4 Steps To Choosing Content Formats for Your Audience – Getting it Right

The following is a guest post by Diana Beyer. Diana Beyer is experienced and self-driven media expert who is passionate about writing. Her purpose is to share values amid those interested. She is always seeking to discover new ways for personal and professional growth. Connect with Diana through Twitter. My mom was huge on reading to me at bedtime. In…

The Anatomy Of The Perfect Blog Post

The following is a guest post by Norman Arvidsson. Norman Arvidsson is an independent author based in Atlanta, GA, USA. Considers personal growth as the main goal in his life. You can contact him through his Twitter, Facebook, G+or LinkedIn. To write the best blog possible, you’re going to need to practice. A lot. Just sit down and start writing.…

Creative Content Marketing in a Boring Niche? Yes, Please.

The following is a guest post by Luisa Brenton. Luisa Brenton is a blogger. She was born in Italy, graduated from The St. Louis School of Milan and went to Chicago to pursue higher education at the Chicago’s Public Research University. Luisa is interested in modern literature and new films. She is interested in journalism as well. You can contact Luisa…

How to Choose the Right Topic for Your Blog

The following is a guest post by Samantha Mason. Samantha Mason is young blogger and freelance writer from Pasadena, CA. She deals with various topics, but her true passion is travelling and backpacking. Apart from writing, you can find her hiking up a mountain or reading on a beach. You can find Samantha on Facebook. Once upon a time, there…

The Step by Step Guide to Creating Content That Gets Thousands of Social Shares

The following is a guest post by Michael Akinlaby. Michael is a Content Strategist and SEO Consultant. One of your marketing goals is to get people to talk about your business with their friends. They call it word-of-mouth marketing in the old days. Today, we call it social sharing. Social shares is an important marketing metric you should be watching…

What’s Content Marketing again?

Recently at a startup event, we talked to a founder of a young company. He asked us if we could meet sometime soon and talk about content marketing. A few sentences later he was talking about SEO. When we asked what he was after, content marketing or SEO he said something like: „doesn’t content marketing equal SEO?“ Bummer. I thought…

Tools And Tips On How To Write The Perfect Blog Post

The following is a guest post by Kenneth Waldman. Kenneth Waldman is a freelance writer and content creator. He draws his inspiration out of the traveling. Get in touch with him on Linkedin. What’s your favorite blog? Do you have one that you read regularly? Do you have a blog subscription so that you can be notified every time your…

10 Things Content Curation Can (‘T) Do For Your Marketing In 2016

Content Curation is a valuable instrument in content marketing and social media. But for many people, it is not clear what content curation is. Kevan Lee from Buffer phrased it like this: Content curation is sorting through a large amount of web content to find the best, most meaningful bits and presenting these in an organized, valuable way. In this…

How To Choose The Perfect Content Writer For Your Blog

The following is a guest post by Julie Petersen. Julie Petersen is a content marketing specialist and a private English language tutor. At present time she writes reviews at her educational blog AskPetersen.com, and is a contributor to such websites as CollectiveEvolution, FreelanceWrite.About, Business.com, etc. Contact Julie here. Many small business owners run their own websites and blogs. If this is…

Top 10 Content Writing Tools for Your Small Business Website

The following is a guest post by Robert Morris. Robert Morris is an online editor and content writer who lives in NYC. He is also a Yoga lover and Asia traveler. Follow Robert on Google+! If you intend to attract a larger audience with your small business website, you’ll have to focus on developing top-notch content. You need to convince your potential…