Link building in boring niches makes SEO more challenging. There are less active blogs, the sharing culture is not common, webmasters take advantage and ask money for links or they rarely respond to emails. If you are in a boring industry, don’t get discouraged. No matter if you are doing SEO for an event website […]
Graphics play a major role in how people perceive your brand – both on and offline. In fact, image quality is a major conversion factor for ecommerce sites. So, when something changes in the area of logo design and branding, the potential fallout cannot be overstated. The old-fashioned way that companies designed logos. In the […]
It’s not easy to write a viral post on a blog. And competitors are continually complicating this task with their efforts to promote content and advertise their brand – drowning your content out. You can still become a leader if you avoid copying others and use your creativity. In this article, I’ll share the secret […]
Standing out in today’s digital space means making a real connection with your audience, allowing them to fall in branded love with you. But, in today’s competitive technology and marketing environment, you can’t merely “solve for ‘x’” when presented a problem. Design that isn’t driving results now and into the future for your business and […]
Every author who creates or manages a blog has heard the saying: “Content is king!” That’s probably because every marketer and marketing influencer has regularly repeated the phrase for years. And that’s because in the age of digital marketing, it’s absolutely true. Most bloggers are passionate about creating great content – that’s why they started […]
This is a guest post by Jill Shearer, creator of SimplyLaunch.
Itâ€™s part of a bloggerâ€™s job to keep abreast of changes in the blogging world and to take advantage of new and improved tools. Anything making your job easier and more effective as a blogger should be a welcome change.
One of those changes could be Tumblr, a microblogging program developed a mere four years ago and which has recently taken over Wordpress.com as the bloggerâ€™s favorite platform, according to Mashable. Tumblr has also attracted well-respected news outlets such as Huffington Post and the NY Times Style Magazine.