by Kevin on March 21, 2011
Despite the fact that it is now easier to share posts with one another, it is still hard to quickly discover which ones really stand out. Here are six great posts I recently found interesting, and you may, too.
In this post, you’ll learn how to make use of Google Tracking URLs, which are designed to help you more accurately track links shared through your site and elsewhere—Twitter, Facebook, etc. You’ll also be able to use this technique for marketing campaigns and other events.
Learn how to better market yourself (and your blog) through an email and/or subscription list. Some of the tips include utilizing squeeze pages, make more valuable interactions, and other tips on email marketing.
Chris takes you through a few steps in the process of deciding whether you are fir to be a blog/marketing coach and what is required in the process of becoming one. Many bloggers don’t become coaches due to how much more planning it can take to run these types of services, compared to say, regular blog posting.
Even though you may be a SEO consultant, a content writer, or even an editor, you should be aware of the content that you are writing/editing and the site it is being hosted on. It is important to adhere to any copyright and other types of laws.
Not all blogs are successful and success doesn’t always come easy. These are two of the three main traps you should avoid when launching a new blog or starting out for the first time. Check out the post for the other reasons and more in-depth analysis of the first two.
Although Tumblr has some negatives — not “owning” your content and seemingly frequent downtime issues — many small (and large) businesses have decided to start a presence on the booming micro-blogging service. You’ll read about some of the prominent businesses already utilizing the service for its great usability.
If you have read any other interesting articles/posts recently related to blogging, social networking, or marketing, please feel free to share them in the comments below or you can also comment on the posts above.