What was supposed to be a post about the seven things I love most about being a blogger turned into my love letter to writing and blogging. I guess it makes sense, me being an egotistical writer and all.
Itâ€™s funny how much good can come from seemingly bad circumstances. Let me tell you a short tale about one hateful commenter, 2,600 likes and 11,613 blog visitors.
Once writers start expressing interest, how do you sift through guest posting requests and set quality standards for your blog? And why should you bother in the first place?
To become a more efficient writing machine, you need to acknowledge these un-thought-about blogging distractions and terminate them post-haste.
The doctorâ€™s in, blogging brethren. Take a seat and learn by example as I put the worst blog post headlines on trial and pinpoint the best ways to write killer titles.
Six of your blogging questions answered…
Blogging is the heart of any businessâ€™s online marketing efforts, large or small; the sooner you get on board the better. According to a study, 91% of B2B marketers use content marketing to promote brand awareness, generate leads, and boost search engine rankings. Of that 91%, only 77% use blogs, and according to contentmarketinginstitute.com, only 57% of B2C marketers believe blogging is effective.
A relatively new concept for businesses, blogging has become more popular in the last eight years or so. Although itâ€™s a foreign concept for many businesses, as a growing trend within the world of marketing, itâ€™s important to understand what a blog is and why businesses should be blogging.
Working the same routine every day can occasionally take its toll. And if you have a creative responsibility to uphold, you need to catch yourself when you begin stagnating. But the solution is simple, unexpected and often available to the everyman…
After a post went viral, I used several tactics to catalyze its spread across social media. Read on to discover the most effective ways to get more eyes on your booming content.