Follow this simple tip to optimize your blog writing and reduce social media marketing stress: When possible, cut dates and time references from your blog posts. I’m a big believer in using old content to make new social media posts. Without dates and time references, … Read More
When it comes to getting social marketing work done, it is very common for me to hear people say things like, “I know I should be doing more on social media,” or “Oh, I am so behind on my blog … Read More
It’s unhealthy in marketing to get comfortable. As the web evolves (and it does often), we must evolve if we want to keep up and remain relevant. Get motivated! Here’s to healthy marketing decisions in 2015.
Images used with text on the web are not only visual eye candy but can also (when used with search optimization best practices) great for SEO. But know that there are rules when using images! Basic understanding and education of … Read More
Images bring aesthetic value to social media posts: Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more. Word of caution: make sure those free web images you used to enhance your posts are really “free to use.” An article by Matt Morgan … Read More
Getting your work published on other websites (namely online editorial sites) may not always be easy, but it is possible. I’m here to tell you how to make it happen…in five simple steps. Before you begin, know that mindset is … Read More