Just like any other tool or app that you might use for marketing, you can use View Tags to get the most out of your AWeber account. You’ll find them under the “Tools” button at the top of the dashboard. Once you’re there, you can click “View Tags” and you’ll see a list of all the tags that you’re using in your content:
If you want to use a new tag, you can click the “+” icon next to the name and then enter the new tag’s details. If you want to edit an existing tag, you can simply click “Edit” in the top-right corner and then fill in the details. Once you’ve edited the tag, click “Save”.
How Does It Work?
Each time that you use a tag in a post (or in the “about” area of your bio), that fact will be “tagged” on the post or bio. When a new “reader” comes across your content, they’ll see a list of all the tags that you used in the post. If they click on any of those tags, they’ll then be taken to your post, where they’ll see all the facts associated with that tag.
This is why it’s important to use a full name, a full description, and a genuine profile image for your “about” area in your bio. When a reader sees these three things, they’ll have a much better idea of who you are and what your blog is about.
In addition to that, you can use the View Tags tool to easily identify posts that you’ve previously written and then re-read to see what you can learn about becoming a successful blogger.
The fact that you can tag your posts and re-read them at a later date is a great way to learn. If you click on any of the tags in a post, you’ll then be taken to that post’s details. This is great if you want to learn more about a certain topic, find an error in an article, or just want to read an old post for fun.
In addition, you can use View Tags to find posts that match a certain topic. For example, you can enter “social media” in the “Search for tags” bar and then click the “Search” button. After that, you’ll see a list of all the posts that were written about social media.
It’s also possible to find a list of all the articles that were published on a certain date. So, if you enter “18th century books” and then click the “Search” button, you’ll then see a list of all the books that were published in the 18th century. Similarly, if you enter “dog grooming” and then click the “Search” button, you’ll then see a list of all the articles that were published on Dog Grooming Blog about dog grooming.
As you can see, using tools like View Tags is extremely convenient for finding your content. If you have a specific niche that you focus on, then using tools like these will make your life much easier. You won’t have to worry about finding and connecting with other bloggers in your niche. Your followers will come to you.
On the other hand, if you’re a general blogger who wants to attract anyone to his or her blog, then using these tools might not be the wisest choice. You’ll most probably end up drawing attention to yourself and frustrating your audience. So, as much as possible, you should try to avoid using these tools.
To be frank, there aren’t many cons to using tools like this. The only downside is that it can be a little bit cluttered on your dashboard. For example, if you have a lot of posts that were published during a certain time period, then it can become a little bit cluttered in the “Recent Posts” section of your dashboard.
Apart from that, the only other downside is that it might require a bit of learned patience to figure out how to use these tools efficiently. Because you have to tag your posts and then re-read them to see the results of your efforts, it can take some time to get used to.
However, even with these minor drawbacks, the benefits far outweigh the costs. So, in the long run, it’s definitely worth it.
When Should You Use These Tools?
Like with any other tool or app, you might want to use View Tags at different times for different purposes. Perhaps you will use it to learn new things, or you will use it to figure out why your blog posts are performing well and want to up the ante on future posting.
In any case, View Tags is a valuable tool that you can employ at any time to improve your blogging experience. So, don’t hesitate to click the “Tools” button on your dashboard, find the View Tags tool, and then get to tagging!