The most successful blogs offer useful content often, as it keeps readers coming back and helps with search rankings. But with the pressure to constantly come up with new ideas, it’s normal for bloggers to experience “blogger’s block” and become a bit overwhelmed with it all. Fortunately there are sites like Quora that can help you generate new ideas by discovering what people are asking about — and searching for — already. [Read more…]
Google’s oft-quoted advice for getting your blog articles ranked is that you should write rich, high-quality, and valuable content. That’s great advice and, without good content everything else you do to improve your SERP position is largely a wasted effort. However, there are many things you can do in addition to creating high-quality content that will give your articles a boost. We’re going to look at 10 basic SEO techniques that every blogger, writer, and editor should be aware of when they are creating content for the web. [Read more…]
By Hamish McKenzie On October 7, 2013Bad news, journalists. Tech companies likely aren’t going to save you from your low-paying, high-drudgery jobs at newspapers, magazines, TV channels, radio stations, or blogs. If you’re looking for the easy way…
Stack Up Your Online Potential With These Building Blocks Used properly, WordPress can be an extremely powerful tool and will let you create a professional blog or site for your business with minimal set-up time and cost. To get the most out of WordPress…
Blogging has become so huge and powerful that top marketer and direct response pioneer, Rich Gorman, believes it shouldn’t be ignored.
In fact, Rich Gorman has been blogging for years now and he credits a large part of his success as a marketer and business person to his blog.
So, what does Rich Gorman have to say about blogging? [Read more…]
Developers appeal to investors to recognize the need for a curated, peer-to-peer social search engine, which will enhance the experience of the mobile platform. London, UK — (SBWIRE) — 10/01/2013 — Project manager, Zohe Mustafa, has initiated a crowd…
I could be wrong, but the general perception is that bloggers are “techier” than the average person, yes? After all, bloggers work on a computer and are connected to the Internet more. There may be some truth to this idea, but I cannot count the number of bloggers I know who could use some tips when it comes to tech – tips that could contribute to becoming a better blogger.
Truth be told, these tips may be perceived as no brainers by some people, but I am willing to bet that there is a good number of bloggers that will find these tech tips useful. [Read more…]
By Erin Griffith On September 18, 2013The premise sounds a little looney: Memoir, an app that launched today, aims to “replace human memory.” It’s based on the concept that we will use Google Glass to record everything we ever do. Memoir aims…
Copyright infringement is a serious problem for WordPress creatives. We’ll look at how users can make infringement more difficult and whether they should.
For those of us who make a living producing content for the web, copyright is often at the forefront of the issues that generate the most controversy. The freedom with which information can be propagated through the network is fundamental to the functioning of the online information economy, but no one likes to see the content that they’ve worked hard to create disproportionately benefiting free-riders. [Read more…]
There we go again with the “P” word. Whether you’re a blogger, a social media expert, or a professional copywriter, productivity always seems to come up. I suppose the same can be said of any person who holds a job. At the end of the day, we are measured by how much we produce and the quality of what we produce.
As a full-time blogger, the chances are that you do not have to answer to a boss in the traditional sense. However, there are your readers to consider. There is the revenue. There is that personal sense of having gotten things done.
And we come back to where we started: productivity. [Read more…]