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  • Glenn Shepherd

    Reply Reply February 9, 2017

    Hey Dan,

    Great video! Check out my website! :-p

    Seriously, this is a very important component to a blogger’s strategy that so many just don’t seem to grasp. Not only do many not seem to grasp exactly how to do it, but they don’t seem to appreciate how powerful it is.

    Blog-hopping should be approached with a two-fold mindset:

    1) You have your blog and your strategy all set up and in place, with various components that will either work automatically or a series of tasks that you know, when done correctly, will yield certain results. This is what I refer to as the ‘mechanics’ of your strategy. Blog-hopping should be one of those components.

    2) You should comment, like, share, etc with a view to giving value and building relationships with other people; the blog owner, his/her audience, your audience and, potentially, anyone else in the world who may come into the mix.

    If you always approach your blog-hopping with point number 2 as being the priority, then point number 1 will look after itself. Even if you don’t anticipate a certain action yielding any specific result, if you always approach your blog-hopping with the mindset of connecting with other people then, at the very least, you will have contributed some good to the marketplace.

    Now here’s the thing:

    Frank Kern says (more or less) that your bank balance directly equates to the amount of value you give to the marketplace. So, if you approach things from the mindset of giving value, then you’ll find that you receive value accordingly.

    The moment your focus switches to placing point number 1 above in first place, then you’ll start to struggle.

    When you focus on other people first, you’ll find that you get people doing the same for you. BUT: you can’t approach it with THAT being your focus! You have to focus on other people without the thought of receiving anything in return.

    Now, of course, if we have a business, our ultimate goal is to make money. But the task at hand at any one time needs to be people-oriented. Yes, the big goal may be for the success of our business, but that stuff falls under point number 1. The task at hand in which we’re engaging at any moment needs to fall under point number 2. That way, the components under point number 1 will, to some degree, look after themselves.

    It reminds me a bit of when you can’t recall where you’ve left something. It’s often when we’re not looking for it that it actually turns up! I’ve found that this happens so often with what I’m doing. Whenever I’ve been anxious about things such as traffic or sales, that’s when they seem to be most elusive. But as soon as I forget about them and just concentrate on giving the best value I can, that’s when I see the best results.

    Again, really great video, Dan. I hope that your visitors watch it, take note and apply it. Looking forward to the next one! 🙂

    »Glenn«

    • Dan Craig

      Reply Reply February 9, 2017

      Thanks for the reply Glenn. That is exactly the sort of detailed comment that others watching should be leaving on blogs that they are visiting. Adding serious value with no ulterior motive and the traffic will come naturally. Just trying to shove your links down everyone’s virtual throats is a sure-fire way of getting ignored. Thanks again for stopping by, be sure to re-visit I’ve got some good stuff coming…….

  • Chris DeeWaard

    Reply Reply February 9, 2017

    Hi Dan.

    Great post.

    I agree that there are too many bloggers who do the drop and run with commenting on others’ blogs. I think a lot of it has to do with their training or lack of it. You hear about some people who are told that they need to start a blog, visit other blogs in the same niche and leave a comment. No explanation of what should be included in the comment.

    If I’m paying for training, I’d expect to be given all the information to be able to do the task correctly.

    That’s why it’s up to us bloggers to help those who are just starting out, to make sure they get off on the right foot.

    If, in leaving a comment, you don’t have enough information, ask questions. By asking a question, you are opening yourself up to learning what’s needed. And, you can be sure that there are many others who have the same question, but never asked it themselves.

    It’s another way of interacting with the blogger and create a relationship.

    Thanks for this post.

    Have a great day……Chris

    • Dan Craig

      Reply Reply February 10, 2017

      Hey Chris. You’re absolutely right, a lot of people just starting out are told ‘what’ to do but not ‘how’ to do it. Hopefully this post will help some people become more effective with their blog hopping.

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