Business Blogs, as well as any site where the word “blog” appears, have long been an excellent place for you to showcase your business’s newest and most exciting news.
In fact, if you’re not careful, you could find yourself in the position of using Google to generate the news for your blog.
Here’s how to get your news out there, and then make sure that it’s always on your site.
Find your blog post.
First, you’ll want to find the topic you want to write about.
It’s very easy to find that, because you can do so by typing the title of your blog or a snippet of your post.
If you’ve already done this, you can simply search for the topic, and it will give you a list of all of the blog posts that have been written about that topic.
You can then find those posts by searching the topic and clicking on the blog title.
Create a Google search for that topic, or a Google Blog post title.
There are many different types of Google searches, but for now, we’ll focus on “blog posts.”
Enter a keyword or phrase.
You may find that it takes you a few tries to find a specific post on a specific topic, but this is a good place to begin.
You might enter the phrase “how to do this,” or the keyword “web technology.”
Type in the title or content of the post you want.
Click on “Submit.”
Google will create a Google+ account to your account, and you can then submit a new post to your site with a new title and link to your post on Google+.
Google will automatically display the content of your Google+ post in the search results for the keyword that you entered.
Google’s algorithm will then automatically link to the Google+ page you created, if one exists.
If it doesn’t, Google will give the link back to the page that posted the original.
Make sure the Google search you entered is valid.
If the search returns results, it means that Google thinks that your post has been published.
You’ll want the page with the Google + link to be on your page, as Google will link your Google + post to the relevant page.
Submit your Google post.
Google sends a Google alert when your post is published.
The alert gives you a short, two-sentence message that says, “Google has published your blogpost.”
The alert will appear in the Google Alerts section of your account.
If your post was published, Google is sending you a link to read the article.
This is the important part, as the Google alert will not display if you didn’t publish your post, and Google doesn’t recommend publishing a post if you did.
The Google Alert will only appear if your post’s title has been changed.
Review your post by clicking on “Report a typo.”
This button will appear when you click on the link at the top of your search results page, and will give a list that you can click on to review your post for errors.
If there are errors, Google automatically reports them to the author, so if you have a typo in your post or you accidentally typed the wrong URL for the post, you will be notified.
You will also receive an email to correct the error within 24 hours.
If a typo is discovered, you may receive an alert that the post has not been published yet.
Review by clicking “Reply to an article.”
Google sends you an email with a link when a post is approved by the author.
The link will be sent automatically when the author replies to the article, and the email will include a link that will take you to the post’s author’s profile.
You are not required to click on this link, but it will alert you to any errors.
Google automatically responds to any replies to your review.
Click “Reply” to an issue in your review and follow the instructions provided.
Click the “Submit” button to submit your post to Google+.
The Google alert about the post will be displayed on the Google Blogs home page, alongside other relevant content from Google+.
Google will review your submission and respond within two business days.
If Google approves your post within 30 days, you receive a link in your inbox that will let you know that your review has been accepted.
If an error occurs while reviewing your post before the posting deadline, you won’t receive an automatic email from Google, but you will receive a response from Google within two weeks.
If, after two business day, Google rejects your submission, you still want to publish your article, you need to wait until Google is no longer accepting your post as a new blog post, then you will need to publish a new Google+ Post, or you will lose your ability to publish to Google+ within one week.
You must still review your article before you submit it to Google.