The Scenius.net scenes reader can tell if you’re working at your desktop web browser or on your iPhone…
Making a shared Scenius scene is work. Not a lot, but some. What do you get in return:
- Added-value content for your blog and for any blog that echoes your scene
- A quick way to promote news or ideas you think are important without writing full blog posts
- By your links, you draw attention to your blog from other blogs in your content sphere
- Your scene links back to your blog, so the more it echoes, the better for your SEO posture
- When other blogs echo your shared scene, they are exposing your blog to their readers, which can lead to new readers — or new business
Your weblog put you into the narrowcasting business, and that’s a great thing. Building a shared Scenius scene will put you into the broadcasting business, a boon that gains in benefits — for everyone — the more it echoes.
What’s in it for me? With each scene, I’m taking a link back to BloodhoundBlog — a non-monetized weblog. In other words, I’m working for free, which is not at all unusual. You live in a world infested with sleazoid vendors, each one of whom wants to nick you for monthly fees for work you can easily do yourself. I will show you — for free — how to build yourself a broadcast platform that will benefit everyone involved, yourself the most.
There are a few people working (behind the scenes as it were) on shared Scenes that will debut in the next few days. This is a bandwagon worth jumping on. Good for your readers. Good for the writers you feature. Good for the blogs echoing your shared scenes — and good for their readers. And good for you.2 comments