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Do You Have a Blog Promotion Problem?

You’ve got a great blog…
You’re talking to other people who blog every day…
…but you can’t seem to get them to your site.  What up with that?

This first appeared on Marketing Offline Online in Aug 2017. Updated for a New conference.


More often than not, it’s not that the thing you’re selling or talking about on the blog that’s not any good, it’s usually because you just don’t have much reach.

Here’s how to fix that: (click image for more)

The URL for Missinglettr is my affiliate link.


MissingLettr – Each article on your blog will be sent to the social profiles you add to your missinglettr account. Every day people are looking for a guide or a map or at least help with their blogs.








I decided to write about it now. Click Image below 

It allows you to plan your social media posts over the next year!!. It even writes the social media posts for the keywords that you choose. So easy to do it leaves you free to write more articles.

You have to approve what is to go out to your social media platforms. Leaving you to schedule
posts – up to 9 posts for each content piece. It uses your own keywords, adding hashtags that you can approve.

You want people interested, who will talk about you, visit your site and become your raving fans.
MissingLettr runs in the background doing your blog promotion for you day in day out.

So What is it all About?

Written by bloggers for the promotion of bloggers

Weekly posts on building great blogs, communicating with your audience and being an all-round blogging superstar!

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  • From the MissingLettr site
    Our Ambition
    At our core – We are focused on showcasing the blogger behind the blog (yes, you!). We want this new business to become the go-to destination for professional bloggers to keep up to date with the world of blogging and everything that it entails (from the trends, strategies, and tactics to the opinion pieces and culture).

We plan to build a large network and community around this business, so the exposure you’ll be getting could be very useful. We’re not saying Huffington Post size, but suffice to say we’re ambitious!

The Audience
In short, professional bloggers – just like you and me!

As well as being promoted to the community in various ways, we’re also offering a 50% discount on any Missinglettr plan, should you wish to upgrade from the free plan at any time. This discount will remain in place for as long as you are a contributor.

Once we have published 6 or more of your blog posts we will convert this into a 100% discount, for life.

At Missinglettr, we care deeply about experimenting with new ways, to be better bloggers. Perhaps more importantly though, is the value in sharing this knowledge.

With this in mind, we’re launching a brand new weekly column for our blog. We’re looking for a small handful of people to contribute. The column will be written by professional bloggers, for professional bloggers (with strategies, tips, successes, and failures being shared).

It’s not just about contributing to a column: we want to showcase you (or your brand) and provide a platform where you can show up as an authority.
Agency plan.


Every blog promotion post we publish will have its author prominently promoted on the posts’ page (complete with a photo, bio, and links of your choice). As mentioned above; we want to showcase the bloggers behind the blog. So whether you want your personal or company brand promoted, we’ll make sure you’re covered.

In theory, we’d like to see 1,500 or more words per blog post. But in practice, we care much more about the quality and value of the post. So if you have something really interesting to say and can only do it in 500 words. No problem.

Everyone’s different. Some of our contributors will be publishing with us once a week, with others once a month or longer. We want you to find the balance that works for you.

You are not expected to mention Missinglettr! Our goal is to create a genuinely inclusive and value-added resource for professional bloggers to find out what all the rest of us are doing, feeling, experiencing and experimenting with. At absolutely no point does Missinglettr need to be mentioned. Of course, you’re welcome to if relevant to your blog post, but it’s not criteria at all.

If you’d like to contribute and associate your name or brand with our community, then contact MissingLettr.

Getting started

If you have any questions just let us know. If not, then you can send your blog post when it’s ready to hello@missinglettr.com. We’ll be streamlining the process slightly further down the line, for now though – any format will be fine.

As a contributor, we’ll be inviting you to our private Slack channel. Perfect for making new contacts in the industry as well as sharing tips and helping each other out.

You are welcome to start using our service for FREE !

Check them out now or start with the free plan like I did. Free or the Personal Site, they also have one other service. Want to start tracking how effective your campaigns are?

The Free plan has one social profile, the Personal plan allows 4 social profiles, 10 social profiles
on the Business plan, 40 social profiles for the  Track campaigns.

2 Sites
4 social profiles
Upload custom images
Campaigns for past blog posts
Basic Analytics
$15 a mth

I have been very happy with the free service and looking forward to seeing how the upgrade works for me.  I am upgrading to the Personal account. Great idea for bloggers. I have enjoyed it for 12 mths or so. Try it out!

Missinglettr creates unique automated social marketing campaigns for your articles and spreads them throughout the year, immediately after being published on the Missinglettr site.  Get Started for Free

Strategic automatic social campaigns for the blog promotion of your posts that drive traffic for an entire year. You can see how it looks on my Facebook page.  


Kathryn Maclean  Marketing Offline Online

A certified Social Media Campaign specialist using Facebook, Twitter Pinterest and Affiliate Marketing.

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    1. Hi Elise, It really does an excellent job. I have been using it for about 5 mths now with no problems.
      I also use a video creation called Lumin5 that is also free and does a wonderful job on videos promoting my posts.

    1. Hi Ed,
      Can’t recall where I found MissingLettr now but I really do like it. It’s free to start with to see how you like it.
      I recently upgraded as I thought it does a heck of a job promoting my articles. Let me know how you like it. Thanks for your comments.

    1. Hi Sazia,
      Thank you. Glad you learned a few new things from this article on blog promotion!
      Thanks for your comments.

  1. Thanks for letting us know about this. I contacted them. My question is can I send them articles from my blog or do all the articles I send them have to be original?

    1. Hi Janice,
      MissingLettr publishes your articles from your blog. I do not see anywhere that they have to be original.
      It does “automatic social media campaigns from your new blog post ” -quote
      You get an email to approve the hashtags for social media that you choose It uses brand images, as well as those from your post, are drip fed for 12 months to social media of your choice.
      It’s your Social Media Assistant.

  2. Hi Kathryn,
    I know that automation can help you to expand your visibility exponentially.
    However, I am still old fashioned and I prefer to be hands on. I carefully create each social media post. Although I have signed up along the way for different programs, I find I don’t use them. My audience is not necessarily bloggers. It consists of therapists, coaches, potential clients, people concerned about their health and wellness or emotional or spiritual wellness. Each of us has to find our own way. I admire your willingness to try out new approaches and make them work.
    Dr. Erica

    1. Hi Dr. Erika,
      I don’t think it’s old fashioned to be hands on your own business. MissingLettr also carefully crafts their content from your own article.
      It posts to your social media. If you use social media, your target audience of therapists and coaches, as well as potential clients, also use social media they will see parts of your articles. It costs nothing to try it out, it just might help.

  3. Hi Kathryn,

    Thanks for introducing me to missinglttr ( put the e into it three times lol) It sounds like a good way to blast out our blogs and social media.

    I’m a bit like Erica here whereby I do things the old fashioned way…BUT…I will look into this because I’m too busy lately.

    Thanks bunches!


    1. Hi Donna,
      You are very welcome! Ya strange name but a very good way to promote your blogs. I use them on my facebook pages so far.
      Never stick to the old fashioned ways when there are newer and much better programs coming out Now! Nice to be too busy!!! lol

  4. Awesome!

    This is my first time of hearing about this tool. The explanation you gave about it made it so interesting. Thanks for sharing. I guess this is something every blogger needs to have.

    1. Hi Emenike,
      It is a very interesting tool to spread your articles all through social media, and for 12 mth and it’s free.
      I know this blogger needs to have it. lol Thanks for your comments.

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