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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


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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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Adeel Sami

Want To Be a Blogging Champion? Don’t Give Up!

The blogging champion

How does it sound, being called the Blogging Champion? Fantastic? Excellent? Dangerously happy? Awesome, isn’t it, being called ‘the blogging champion’? Winning something extraordinary in a sport sound so awesome as you’re the first from the competition. The champion.


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Susan Gilbert

12 Tools To Improve Your Blog, Instagram Marketing and CRM

CRM (Customer Relationship Management)

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: Tools to Improve Your Blog Instagram Marketing Tools CRM Tools for Leads and Sales 4 Resources that Will Help Your Blog Grow 1) Never


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Alice Elliott

How A Focused Call To Action Leads To Greater Interaction

focused call to action

Plenty of posts are written without any kind of call to action, let alone a focused call to action. Yet when you tell bloggers about this, the realisation makes their eyes widen. They may well have heard about a call to action, but they didn’t think about including one in their post. It’s as simple as making sure your message has been


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Catherrine Garcia

Your Guide To Finding Trending Topics for your Blog

No matter how accomplished a blogger you are, it can be a challenge to produce original, well written, content – to a schedule – that will keep your readers happily engaged. Surely, there is only so much subject matter within any niche, all of which will have been covered elsewhere. So where do you turn


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Ashley Faulkes

Blogger To Business Owner – The Long And Winding Road

Blogger to Business owner

When I started out blogging back in 2013, I never thought I would call myself a business owner. In fact, I am sure this has happened to many of you too. You dip your toe in the water, and before you know it, you are swimming with sharks! This is the story of someone who


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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


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Ruchika Sharma

Your Complete Content Plan, Part 3: Content Distribution

Content Distribution

This is the final part of the Infographic series “Your Complete Content Plan”. If you missed the prviosu parts. you can link to part one – Keyword Research – here, and part two – Content Creation – here. The next stage of content planning is Content Distribution. We are well aware that Content Distribution is


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Alice Elliott

Curatti On Air: How The Power Of Commenting Benefits Bloggers

Curatti On Air: Alice Elliott

If you want to draw the right kind of attention to yourself in the blogosphere, the best way to go about it is to comment on other blogs. That’s why when I participated in this Curatti On Air Interview (see below) I was extremely keen to talk about commenting (as well as other aspects of blogging): In the


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