You know content marketing is a must have but how do you manage it? In comes the editorial calendar. Choose your tool, decide on frequency, make a strategic plan and select topics so you can spend more time writing instead of staring at a blank page.
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First of all, blogs drive traffic to your website. Second, blogs offer a way to keep people informed, engaged and intrigued by providing them useful information. Third, blogs can provide an additional revenue stream through online advertisements.
Oh, the social share button as common as it is controversial. Facebooks Like or Twitters Tweet or Googles +1 or Pinterests Pin-It provide an easy way for site visitors to share your content while you reap the SEO and social benefits...
If you already blog on a regular (or at least somewhat regular) basis, you can turn your blog posts into a email newsletter automatically whenever you update your blog. Did we mention that the process is automatic?! It is called RSS-to-Email.
Social media marketing is one of the fastest growing marketing channels today - which of the ever increasing social media channel options work best for you, your business and your customers.
We have a new pup in the Ruff Haus pack - Deborah Gascon, marketing mutt, with plenty of fresh kibble to add to our blog mix. She'll be contributing her insightful observations on everything from animal antics to marketing magic.
Online marketing through social media sites like Twitter and Facebook can be a powerful tool for large and small brands alike. Why use social media for your business?
Recently I had a client ask me the difference between a forum and a blog, so I got to thinking, others might be asking themselves the same question, and now here we are. While both blogs and forums share a lot in common technically and socially, there are some distinct differences between them.
If you are confused by all of this talk of RSS, RSS feeds, aggregators and readers, and are having trouble wrapping your brain around it, here's a really simple explanation of Really Simple Syndication (RSS) and how to use it.