How to Identify Newsjacking Sources For Blogging Success and Building Authority

How to Identify Newsjacking Sources For Blogging Success and Building Authority

Imagine for a moment that you've published a new blog post this morning. The post details some breaking news that is going to have a dramatic impact on your business and industry. While discussing the story, you work in some additional background information about your industry and how you see this event impacting other people and businesses. As you share the story to social media, your followers pick up on it and share it with their followers, and quite a few of them make sure that they're following your profiles so they'll be able to pick up on similar stories in the future.

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