You’ve got to find your voice, and quick. And you find your voice through writing, a lot. And you should set up what you think your goal is for your blogging, but be ready for it to change and morph at any time. Either your audience will find you and you will build readership or … Continue reading Top Blogging Tips for Content Marketing
As a referral engine, staying on someone’s radar on Facebook is hard work. The secret to my Facebook work is consistency. I’m checking accounts and business pages for several clients on a regular basis. When checking in on Facebook I look for things of value to repost to the people who follow (or friend) me because of my social media info. And cats. Always with the cats on Facebook.
My social media marketing blog got 40k visitors last year. Here is my wrap up of what worked and where they came from. Also available as a PPT slide from Slideshare.net
Here are some social and social media topics you should be on top of: Twitter, Google, SEO, Problogger.
It’s happened again, the open tabs in my browser have completely outstripped my time to follow down each rabbit hole of content. So I am capturing the what and why here in hopes that some of these topics may be of interest to you as well. JUST CLICK IT, January 13, 2012.
The short form is here. Twitter, Facebook status updates, TXT, mobile, shorter attention spans. All of these things contribute to the death of the long form, or POST. BUT… if you are coming to blogathonATX you might have different ideas. I certainly do. While I love Twitter and the other channels of the “statusphere” I think I sometimes do my best work up in the 500 WORD range. Your opinions may vary.
Here are 20 tips that I take for granted every time I write a post. But so many people don’t do them, that I figgered I’d put it out there.
The path to blog relevance is long. But it IS a path you cannot afford to ignore. If you are already SET in your life and career (Mr. Jobs, Mr. Dell, Mr. Trump) then perhaps the view from your mountain top is already complete. For the majority of us who are still working to pay for things, I’d say sooner or later you have to start up the hill.
Ah the typical rise and fall of my digital marketing empire. I blog, I post, I socialize, I cry at how my following has very little impact on my reach. Well, that’s just part of the story. If you’re blogging for new business you’ve got a hard road ahead. Sorry. Your next business deal is going … Continue reading Falling Social Stats: Why Write About Digital Marketing?
How Do You Follow? I am a firehose of data. I’m part of that 1% of people who really chews up a high volume of information and spits it back out in various ways. If you have people like me in your network, you can use them to your advantage. We, the influencer-types can be … Continue reading I Am a Filter: What’s Your Frequency?