Many bloggers, when they think of a logo, it’s an afterthought. I know that I personally told myself that once my blog makes it big, then I’ll get a logo. Or once my email subscribers number gets to 1,000 , I’ll have a logo designed.
Bloggers are always screaming that unless you have great content, nobody will care about your site. This is very true, but most bloggers miss the point of content. Sure, it’s nice to write things that help or entertain people, but your articles probably aren’t doing either of those things right now. And if they are, […]
Plugins, many times, are not vital to your site’s performance, and they just slow down your load time significantly. I’ve been through a lot in terms of messing with WordPress and adding unneeded plugins, but I have found some quality pieces of code that all blogs should implement, and I would like to share them […]
The word “less” generally has a negative connotation. When something is “less” than something else, it is smaller or lower in value. This word, however, is a valuable principle that many bloggers don’t understand, and that I learned at BlogWorld 2012. When you give readers too many choices, they get overwhelmed. And, oftentimes, they will […]
Social Content Marketing Content inspires referrals, social actions, and sales. Optimize for long tail topics to improve SEO. Content is an equalizer between large and small businesses – anyone can produce quality content! Do some research to understand what your audience needs, and try not to just start writing without an end goal in mind. […]
BlogWorld 2012 was an awesome expo, and while day 1 was informative, day 2 was when the ball really started to get rolling for me. I had an awesome experience with a presentation on the future of content creation, and listened to Syed Balkhi and Derek Halpern speak before I got to meet them personally! […]