One of the best, and most popular blogs in the blogosphere is ProBlogger. I subscribe to this blog, and read the articles here everyday. Yesterday, Darren Rowse, the founder of ProBlogger, challenged all of his readers to write a blog post that took a 7 link challenge – linking to 7 posts that fit into 7 themes. I thought that this would be fun to do, and give you guys an opportunity to read some posts on this blog that you may have never read before. Some of them are related to social media, some are not. But, simply participating in a challenge such as this one, is a great exercise in engaging your audience, and possibly a new audience through social media. I hope you enjoy these posts!
Please vote on each post after you read it, and feel free to leave a comment too. I’m very curious to see which ones are your favorites.
3. A post which had a great discussion. “Dance Your Way Into Business Success”. This post was great because dancers and non-dancers gave commentary relating to their own experiences, which I thought was really cool. I actually ended up doing a teleseminar on this topic too!
4. A post on someone else’s blog that you wish you’d written.“The RTR No Sales Approach to Social Media Success”. This article was written by a woman named, Lindsay Fultz , who I’ve connected with, of course, through social media. Lindsay is the Social Media Marketing and Sales Director at Grosh Backdrops and Drapery, based in Hollywood, California, and let me tell you, she knows her stuff!
6. A post that you wish more people had read. “5 Ways to Beat the Recession Blues”. This was one of my most inspirational and motivational posts, in my opinion. It was written during the heart of the global recession.
Ashani Mfuko is a Social Media Strategist, Digital Marketing Specialist, Award-Winning Blogger, and Professional Dancer. Ashani works with small businesses, corporations, & non-profit organizations as a Social Media Strategist and Digital Marketing Specialist. She creates results-driven, innovative social media strategies that are proven to increase your revenue and catapult your brand to expert status in your niche! She has an extensive track record of creating and implementing successful social media strategies for her clients.
She is also the Host and Executive Producer of the “Inside New York City Dance” television show on MNN, and is a proud wife and new mom.
Ashani has been featured in Dance Magazine, as a “Media Maven”, as well as in Dance Mogul magazine, Inside Woman magazine, & Dance Studio Life magazine, in addition to various dance blogs online. She is the author and creator of the, “Finance Your Dance: How To Turn Your Passion Into Profit“ e-book and workshop, and her dance blog won the Reader’s Choice, “Top Dance Business Blog” of the year award, two years in a row. She is a leader in the field of social media and digital marketing, and is highly sought after as a dance performer and dance teacher in the New York City dance community. Ashani is on staff at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City, and teaches Advanced Jazz classes for their Jazz & Contemporary program & Ballet program.