Here are the top 10 posts about blogging and social media I’ve stumbled upon this week:
I thought it would be helpful to retrieve five tips from under my photography “hat” that should help anyone curating or shooting still images for their social and digital channels.
I usually keep a running list of blogging and home-based business tools that I would currently recommend. These are applications that made the cut after experimentation. Here are a few that are on my list right now. A few are paid, but most are free online business tools.
While comments are a good thing overall in terms of measuring your readership, they can also spell trouble for bloggers that don’t know how to handle them.
While many people are still getting used to the new Facebook timeline for pages, there are some new features to get all happy about. One of them is highlighting.
With each new overhaul of Facebook pages, there have been increased opportunities for brands to use imagery to better promote their offerings and create visual interest, and Timeline for pages is no different.
If you’ve ever thought “I want my blog to be more engaging,” you probably had some idea in mind of what that means. It might be that you want to lower bounce rates, increase repeat visits, or encourage more comments on posts.
It’s a marriage we’ve been waiting for. The ability to integrate Google’s powerful analytical tool Google Analytics with Google+. Over the past couple weeks, this update has been rolling out to various profiles and I have to say I love it.
What if there was something you could do to re-engage some of those subscribers who actually are still interested in your company, but have just suffered a case of inbox overload?
But when you publish content, you want someone to do something. When you’re doing it right, the work you put into your content gets your audience to take a specific action.
There are three main reasons why people don’t come back to your site after they initially find their way to it, whether that’s via a guest post, Google, or social media…
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