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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.
Like all business owners – large and small – your goal for your company is undoubtedly growth, but make sure it’s controlled growth, gauged to your ability to handle the demands that come with it.
I can honestly say that Twitter has changed my working direction completely. So what has happened in these 100,000 tweets?
Are you struggling to increase blog traffic for your business? My group blog, TweakYourBiz.com, reached the milestone of100,000 unique visits during December, 2012, and in a blogging niche that is very competitive. Here are 10 critical tactics that you must do if you really want to increase traffic to your business blog.
Targeted material, which reads to your audience like it was perfectly tailored for them, is the golden goose of content marketing
Many of you will know Lorna Sixsmith from her successful business Garrendenny Lane, or Write on Track, or the Blog […]
Tweak Your Biz got 100K unique visits during December, 2012. It’s taken us three years to build up to this level of traffic, and we made mistakes and learnt lots along the way. Here’s what it has taken to manage a blog from a standing start to delivering this level of traffic.
Usually, the greater the innovation, the less established was the process that led to it. Since there was probably no established process, the chances are that the innovation was sparked by some form of play. And when the product or technology came to market, wasn’t it exciting and even somehow strangely inevitable? Didn’t it prompt you to connect existing thoughts and feelings in new and satisfying ways? Creativity creating impact creating success.
“We write our eulogy every day with our small choices, often when no-one is looking”. In this interview, Dr. Mollie Marti illustrates […]