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Blogging is an art and is definitely one of the great ways to market a product. Here are 6 steps to kick start your blogging journey in marketing.
Beginning jugglers need to keep at least three balls in the air to even call themselves jugglers. When you're creating copy designed to sell, or motivate someone into action, you generally need to be juggling three balls, these are the different levels you need to be writing to.
Ian Cleary is the founder and CEO of Razorsocial, is a writer for Social Media Examiner, will be speaking at Social Media Marketing World, and was named one of the top 100 B2B marketers mentioned on Twitter in the US Q1 2013.
As a business owner, writing may not be your strong suit. But with these tips, you'll quickly improve your skills as a writer.
So for Tweak Your Biz it’s been four years of 500 contributors, 1,700 posts, 12,000 comments, 100,000 social media shares and nearly 2,000,000 visits. I was asked to be a contributor from the beginning and very proud to have been the Managing Editor for the past year.
Tweak Your Biz has certainly had a big impact on my life but I wanted to know more about the back story to it, so I asked Niall Devitt how he and the crew came up with the idea and how it has grown so exponentially in the last four years, plus a few more sneaky questions.
There are several bloggers out there who blog every day, but that doesn’t mean that you should follow in their digital footsteps.
If you are a small business or a freelancer looking for more online exposure then guest blogging is a great way to expand your content marketing strategy.
These tips should help you to write copy that will look good. Plus if you write as a guest contributor these suggestions are handy to know to get on the right side of the person editing the blogs, therefore hopefully getting published more often.
If you’ve ever had the chance to observe a group of toddlers, you’d see why their implicit behavior is worth emulating even in online blogging.