Tag Archives: Blogs

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Should I have One Blog or Multiple?

When I first started in digital marketing back in 2006, I had a dream of helping people take over the internet realm for their particular niche. At the time, I had 4 automotive clients and with the thought that content and links were so powerful

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5 Quick Blog Post Title Tips

Titles can make or break a blog. The good ones rock and can draw in an audience that you normally wouldn’t have because of the sharing component. People like to share things that sound interesting on social media and titles can be the difference. In

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Why I’m Launching a Christian Site in 2013

As many of you know, professionally I dwell in the marketing world with my primary tools being search and social. I live on Google and Facebook beyond the standard 9-5 gig simply because it’s a requirement when you strive to be the best at something

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Blogs and Social Media Integration Tips: Buttons

As social media continues to grow as a valid source of traffic for blogs, there are certain fundamental components that bloggers need to incorporate. Social media integration is both easy and extremely difficult – you want it to help contribute to the message but you

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Twitter and Blogging, Tips and Tools

“Every blog should have its own Twitter account.” WHOA! Slow down.  If EVERY blog had a Twitter account, the site would be “over capacity” constantly.  Some web hosts claim 99.99% uptime.  Twitter would be at 99.99% downtime considering there’s more blogs on the Internet than

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Pwned: The StumbleUpon Digg Experiment Initial Results

First, a disclaimer about this experiment and the analysis. In retrospect, this experiment was flawed.  The subject matter and style of delivery was very clearly geared in favor of one of the combatants.  When it was initially conceived, it was decided that the experiment would

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More Social News Watch is in the Works

Hello friends.  Several have asked when the Social Media Superstar story is coming.  The answer is: very soon. We’ve been going through some transitions over here lately.  One of the writers has moved on to bigger and better things, leaving social media to pursue a

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Beginnings are the Hardest Part

The first post, a guest post by Social Media expert Mark Dykeman.  Beginnings are the hardest part.  Getting started, going from nothing to something, can be difficult, and it is no small feat.   Let’s think about this in the context of social media with a

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The Year that Stumble and Digg will hit the Bridge Club Level

This really should be two separate stories, but we’ll consolidate because there are just to many similarities in the reasons why both Digg and StumbleUpon will take their already-mammoth popularity and truly become household names beyond just the tech households of the world. Social media in general is growing, but