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Content marketing is a relatively new type of marketing that provides free media-type content to customers in exchange for their attention.
I was watching Seth Godin who is one of the worlds top bloggers, being interviewed the other day on an online video.
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.
This is the first article of a three part series on blogging , which is a terrific way to promote your small business. It is such a low cost and effective way to market your business to your target customer and raise your thought leadership in your industry. The series will focus on How to Get Started Blogging , 9 Ways to Get Your Blog to Stand Out and How Professional Bloggers Make Money . Blogs are successful when the writer provides helpful content to a specific niche audience. Getting your blog noticed takes an integrated strategy — great headlines, good writing skills and social media marketing.
In the first two parts of this series on blogging, I discussed how to get started blogging and 9 ways to get your blog to stand out , and now, part three is about how to go pro as a blogger and build a business. This blog post is all about how to monetize a blog. Author, Michael Hyatt is chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishing by day and the publisher of the one of the nation’s top leadership blogs www.michaelhyatt.com , by night. His blog attracts more than 300K visitors a month, and he admitted that 90% of his time these days is spent blogging and speaking to promote his personal brand. In June, Hyatt released, , which debuted on the New York Times Bestseller List. He says it is a practitioner’s guide to blogging and social media marketing.
Every blogger wants their blog to break through the ever-growing number of blogs to be top in their category.
Last week while attending BlogWorld I noticed a recurring discussion pertaining to increasing blog readership.
Does your blog design make you look dumb?
This post is the second in the 6-part series “How to Create Bite-Sized Content Your Readers Will Devour and Share.”
This post is the first in the 6-part series ” How to Create Bite-Sized Content Your Readers Will Devour and Share.” Click here to read more posts in this series.
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