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Buzzsumo for Blogging: How to Find Awesome Content Opportunities

As a blogger, you’re always challenged to post new content frequently. That leads to another challenge: coming up with new topics that will interest your readers and, in turn, be shared. There’s now an amazing freemium tool that can make this task easier than ever before and it’s called BuzzSumo. Show More Summary

Is Paid Social Media Advertising Really Worth It?

Whether you love it or hate it, social media really is a revolutionary way to connect with an audience, convey a message, or stay in touch with friends. That said, it didn’t take very long before social’s popularity led invariably to the trend of social media advertising. Show More Summary

Man Vs. Machine: Get Better Sales by Keeping Marketing Automation Human

This is a guest contribution from Veronica Taylor. Marketing automation without a human element is just a robot on autopilot. Before, during and after each automated campaign it is essential for real people to plan, edit and review. When campaigns aren’t working, they need to be tested and updated. Most people think of marketing automation [...]Show More Summary

Against Attention: The Pre-Thanksgiving Manifesto

Attention is not a fixed resource. Thank goodness. This means the little guy and gal can rise above the crowded skyline. Just because Seth Godin has 400 million eyeballs, it doesn’t mean you can’t capture some of those eyeballs, too … Doesn’t mean you can’t attract some of that interest and loyalty. Show More Summary

Speed Up Your Site With Plugin Organizer

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How to Make a Website That Search Engines Will Love

  When learning how to make a website, you also need to understand the need for your site to be SEO-friendly. What this means is that you not only make your site easier to be found on search engines, but also make it more convenient to be viewed by visitors. Show More Summary

Black Friday 2014 Deals For Bloggers

Here's a compilation of a few opportunities I'm seeing (and offering myself) for this year's "Black Friday" week. The post Black Friday 2014 Deals For Bloggers appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Top Ten Apps for Students

Whether you are a college or high school student, or are the parent of a student, there are certain apps that you have to grab for this school year. They are geared to help you spend less, stay ahead, get more done, and study effectively. Show More Summary

Step by Step Guide to Launching Your First Product in 72 Hours or Less

If you’ve been involved with affiliate marketing for awhile, you’ve heard the advice of other seasoned marketers: Get your own product, ASAP. They tell you this because having your own product does a lot of nice things for your business. Show More Summary

Jay Baer on “Generosity Marketing” and the Power of Business Podcasting

You’d expect a guy who’s started five multi-million dollar businesses from scratch to know a thing about marketing that works. And then, of course, he’d write the book on it. In this case, the guy is Jay Baer, and the book is Youtility, a guide so useful for effective marketing it’s becoming a franchise unto [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

Why Too Much Emotional Appeal in Your Copy Can Harm Your Credibility

Let’s be clear: You need emotional appeal in your writing. Compelling stories keep readers on your website, and since you must discover their worldviews and understand their experiences so that you can serve them better, you’ll naturally learn about their emotional states. Show More Summary

5 Sources of Ideas for My Blog Posts

On a recent webinar over at ProBlogger.com I was asked by John: “Where do you get your ideas for blog posts?” It’s a question we get a lot so I thought it might be a good one to write up here on the blog. Discuss: I’m also keen to hear your experience on the question [...] Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger 5 Sources of Ideas for My Blog Posts

How to Launch a Tourism, Location-Specific Website (Part 1)

The SEO industry changes at a rapid clip. Old practices become redundant in less than months and, in effect, the odds against success prove overwhelming. I know this well enough. It affected my paycheck, my life even. For the last three...Show More Summary

A Review of this Year’s Newest Social Networks

Another year’s nearly in the books and a slew of new social networks are working to catch our attention in their respective app stores. Whether you’re looking to make new friends or find another avenue to share an opinion or tell a great story, 2014 had something for everybody. Show More Summary

Link Building: A Necessary Ingredient for Your Blog

The value of links for every blog post should never be underestimated. Despite the quality of content in your blog that could easily prompt you to wonder why the search engines would not just find your blog without necessarily undertaking any optimization efforts, the engines will still require your help to make them help you in return. Show More Summary

How to Use Google in the Most Unusual Way to Make Your Self-Editing Faster, and Better

This is a guest contribution from Karol K. You can read the first and second post in this mini series here and here.… “[...] then the evening came and she found herself sitting by the drawing board again, trying to [...]“ Um … wait a minute, is it “sitting by the drawing board” or “sitting [...]Show More Summary

The ABCs of Landing Pages That Work [Infographic]

Landing pages are bread and butter. Landing pages never stutter. Landing pages are rhyme and reason. Landing pages stay in season. See what I did there? Rhymes help make learning fun and easy. And when you want to make a living as a blogger, learning how to create landing pages that convert is a smart [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

Is Business Technology Holding Creativity Back?

It’s almost common knowledge that technology increases creativity – almost. Actually, the most recent research shows the opposite. Yes, it’s incredible, but technology apparently doesn’t help creativity at all. On the contrary, it can make it much harder to be creative. Show More Summary

5 Quick Questions with Robert Scoble: What Makes a Great Tech Blog?

  Robert Scoble is the brains behind the blog Scobleizer (which he’s just abandoned in favour of solely microblogging on Facebook), and a well-respected authority on social media, tech, and blogging. He has worked for Microsoft, and is currently with Rackspace. We were super-fortunate to grab a few minutes of his time to answer five questions [...]Show More Summary

Google Introducing ‘Mobile Friendly’ Tags in Search Results and Signal It Will Start Impacting Search Rankings

Over the last couple of years any blogger who has paid attention to their analytics will know that how people are reading blogs is changing. No longer are people simply arriving on your blog on their desktop computer or laptop but on tablets, mobile phones and more. Today I took a look at the change [...]Show More Summary

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