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How To Use Twitter For Business
Learning how to use Twitter for business comes down to knowing how to start using a SMARTER feed. Your feed is what people see, it’s what people follow, and if done right, your Twitter feed will make it much easier for you to grow your business or your brand. When a new customer or potential customer lands on your Twitter page you want them to see, a nice image, a nice clean header image and you want them to see an ACTIVE FEED.
Top SEO Analytics tools for 2015
Looking to launch your campaigns to the next level? Here are some tools to look at including SEO metrics, social media metrics, and link building tools.
4 Ways to Create an Engaging Blog Experience
If you haven’t evaluated your blog design in a while, it’s time to take a look. Find ways to incorporate these trends to make your blog easy to navigate, mobile-friendly, personalized and interactive. All of these elements will drive engagement with your content from your target audience.
How to get over your fears of posting, blogging and sharing about your business
Why would I talk about fear instead of Facebook or Twitter? Wouldn’t my readers like to read about the next greatest tip for Pinterest? Here’s the deal. Most people I meet think if they know Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest their business will take off. The truth is – it won’t.
What PR pros can learn from successful pitches
With today’s journalist shouldering more responsibility than ever before, it’s essential to master the art of pitching stories. Your pitches must immediately grab the attention of the targeted journalist if you want to get noticed and get coverage. Of course, not every pitch is going to be successful. Truthfully, many of your pitches will be met with radio silence. That’s okay. It’s inevitable. It doesn’t mean you wasted your time crafting what you hoped was the perfect pitch.
How to Set Profitable Pricing
After investing hours researching your new business idea, it is easy for the new entrepreneur to forget that the essence of business is not how eye-catching your business card is or how well-organized your home office appears.
The Nancy Reagan Approach to Content Marketing
Google has long since rolled out the red carpet for Panda 4.0, its newest algorithm update that weeds out thin, insubstantial, spammy content and press releases, sites that are keyword-heavy and contain out-of-context links, and instances of gross duplication.
How To Create A Content Marketing Plan That Quadruples Your Leads
There’s no denying the content marketing plan that quadruples leads is rare. Why? It’s an ambitious goal. And ambitious goals are usually not achieved without a plan. Most companies don’t have a content marketing plan. And most companies don’t succeed with content marketing. You can connect the dots.
2014 Action Item: Did Marketers Master Blogging?
We’ve all seen company blogs dash out of the starting gate like an Olympian sprinter. Then it’s a slow jog. A walk. A crawl. And, finally, a death. It stops entirely, and your latest blog post is from the days of the Bush Administration.
How to Start a WordPress Blog in 5 Steps
You decided to start a blog and you heard that WordPress is the easiest blogging platform to go with. Before that you had spent some serious thought into it as you are aware that blogging is a full time job.
It didn’t take you long before you decided to go through the path like most of us bloggers do; you know, starting a blog and finally, become a blogger. Here are 5 tips you need to know before starting a brand new blog