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Top Resource: “The Complete Guide to Building Your Blog Audience” from QuickSprout + MORE – Blogging News -Jun 09

Top Resource: “The Complete Guide to Building Your Blog Audience” from QuickSprout + MORE - Blogging News -Jun 09

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How Often Should You Change an Advertising Message? (Way Less Than You Think) In 1996, Richard W. Lewis, New York City ad man and executive at TWBA, wrote in his best-selling book The Absolut Book: The Absolut Vodka advertising campaign has been running nonstop for 15 years, since 1981. This is remarkable because in the advertising business, campaigns can change as often as every year, as marketers attempt to keep their brands’ personalities fresh...

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5 Ways to Get Your Guest Post Offer AcceptedGuest blogging is dead! That’s the panic cry of many bloggers and content marketers these days; but no, it isn’t necessarily true. Robyn wrote a thoughtful article on that very topic recently, and I suggest you take a look at it to get a more positive perspective: Guest Blogging is Not Dead, It Has Matured – A New Guide for Online Writers...

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3 Signs Your Content is Too Sexy to Be Taken Seriously When you’re deciding what content to create for your business, the lure of sexy is tempting. A new “Top 10″ post goes viral. Or maybe a controversial blog post gets featured on a top site and catapults you (and your business) into the spotlight. A sudden influx of views, shares, and attention is appealing … But sometimes showing peacock feathers can have a fleeting appeal if you want your reader to take you seriously in the long term...

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BloggingPro Job Board Highlights (June 2-6)Who’s following the NBA Finals? Who are you rooting for? Whichever team, here are the job board highlights. Data Journalist Associate Data Approach is growing and are looking for a data journalist to join their team. First off, what’s a data journalist? A data journalist is someone who can distill a complex set of numbers, find the story in it and write about it in such a way that the layman would be able to understand what you’re saying...

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This week we’ve been looking at what to do after you’ve hit publish on your blog posts. Today I’d like to suggest a task that I think has real potential to help our blogs to make a big impact upon our readers by taking them on our journey. Think about how to extend the ideas in your post, and follow it up with more content...

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Top Resource: “The Complete Guide to Building Your Blog Audience” from QuickSproutJust in case you’ve not come across QuickSprout before, it’s an excellent blog by Neil Patel (founder of Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics). Neil’s posts are generally in-depth and very useful, but with his series of guides, he’s really taken it to a new level. This one, The Complete Guide to Building Your Blog Audience, is a great beginner-friendly resource...

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4 Powerful Free CRM Integrations & Plugins for Your WordPress SiteIf you’re not measuring your website or business’ performance, or keeping track of client interactions and relationships then you’ve got a lot of catching up to do. As we grow towards learning more about social and business triggers, we realize that having valuable data truly is invaluable...

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Bad SEO Practices #3: Comment, Trackback and Pingback SpamOne common (though misguided) SEO practice of the past was creating backlinks through spammy comments and through “pingbacks”. Today, this is worse than useless for SEO. The vast majority of blogs have “no-follow” on links from comments, plus Google can penalise you for this sort of link-building...

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