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Ginny Soskey presents an infographic on the topic created by WhoIsHostingThis.com.
"A compilation of 25 basic styles of blogging from award winning blogger and author of Personality Not Included, Rohit Bhargava (photo, left). This presentation includes tips on how often to use each and [the] potential to create buzz and blog traffic by using each. . . ."
Lee Odden (photo, left) covers the topic. Author bio – Lee Odden is the CEO of TopRank Online Marketing, a Minneapolis based digital marketing agency specializing in strategic internet marketing consulting, training and implementation services including: Content, Search, Email and Social Media Marketing.
"I enjoy coaching people with their blogging efforts and there are 10 pieces of advice I seem to dispense the most often. So I thought you might be interested in these ideas. Whether you are blogging for your business or for the pure joy of it, I think these ideas will help you: . . […]
Jennifer Frost, with GrammarCheck.net, presents the infographic. Author bio – Ms. Frost works at Ayuttahia English School and lives in Bangkok, Thailand.
"In this post, I talk about 5 pivotal actions I made in the last year to ignite my blog growth to take off, raise my profile online and get results for my business," says Donna Moritz (photo, left). "Let me tell you something about me and my blog. We are in a committed relationship. It’s […]
According to Melanie-Grace Obar, "Creating a brilliant business blog need not be a difficult task. Though it can seem overwhelming with all of the choices relating to hosting, graphics and domains, blogs are relatively easy to create these days. The social media boom has allowed any business to make themselves publicly available to and able […]
". . . This infographic demonstrates how to repurpose existing content in a different media format, get more bang from your archives, and reach new and different audiences in the process. "The graphic is based on 21 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have a Clue by Copyblogger guest writer Danny Iny. We’ve […]
According to John Jantsch (photo, left), "Every so often I get asked if blogging still matters now that we have Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter. That question used to frustrate me greatly until I started making this distinction."
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