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Of all topics, this is one of the perennials. People want more traffic, more attention, more awareness to their blog.
August 30th, 2010
Do you have an RSS feed on your blog?
Each day this week, prTini.com will feature lists of resources to help small businesses navigate social media and the changing business landscape.
It has been a month since we last published a post on Free WordPress Themes , we posted 20 High Quality Black Colored WordPress Themes for free download .
This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum , where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.
I have a confession to make. My name is Lisa and I used to be a really bad blogger.
People often ask me to help them create a website. In the past I’ve tended to do all the work for them but this is getting increasingly time-consuming so I’ve put together this DIY guide to: Buying your own domain name Building a simple WordPress website Setting up email and web forwarding
Contact Form is one of the most important aspect for all websites.
Why do you maintain a company blog?
I have enjoyed and toyed with Twitter since I first signed up in December 2008, not expecting the journey to be so transformational. For the first few months I sent the occasional tweet and connected with a few friends and watched the stream pass by. In March 2009 I started my blog inspired by the content, search engine optimisation, social media inspiration and evangelism provided by Hubspot .
R ecently I’ve written about maintaining your blogging focus , I frequently advocate smart time management and why you should plan things out (even though sometimes the best plan is not having one ), and a couple weeks ago I passionately shared my advocacy for the blogging platform as a means to (literally) “ change your life “. Serious shit people. Through the past year (yes we’re finally only a couple days away from the big ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY here at Life Without Pants – if you can believe it’s only been a year) – I have received countless emails and have sat down with some amazing, passionate, articulate people that all present the same dilemma: “I want to start a blog but I don’t know what to write about” So, I get it – I understand that starting a blog is a daunting task and when you go and read this “big names” out there – you can’t help but think “I’ll never be where he/she is” .
The PR industry has been in the business of “content creation” for quite some time, and the demands for content creation will likely continue unabated.
Earlier this year, I found Jeff Bullas and his blog and devoured his content.