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Case Study: 3 LinkedIn Users Share Their Specific Successes and Challenges on the Platform

Prepare to grab LinkedIn tips and information on this episode of The Missing Link that even host Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia didn’t expect! Three of our Certified Content Marketers (Louisa Chan, Carin Kilby Clark, and Megan Williams) take the time to share surprising information at every bend in this nonstop episode. Show More Summary

The Most Popular Sports Teams on Social Media

In the United States, (American) football is king. An entire day of the week, Sunday, is devoted to the National Football League (NFL), but if you take into account Friday night’s high school football games, Saturday’s college football...Show More Summary

11 Insights on Finding a Writing Voice Readers Take Seriously [SlideShare]

This is the trap we typically fall into online: We survey the landscape, note what our contemporaries and competitors are doing, and do likewise. We might put a small spin on what we see, but we largely end up saying something mild and meaningless to avoid criticism. Show More Summary

Pope Francis Starts a Trend (or Two)

Pop quiz: if hashtags about Pope Francis in America weren’t trending on Twitter, would he really be in America? In the news today, Pope Francis starts a trend (or two) on Twitter. Catholics and non-Catholics alike are buzzing over the Bishop of Rome’s visit to the United States. Show More Summary

Bloggers: Who Has Your Back?

Leaving corporate life to strike it out on your own as a freelancer can be scary for many reasons. Among them, the lack of benefits a typical employer provides. What do we mean by benefits? Pretty much the basics: health insurance, a 401k, and paid vacation time. Show More Summary

The Anatomy of Amazing Podcast Show Notes

In this episode of Youpreneur.FM, host Chris Ducker pulls back the red curtain and discusses how a podcast comes together as he talks to Lara Loest, his show notes editor. Lara breaks down the process, what it takes to put together quality show notes, and understanding new processes. Show More Summary

Publishing Lessons from Dave Pell, the Web’s Most Fascinating Email Newsletter Writer

Dave Pell, the man behind the extremely popular curated email newsletter “NextDraft,” has perhaps the best list of testimonials anywhere. On most testimonial pages, you might see one marquee name, followed by a list of no-names. Mr. Pell’s testimonials involve a list of Who’s Who in the news world. Show More Summary

Blogging Skills Checklist: How Do You Measure Up?

We often look at “external” metrics like email subscribers and traffic levels, but should we also occasionally look at our own blogging skills to see whether they are developing nicely? This idea has been floating around in my brain for a while now, and so I decided to do a type of audit to see...

How to Market Almost Anything Online: A Conversation with Neil Patel

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the co-founder of the analytics companies Kissmetrics, Crazy Egg, and Quick Sprout. He is a frequent contributor to publications, such as Inc. Magazine, Fast Company, Forbes, and Entrepreneur magazine. Show More Summary

Paid in Full: How to Charge More and Collect On Time

Let’s face it — client work can be demanding and even frustrating. But the level of suck goes up exponentially when you aren’t getting paid enough … or at all. Today on Unemployable with Brian Clark, Brian chats with Brennan Dunn about...Show More Summary

How to Write for Media Outlets, Large or Small

On PR is Dead, host Doyle Albee has been talking about what reporters (editors, bloggers, etc.) like and don’t like, and this week you hear it straight from the source. ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Lisa Ryckman talks about what she looks for in contributed content and what irritates her (not much, as it turns out!). Show More Summary

CBB118: How To Create Training Content That Works

If you're going to create informational training products that SELL, you're going to need to make it effective. With that in mind, you need to pay some attention to specifically engineering your product to get the stated result on the receiving end: your student. The post CBB118: How To Create Training Content That Works appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Your Last Chance this Year to Join Our Community of Professional Content Marketers

This week will be the your last chance this year to join Authority — our private community of content marketers. We’re going to be moving to limited enrollment periods, so that the Authority team and I can put all of our focus on giving our community members the best experience we can. Show More Summary

Do You Recognize These 21 Blogging Mistakes?

While the pathway to blogging is different for everybody, and you could argue there’s no “wrong” way, in today’s ProBlogger podcast I discuss some of the mistakes I made when first starting out, and the most typical mistakes I see newer bloggers making. I wonder if any of you recognize yourselves in these behaviours that could very [...]Show More Summary

If Blogging Were a Sport, Here are Three Things I Learned While Playing the Game

This is a guest post from Laura Forde from Life of the Differently Abled. When I think of blogging, I think of a sports stadium with a game being played on the field. It truly doesn’t matter the sport in question for this analogy to work, what matters is this: What matters is that the [...]Show More Summary

Blogging Local: How to Find Freelancing Gigs in Your City

Working at home is great, but it comes with a major drawback: it’s easy to start feeling isolated if you never get the chance to leave the house. It’s quite a dilemma. You love being a freelance writer for all the opportunities and freedom...Show More Summary

Introducing the Facebook “Dislike” Button

During a Facebook townhall style Q&A with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg announced news that seems to be right out of 2008: Facebook has been working on a new Facebook “dislike” button. That’s right: approximately 1.4 billion users worldwide will soon have access to this new button. Show More Summary

How Andy Weir (Bestselling Author of ‘The Martian’) Writes: Part Two

The New York Times bestselling author of The Martian dropped by The Writer Files to chat with host Kelton Reid about his writing process and the upcoming movie adaptation of his hit book, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon (release date October 2, 2015). Show More Summary

How to Use Humor in Content (Without Looking Like a Clown)

Have a sense of humor? Want to try a lighter style of marketing without looking like an idiot? Today’s episode of Hit Publish is for you. Using humor is a great way to build bridges and tear down barriers with your customers. More and...Show More Summary

How to Overcome Shiny Object Syndrome

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is an entrepreneur and businesswoman, speaker, business adviser, and the author of the Amazon bestseller, EXIT! 12 Steps to Sell Your Business for the Price You Deserve. She is the founder and CEO of The WELL. Show More Summary

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