Struggling for New Ideas? Four Easy Ways to Come Up with New Blog Post Topics
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Struggling for New Ideas? Four Easy Ways to Come Up with New Blog Post Topics

Whether you have a travel or beauty blog, it is very important to update it with new content on a regular basis. If you go weeks without making a post, your readers may lose interest and stop visiting your blog. However, it can be difficult to come up with fresh topic ideas all the time, especially if you have had a blog for a while. Here are four easy ways to come up with new blog post topics. Just Brainstorm If you are having trouble coming up with blog ideas, you should just sit down at your desk and brainstorm…
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It Doesn’t End When You Click “Publish”: How to Promote Your Blog Posts to Gain Visibility and Traffic
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It Doesn’t End When You Click “Publish”: How to Promote Your Blog Posts to Gain Visibility and Traffic

After a blog post is published, the hard work begins. Although a business blog is a good content marketing strategy, most small business owners and professionals don't realize that they have to market their blog posts in order to gain visibility and traffic. In today's post we'll explore a few ways that you can promote your blog posts that are already published on your blog site. Use Social Media Social media marketing (SMM) is a growing trend for getting any type of content noticed on the Internet. By using Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and other popular platforms, a blog owner…
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Making Sense of Your Blog’s Visitor Analytics and How You Can Improve on Your Desired Outcomes

If you felt a bit overwhelmed the first time you logged in to a tool like Google Analytics or Clicky – you're not alone. While website analytics tools are the best way to track visitors to understand how they find and engage with your blog, they can be a little challenging to understand. In today's post we'll take a quick look at how you can make sense of your analytics and use the information within to accomplish your goals. Where Are Your Visitors Coming From? The "referrer" is one of the most critical pieces of information you can have about…
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A Little Tired of Social Media? Using Hootsuite to Lighten Your Daily Social Media Workload

Are you responsible for managing your company's social media activity on websites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+? While social media can be fun to use on your own, it can quickly begin to strain your productivity when dealing with multiple accounts and responding to a seemingly-endless stream of mentions, posts or messages. In this blog post we'll take a quick look at Hootsuite and why you may want to leverage this powerful tool to help manage your social media workload. What is Hootsuite? Hootsuite is a software tool that allows users to manage numerous social media accounts across nearly…
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Looking to Spruce Up Your Blog? Here’s Why You’ll Want to Try Adding Video Content

Are you struggling for a way to breathe a bit of life in to your blog, or perhaps looking to figure out a way to drive visitor traffic from a younger demographic? It might be time to wade a bit deeper into the content marketing pool by producing video content that can be placed on your blog and promoted on social networks like YouTube and Facebook. Let's take a quick look at why you may want to test video content to determine how your visitors respond. Videos Can Engage Users Who Don't Want to Read Whether you're the type that…
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Four Email Marketing Best Practices That Will Help You Improve Your Open and Click Rates

A few minutes after you've just clicked the "Send!" button on your first email marketing campaign you'll begin the process of analyzing open and click data to see where you went wrong and what can be improved in future mailings. Let's take a quick look at four best practices that you can use to help optimize your marketing emails. Spend Time Crafting Your Email Subjects Almost all seasoned email marketers will agree that your subject lines are a critical success factor that will significantly influence whether your emails get read, deleted or sent directly to the spam folder. As such,…
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