Tip Category: Blog & Content Curation Tips

The Secrets of Content Ideation: Why 4 Out of 5 Articles Fail

The Secrets of Content Ideation: Why 4 Out of 5 Articles Fail

I recently mentioned in an AMA discussion on Inbound.org that I expect – and plan – for most of my content to fail. On average, I expect just one in five of my articles to succeed. Ultimate failure can happen at the start of the content creation process – the ideation stage. We might be [Read more…]

New eBook: 30 Essential Ingredients to Stock Your Content Marketing Kitchen

New eBook: 30 Essential Ingredients to Stock Your Content Marketing Kitchen

My mother was the chief cook in our household. It was a thankless job. Her customers were three kids with radically different ideas about what was edible and what was, like, totally grody. When we asked what was for dinner—one of her least favorite questions—she would frequently answer, “Well, we could make peanut butter sandwiches, [Read more…]

The Secret to Powerful Visual Content

The Secret to Powerful Visual Content

Do you remember the last time you felt the warm grip of a good book that makes you want to read on, page after page? How great writers craft their masterpieces with seemingly simple words—or even using a few uncommon ones to describe an object, like using “vast” for “big” or “numerous” for “many”—is a [Read more…]

How to Write a Style Guide for Your Brand

How to Write a Style Guide for Your Brand

Sometimes branding fails are caused by something getting lost in translation. For example, when Coors translated its slogan, “ Turn It Loose ,” into Spanish, it used a colloquial term for diarrhea. More often, though, branding fails happen because of a lack of a clear style guide, which can result in inconsistency or miscommunication among [Read more…]

10 Content Curation Tools Every Marketer Needs

10 Content Curation Tools Every Marketer Needs

“Curation” is one of those words that’s always conveyed coolness to me. Take, for example, the job of curating art for a gallery, or curating music for a soundtrack. Cool, right? Content curation is just as much fun — and just as important. For the uninitiated, content curation consists of finding material relevant to your [Read more…]

How to Start a Blog That You Can Grow Into a Business

How to Start a Blog That You Can Grow Into a Business

Businesses of all kinds start blogging as a way to build up a long-term audience. But the reverse is also happening where more and more bloggers start businesses as an extension of their content. And it makes sense. One of the biggest challenges new businesses face is building an audience for their products. Bloggers, on [Read more…]

Feeling Stuck? 5 Tips to Restart your Content-Creating Brain

Feeling Stuck? 5 Tips to Restart your Content-Creating Brain

Blank space: Great when it’s a song by Taylor Swift, not so great in content marketing. No, wait. I already used that analogy . Now I need a clever new intro to this post about overcoming writer’s block and resetting your content brain. I’m staring at a white screen, trying to put words together, intimidated [Read more…]

7 Popular Content Marketing Toolkit That Will Triple Your Search Traffic

7 Popular Content Marketing Toolkit That Will Triple Your Search Traffic

Content Marketing Tools With every other form of marketing on the internet becoming too competitive and difficult, one marketing strategy that will save you is content marketing . Your audience is dying to hear your voice and your story, and you’ve got to give it to them in an enchanting manner or you stand the [Read more…]

Six Free Ways To Earn Money From Internet without Investment

Six Free Ways To Earn Money From Internet without Investment

How to Earn Money Online Without Investment Surviving as a new blogger can be very difficult, especially if you don’t have a day job, or you quit the job to do blogging full time . Blogging needs time, patience, determination, regularity, strategies and good writing capabilities. While you are creating your big money blog, (lets [Read more…]

Review: Blogo Desktop Editor For Mac

Review: Blogo Desktop Editor For Mac

When I moved from Windows to Mac, one of the pieces of software I missed the most was Windows Live Writer . Having the power to write on my desktop (offline) and then to directly publish from there was something I found to be very productive. In the past, I have shared a few apps [Read more…]

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