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The Proper (and Safe) Way to Republish Old Articles

Content syndication is kind of like guest posting on steroids. You get all the benefits of guest posting without the work. However, what’s interesting is that a good content syndication strategy begins with guest posting, which builds your visibility. Show More Summary

How to Use LinkedIn to Drive Leads and Make Sales

Sales prospecting can be a challenge. But luckily, LinkedIn makes it easy — if you’re smart about how to use it. Eve Mayer (a.k.a. @LinkedInQueen) is one of the most influential women in social media according to Forbes & CNN, and in...Show More Summary

Q&A: Duplicate Content Worries, and Other Questions from the Audience

What’s the best thing to do about Google’s “duplicate content” penalty on our sites, especially for sales pages? How do you stand out with a general advice site? And where should we start with a brand-new content site, when we’re not...Show More Summary

How to Sweep Away Skepticism with a Dramatic Demonstration

If you want people to believe in something that’s true-but-hard-to-believe, you simply demonstrate that your product does what you say it does. Show them how it works. Here’s one famous example … The history of the elevator is long and rich. Show More Summary

30 WordPress Themes for Creatives

It has become standard practice for any creative professional to have a website. Sometimes that website is purely a source of information, but more often than not it is a combination between a blog and a portfolio site – sometimes with a shop attached. Show More Summary

CBB090: How to Use Social Media To Distribute Your Blog Posts

In this episode, we talk about how to promote your posts on social media - primarily for free. We talk about Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google Plus. I share some tools you can use to automate it, and I also share a strategy...Show More Summary

How to Use LinkedIn to Build (and Grow) Your Online Business

It’s easy to think of LinkedIn as merely a fancy job board masquerading as a social network. Kind of like that old uncle that shows up to the family picnic dressed in a three-piece suit. Sure, you might be thinking, it has a role in the content marketing family, but it’s kind of boring and Read More... Show More Summary

How to Ensure Your Next Post Gets Seen by Thousands of People

You’ve just spent hours (or days!) writing the perfect blog post. It’s a work of art. And then you hit publish and… nothing happens. It’s a heartbreaking feeling that all of us have experienced. In this article I’m going to show you some little tricks that you can use to ensure that your next post...

Web 3.0 Is Just Around the Corner

The internet is evolving all of the time. Where we once had single web pages with just a bit of text on them has now grown into large, multifunctional sites that can contain thousands of pages. But where are we heading next? What will the future of the web look like? And how will it […] The post Web 3.0 Is Just Around the Corner appeared first on The Blog Herald.

7 Ways to Get More Social Shares for Your Blog

Social sharing is a great way for blogs to extend their reach and gain the attention of potential readers or customers. Even though social media sharing can help a blog to gain customers, fans, and/or supporters it can be a difficult task to achieve. Show More Summary

How Neuroscientist Michael Grybko Defines Empathy

Have you ever wondered why great writing creates an emotional response in readers? Welcome to another guest segment where The Writer Files host Kelton Reid picks the brain of a neuroscientist. Research scientist Michael Grybko — of the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington — returned to the show to help Kelton define Read More... Show More Summary

How to Make Your Business a Painkiller, Not a Vitamin

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a brilliant technology entrepreneur with incredibly lofty goals for himself and his business. He is the founder and CEO of, a global online freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace, but this is in no way his first entrepreneurial venture. Show More Summary

How to Make Friends With Bloggers and Journalists to Gain Influence

In this episode of Search & Deploy, host Loren Baker talks with special guest John Rampton about the art of the PR pitch and building relationships with influential bloggers. John writes for Inc., Forbes, and TechCrunch (among other sites) and took the time to discuss the pitches he gets — which ones work and which Read More... Show More Summary

Sound Like a Pro: Tips for Recording Top-Notch Audio

You may have absolutely no desire to start a podcast — and that’s fine. But chances are very, very good that at some point, you’re going to want to record some audio. These days, you can’t get away with sub-par audio quality. People expect a crystal-clear, crisp recording. Show More Summary

10 Reasons Why You Suck at Email Marketing

Did you know the average email open rate hovers around 30% and the average click through rate is between 3 and 5%? According to this recent benchmark data report from HubSpot earlier this year, it’s true. Oof, those numbers are hard to handle even on a good day. Show More Summary

Meet the Tragic Poster Boy for the Emotional Brain

While Enlightenment-era thinkers like Denis Diderot, Benjamin Franklin, René Descartes, David Hume, and Thomas Jefferson — giants from the age of reason — would like you to believe otherwise, we are not as rational as we think we are. Show More Summary

6 Blogging Mistakes that Are Costing You Website Traffic And Sales

Are you not getting enough traffic you deserve from search engines? Have you ever thought why your blog or website is not bringing you enough visitors from Google even though if you are posting quality contents? What’s wrong with your blog’s traffic? Here are few common yet widely ignored blogging mistakes you might be making. Show More Summary

9 Landing Page Goofs that Make You Lose Business [Infographic]

Boosting conversions seems simple enough. Your landing page looks beautiful. You tell people what you offer. And when web visitors arrive, the cash register starts ringing and the dough rolls in. So, why is it that our conversions often suck? Why doesn’t the register ring more often? Why do people click away rather than take Read More... Show More Summary

How To Grow Your Online Business… Especially When You’re Short On Time

This is the "secret" to making all the progress you want... and it is especially important if you're short on time. The post How To Grow Your Online Business… Especially When You’re Short On Time appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

How Jay Baer’s Books Have Opened Doors to Keynote Speaking Gigs Around the World

An experienced pro, Jay Baer has given hundreds of insightful, humorous presentations world-wide to audiences as large as 6,000. He’s a renowned business strategist, keynote speaker, and a popular emcee and event host. Jay is also aShow More Summary

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