Although it seems like a natural place on your website to talk about yourself, a strong About page is really about empathy for your visitors. When you write an effective About page, you dig into your readers’ minds and then communicate that you have what they need or want. Show More Summary
This coming Tuesday/Wednesday (depending where you live) I’m running a free webinar with Chris Garrett. The time of the webinar is: Los Angeles: 5pm Tuesday 28th New York: 8pm Tuesday 28th London: 12am Wednesday 29th (sorry my UK friends!) Singapore and Perth: 8am Wednesday 29th Cape Town: 2am Wednesday 29th Melbourne and Sydney: 11am Wednesday [...]Show More Summary
Social media is changing the way we promote content and generate traffic to our websites. It’s a great way to create buzz online with people who are relevant to your niche. Social media networks have allowed bloggers to increase user...Show More Summary
Today’s customer is always busy and when they need to shop or gather information, chances are they will do that online. What’s even faster is when that customer can do all these online tasks from their smartphone or tablet device. Businesses have to be ready to configure their websites so that mobile access is not an issue. Show More Summary
Welcome back to the AwesomeWeb series! In our last post we shared 10 ways to improve team productivity. Follow these tips if you want to get more done in your online business. This week we’re talking about increasing conversions. All great marketers focus on conversions. Why? Because it makes them more money. Show More Summary
I always find interesting posts while browsing the web, and on this post I'll share four quite useful pieces I found recently. Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!
Think about it. Apple. Dos Equis. Old Spice. Procter & Gamble. Ram Trucks. Jack Link’s Beef Jerky. GEICO. GoDaddy. At some point, all these companies told compelling stories that grabbed our attention — and held it. Not just for thirty seconds, but longer. Show More Summary
What should I blog about? It’s one of the most common questions I hear from bloggers (and soon to be bloggers). Experiencing it can be seriously frustrating… Maybe it’s a fleeting moment of writer’s block, or perhaps a more terminal issue relating to the fact that you’ve nearly exhausted your chosen topic. What if you...
Wake up. Drink coffee. Fire up the computer and start typing words for today’s brilliant blog post, piece of copywriting or landing page. You’re a writer, right? Well, no. Today I want to talk about why I think a lot of the people reading this might want to have a bit of a re-think about...
Divorce is a reality particularly in the western world. People fall in love and marry, encounter problems and when they can no longer settle their issues and differences, they call it quits. Sometimes, no matter how married couples try their best to stay together, there comes a point in their lives that they fall out […]
While public relations has been officially considered as a profession only since the latter half of the 20th Century, the activity has been in existence for ages – dating back to the ancient times. Since then, public relations has evolved,...Show More Summary
What is your blog about? It’s a question all bloggers get asked from time to time. How do you answer it? It’s also a question I know many ProBlogger readers wrestle with – particularly when starting out. What is my niche? Do I even need a niche? How do I define my niche? Every time [...] Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger 3 Ways to Define What Your Blog Is About
Using email marketing as your strategy to promote your blog content is one of the best moves that you can do to get more exposure for your page and reach a wider targeted community for your brand. There are many posts out there thatShow More Summary
Writing well-structured articles that inform, educate, and entertain is not as easy as it looks. There are billions of webpages out there that contain poorly written, unimaginative, boring content. But those aren’t the descriptions you...Show More Summary
The average social media user may not face any issues with regard to crime. Trolling, sure. That’s what the Internet is for, right? Crime directly related to social media is not that common, though. Or is it? Source In recent times, however, studies have shown that there is a correlation between crime and social media. Show More Summary
Firstly, I know the headline seems counterproductive but there’s great truth to fact that many of us have been fighting for success with the wrong attitude and game plan. There’s tons of literature online regarding visualizing your objectives and end goals and always keeping a positive attitude about whatever it is we hope to achieve. Show More Summary
Bloggers put a lot of time, thought and energy into their work. While many do it simply because they’re passionate about what they write about, it’s not easy to find a blogger who is against the idea of making money off of what they do. Show More Summary
I love blogging and I could give you 300+ reasons why blogging is so beneficial and how it can massively change your business and branding forever. Instead I will just give you a list of 32. Why 32 you ask? Because it’s my favorite number and it grabs attention. Show More Summary
Running a blog of your own is a great way to get your message and expertise out there. Writing for other high profile blogs and media sites is an even better way. This is exactly what Sean has done through his powerful writing on top sites such as Huffington Post, CopyBlogger and others, while also writing for his own blog as well. Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Mark Potter. Greggs is the UK’s largest bakery chain, famed for its sausage rolls and steak bakes. They have always enjoyed a strong social media presence, winning a Digital Impact Award in 2013 for a ‘Sandwich Maker’ Facebook app. As a relatively low-budget food chain, they are a popular [...]Show More Summary