If effort = success in blogging, we’d all be rockstars. That’s how I feel, anyway. The fact is, effort doesn’t mean success if you’re doing the wrong things. If your underlying purpose isn’t clear, then all the tips and tricks in the universe won’t help your blog to grow. Sometimes it can be good to step… Read more »
Posts Tagged: content marketing
Marketing is changing dramatically and that can be confusing and overwhelming for businesses making the switch. As the balance tips towards content marketing, and away from paid advertising, there are more choices to make. How do you know what’s the right content? Where do you share it? How often should you publish? Do you need a… Read more »
Content marketing continues to be one of the rising stars of the online marketing world. But are you following these best practices from Chad Pollitt?
Writing is the foundation you’ll build your success upon. Believe me. Whether you’re working on a business plan, a marketing kit, a blog, a newsletter or an ebook… Writing is always the first step.
I’ve been blogging for about a decade now. For the first several years I didn’t really know what I was doing in terms of SEO. I slowly became interested in the subject, however, and used my growing knowledge of it when building some small niche websites over the last three or four years. Because these… Read more »
Thinking about a guest blogging strategy? Get the lowdown from Ann Smarty, founder of MyBlogGuest and former Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Journal. You are best known as founder of MyBlogGuest nowadays. How is it going after two years? I’ve been on the Internet marketing and blogging for about seven years; I’m happy to hear people… Read more »
Summer is here for many of us – so let’s talk vacations. What better way to start than with the buzz about cruises, and, for the workaholics, social media in the travel business? Carrie Finley-Bajak, founder of Cruise Buzz, answers our questions. What exactly do you do at Cruisebuzz? I am a content creator. I… Read more »
A professional editor gives her take on writing and publishing fiction and bringing out a Paper.li that will get read.
With a little bit of planning, you can reduce the costs of content and produce more appropriate content with less friction.