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College is the place where you become responsible and somewhat on your own. In fact, that’s where you should actually learn and force yourself to be on your own. Going through the academic years can be really a tough job with all the...Show More Summary
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Did you ever waste your time on marketing strategies that didn’t bring you any results? If you ever tried Social Media Marketing my guess is that your answer is “Yes”. There has been plenty of debate in the past on whether SMM is anShow More Summary
I vividly remember the first time I heard Black Flag. It was in a kid named Mike Goodman’s bedroom, and the record was called Damaged. That’s how it was pre-Internet in suburban Houston. If it wasn’t on the radio or MTV, it was invisible — unless some cool kid turned you on to something new Read More... Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Dr Alice Boyes. Blogging is a world of infinite opportunity, but sometimes what’s holding you back is you. Check out these common problems and some suggested solutions to help you kick it up to the next level. 1. Imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is when, despite your accomplishments, you [...]Show More Summary
A blog serves as a platform to share your ideas and build a readership from your target audience. Sounds simple enough, which is why lots of people own a blog to do exactly these things. But you know what’s not simple? Blogging platforms. Show More Summary
The headline is the most important part of every blog post. In this episode, we discuss a counter-intuitive, but highly effective exercise you should go through on EVERY blog post in order to model and create highly effective blog post headlines. The post CBB060: How To Model High-Converting Headlines appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
Today’s post is a product announcement combined with an explanation of how to name your products. Step number one… Don’t do what I did. OK, I guess I should explain… I’m good at many things, but I never claim to be good at it all. And...Show More Summary
I’m looking forward to speaking at the Authority Rainmaker conference this May in Denver, Colorado. As a longtime Copyblogger fan, it’s a great privilege, and I can’t wait to meet many of you. The title of my talk will be: How to Design Interactive Content — Moving Beyond Button Clicks and Form Fills. Show More Summary
Before Fan Page Funnel 2 Products: When Josh Dunlop first came to us, he was running a small photography blog and trying to make a little money on the side with it. You’ve probably been there, or are there now, you’ve got 2 products,...Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from copywriter Robin Geuens. Can I ask you a question? When you published your first post, did you think youíd get lots of traffic? Did you think that everybody couldn’t wait to comment on a job well done? Did you? I know I sure did. But then reality kicked in. In [...]Show More Summary
If you are looking for a professional blogging job, you should check out these job boards for bloggers where new web sites, brands and blogs are always coming to list their latest jobs, projects and outreach to bloggers around the world. Show More Summary
Selling isn’t what it used to be. And for most of us, that’s a good thing. Gone are the days of alpha males who are “always closing.” Today, in the new era of selling that has dawned, many of us are spending much more of our time selling than we even realize. This is the Read More... The post Dan Pink on How to Succeed in the New Era of Selling appeared first on Copyblogger.
This is a guest post written by Tamar Weinberg, VP of Customer Success of influencer marketing platform The Shelf. The Shelf is a social influencer marketing platform ensuring that you connect with the most relevant influencers. The Shelf’s technology includes patent pending brand and ecommerce indicators. Show More Summary
If you read the headline, “Portland Entrepreneur Raises $13 Million by Enticing 62,000 People to Buy His Cooler,” which part fascinates you? How about, “7,000 Hungry Folks Raise $55,000 for Potato Salad Project?” I imagine, if you’re anything like the majority, those large amounts of money stand out. Show More Summary
Content is king – I know you’ve heard this a million times. But who said your content only needs to be a blog post, an eBook or an email course? How about running a live webinar with your audience? It’s great for your brand image, connects you with your audience at a more personal level and helps you build dozens of new connections and relationships. Show More Summary
Online reputation management is quickly becoming one of the most heard phrases in the blogging and internet marketing space. If you haven’t heard of it already, you probably will soon enough. In the past, all you needed to worry about was making sure you “had a presence” online. Show More Summary
Working with brands on blogs is big business, and for one blogger making a full time living through advertising and sponsorships, there are 100 more who’d like to. Louisa Claire has been blogging for nine years and runs Brand Meets Blog, where she connect brands with bloggers and trains bloggers on how to work professionally with [...]Show More Summary
2014 was a prolific and interesting year for digital marketers, with social media hits reached unprecedented heights. From selfies (and group selfies) going viral to campaigns like the #IceBucketChallenge and #BringBackOurGirls, and of course the #Bendgate hullabaloo – there were a lot of examples which marketers can learn from. Show More Summary