Editor’s note: This post was written by Matthew, who can be found on the Devumi Social Metrics Blog every Wednesday and Friday talking about what’s happening in the online worlds of YouTube, Twitter, SoundCloud, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. Show More Summary
Recently I’ve seen the addition of both Spotify and Netflix showing me friends activity on their sites. Spotify does this by showing friends who listen to a band on their artist pages and Netflix lists people on show pages as “watched by friends”. This is a nice feature and it’s interesting to see what your friends interests are in music and...
Later on, we’ll conspire, As we dream by the fire To face unafraid, The plans that we’ve made, Walking in a winter wonderland. Have you caught yourself at any time over the past few days and weeks daydreaming about what you plan to do in 2015? Maybe you have a new website idea you want [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
Greetings from Melbourne Australia where it has just ticked past midnight and we are now officially celebrating Christmas day (or at least I am… while the rest of my family are asleep). As I sit here – having just wrapped my latest gift – I’ve been contemplating what a massive year it has been. It’s [...]
If blogging was easy, then everybody would be doing it. Unfortunately, lots of people are doing it. As of writing, there are around 214 million Tumblr blogs in existence and 42.6 million posts published every month on WordPress that...Show More Summary
When you get 2 to 3% optin rate from your post, you feel great. You must feel though because you’re getting above the average. Many people get 1% or even.5% and they think that’s enough for them. But if you’re a new blogger, you want any additional subscriber. Show More Summary
The world of blogging is massive and ever growing. People have found a thousand ways to find success and a million ways to crash and burn. What does that mean for you? Well, it means there’s a lot of experts out there that have some great (and free) advice to help you grow your blog. Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Jawat Khan. Ask any professional blogger and he’ll tell you that selling eBooks, eCourses, trainings, tutorials and other forms of digital products is one of the most profitable ways of making a sustainable income from your blog. It’s not easy, of course. You need to spend countless [...]Show More Summary
Leading up to my wedding, I indulged in one of the most lavish things. No, I didn’t order doves to be released after the ceremony or commission an intricate ice sculpture. I hypnotically worked my way through half a tube of $45 lip gloss in just two weeks. Show More Summary
A collection of 101 specific productivity tips you can apply in the new year in order to get more done and make 2015 the most successful year you've ever had. The post 101 Productivity Hacks To Make 2015 The Most Productive Year You’ve Ever Had appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
I don’t know about you, but it’s around this time of year when I start thinking about all the things that didn’t quite work out over the last 12 months in my blogging efforts. Things I got wrong, things I didn’t try hard enough on, things I know I should do better. In short, it’s [...]Show More Summary
It’s something that hangs heavy over your head every day. You’ve got traffic flowing to your site. You’ve built an audience and overcome the obscurity problem. The number of links pointing to your site grows every day, social sharesShow More Summary
Want to start a blog in 2015? You might like to read this first… At the end of last year I did a post about the things you’d need to know before starting a blog in the year to come. It was a lot of fun predicting what I thought the next 12 months would...
So last week we went right through the top five posts on ProBlogger 2014 in each of the categories of monetization, creating content, social media, writing, and general tips. Some of them were surprising, but most weren’t – good advice is good advice, after all! I know a lot of you have seen real results [...]Show More Summary
The only true test of a business idea is whether anybody will buy. In this episode, I give a powerful strategy for testing out a niche and business idea... even when you don't have an existing audience in place yet. If you execute this strategy, you'll either save yourself a lot of time and money down the road... Show More Summary
One of the most exciting things about blogging is the actual journey and story behind many of the blogs we know and read today. Blogging has been around for over a decade now and it’s drastically changed the landscape of the internet, how people build businesses and brands, while also inspiring others around us as well. Show More Summary
It takes a lot of people a long time for them to choose a quality keyword for their website or for a specific blog post. There are tools like Wordtracker that allow you to test out keywords you’ve already thought up, but little that helps you actually choose a good keyword to test in the first place. Show More Summary
Setting up your company and going through the process of branding it may seem like a difficult thing to do for people from all around the world, but the truth that is once you get the hang of it, branding with the use of social media can turn out to be quite easy to handle from all the points of view. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: This post was written by Isabel Williams, who works at http://www.bizdb.co.uk/. With a background in new business technologies, Isabel is a passionate blogger and experienced educator who writes and lectures about leveraging the potential of the World Wide Web for business development. Show More Summary
This is not a how-to post; this is a how-to-think post. What troubles me about the majority of current content creation activities from companies is the sheer lack of strategy and purpose. I see a lot of activities — tweets, posts, articles, infographics, and more — that don’t support a real business goal. Show More Summary