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What is your blog about? The about page is the most popular page on most blogs. Don’t have one? Create it as soon as you get to the end of this post. If you already have an about page, the question is: “What is your about page strategy?” Most bloggers jump into creating an about page without a clear strategy in mind.
I’m looking over about 100 applications for an evening news writing gig over at ReadWriteWeb and thought I’d share some thoughts about the process. If I wanted to be a pro tech blogger, here’s what I’d do.
Writing a blog post can be time consuming, but if people don’t get know about your “well done article”, that post doesn’t live up to it’s expectation. A great blog post might not be read – if it was not reached to multiple level of audience. Marketing your blog post enables it to be discovered by people from different level of social networks or audience. Every blogger needs to complete a series of checklist items for each of their blog post.
There is no shortage of different types of content you can create to feed your business blog. Thought leadership-based content, commentary on industry news, data-driven analyses, list-style posts ... the options are numerous. But one type stands out from the rest.
Following in the footsteps of Storify , a new free, open-source online timeline tool is innovating storytelling on the web. Timeline , created by Zach Wise, a multimedia journalist and journalism professor, was developed in partnership with the Knight News Innovation Lab at Northwestern University , where Wise teaches. The interactive tool allows users to generate timelines on the web by curating content from Twitter , YouTube , Flickr , Vimeo , Google Maps and SoundCloud . "The tools that already exist on the web are almost all either hard on the eyes or hard to use," said Wise .