If you are making use of some of the major social media channels for marketing, driving traffic, generating leads and sales then here are
If you are considering starting an online home business or keen on earning extra income online there is a very important question that you need to ask yourself before you start searching for opportunities.
Do you have time available on a daily basis to devote to an online home business? If not, are you prepared to make some sacrifices such as giving up a couple of hours of TV viewing or getting up earlier and going to bed later in order to free up some time?
If you are new to blogging you may be wondering what you should be doing and what to expect and wishing you had a blogging guide to follow. Many people think that they can start a blog and publish a few posts and ‘bingo’ the traffic starts arriving in droves. Unfortunately it doesn’t work like that!!
Trying something new for the first time can elicit a whole range of emotions. Whether you’re nervous about the outcome or excited for the new challenge (or both!), there’s always that element of the unknown.
With constantly changing algorithms it’s not easy keeping up with what will produce an seo-friendly blog post. To gain good search engine rankings for your blog posts, search engine optimization is still important.
Search engine optimization is so important for marketers, but it can be a pretty tricky tactic to master with Google’s copious algorithm updates. What matters, and what doesn’t? What’s best practice, and what’s old-school? How can I remember it all, anyway?
Is your blog performing the way you want it to? Are you attracting new visitors and subscribers on a daily basis as well as increasing your sales? In order to increase our blog performance we are often told to add good quality, unique content on a regular basis. But for many this does not have the effect that we are looking for.
So you want your business blog to perform better. What do you do? Uhh …
We are living in an age when we expect instant results. The same applies to most of us when we first launch a blog and start adding content on a regular basis. We expect to start seeing results from blogging immediately. We expect to receive visitors and making sales within a few days. Like a lot of things online it takes work, time and patience.
Be honest: As a content marketer, you’re maintaining an existence that relies on instant gratification in order to gain fulfillment.
Are you faced with the dilemma of not knowing which blog comments to delete and which to approve? When you first start blogging you may be unsure of which blog comments are spam and which are legitimate. A blog post entitled “Should you delete that? A guide to moderating blog comments“, recently published at HubSpot contains some very useful information to help you.
If you’re looking for a post that gives you the green light to delete those annoying comments you get on your blog, good news: This is the post for you.
Marketing online is something we all need to learn how to do if we want to run a successful online business. There are so many different methods and so the skills take time to learn. Sometimes we want to tear our hair out when trying to master everything at once. But, we need to take it step by step, master a couple of methods and then move on to the next one.
Hubspot published a very useful article recently entitled “Free Content Creation Resources, How to Dominate Organic Search, and More in HubSpot Content This Week” by Erik Devaney
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