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Explaining The Perfect Website Design to Non-Designers

The skill of designing a website or blog is something that owners should learn or at least become much more aware of moving forward. It is understandable that website owners and bloggers are more focused in building content, leaving the responsibility of web design to professionals. Show More Summary

BTXP 007: Don’t Boost Your Facebook Posts

We all know the Facebook Boost button. It’s been a controversial little addition since it was released. Today I’m talking about a $200 experiment that I conducted using that button, and why I now think it’s probably best if you don’t boost your posts. There’s something much better out there. If you’ve ever spent money...

How to Use 80/20 Principle To Get To Your Best Customers

All customers are not built equal. Some make you more money and some cost you more money to keep. In a rather insightful way, Richard Koch’s classic The Pareto’s Principle (or the 80/20 Principle) actually puts numbers on the ‘some’ part of the equation. Show More Summary

6 Ways To Keep Your Blog Readers Coming Back

Getting people to read your blog is hard work. There are millions of blogs out there, so readers have an enormous choice. This means that when someone visits your blog for the first time, you need to do everything possible to make sure they come back. Show More Summary

How Bestselling Author Ann Handley Writes

In this episode of The Writer Files, host Kelton Reid invited digital marketing pioneer Ann Handley to chat about her writing process. She’s a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, brilliant keynote speaker, the world’s first Chief Content Officer, and a prolific digital content creator. Show More Summary

Button Boost: How to Label and Design High-Converting Buttons

Your website visitor hovers over your button, deciding whether or not to click. It’s the moment of truth! There’s a lot more to creating a high-converting button than simply getting the design right. Whether or not that button gets clicked...Show More Summary

226 Transitional Words and Phrases Every Writer Should Know

Good writing uses transitional words and phrases to help the reader smoothly work through what you wrote. It’s strange how simple, but powerful, these words can be. Basically, these words and phrases are used to connect one idea to the next. Show More Summary

Why #VanityMetrics Are Worthless (and What Really Matters)

It’s been a bad couple of weeks for Web 2.0. The original queen of mommy bloggers, Dooce, is retiring from blogging. And blogging’s original crown prince, Jason Kottke is having similar thoughts. For no other reason than what used to seem like a decent business model (ad-driven, independent blogging) isn’t so much anymore. Show More Summary

Clear Skies Ahead – The Shift to Cloud Computing

Editor’s note: This article was written by Christian Abbas, one of the team at Columbus UK, a provider of business telephone systems, mobiles, networking and IT solutions. He enjoys writing about technology, IT and content marketing....Show More Summary

Facebook Page Organic Search Killed Forever

As if Facebook’s 2014 update about reducing the organic reach of Pages wasn’t sufficient, the social media giant made yet another announcement that will certainly spell the death of Facebook Pages organic reach. In 2014, they reduced...Show More Summary

Showrunner Short: Why Color Psychology Matters for Your Branding

There are many elements to take into account when you are determining how you will brand your podcast. Don’t overlook the psychological impact of the colors you choose. In this Showrunner Short, Jerod Morris delivers a quick lesson on the oft-overlooked importance of color psychology in podcast branding. Show More Summary

A Much Better Revenue Model for Podcasting

It’s the new thing: 1. Start a podcast. 2. Attract an audience. 3. ??? 4. Profit! Sounds a lot like blogging in 2006. Problem is, with the exception of a few huge sites, it didn’t really work out that way for most bloggers. Which is why thinking in terms of content marketing and developing your Read More... Show More Summary

Greg Hickman on Working Backwards and the Journey to $20,000 Per Month

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is an entrepreneur on the path to success. In fact, if you visit his website, you can follow him on his journey from zero to earning $20,000 per month. He is a mobile marketing consultant, entrepreneur, podcaster, speaker, coach, and advisor. Show More Summary

My Filthy Little Secret to Blogging Success

I publish 1 eBook weekly. I publish one 6,000 word blog post weekly. I publish a new, fresh, podcast weekly. I run multiple online businesses. And….. ….I blog from paradise. Blogging’s filthy little secret isn’t so filthy to free, prolific, full time income earning bloggers, but it’s down and dirty, and elusive, to struggling bloggers. Show More Summary

The Professional Way to Proofread Your Writing When You Don’t Have Time

In this episode of Editor-in-Chief, learn how to perform a power proofreading. It’s like power napping or a power lunch: You extract a substantial benefit from a brief activity. It takes time to produce your best work. If you don’t have time, do this … In this 20-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman talks Read More... Show More Summary

The Great Paragraph Hoax

On the Internet, there is no shortage of answers to the question: “What is a paragraph?” You’ll find answers from prestigious universities and on popular forums. Unfortunately, they are all wrong. The Writing Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill defines a paragraph as “the building blocks of papers.” Fair enough. Show More Summary

10 Hard-Learned Podcasting Lessons I’ve Learned After 3 Years Of Recording (Sorta)

After 3 years of on-and-off podcasting, I've finally hit a rhythm. And after those 3 years, I learned a lot about how to do it right. Here's what I learned... The post 10 Hard-Learned Podcasting Lessons I’ve Learned After 3 Years Of Recording (Sorta) appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

CBB077: 7 Tips For The Perfect Opt-In Confirmation Page

Your opt-in confirmation page is the very first page your subscriber will see after joining your email list. So, it is a highly important page and you want to optimize it for maximum results. In this episode, I share 7 important tips and tactics for how to maximize the marketing impact of the confirmation page. Show More Summary

Are You a Talented Professional Writer? Read This …

Copyblogger loves writers. We always have. For more than nine years now, the writer has been the most important person we write for. Week in, week out. I’ve written about making a living as a professional writer. And I elaborated a bit...Show More Summary

3 Places Your Best Ideas Are Hiding In Your First Drafts

Many bloggers write drafts and then ‘edit’ their writing – but ‘revising’ is a little different and is definitely a good exercise. Today I came across a great short video by Beth Dunn from Hubspot that was recorded earlier in the year at the Inbound conference. In the video Beth talks about ‘fixing your writing’ [...]Show More Summary

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