Jerusalem will host one of the biggest events for the travel blogging industry in the world. The Travel Blog Exchange Conference will be held in March 2017 and thousands of bloggers, online travel journalists, new media content creators, travel brands and industry professionals will travel Israel’s most noted city.
Every business should have a blog, it is a vital tool in interacting with potential customers and getting them interested in your product or services. However, it is easy to screw up this important marketing tool. While it isn’t the hardest thing to master, there are several small things that can royally mess up your strategy.
Britain is currently facing a surge of criminal bigotry. Nearly every day, we hear another story of hate speech spewing as the church debates the inclusion of gay clergy. The latest story involves Jayne Ozanne, one of the leading campaigners for LGBT equality in the Church of England. According to Curve magazine, Ozanne has reported a hate crime to local authorities.
When the blog was introduced in the mid-90’s, people thought of them as online journals. Everyone made a blog about whatever interested them and the only followers they would have is people that cared about their personal lives. However, in today’s time all of that has changed. Somewhere along the line, blogs evolved into one of the most influential marketing tools on the web. So, how did this blogging evolution happen?
A company blog writing assignment can be rewarding in many different ways; it gives you a chance to release your creative energy; it allows you to network with other bloggers in the same market as you exchange guest posts; and it hones your writing skills until you can write anything — from a poem to a novel.
But there can be roadblocks to enjoying your professional blogging experience. Coming up with fresh content every week and editing the work of others who guest blog for you; all the while keeping to a posting schedule that you yourself probably did not have any input about. Here are some tactics gleaned from professional bloggers to help you stay fresh and post fresh: [Read more…]
We’ve heard some drastic stories about people that choose to blog about pretty serious events. However, one 25-year-old cancer patient has made the controversial decision to chronicle his failing health and death.
Dmitrij Panov started a blog back in February. His first entry started off with a shocking confession:
“Hello, my name is Dmitrij Panov and I’m going to die soon. It may sound strange, but that’s how it is.” [Read more…]
Every successful blog needs to be able to snag the reader’s attention from the very first moment. However, it can be difficult if the subject matter isn’t exactly the most exciting topic in the world. But, it is possible. First of all, the reader has visited your blog because they have some interest in whatever topic you are writing about, so with a little bit of thought you can make sure they stick around for more.
Blogging is a proven money-maker in today’s digital landscape for everyone from solopreneurs to big brands. Here are seven ways you can make money and receive real returns on your digital publishing investments. [Read more…]
Celebrities. They’re just like us, only rich and surrounded by loyal followers eager to bow to their every whim. Some of them even have blogs—and if you’re looking for a good lesson on engaging an audience and building a cult following, look no further than these 5 celebrity blogs. [Read more…]