Blogging has never been easy. You need to generate loads of content, you need to find the ideas that will reach your audience, you need to find visuals that will support your message and make a post more interesting to read. You need to work on the technical aspects of your blog, you need to improve your marketing, you need to participate in all conferences and meeting. You need to do so many things, that an average person cannot handle. You change your lifestyle to keep up with all of these tasks, and you do not even notice how many dreadful habits you get.
Although now you may not even notice the negative effects, in a couple of years or even months, you will see that your immunity system gets weaker, you lose your creativity and inspiration, your health is affected, and you no longer want to devote your life to blogging or any other career. You just want to have a rest and restore the energy you’ve lost while being a blogger.
What separates strong, super-charged marketing blogs from the rest? 3 common mistakes …
Blogging can be a very useful tool in your marketing toolbox, but only if you do it right. A low-quality blog is pointless.
Imagine a blog run by a small business. Maybe it has poorly written posts, irrelevant posts, or just a glorified news board. I’ve seen all three. And you know my takeaway?
“These guys don’t know what they’re doing.”
I want to talk to you today about 3 blogging mistakes I see a lot of companies making. By the way, I’ve been guilty of these myself. Most bloggers have (if they’re being honest.) Mistakes are how we learn.
Do you have a passion to see the world? Do you want to go to India, see the royal palace of Spain, swim in the clear blue waters of the Bahamas, or snap lots of photos of giraffes on your next safari in Africa? How about the Eiffel Tower of France, the gondolas in Italy, or the market streets of Mexico? Does this all sound like a wonderful dream to you that just sounds too good to be true? For those who have a passion for writing and journalism, you could totally have this. Traveling freelance writing is growing in popularity and the options are endless.
Get Paid to Travel and Write: Calling All Passionate Writers and Travelers!
But how do you go about it? How do you get jobs? What are some tips to stay concentrated on both your travels and writing? Below are some cut to the chase, simple guidelines and suggestions to help the passionate writer kick off their travel writing career with a bang!
With over 1 billion websites in the online world, and more and more people consulting the Internet prior to making their final decision on purchasing a particular product or services, it is evident startups have to do whatever it is in their power to stand out in this competitive market.
If we take into consideration the fact that almost 50% of shoppers view between 3 and 5 pieces of content before engaging with a sales representative, we can conclude that a blog is an essential ingredient for customer engagement, and ultimately, startup success.
Writing a blog might not seem like the sort of thing you want to do for your business website. You might think that your products sell themselves and that you don’t need to waste the time writing articles every day. You might think this, but you’d be wrong and here are seven reasons why your small business really needs a blog.
Carol Tice built a blog from zero to almost 12,000 readers through guest blogging and posting valuable content. She admits that in the beginning, nobody cared about what she had to say, but she stayed persistent and the results showed gradually. She went ahead to write an award-winning book “Make a Living Writing” and founded the ‘Freelancers Writer’s Den’.
Guest blogging is an easy, low-cost and effective way to market your business. It does take some time to prepare a good post, but pays off well. You can easily spread the word about your business out there and spread awareness about your niche at the same time.
The thing which sets guest blogging apart from other marketing methods is its educational value. Well-informed business owners take time out to teach people something from their experience and it makes the community learn something new. In exchange, these writers get links back to their sites and build a reputation for themselves over time.
Promoting your blog has never been easy, and right now, there are more blogs than ever before. The success of a few has prompted many to dream of seeing their blog blow up, but the reality is that a lot of hard work is needed to get there. Here are 5 key tips that you will need to promote your blog in the present time.
Copy is necessary, but it’s not something that gets the amount of attention it deserves. You’re reading copy right now. If you continue to click around this very site, you’re only going to find more copy. With the prevalence and importance of all of this copy, one might assume that it’s easy enough to write. That couldn’t be further from the truth, and it’s surprising what an impact bad copy can have. It’s time to stop taking copy for granted and be sure you aren’t making some major mistakes.
Running a blog can be a pretty challenging prospect. There are a lot of things to think about apart from writing the article itself. There’s the outreach, the functionality of your website, marketing on social media and so on. It takes a lot of time and patience to get the hang of all of this, and it can be really frustrating at first, when all you want is to be able to create the perfect blog post and be done with it.
Fortunately, there are some really powerful blogging tools out there that you can use to help you out with all of this, and today we’re going to be discussing a few of them, and how to utilize them in order to drastically improve the quality of your articles.