1. The Original Big Three Social SitesFacebook, LinkedIn and Twitter; remember when these were the only big social media sites around? Well, times have changed but they are still massive players in the space. Make it a habit of posting your articles to \u201cthe big three\u201d along with an engaging teaser. You\u2019re more of a visual person? That\u2019s perfect, Instagram and Tumblr to the rescue.2. Comment on Other Relevant BlogsI\u2019m guessing there are a handful of blogs out there that you follow and love. If you haven\u2019t already, start interacting with them. You might follow them across social media or constantly check out their blog. If you do, start commenting and engaging with them and even their audience. Chances are you have more than one thing in common. Oh, and make sure to leave a link back to your blog .3. Email SignatureStudies show that one of the most intimate and private places an online user can engage with you is via their email. So naturally, including your blog link in your email signature will generate interest or, at the very least, curiosity. Self-promotion has never been so easy!4. Social Bookmarking SitesCOMING SOON OUR NEW WEBSITE Social bookmarking is a great means of inspiring online collaboration and the wisdom of crowds. It also tackles an issue that the search engines have trouble with \u2013 the human touch. The world-wide-web has billions of users, and if even an incy wincy percentage of those users share your post\u2026 do the math. I surely cannot, but I know the number is potentially BIG. Here\u2019s a great list of some of the best bookmarking sites for you to promote your blog posts10. BacklinkingSee how we\u2019ve linked to quite a few sources in this article? Not only does it help to support your opinions, but it also adds credibility to your position and, of course, creates a trackback. Perfect.