Great social media tricks and tips even for the more experienced social media communicators from Drew Hudson at Grovo.
I don’t know about you, but the holidays are definitely my time to go light on the blog posts. Traffic drops too, from my experience. But is it really good to go “dark” this time of year? Here’s Beth’s take on the subject:
Google Panda has made it even more essential that you use high-quality links in your blog posts – and all of your web content for that matter. But you have to know what constitutes a ‘high quality link’.
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve explored the cons (and pros) of Google Panda as well as some tips to make sure your blog meets the new criteria. This week, I want to look a little bit more generally at the Read More >
It doesn’t matter how you are or what you are writing about, at some point, you are going to fall under scrutiny for something that you did or didn’t say, or about the style of your writing.
Once you’ve got that interest of readers, you need to keep it, and evolving your content is the only way that will happen.
Although it will never replace the power of the telephone for one-on-one communication, blogging wins hands down for communicating to the masses in a cost effective manner.
Hyperlinking keywords is a step in the right direction to making the website a force to be reckoned with when people type a common search into Google.
One of the important things to look at when you’re determining what worked and what didn’t on your blog is your statistics.
Any journalist will tell you that a headline; a simple few words, holds as much importance as the body of an article. When writing a blog, the headline or title is of equal importance.