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Adeel Sami

Blogging: Solving ‘Why’ Before Tackling ‘How’

Blogging: Solving 'Why' Before Tackling 'How'

Editor’s note: Do you know our friend Adeel? He calls himself a not-so-regular blogger. And this is a not-so-regular blog article! Do you know WHY you are blogging or just HOW you blog? Are you putting the answer before the question? The article is written in a truly unique style and we hope you enjoy


Robert Mening

How to Start a Business Blog [Infographic]

How to Start a Business Blog [Infographic]

Over the years, blogging has changed. But it has changed for good. It was always personalized and meant to share personal views and knowledge. Now, it is more diverse, creating social and economic avenues for everyone who is connected to the internet. Having a business blog has long since become an essential part of any


Susan Gilbert

Get Better Results with Your Content Marketing

Improve Your Content Marketing Results

When people think of success with content marketing, it seems they think of big blogs with a lot of subscribers or a large social media following. The thought may be that if you could just hit that level of popularity, your blog will finally make it. The good news is you don’t need huge popularity.


Neil White

How To Avoid Mistakes While Doing SEO For Yourself

Do-it-yourself SEO

You’re having trouble leaping to page one. After all that hard work, it’s still not happening. You think you’ve got it all covered. You’ve optimized your website for the search engines. You found some nifty key phrases that promise to bring in a gigantic amount of traffic. You’ve got the links covered…So why is your


Andy Capaloff

What Constitutes Content Theft? Here’s What We Think

What Contitues Content Theft?

A few days ago, Curatti founder and CEO Jan Gordon noticed that someone who promotes Website Jacking was following her on Twitter. Actually, he’s one of many resellers of a $27 program that promotes a practice that we call content theft. He’s following me also. Is he or are any of his customers using our


Susan Gilbert

12 Tools To Improve Your Visual Content, Marketing and Data

Visual Content f, Business Marketing & Marketing Data Tools

The following is made up of 3 “Monday Tips” articles, each of which talks about 4 helpful tools and resources around a specific area of your business. Today, the subjects are: Visual Content Tools for Social Media Business Marketing Tools Marketing Data Tools 4 Visual Content Tools for Social Media 1) Capture older photos –


Jan Gordon

How The Curatti Blog Became What It Is Today

Curatti - Adapt or Fail

Let’s start with this disclaimer: Never try to recreate somebody else’s idea. When I see articles telling people that they can have the same success as “I did”, if they follow these simple steps, it drives me crazy. So many factors need to be established before embarking on such a plan, there is simply no


Andy Capaloff

How To Find Your Unique Blogging Style

Unique Blogging Style

In my interview for the Summit on Content Marketing, I discussed blogging mistakes and how to fix them. Of course, the biggest mistake of all is blending into the faceless crowd, writing without anything approaching a unique blogging style. And unless you are breaking must-read news on a regular basis, you need to stand out


Andy Capaloff

6 Common Blogging Blunders (And How To Fix Them)

In the soon to begin Summit for Content Marketing, I was asked to discuss Blogging Blunders. Because I manage the content seen on Curatti, the title was chosen for me. I grew to like the idea because it’s true that I’ve seen my share of blunders. Plus, I love helping people to learn from the


Lisa Sicard

Networking: The Essential Antidote To Blogging Alone

Networking: The antidote to blogging alone

Blogging Alone is Not the Way to Go Do you get up in the early morning hours to start your blog writing as your coffee is brewing? Your eyes are not yet quite open as you log into your WordPress panel. You look to see if any comments are there from overnight and there are none.


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