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Five Creative Ways to Get to Know Your Audience + MORE – Blogging News -Mar 16

Five Creative Ways to Get to Know Your Audience + MORE - Blogging News -Mar 16

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6 Brands That Nailed Their Product Launches (And What You Can Learn From Them) This is a guest contribution from Shane Barker. Planning to expand your reach and grow your readership? As a blogger, you regularly produce valuable content that your audience loves. But what if you could provide your readers with something beyond your blog posts and eBooks? For instance, you could share your expertise and knowledge with your audience through online courses and webinars or other e-products – they can be a great way for your blog to reach new audiences and make more money...

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3 Tips for a Productive Approach to Email Back in 2006 Merlin Mann created a series of posts on the 43 Folders blog called Inbox Zero. I am sure most of you have heard this term, but from chatting with bloggers at conferences and meet ups, most bloggers have misinterpreted the key philosophy behind Inbox Zero. Contrary to popular belief, the “Zero” doesn’t refer to fanatically keeping your inbox empty at all times...

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Five Creative Ways to Get to Know Your AudienceAs most blogers follow a specific niche, it’s safe to say that we have a general idea about our audience’s interests. But let’s face it: There’s always something new to learn about people. In fact, certain habits may actually surprise us and even contradict something we once thought. So, wouldn’t it be nice to really, really get to know your audience and help take your blog, products and services to the next level? Today I’d like to explore some creative techniques to do just that – all without the help of more advanced systems such as Google Analytics...

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Irresistible Reading: Psychology’s 6-Tip Guide to Great Writing There is plenty of great advice around for creating compelling blog content. We read it, but knowing something and doing it are two different things. The missing link is often understanding the why. Why is great writing irresistible to your reader? And how to you do more of it? Here’s six tips from psychology for creating content your audience can’t resist...

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Design Tool Review: I fell In love With Visme and So Will YouGraphic design has become an integral part of the daily work of the online marketers and the new-age design tools are doing everything possible to facilitate the design process. The need of an easy-to-use design tool targeted at amateur designers has created a huge market gap that was quickly spotted by numerous IT startups around the world...

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5 Content Optimization Mistakes You’ll Wish You Fixed Sooner By now you know that — technical details aside — SEO is not separate from content marketing; it’s an integrated aspect of content marketing. Optimizing your content for search engines is part of your craft and a skill you can strengthen with practice. But even when you rank well for search terms your audience uses, the real test is what happens when someone clicks through to your website...

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Zen and the Art of Content Marketing Google reminds me that we’ve covered the intersection of Zen and business a few times at Copyblogger … which doesn’t surprise me a bit. At the heart of Zen is the concept (which is not a concept) of nonduality. In the words of Shunryu Suzuki: “To speak of waves apart from water or water apart from waves is a delusion...

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Introducing the New StudioPress Blog Well, it’s been a while since you’ve seen my byline around here at Copyblogger, but that’s for a few good reasons — I’ve had my head down and been working hard over at StudioPress (specifically, the all-new StudioPress Sites you’ve been hearing about). If you’re interested in checking it out, you’ll see that the StudioPress site looks quite different from how it has in the recent past, and that’s because we’ve been making the experience over there the best we possibly can for our customers...

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