Category Archive for: Blogging

The Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 9/10: In Media Res

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks…

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You’re the #1 SEO loser.

I was struggling to think of a blog topic that would relate to my job in digital marketing. What could I say that would be interesting and compelling?  I decided to do what any normal person would do; I would hit up Google for the answer. It has become a social norm to “Google It”…

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Putting Your Blog to Work: 4 Milestones to Hit Before Trying to Turn Your Blog into Your Business

Blogs are like opinions — nowadays, it seems like everyone has one. College study abroad students, aspiring fashionistas, and even mothers of my friends are all people I have recently encountered who have assumed the mantle of “the blogger.” So, say you have a blog, but you want to take it to the next level…

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Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 8/10: The Baldwin Approach to Headlines

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks…

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Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 7/10: The Picture

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks…

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Medium – Small and Large

In an effort to draw in more users of all types, Medium has made some changes to its interface. Most frequently thought of as a long-form blogging platform, Medium has become a true writer’s platform. But founder Ev Williams wants to dismiss the idea that it must solely support longer content (see “A Less Long,…

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Best of SHIFT: Top 3 Posts from Q2 2014

As each year comes to a close, we like to sneak a peek into the SHIFT archives to see our content hits and misses. When devising a content strategy for a new year, it’s important to take note of what worked (and why) to plan what’s to come next year. Want to see how to…

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Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 6/10: The Telephone

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks…

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Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 5/10: The Wheel

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks…

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How to Build An Audience for Your New Blog

“If a tree falls in the forest and there’s no one around, does it make a sound?” The same could be asked about a blog: If a blog is written but has no readers, does it exist at all? Without readers, no one is listening and nothing will come as a result – no leads,…

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