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12 Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post for Content Marketing

12 Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post for Content Marketing

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The Neil Patel Method To Getting Great Blog Content When it comes to blogging, one of the key pain points is getting content. As a business owner, it may be hard to delegate time for yourself or your employees to write quality content for your blog vs. work on revenue generating projects. And when it comes to content, we’re not talking about just any content, but content that people want to read, search engines want to crawl, and social media users want to share. In today’s post, we’re going to look at the different ways you can attract quality writers for your blog. RSS Blog Directories to Submit Your Blog and Feed - Online Marketing Blog from TopRank® Home About Resources Archives Subscribe Consulting Contact Online Marketing Blog Home Optimize Subscribe Content Marketing Social Media SEO Interviews More » RSS – Blog Directories Below is a list of the submission urls for RSS and blog directories that you can submit your blog or RSS feed to. This list is a work in progress and will change often.

‘Grow Your List’ to Grow Your Integrative Health Business Why you must develop a subscriber list & 27 ways to make it happen. There’s no single magic silver bullet approach for growing integrative health and medicine practices today. It requires comprehensive strategy featuring a range of digital and non-digital communication tactics of which email marketing is incredibly important. Neither the newest nor sexiest digital ‘tool’, email remains the most direct, effective method to engage consumers. As the centerpiece of your marketing communications strategy, email messages must be consistently delivered, relevant and helpful. Yes, self-serving promotion and sales efforts should be tastefully added to your editorial-based content mix but to build trust, you must stay focused on your customer’s needs, not yours.

How the Pros Use “Sound Bites” to Get More Web Traffic Attention spans have never been shorter… …and if you want your ideas to spread, you must create sound bites. “What’s a sound bite,” you ask? 8 Ways To Be Timeless And Get Off The Content Treadmill The New York Times is shutting down some of their blogs as they “got very, very little traffic, and they required an enormous amount of resources, because a blog is an animal that is always famished.” According to Ian Fisher, the assistant managing editor, there is a constant pressure and the visitors “expect us to be filling the artificial container of a blog” with new content on a very frequent basis. Blogging is not about feeding the hungry beast and constantly manufacturing new content through assembly line writing. A trap that many content marketers fall into is trying to keep up with Mashable and similar sites in terms of content output and type of topics they cover. For most of us it is impossible to churn out such a large amount of content in such speed. This pressure to quickly increase the output lessens the overall quality of content.

12 Common Misconceptions about Content Marketing I don’t know everything about content marketing – no one does. Sometimes we are tempted to think we do but when the truth comes home there is always a lot more to learn about content marketing’s role on the social web. The concept is constantly evolving and we content marketers will strive to perfect it indefinitely. But currently, some are promoting false ideas about the concept of content marketing and these are sometimes preventing others from having success. Here is my list of misconceptions you should not fall for – I would be happy if you add yours to it… 1.

How to Get Major Media Coverage For Your Business with No Connections Getting featured in the media is GREAT for credibility, traffic, and sales. And you can do it WITHOUT CONNECTIONS. Here’s how… How the “Drafting Technique” Helps You Score Loads of Press, Traffic, and Links What an unfortunate freeze frame, right? Quick, press play! Top 20: Creative Blog Content Ideas That Will Enchant Your Readers and Keep Them Returning For More Blogging The Fresh: Interesting and Good Blog Content Ideas to Make Your Blog Sticky and Memorable Old and new bloggers alike, as well as writers and authors are always looking for new content ideas on what to write for their audience. After writing the “10 Methods for Getting New Ideas and Inspiration for Hot Blog Topics”, I have got lots of readers asking about more blog content ideas and so I thought to do a list type post that is both scanable and actionable enough for any blogger to expand the type of contents they write. This post is an insight into some wow and fun ideas for writing blog contents are meant to spur your creative mind to work so that whenever you think about what to blog, you have a list of fresh, diverse blog content ideas that will ensure that your readers are never bored of visiting your blog. 1.

A Completely Biased Point of View on Content Marketing Ever pour your heart and soul into an article, guide, slide deck, infographic or some other form of content only to see it published and quickly die on the vine? Maybe a few co-workers, friends and family members shared it to try and conjure up a smidgeon of virality. The public-facing performance of the content looks absolutely pathetic – just a few social shares and a big fat zero next to the Google Plus button. Luckily, you’re the only one who can see the analytics.

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