You blog doesn’t have to drown in the sea of websites that is the Internet. Let your blog shine with these 7 tips.
Archive for the ‘Blogs’ Category
I first came across Cendrine Marrouat and her Creative Ramblings on Bizsugar. After reading her post the first time I have since always made a point of looking out for Cendrine’s posts as they are always so interesting. We got chatting on Twitter and have since kept in touch on a regular basis – it’s possible I’m even being included in her new eBook.
The blogosphere is a highly competitive environment. There are now approx 175 million blogs producing around 1 million new blog […]
When A Blog Becomes A Business: Hunters Lodge Living – read about how a hobby blog can become a very successful small and thriving business.
While Blogs are mainly thought of as being associated to a particular individual, businesses can use them effectively too. As […]
Your website is your shop front to the world, it is the way you present yourself to potential new customers and prospects, and it should also be seen as an investment in your business – helping you to achieve and maintain growth and build your revenue. With all this in mind, why is it that I have seen as many poorly executed websites as I have had hot dinners?
Digital marketers that only measure cold hard statistics are starting to shiver like the Mammoths during the ice age, because as we enter the age of social, the online world is beginning to heat up as everybody expresses online love in a tangible way. To coin a phase – we are adopting esocial.
For too long, marketers have been saying that content is “king” without really knowing what that means. Far too many marketers have produced far too much content that largely gets ignored. Far too many marketers don’t produce enough content. Far too few marketers realise the importance of communities in which to distribute their content. If money is tight in B2B marketing, we need to innovate – here’s how you can do that with your content.
Some businesses seem to think SEO is an optional part of operating online – which it completely is – assuming you also think being found by potential clients online is also an optional part of your business.
In Hollywood, it’s “Lights, Camera, Action!” In the digital age, it’s “Likes, Content, Analytics”. Not everyone will be rushing to […]