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Welcome to Twitter, Edward Snowden

Earlier today, Twitter added a new celebrity to its ranks: Edwards Snowden, the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower. Welcome to Twitter, Edward Snowden (you’re only basically a decade late). His bio reads, “I used to work for the government. Show More Summary

How Joe Berkowitz (Journalist and Fast Company Editor) Writes: Part One

Author and Fast Company Editor Joe Berkowitz stopped by The Writer Files this week. His latest, a humor book titled You Blew It!: An Awkward Look at the Many Ways in Which You’ve Already Ruined Your Life, lands this October. He tookShow More Summary

3 Practical Content Conversion Tactics That Actually Work Today (and Where You Can Find Even More)

Ever wondered if those content tips you read a few years back are still relevant today? Hit Publish host Amy Harrison has just returned from a conference of conversion experts who spilled the beans on what tactics are working right this minute. Show More Summary

The Easiest Way to Know if Your Project Has Failed

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a speaker, advisor, entrepreneur, and the bestselling author of multiple books, such as Engagement from Scratch! and The Audience Revolution. He is the founder of Firepole Marketing and Productive Inbox, and the host of the Business Reimagined podcast. Show More Summary

Finding the Balance Between Pragmatism and Your Ideals

If you feel like you need to choose between idealism and getting your bills paid, look again. If you’re getting along financially but compromising your own beliefs, you’re going to make yourself sick and miserable. But if you’re leading...Show More Summary

Building a Trustworthy Brand in the Digital Business Environment

In today’s episode of the Search & Social Podcast (formerly Search & Deploy), host Loren Baker discusses social media and content with none other than Chris Brogan. Chris and Loren dive into the importance of trust and relationship building in digital business as well as traditional relationships. Show More Summary

Goodbye, Book Clubs: Book Lovers Unite on Social Media

If you’re an avid reader, you probably already use devices like Amazon’s Kindle or Apple’s iPad for flipping through those page-turners, but you may not be familiar with other aspects of the internet that can change the way you experience books. Show More Summary

BTXP 008: 37 Blogging Tips in Around 27 Minutes

Every now and then you just get stuck for ideas. I think every blogger will recognize that feeling. Well, today I’ve got 37 blogging tips for you in around 27 minutes. My hope is that it gives you something new to think about. It’s been a while since I’ve done a podcast and so decided...

Anonymous Attacks Saudi Government in Protest of Impending Execution

Saudi Arabia’s government will soon execute a young man named Ali Mohammed al-Nimr for his pro-democracy demonstrations during the Arab Spring in 2012. In response to the Saudi government’s planned execution of al-Nimr, the hacktivist group Anonymous, infamous (or famous) for its cyber vigilantism, has attacked Saudi government websites. Show More Summary

Why Originality Is King, and Why Every Online Business Owner Needs to Embrace It More

Youpreneur.FM host Chris Ducker delves into what it takes to be truly original in online business, why it’s important, and why you don’t need to cut corners in order to create new content. We are back with another solo show on Youpreneur.FM!...Show More Summary

Listen, Collaborate, Measure

Three words, simple in concept yet difficult in practice. When we talk about blogging and making relationships through collaborations the core of social media requires a better understanding of social technologies. It’s nearly reverse of traditional marketing. Show More Summary

The Entrepreneur’s Path to Building a Real Business

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a marketing expert, entrepreneur, and bass player. He is the Creative Director of Kinectiv, a marketing firm that focuses on developing business identities and providing customers with a great experience via websites, graphic design, and social media. Show More Summary

This Tiny Editorial Habit Can Make a Big Difference in Your Content

Here’s a quick tip that helps you build trust with your audience. Discover how to produce clean, professional writing in a way that also maximizes your chances of creating unique content. In this 14-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief,...Show More Summary

How to Design a Book Cover That Sells

If your book cover stinks, your book is not going to sell … period. We live in a world where first impressions mean everything when it comes to quick browsing/shopping. You’ve got something like a millisecond to get someone interested in your book through your cover. Show More Summary

How To Sell A Recurring Membership Site Subscription

How do you sell a recurring membership online? Let's dive underneath the usual quickie tactics and look at what TRULY makes your membership offer sell itself. The post How To Sell A Recurring Membership Site Subscription appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

How Not to Be a Sleaze (or a Martyr) in Your Business

Don’t take shortcuts; they take too long. I first wrote that advice in a post about site quality as an SEO strategy for content marketers. It sprang back to mind when we lost the incomparable Yogi Berra last week. Don’t worry, I’m not...Show More Summary

CBB119: How To Create An Awesome Online Training Course

Coming straight off an important discussion about how to build the different learning styles into your training products, we're now going to move into some of the specifics on how to create an awesome online training course. The post CBB119: How To Create An Awesome Online Training Course appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Crime Beat: How to Cover Crime Compellingly

Writing about crime isn’t always easy, especially if you’re just getting started as a freelancer. We’ve all read newspaper features that report crime in dry monotone, yet we all know how successful a good crime novel can be. As a blogger, the trick is to strike a balance between the two. Show More Summary

Tips for Staying Active with a Sedentary Job

  For many, working from home is the dream. But those who do it note it comes with a few significant drawbacks. For one, it’s all too easy to let your suddenly sedentary lifestyle get the best of you, making you lethargic, uninspired, or downright inactive. Show More Summary

Running a Chauvinistic Blog is a Bad Business Decision

Jared Rutledge and Jacob Owens, owners of Waking Life Espresso in Asheville, North Carolina, have been forced to close up shop. Last week, the dynamic duo were exposed as the men behind the blog, Twitter and podcast Holistic Game. On...Show More Summary

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