Marketing Tips From Unusual Places – Content Marketing Case Studies of The Unexpected Kind

The following is a guest post by Katie McBeth. Katie is a freelance writer out of Boise, ID, with experience in marketing for small businesses and management. She spends her free time being the mother of three cats and a dog named Zeno. You can follow her animal and writing adventures on Instagram or Twitter: @ktmcbeth. In our current age…

The Blogger’s Guide to Keyword Research

The following is a guest post by Ann Smarty. Ann Smarty is the Brand and Community manager at InternetMarketingNinjas.com as well as the founder of MyBlogU.com. Ann has been into Internet Marketing for 10 years, she is the former Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Journal and contributor to prominent search and social blogs including Small Biz Trends and Mashable. Ann is also…

What You Totally Forgot In Your Content Marketing And It Is Costing You All Success

The following is a guest post by Karen Dikson. Karen is a marketing expert and business owner from New Jersey. She is a regular contributor to HuffingtonPost and several other marketing resources. In her free time, Karen enjoys traveling. Follow her on Twitter. Content marketing has become a very popular form of promotion. Most of the successful business organizations, brands, and blogs…

10 Ways To Come Up With New Blog Post Ideas: How To Find New Topics That Your Audience Will Love

Every blogger knows how it feels: You need a new post but you are stuck on ideas. The harder you try to come up with awesome blog post ideas – the less creative your feel. When you are just starting out, you have a ton of ideas and you jump right in, creating post after post. But when you are…

Twitter’s Struggle as a Business – and How to Fix It NOW!

I love Twitter. And I hate to see Twitter struggling. I’ve invested a lot of time and effort to reach my personal success with the help of Twitter. But while the community on Twitter is awesome – and does hold some truly special qualities for participants unmatched by any other social platform, Twitter is a business – and as a…

Why You Should Consider Syndicating Your Old Content And 5 Outlets That You Can Use

First, let us make clear what content syndication is and what it is not, or should not be. Syndicating your content means that you take a piece of YOUR content that you already published on your own website or blog and republish it somewhere else. When you republish your content you say so openly, for instance, you write a sentence…

6 Creative Ideas To Help You Start A Blog – When You Think You Are Not A Writer

Blogging is right at the center of online marketing. While you may succeed and earn some attention from online sources without a blog – the real success just calls for a blog or another form of a content hub. If you want to go for online marketing success, you should start a blog. But you say – “I am not…

How to Use Interstitials on Mobile without Hurting your SEO Rankings

Interstitials on mobile devices will hurt your rankings, right? That was after all what Google’s latest updates were all about. But is that really the case? Did Google really make it impossible for us to grow our email lists on mobile devices? No, not really! Google knows more about online business than any other company on the planet, and that…