One of the hardest parts about blogging is staying consistent and pumping out enough content to keep your readers coming back for more. It’s a challenge, not just because of the time necessary to stay consistent and abundant, but also because it’s possible to run
With all of the tools and apps available today, blogging should be easy and straightforward. Yet, many bloggers find themselves struggling to make a cohesive schedule, meet deadlines for clients, and attract the interest of readers.
We all know that blogging is a huge part of increasing the visibility of your business. It’s a way to show off your likable, personal side (I know you have one) while giving readers the information that they’ll need to make an informed decision.
When putting together strategies and making adjustments (and the occasional complete overhaul) of social media pages, processes, and content, there’s nothing better than to get a client truly “plugged in” to the social media world. There’s an excitement that surrounds it, particularly after a couple
There will be complaints. I can already smell the onslaught of, “what about Blogger” and “Typepad is much more powerful”. There will be others that say, “but Tumblr’s not really a blogging platform”. Let’s put all of that to rest quickly…