Archive for the ‘Blogging’ Category

No matter your reason for blogging, the following 5 quick and simple actions are guaranteed to turbocharge your blogging.

Any student and freelancer knows this breathtaking word – “deadline”. In the following article you will know how to manage a writing deadline successfully.

In today’s fast-moving digital world, businesses need to invest considerable time and energy into marketing and increasing their brand awareness online.

Realizing the strong impact of font customization, this article will provide you with some general guidelines to help you select the right typeface for your professional website.

For anyone not familiar with, it’s an international, business advice community and online publication which is owned by Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends. Today it is read by over 100,000 business people each month (140,000 unique visitors, Google Analytics, December, 2013). However, it started out as a small Irish blog with little or no traffic. Let me tell you the story of how we grew this B2B blog into a business with 100,000+ unique visitors per month.

Having a good online job is one of the most popular options for individuals who prefer to stay at home and earn a living at the same time. Only home-based workers experience the convenience of lesser travel expenses and quality time with their family. Furthermore, setting your own schedule is often possible which means you can even work according to your own pace.

Digital revolution has profoundly reflected on users’ behavior and their higher expectations to participate and contribute more actively online. The new face of the internet has changed the interactive web experience of users. Nowadays, visitors expect to be impressed, involved and entertained.

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?