12 Types of Blog Posts You Need to Stop Writing – Remember, it only takes one bad post to make someone unsubscribe (or never subscribe in the first place).
Do You Know These Time Saving Blogging Tips? When Darren Rowse asked these 14 leading bloggers about their routines he also asked if they had any tips for other busy bloggers.
27 Wacky Ways to Beat Writer’s Block – Beating writer’s block isn’t about discipline – it’s about loosening up, having fun, going a bit crazy. Here are 27 wacky ways to shake up your inner muse.
SEO 101: How Your Website’s Structure Affects its SEO
In fact, there are a number of different ways your website’s structure can influence its overall SEO authority, so be sure to brush up on the following site structure elements to make your website is as search-friendly as possible.
Social Media Productivity – 7 Ways Business Blogging Gets Easier
A key to improving your social media productivity with business blogging is to tie the extra weekly blog posts to typical weekly business activities you (or your organization) are doing any way.
Ep 72 Scrappy Do – Chris Brogan’s podcast. Recorded from the road and without my typical gear, a thought on why scrappy is the mindset to have.
How Determined Are You to Succeed at Freelancing? You may think you’re determined enough to succeed as a freelancer, but when push comes to shove–are you really? How much determination do you actually have? Here are eight simple questions you can ask yourself to find out how determined of a freelancer you really are.
Is it Really Time for Authors to Stop Blogging? I also don’t recommend blogging frantically simply for the sake of piling up blogposts to get the attention of search engines. I’m a big advocate of SLOW BLOGGING—once a week or less, preferably on a regular schedule.
Nice Poem; I’ll Take It – How it feels to be the victim of a serial plagiarist. When your work is posted and reposted online, and when publishing is as much an act of community-building as a means of income, you develop a flexible definition of intellectual property but …
When is it OK to Blog Your Book? For one thing, agents say you’re ruining your chances with traditional publishers by giving away your first rights. Yes, but remember that blogging is publishing, which is why agents won’t represent something that’s been partially blogged: once it’s on the Interwebz, you’re officially published.
What Is Considered Previously Published Writing? It is common practice for journals and literary agents to reject previously published writing, but what exactly does previously published mean? Why are most literary agents and editors unwilling to take a chance on work that has already appeared elsewhere? When is it appropriate to submit previously published work?
The Sad State Of Brands This Week – This week wasn’t pretty for the industry. Tragedies, disasters, missteps and more demonstrate that we have a long way to go in truly earning the public’s trust and in truly becoming more transparent and social brands.