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Late, but Not Forgotten – Health Advocacy at Bloggy Con This Year! Special & Determined’s Marla and I became fast friends at Bloggy Con! I think if most people stop to think about why they go to a conference, networking with other bloggers comes up high on their list. Learning about blogging, using video and Youtube, utilizing pohtography, using social media appropriately … they all are important and awesome things to learn about at a great conference. But … At Bloggy Con I had a chance to spread my wings, just a little bit, as the health advocate I am.
Welcome back for part 16 of the Blogging Basics Series! It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted a series due to life stuff and other mundane things not worth exploring, but I’m back today! If you haven’t yet subscribed to my blog to keep up with this series, you’re missing out on some pretty crucial tidbits. Above my lovely face to the right are lovely ways to connect with me, or you can hit the follow button for email to the top left on my homepage , or the “follow” button on the bottom right of the page. I’m sharing blogging tips from A-Z based on my own experiences (the good, bad, and ugly), because I love bloggers and want to give something back to them.
Welcome back for part 13 of the Blogging Basics Series ! If you haven’t yet subscribed to my blog to keep up with this series and need these nuggets of quasi-wisdom, you absolutely should. Above my lovely face to the right are wondrous ways to connect with me, or you can hit the follow button for email to the top left on my homepage or hit the “follow” button on the bottom right of the page.
Welcome back for part 10 of the Blogging Basics Series! If you haven’t yet subscribed to my blog to keep up with this series, I encourage you to do so and not miss out on all these nuggets of semi-wisdom. Above my sweet face to the right are beautiful ways to connect with me, or you can hit the follow button for email to the top left on my homepage or to the bottom right. I’m sharing blogging tips and insights from A-Z based on what I’ve learned, because I love to see happy, successful bloggers and businesses prosper from having great blogs.
Tim Arends is here with a great blogging guest post to explore the different types of blogs people create and the many joyous facets of blogging. Enjoy! There are so many types of blogs. What type is yours? There is a way besides Facebook to keep your friends and associates updated on the events in your life. It is a sort of personal diary that can be viewed by many, but it is much more than that.
My buddy, # DadChat and “A Dad’s Point-of-View” Radio Host Bruce Sallan wrote a post about disappointment the other day. He always makes me think, and I have such high regard for his passion, kindness and determination . If you don’t know him yet, giv’em a heller *that’s a hello/holler* especially if you are a parent, or even a child of a parent.
Nowadays, there are many people, in the world, who are writing blogs and some of these have the passion for it in order to express their feelings to the world in words. This is a very interesting and beneficial work to do. You can earn by writing blogs too if you do it right.
I recently participated on a marketing panel where the discussion topic was titled “Digital and Online. What’s Next” and a lot of the discussion and questions were about social media and social media marketing.
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For some time now there have been sinister rumblings about the “blogosphere”. Critics seem to be saying that blogging has really had its day and will undoubtedly go out of fashion. Even this week Google announced that it was Farming “Blogger” out to other pastures.
At one time it was enough to have a website, and in actuality that was not so long ago. The goal of a traditional website was to provide an avenue in which customers and potential customers could visit to get a feel for your company. It is a bit of a ” Let me check them out…” but on a business level. So mostly everyone now has a website although I recently discovered a company or two that DID not have a website. I can’t even imagine, however that is totally another blog post. The first wave of internet, Web 1.0 had everyone create websites, however we are now way past just having a website because we are now in a much more socially engaged world.
Having an on-site blog can be a valuable marketing tool, bringing traffic to your site, illustrating your thought leadership, and generating SEO benefits. But it is also a considerable commitment of company time and resources. Many companies want to blog, but are rightfully concerned that a blog that is poor in content is not going to make the best impression on site visitors. They want the function of a blog—a place to post informal content that’s beneficial to readers and meets marketing goals—but in a less time-consuming way. Other companies just don’t have the text-based content assets a traditional blog requires: they may lack available writers, or have a highly visual site for which text is not a fit.
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