Do you struggle with writing your own online bio? Well, this in-depth post will not only give you tips but a step-by-step guide helping you to create your online bio today.
Bloggers are always told to stay in their niche, to stay on topic and on message. And to a point, that’s good advice.
In case you are spending some of your summer brainstorming ways to improve the value, usability and share-worthiness of your blog, here are some things I’ve learned over the years.
How thinking like a screenwriter can get first-time visitors interested in your blog. The scriptwriters in Hollywood have figured it all out. When they pitch their idea to an agent or producer, the first question they will get is, “So what’s this script about?” They need a tagline.
In this audio post I talk about how all businesses are being told that every business should have a blog. I tend to disagree, and will give you some ideas of how you can get the benefit of a blog without actually having a blog.
Storytelling for business is all the rage these days. But what does it mean and how do you weave stories into your online content?
Twitter is an incredible tool for promoting your blog, but it is a different animal. If you are not on Twitter yet, you should consider joining. Because you only get a sentence or two to make your case, and your updates move so quickly through the stream, your message needs to grab people by the […]
The payoffs for blogging cannot always be measured in concrete terms. We write a post and, sometimes, out of the blue, someone contacts us and we have a new, mutually profitable connection. Or a reporter sees a post and follows up with a request for an interview for an article he is writing on just […]