This is a guest post by Nathan Kash. Share your Blogging Story by following our guest blogging guidelines.
So you have built up your blog and are getting a reasonable amount of traffic, say over 250 visitors a day.
You’re getting some comments, stumbles and Facebook shares and at this point, you’re feeling a bit proud of yourself.
There’s only one problem and it’s eating you up inside. You have no or few subscribers and zero product sales. You start to wonder what all the people are doing in your site if they don’t even have the decency to subscribe to your list or feed.
This More >
As a recent college graduate, I have learned so much since graduating. It’s definitely been a big transition to go from heady book knowledge to actual hands-on experience. Looking back, I wish I would have had more practical experience, and I strongly believe that starting a blog in college would have helped me tremendously to bridge the gap of knowledge to practical experience.
Here are just a few reasons that I think blogging in college helps students More >
A guest article by Joe Pawlikowski. You too can be part of this great knowledge sharing community. Take a look at our guest blogging guidelines.
One person can do only so much. No matter how much time and effort we put into our blogs, chances are we’ll need help somewhere down the road. Without that help, it might become difficult to grow and prosper in an increasingly competitive landscape. This means partnering with others. While a partnership necessarily involves relinquishing some level of control, it’s a worthy trade-off for most bloggers. There are also ways to go about it so that More >
A guest article by Amanda DiSilvestro. You too can be part of this great knowledge sharing community. Take a look at our guest blogging guidelines.
Ultimately your online marketing campaigns revolve around your readers. You might make it to the top of a search engine results page (SERP), but it won’t mean anything if readers don’t find value in your content. Even loyal readers will begin to drop off if your content strategy is erratic and disorganized.
Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to know what your readers want to see on your website or website’s blog. If you have a large number of More >