Social Media for Dance Studios – ProBlogger’s 7 Links Challenge

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Day #55 in our 90-Day Social Media Success Challenge for Dance Studios…

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.

1. Your first post. “10 New Ways to Promote Your Dance Studio”. I absolutely remember writing this post, and remember the excitement I felt to finally have a blog related to my company.

2. A post you enjoyed writing the most. “5 Things You Didn’t Know About Professional Dancers”. This post was fun because it touched on some things that people don’t normally associate with professional dancers.

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!

5. A post with a title that you are proud of. “The Hard Knock Life of an Entrepreneur – Part 1”. I think this title speaks for itself. This blog series really gets to the heart of some of the challenges we face as entrepreneurs.

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.

7. Your most visited post ever.“The #1 Mistake Dance Studio Owners Make When Using Social Media”. To be perfectly honest, I was very surprised when I saw that this was my most visited post ever, but I’m glad that people have found it to be so valuable.

Let me know what you think about my 7 links!

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