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HOW TO: Re-package Your Best Content for More Exposure (and Links)

Friday, January 21st, 2011

A couple of weeks ago I did an article at our BlueGlass blog on the 3Rs of *really* great content (http://bit.ly/ecw8zK). The third "R" was about smart re-packaging or re-purposing your content which obviously requires more information and clarification. Your best content doesn't have to live only once. If you have ...

Use Gmail Search for Keyword Research and Inspiration

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

If you write several blog posts weekly for many years, you are very well aware of what "writer's block" means. It happens very often that you just need a couple of words, a single line of text to get inspired. But where to find those words? To me keyword research and ...

Do You Blog on Trending Topics? Do It Right to Get Noticed and Get Ranked!

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Your blogging style is up to you. I for one usually shy away from newly hot and trending topics for various reasons: firstly, I am not based in the USA and thus I am slow in learning what everyone says, secondly, seeing great coverage, I usually have hard time finding ...

Testing WordPress-to-Lead for Salesforce CRM Plugin

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

If you are addicted to Wordpress as much as I am, you are most likely to be subscribed to Yoast.com and you should have seen this post reviewing WordPress-to-Lead for Salesforce CRM plugin. As I was just looking for some good plugin to enhance my contact page as well as ...

The Internet According to Nan

Monday, March 1st, 2010

*The following is the guest post by Stacey* This already looks like a series: first The Roast of the Silver Surfers, then Hal's Geriatric Surfers – Should We Pull The Plug? and now this great and funny post on how Stacey's Nan sees the Internet. If you want to find new ...

Geriatric Surfers – Should We Pull The Plug?

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

This is a guest post by Hal Brown, in response to a previously published one (Yes, I love listening to all types of opinions here). The two things most difficult to write are humor and satire. Humor writing can be targeted to a specific audience, in which case not everyone is ...

6 Benefits of Guest Blogging + 9 Tips for Better Guest Blogging

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

This is the second post in the series of guest blogging success stories (the first one was by Glen on how he earned 5-figure income with guest blogging). The series is dedicated to my new venture My Blog Guest, the community of guest bloggers. I am building the site where ...