More great stuff from around the web! Today we have some ideas for helping you reuse your old content – and none of that tired “make a top ten list” stuff. There’s also a word of caution about bad marketing goals (with great alternatives), ideas to help you not only blog but do it every day, some inspiration about choosing the right people to surround yourself with and more great stuff about marketing and business.
I’m excited about this week’s posts! There are some great tools here – from one called Pinwoot for Pinterest, to a bunch of Twitter tools that can help boost your marketing. There’s a great story about someone’s horrible second grade teacher (and how it relates to creativity) plus more fun, cool and useful stuff. Grab a donut and enjoy!
This week’s roundup is full of practical advice and help that you can use immediately, whether you want some Twitter marketing tips or a way to evaluate the quality of your website. The grammar police are making a visit too, so check to see if you’re breaking any rules that could haunt you later!
This week’s roundup is all about variety. We’ve tackled a few new topics this week, including a post about how to be a good Redditor (if you haven’t used Reddit yet, now’s your chance), how to write a tagline, and a fun post with lessons learned about business from Breaking Bad’s Walter White. If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll want to read this one!
Want some practical tips you can implement right now? We got ’em! Want something that will make you think a bit? We got that, too! This week’s roundup has it all – a stack of great places to promote your blog, some super simple ways to lower the bounce rate on it, and a thorough post about how to take advantage of local SEO options. There are also a few “thought exercise” posts – one about rethinking your to-do list (I promise its not as simple as that) and another that challenges your thinking about what a logo really is and does. Read one, read them all. Let me know which you found most helpful.
This week’s roundup will keep you busy! There are a couple of great posts about content marketing, a post about the art of asking the right questions in order to get to the heart of what your customers need, and one that reminds us that if you’re not prioritizing marketing then you won’t get results. There’s sure to be at least one to catch your fancy. Grab your coffee and enjoy!
This weekend I found a nice mix of posts that tackle everything from planning and managing your time, to boosting the effectiveness of your business blog. There’s a nice step-by-step Twitter guide, some SEO tips for those of us scared of Google and without the budget to hire a full-time SEO professional and a post about putting together a killer editorial calendar to cover your full marketing plan. Read, learn and enjoy and please do let me know about any great blogs you find (or write) so I can share them with everyone!
This week’s blogs are gems… And I admit to cheating a bit and collecting a series or two, so you may want to pour some coffee and pull up a chair. You’ll learn how to conduct a social media audit, get some insights into “best time to post” data, even take a look inside one blogger’s (sound) strategy that led to a 300% increase in his web traffic. There’s plenty to learn from here and I hope you’ll enjoy this roundup.
This week’s blogs have plenty of variety to go around. There are things to learn and a couple of interesting first-hand experiences that I found thought-provoking. There’s a look inside the Empower Network, a warning against spam, an amusing look at the “SEO expert” and an even more amusing list of Seinfeld metaphors (in the interest of helping you learn how to write your own!) Let me know what you find that interests and helps you the most!
This weekend we’ve got a great mix of practical stuff combined with a bit of marketing philosophy to get the debate started. You’ll enjoy learning about new Pinterest features as well as some really cool LinkedIn features you should probably be using. There’s some help for those of you struggling to fill a content calendar. We’ve also got a debate over the value of influencer marketing and one about customer loyalty that should ring a few bells. Enjoy!