limited on time I would just watch that one. Plus, I learned how to add captions, so that’s awesome. Part one has some good tips too, though, and will also make you feel good about yourself since you’ll see what a disaster I am when I’m sleep deprived on a Sunday morning. Either way hopefully these will help give you guys some new tips to get readers coming to your blog :)

… Part One: Jen tired on a Sunday morning giving BALLER tips

… Part 2: Jen more awake thanks to the help of caffeine giving even BETTER tips!


Challenges and Guest Blogging and Photography – Oh My!

  • More information on the 30 day vlog challenge (tonight, Monday, is the deadline for joining!)
  • The official 30 Day Vlog Challenge Site – to see all the videos (since TIm’s a photographer LOTS of them are photography blogs, so if you’re a photographer you HAVE to be following this. But you can also follow me, a person trainer, and all sorts of other random people on their too – so it’s for photographers and non-photographers alike!)
  • More information about guest blogging

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Jen, MsMorphosis herself, writes with a wisdom that belies her age (astoundingly only 25) and speaks from a place that seems like you’re listening to your big sister, or a dear friend that you’ve never met. For me, the connection was instant, and the material has always been almost so personally intertwined and touching that I feel like the singer-story-teller in the song, ‘Killing Me Softly.’ — Sheanna Caban