What is a blog anyway? It’s basically a website with an index of “posts”, dated, and typically sorted in reverse chronological order. But a blog can be much more than that. A blog can serve as a central hub for your marketing efforts, a place where people can read your content and leave comments, or a syndication system for managing an email newsletter. Blogs can be all of that and much more, so what are the top blogging platforms? Continue reading –>
Whether your blog is an entertaining side project or an important marketing channel for your company, you want to get most out of it. This article highlights a few important (and free) blogging tools that you should keep in your arsenal at all times. From generating ideas to syndicating your written content, these blogging tools help you get the most out of your written content.
Citing sources gives your work an extra layer of authority. It doesn’t do all of the work for you, but with the power of a simple citation you can import virtually unlimited bodies of knowledge into your own work without having to cover all that ground yourself. You can point to the experts, reference the gurus, and at the very least provide extra context to the information you are presenting.
There’s a lot of misinformation regarding how to start a podcast and why it’s worth the effort. Do you need web hosting to podcast? What equipment and software do you need to make podcast? Read on to learn:
It’s no secret that consistently adding relevant, quality blog posts to your website helps increase your traffic and, subsequently, your business. However, committing to regular content creation and posting is simply unrealistic for many businesses.