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Twitter Looks to Kill Its #Music Application + MORE – Blogging News -Oct 21

Twitter Looks to Kill Its #Music Application + MORE - Blogging News -Oct 21

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12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work) + MORE - Blogging News -Apr 14

Despite all the hype, native advertising remains a fuzzy concept for most marketers. According to our 2014 status report: 49 percent of respondents don’t know what native advertising is 24 percent are hardly familiar with it Another 24 percent are somewhat familiar Only 3 percent are ve.... More »
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Thank You, Dr. King + MORE - Blogging News -Jan 20

Each of us would do well in our lifetimes to inspire one other person. I mean truly inspire: to provide real hope where none previously existed and help turn that hope into positive action, maybe even positive change, that may otherwise never happen. It’s so much harder than it sounds. What,.... More »

Script Video Marketing Success with the Right Content + MORE - Blogging News -Jul 15

This is a guest contribution from Amy Brown of Videos don’t have a magic wand, as believed by certain marketeers (both amateurs and seasoned ones).  Threading video marketing success is hard work, and requires a fair bit of creativity. While it’s true that video content c.... More »
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How to Create Exquisite Subheads + MORE - Blogging News -Mar 17

Sorry. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you know all that work you do to drive people to your blog posts? All the content optimization (don’t you say SEO!), all the agonizing over your headline, even the nitty-gritty of your word choice and sentence crafting? Yeah, well, most pe.... More »
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How Becoming an Authority Can Even Save Your Life + MORE - Blogging News -Dec 23

Editor’s note: This essay is the Grand Prize winner of the first-ever Copyblogger Media Essay contest, for which writers had 250 words to discuss “why it’s essential to be an online authority.” Imagine you’re 30,000 feet in the air. You and the Copyblogger team are fl.... More »

The Power of Mystery

The Power of Mystery Andy Warhol, Robert Greene, Marcel Duchamp, and JJ Abrams walk into a darkened bar somewhere in eastern Europe. Andy clings to a Campbell’s soup can. Robert Greene flips through an orange book. A urinal sits in Marcel’s lap. And JJ Abrams — beaming — hugs a light brown box. The bartender approaches Robert Greene and says, “So, what are you reading?” Andy slams his little fist on the table and says, “You mean to tell me that in a room with a man wearing a shock of white hair and holding a can of tomato soup, all you notice is a book? A stupid little orange book?” The bartender eyes Andy for a moment, shrugs, and turns back to Robert, “What are you reading?” “For God’s sake, man, I’m holding a urinal…

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Synthesis Delivers a New Option for Improved European WordPress Performance The mission of our Synthesis WordPress hosting team is to combine world-class technology into an independent offering where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The result is unparalleled performance, security, and support for your WordPress website that you can trust. Today, we are pleased to announce the latest technology extension that we have added to the mix…

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30 Lessons from Selling $30 Million Worth of eBooksThis is a guest contribution from our very own Shayne Tilley. Before you hit me up for a loan, let me preface this post. That number represents eBooks sold in for various masters and partners in the last decade. Yes there are a couple of mine in there, but it’s a tiny fraction of a % of the total…

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Behind the Scenes – My Low Tech Editorial ScheduleHow do you organise and plan your posts? Do you have an editorial calendar? I like to keep things fairly informal but do use a spreadsheet to help me keep more organised than I used to. Here’s how it looks for dPS: The left two columns are my blog posts. I publish two posts per day – one scheduled for the US audience in the morning and one for the afternoon…

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Twitter Looks to Kill Its #Music Application (via BestTechie) After releasing some pretty decent updates to its iOS application adding much needed social sharing functionality and releasing an all new version of the application for Spotify’s growing app ecosystem, AllThingsD has now learned that Twitter will…  

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Do You Know Your Probability?

Probability theory is a relatively new mathematics branch. I say “relatively” because its study started in the sixteenth century, when people (e.g., Cardano, Fermat, Pascal) began analyzing games of chance and gambling. That’s old, but not even close to some other mathematics branches, like calculus (integral calculus was found in Egyptian papyrus dated 1820 BC!) or geometry…

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The Secret To Growing Your Blog to Its PotentialI recently had a blogger sidle up to me at a conference and ask me to share ‘the secret’ technique that would allow see their blog grow to its potential. While the blogger was asking with tongue planted firmly in his cheek (he understood that there was no single thing that would transform his blog) I do sometimes wonder if some bloggers are looking for ‘the secret’…

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Why Google’s New Hummingbird Algorithm is Good News for Serious Content Creators On October 3rd, 2013 Google announced a major search algorithm release called Hummingbird. Uh-oh. Does this mean your content-driven business is in jeopardy? Is keyword research dead? Are you going to have to reengineer your entire content strategy? There’s no question that that the Hummingbird algorithm is only the beginning of change in search optimization, but smart content creators can be prepared to thrive in this — and any — environment that may come in the future…

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