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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 –


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Andy Capaloff

Blogging Blunders (And How To Avoid Them) [Audio Interview]

Blogging Blunders

On June 1st, my interview for the Summit on Content Marketing went live. For those who were unaware of this purely online event, it took place over 2 weeks. In that time, 105 people either gave presentations or were interviewed. Some were superstars. You can see a list of the keynote speakers below. I was


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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


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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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Eleonora Zolotaryova

How To Get Your First Website or Major Site Upgrade Right

First website

Everything happens for the first time. Even your own website. Whether it’s your company’s website, online store or blog, there are basic points to follow if you want to succeed. The algorithm of action, which I describe in this article, was worked out over several years in the field of marketing and SEO. Many of


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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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Alice Elliott

How Suitable Content Contributes Towards A More Readable Post

Suitable content

If you’ve read my previous posts in this series, you would now be experts in capturing and retaining your readers, and why you are writing your posts. However, any post’s main ingredient is what is written at its heart. And this shouldn’t be just a mass of words, it needs to be suitable content! You may succeed in attracting readers to


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