3 Ways to Motivate Others to Share Your Content

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15 Replies to “3 Ways to Motivate Others to Share Your Content”

  1. Joel Burger

    Hi Gina, this is the second of your blogs I have included in ‘Best of the Web’ http://j3webmarketing.com/best-web – the other is ‘Hindsight to Insight: 26 Women in Business Reveal What They Know Now that they Wish They Knew Then’. Being the best kept secret sounds charming.. but I am sure you wonder if nobody reads your content than why bother?? I have my own blog with only 14 posts so far, which is why I started ‘Best of the Web’ to share great content with others. Please take a look and share with your friends. Thanks.

  2. Joan Penfold

    Great article. Ever consider swapping articles? I would like to share http://ezinearticles.com/?Its-Time-To-Get-Up-and-Network!&id=6145828 with you.

  3. 5 Pro Tips for Growing Your Social Reach « Benjamin Kerensa dot Com

    […] We all want to feel a level of approval or visibility by our peers and there is no better way to get that by sharing alike and motivating others into sharing your content right back. […]

  4. Margo DeGange

    Hi Gina,

    Fabulous tips about the kind of content that inspires sharing!

    That emotional connection is everything! No one wants boring statistics or a laundry list unless they are first dipped in “emotional chocolate”. THEN you can roll on the “TIP TOPPINGS” and they will seem very yummy!

    Just before I launched Women of Splendor, I did a series of videos to tell about the launch (date, info, signup, etc). I called the series “Giving is the New Getting” and each video was inspirational and moving, and helped people move forward and THRIVE in life. At the end I shared the details of the launch rather quickly, keeping the focus on personal growth. The videos were shared quite a bit on social media like Twitter and FB even though Women of Splendor had not yet launched!

    Gina you are absolutely RIGHT! Your “3 Way to Motivate Others to Share Your Content” are SPOT ON!



    1. Gina Bell

      Thanks so much Margo! Love the “dipped in chocolate” imagery! Your video series is an awesome example of these tips in action. xo

  5. Allison Crow

    Perfect timing. I appreciate these tips. I do notice that inspirational posts get the most love…especially if it has to do with following your heart.

    1. Gina Bell

      Hi Allison, oh yes!! I’m a sucker for anything inspirational LOL. I love to give hope as much as I love to receive it. Tug at my heart strings and I will share it because I want my friends fans and followers to feel good too! xo

  6. Nadine Nicholson

    Gina, thanks for a great article! One of my most popular posts was this: http://nadinenicholson.com/strategy-goals/plan-week/. It helps you plan your week in 30 minutes or less. I think it was so popular because I made it fast, easy and real for busy, high-achieving entrepreneurs.

    1. Gina Bell

      Hey Nadine, thanks for sharing that example. It’s great and I can see why it’s a popular one for you.

      One of my most popular posts is a “how-to” post too… http://www.ginabellinc.com/create-a-visibility-boom-with-a-blog-commenting-circle/

      People LOVE what I call “real” content. Perhaps that’s what I’ll talk about in my next post for She Owns It!

      Thanks so much for taking the time to comment Nadine! xo

  7. Agatha K, The Fun Money Nerd

    Soooooo true! I have definitely found that the more I genuinely connect with and support other women entrepreneurs, the more they want to do the same for me.

    1. Gina Bell

      Hi Agatha! Yes, and it sure makes being in business a lot more fun doesn’t it 🙂 Thanks so much for popping in to share xo

  8. Bonnie Roill

    I sometimes forget about the emotional connection since my science background is my “driver” and the core of my biz. Science, strategies and support for successful weight loss! My plan: one Facebook posting a week that has a poster with a message that makes one stop and think about how they feel about themselves, their body. Thanks Gina!

    1. Gina Bell

      Oooh Bonnie, my inner science geek can SO relate. And once you start to see this in action it will become second nature. Love that you’ve set a goal to keep you more mindful of creating the emotional connection. Keep me posted ok. xo

  9. Stacy Keny

    Great advice here! Thanks for the positive perspective.

    1. Gina Bell

      Hi Stacy, you’re welcome. Thanks for taking the time to comment xo

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