Here are the top 10 posts about blogging and social media I’ve stumbled upon this week:
The way your post starts is important, just as the way your post ends.
We have talked about why you need an email list, designing newsletters and a few ideas for what to include. In this week’s email list building post, we are talking about how to get people to sign up. You need someone to send those nifty newsletters to after all.
While we all know how important it is to market through the various social networks, it is vital to track and measure your efforts for success. Here are five simple metrics to find out whether your social media effort is paying dividends.
Here are 14 proven methods for getting more blogging done in less time. And what’s best: these methods will allow you to write better posts than you ever thought possible, while exerting less overall effort.
Are you seeing the results you want from your Twitter activities? … Here are 5 tools to help you power up your Twitter marketing efforts.
5 core essentials to online publishing that I’ve honed in on after 10+ years of blogging. I’ve shared a few of these things before…
Assuming you want to increase your blog traffic, there are certain mistakes you must avoid to be successful. If you commit these mistakes, your traffic will never gain momentum. Worse, it may plateau or begin to decrease.
Google Analytics is great for tracking how your visitors came into your site, but did you know you can also use it to track what people search for once they land on your site?
Pinterest drives more traffic to websites than YouTube, Reddit, Google Plus and LinkedIn combined according to new research. With this in mind, here are six easy steps for tapping the power of Pinterest to drive more traffic to your blog.
One of the things that a mentor of mine shared with me many years ago was how I should always keeping a running list of people that I want to really work with. He told me that he had been doing this for decades and it had helped him achieve much of his success over the years.
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