Brian Liang

Web Developer & Blogger at Web Developers Etc

Orlando, FL, United States

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I've been an online entrepreneur since 2003, starting off with e-commerce and SEO. I own Web Developers Etc, where I offer web development and graphic design services. In recent years, I started Small Business Ideas Blog and have gotten into content marketing and social media.

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  1. Brian Liang added a comment on Are Expert Roundups good for a longterm SEO strategy?
    @Sophie93n I actually wrote a pretty detailed guide on that on Smart blogger - https://smartblogger.com/expert-roundup/
  2. Brian Liang added a comment on Are Expert Roundups good for a longterm SEO strategy?
    @YounessBermime In many cases, that's true. My first roundup, however, got over 7,000 shares as it kept getting reshared on Pinterest. On launch, it was only around 3,000 or so. It also did get some l…
  3. Brian Liang added a comment on Are Expert Roundups good for a longterm SEO strategy?
    Expert roundups aren't much different than any other type of content. If the quality is good, then that's what causes them to get repeatedly re-shared and linked to after the participants originally s…
  4. Brian Liang added an article 30 Influencers Share How They Got Their 1st 1000 Subscribers
  5. Brian Liang added a comment on Best outreach email you've ever sent/received?
    Hi Brittany, One of the best outreach emails I got was from Tor Refsland from Time Management Chef. Instead of asking for something, his first email was just to connect and establish a relationship.…
  6. Brian Liang added a comment on Guest post strategy - how to start
    I would suggest building an audience first and proving to them that you can drive traffic. Create content that shows them that your blog is somewhere that they want to be featured. Most blogs getti…
  7. Brian Liang added a comment on How to Sell on Instagram: 5 Tips for Guaranteed Success
    @kristihines Louise Meyers has a good review on these tools and even contacted support for some of them. What they appear to do is use Android emulators or other people with phones to post for you so …
  8. Brian Liang added a comment on How to Sell on Instagram: 5 Tips for Guaranteed Success
    @GrowMap No phone required - check out Autogrammer, Wisel.it, Push.photo, Onlypult and Schedugram. @rodgersgigi just told me about Grum so that's another tool worth looking into.
  9. Brian Liang added a comment on How a SaaS company almost killed it on Instagram
    @RodgersGigi Thanks, Gina! 
  10. Brian Liang added a comment on How a SaaS company almost killed it on Instagram
    How much does Grum cost? I assume it's been pretty reliable? I've actually found that some private accounts will follow you back. I don't think you'll see much return in the 1,000 follower range.…

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