Below you’ll find an interview about PR I did with Murray Newlands, who is one of the most influential marketers and PR strategists online.
Picture this. You visit a blog post on “How to drive traffic to your blogs” that sounded very interesting. You are enjoying the read and spent about 5 minutes reading the post. Suddenly a pop-up appears and looks straight into your face, offering you a course that teaches you how to make money with affiliate marketing.
I always find interesting posts while browsing the web, and on this post I’ll share four quite useful pieces I found recently.
Are you struggling to increase your blog comments? We all want more comments to increase blog reputation. Unfortunately most bloggers find it really hard to get more comments.
Once your websites or online businesses start growing you’ll certainly find that managing all the information becomes quite a challenge on its own. Web analytics, email subscribers and delivery rates, affiliate marketing sales, revenue from your own products and assessing profits, customer support emails, and the list goes on.
Seemingly, everyone has a blog these days. Barney Stinson. My mother. And pretty much, every company out there. And really, this should be a good thing — but all too often, it seems as though bloggers lose sight of their initial vision and land in a place with little readership and little to offer.
It’s frustrating, isn’t it?
Knowing all of the things that you know and still not being able to take your blog to the next level. The level that’ll catapult you into “popular blogger” status.
Picture this: you are working on a really long post that you think your readers will love. The post will take a lot of work to get completed, so you decide to break the task in small parts, writing a bit every day. One day you are working late at a night, and after adding […]
So you’re convinced that your business needs more than a static website and you want to use a business blog as a means of marketing your products and services. Fortunately, it’s never too late to start content marketing to grow your online presence.
For some people Twitter is simply a way to put their thoughts out about what’s going on in their world. But for us bloggers Twitter is a valuable tool to get more people to read our content.
While most web directories have languished over the years, some are still going strong, and getting your site listed on one of them can still help you, both with traffic and with search engine rankings.
Want to know a sad reality? Everything you do as a blogger causes someone, somewhere, to dislike you.
Because it’s impossible to please everyone.