Guest post by Shanna Mallon from Straight North.
You won’t be blogging long before you realize writing regular content takes a lot of regular work—but when you feel like throwing in the towel, don’t.
Figure out how to blog more efficiently instead. Consider these five ways to make the most of your blogging efforts by repurposing your existing posts!
Guest post by Ethan Warlick.
When thinking about content marketing, many only think about companies and brands using the tool to attract customers.
What most of us don’t think of is the fact that it transcends branding in the business industry and the tactic can actually be found in both the movie and music industries as well.
In the ‘60s, four young chaps from Liverpool were on top of both industries. The Beatles were taking the world by storm with their abundance of hits as well as their financially successful movies, A Hard Day’s Night and Help!, which featured many of the popular tracks from their records of the same names.
This is a guest post by Jo Barnes, creator of Jo Barnes Online
How long does it take you to write a blog post?
20 mins, an hour, a day? Whatever your answer, the work that goes into writing and publishing a quality blog post that people will share and engage with takes time and effort.
On top of that is promotion! I think it was Chris Brogan who said you should spend 20% of your time writing a blog post and 80% of your time promoting it!
Guest post by Jim Belosic, CEO of ShortStack.
Facebook recently rolled out a new feature that allows users to attach a photo when they’re commenting on a status update. Now, instead of just telling, users can show how they’re feeling using a quick snapshot. This update is significant for the way it changes interactions with friends and fans on a particular post. It also begs the question, how can businesses take advantage of this new feature?