Tag Archives: blogging

The Anatomy of an Ideal Blog Post

Chances are, you’ve heard of the many amazing benefits of business blogging. Key for driving and converting traffic, establishing industry authority, boosting search engine optimization and more it can help get you on the map online. If you’re looking to get started, the following elements make up the anatomy of an ideal post.
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10 Blogging Tips for Beginners, Businesses and Everyone in Between: Part 2

Chelsea Oliver

Posted on: April 21, 2015

Posted by: Chelsea Oliver

Categories: Creative & Design, Digital Culture and tagged , , , , , ,

Are you starting a business blog in 2015? A great way to generate traffic, boost SEO, establish industry authority and drive conversion and results, this content marketing tactic is here to stay. Read on for 10 more useful tips and be sure to check out Part 1 of this series.
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10 Blogging Tips for Beginners, Businesses and Everyone In Between: Part 1

Whether it’s a personal passion or a company venture, blogging is a great way to get out there and get noticed online. Always a journey, it takes time and effort to figure out what really works to generate the traffic, readers, shares and more that you desire. If you’re looking to learn more about how to blog successfully, read on for 10 great tips.
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10 Ways To Get Your Blog Posts To Go Viral

Kristen Scott

Posted on: October 21, 2014

Posted by: Kristen Scott

Categories: Development and tagged , , , , , , , , , ,

Wondering whether it’s even possible to go viral without a million dollar budget? It most certainly is. While having quality content is one thing, you have to put in a little bit of work to make it go. Most of the time, if not all of the time, this means that you have to place it in front of readers’ eyes in order to be found through all the noise. Below are 10 ways to get your blog posts to go viral.

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A Free and Professional Online Marketing Toolkit

Kristen Scott

Posted on: October 1, 2014

Posted by: Kristen Scott

Categories: Digital Culture, Marketing Budget, Social Management and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , ,

online marketingYou may have noticed the abundance of apps scattered across the Internet, many claiming to simplify and streamline social media management for your business.

Since different platforms require different ways of thinking—Facebook posts are longer than those for Twitter, which have a different voice than LinkedIn status updates —there’s no real cut and paste. We have, however, put together this toolkit to help you create better content, faster. Bookmark this Online Marketing Toolkit for templates, tips and tools that you can use over and over again to enrich your social media accounts, your business blog and even your company website.

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5 More SEO Don’ts: Part 2

In Part 1 of this YaBlog series, we discussed 5 of the top SEO don’ts – stealing content, keyword stuffing, link schemes, content spinning and ad spam. This week, we’re back with 5 more “tips” that, in order to achieve SEO success, we recommend businesses avoid. Read on for great ideas on how to get in good with Google, and get found online.
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4 Reasons why you should commit to a business blog today

Kristen Scott

Posted on: February 11, 2014

Posted by: Kristen Scott

Categories: Development, Social Management and tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Everyone understands that the blog in itself is a voice. It is a medium by which people are heard; they can complain, praise and even educate. Today, personal blogs are trusted as sources for valuable information. They have become so widely read that citation rules are being applied.

Can that same success transfer to a business blog? The answer is ‘Yes’. 

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Best Practices For Blog Promotion In 2014

Charles Doyle

Posted on: January 8, 2014

Posted by: Charles Doyle

Categories: Copywriting, Digital Culture, SEO Content Strategy and tagged , ,

While there are several fundamentals of successful blogging that are unlikely to change anytime soon (consistency in posting, casual writer’s voice, readable length etc.), the breakneck pace of changing technology and sheer number of new blogs that pop up daily make it all the more difficult to effectively promote your forum in 2014. The ever-growing diversity of voices on the web is a positive thing, but also means that you must consistently adapt to keep up with the trends and best practices most likely to help you achieve more pageviews. Here are some tips for keeping your blog fresh in 2014:
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