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Alice Elliott

How A Blog Post Introduction Can Make Your Readers Stay

Blog Post introduction

It’s all very well writing an awesome headline to successfully capture your reader. You now need to keep them on your blog to get them to read the rest of the post. Believe it or not, you have less than 3 seconds to make a good enough impression to get your readers to stay. Sometimes even less


Alice Elliott

How An Awesome Headline Can Make a Big Difference to Your Post

awesome headline

The first thing your reader will probably read will be your post’s headline. But it won’t necessarily be on your blog. This is because the headline’s purpose is to act as a hook to draw your reader into your blog to read your post. And it can be found in a variety of different places. RSS delivers your post’s


Scott Aughtmon

Here’s How Neil Patel Uses Curation That Goes Viral

I am about to tell you how Neil Patel went from reselling car parts to becoming one of the top names in content marketing. And he did it by using an unusual hyrbid method that combines content marketing and content curation in a very unique and powerful way. But first, I need to tell you an important story.


Alice Elliott
social sharing

We all know that whenever you click that publish button, you won’t instantly get thousands of readers clamouring to read your blog. But if you want what you’ve written to be read by more than just your mother and next door’s cat, you will need to promote it. And you also know that one of the best places


Ron Sela

The Modern Rules of Managing Your Old Blog Posts

When you are running a blog, it is easy to get caught up in creating new content. It might even make you forget all about the articles that you have written before. Yet, even if you only write one article a week for your blog, and one a week as a guest post on another


Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2014 – Part 3

As we approach the end of our first full year online, we wanted to pay homage to each of our authors by resharing one of their original articles from 2014, along with a brief curation of each.  These are presented alphabetically, by first name, and split over 3 days. (In each instance, you can click on