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Why? Learning blogging software takes time, trial, and error. It demonstrates your writing skills — for better or worse. It requires some graphic design ability. You have to entice traffic, otherwise you’re talking to yourself.
As a business owner and entrepreneur you have learned the lessons and developed expertise that has made you successful. That expertise has value for your peers. Sharing your knowledge and passion can position you as a thought leader in your industry and create opportunities and win and secure new clients.
Social products are an interesting bird. For even the most experienced product designer, social products prove an elusive lover. While there are many obvious truths in social products, there are also alot of ways to design them poorly. Especially when you are deep in the moment making pixel-level decisions trying to remember what’s important, things may not be so clear. The only magic I’ve found in designing compelling social products that have the best shot at breaking through the noise and capturing people’s time and money is in being extremely clear on how your social product meets a few key design principles. 1.
Since the beginning of time, people have exploited the human desire to sin so that they could achieve their goals. Finding out what causes people to sin helps us understand the triggers which prompt people to take an action. The Web has made it even easier to exploit these tendencies to sin, in order to build user engagement and excitement about your service or product.
E very Internet marketer knows about the importance of creating content. Whether it’s creating content for their blog, or creating content in the form of articles to submit to article directories, or creating content by writing guest posts on other people’s blogs in the same marketplace – it’s all about creating content. You’ve most likely even heard of the phrase “Content Is King”.
As I was looking over Clay Collins’ second pre-launch video last night, it struck me that he used a really effective means of storytelling that was almost guaranteed to keep viewers glued to the screen for the entire video (and it’s a strategy I’ll be using in my first video for the 2010 More Buyers Mastermind launch as well). I want to talk to you about it today because whether you use videos or good-old-text for your sales materials, this lesson will keep readers sticking with you down to the last word if you do it right. And of course, we’re going to talk about how to do it right.
I wrote an article earlier this year on “ 30 Tips To Make Your Companies Blog Rock ” and I had quite a few comments by readers and some added more tips on other keys to making a blog successful. So I have taken their suggestions, added them to the list and provided some more that I have discovered recently. Blogging is a journey and as technology develops there will be more ways to optimize your blog.
This is a guest post from Gloson . It is part of The “Bad Ass” SEO Guest Blogging Contest. Most of us have been trapped in blogger’s block before – very determined to write the next high-quality blog post to benefit your beloved readers!