Does Your Blog Answer Your Readers’ Questions?

Get the answer here: Does Your Blog Answer Your Readers’ Questions? Feedback Friday | Fuel Your Blogging.

Not Having a Blog Is Not An Option

Did you expect me to disagree with John Jantsch on this one? Not likely! If your business doesn’t have a website, it doesn’t have a chance. And, I’m not even talking about a… Continue reading

The data lifecycle

Chris Penn has a post on the data lifecycle that I find very interesting. Henceforth, I’m going to recommend to clients they insert this loop between consuming and curating/creating in the ‘e1evation workflow’.… Continue reading

What to Put Above the Fold on Your Blog, And Why

What to Put Above the Fold on Your Blog, And Why : @ProBlogger.

Win 2,000 Tickets to the Stone Age of Computers

  Wow. I used these in my fist computer class!!! Win 2,000 Tickets to the Stone Age of Computers.

Using Curation to Create the Perfect Content Marketing Mix

INFOGRAPHIC: Using Curation to Create the Perfect Content Marketing Mix | Uberflip.      

Facebook Publishes Its Own Infographic To Explain Advertising

Facebook Publishes Its Own Infographic To Explain Advertising — socialmouths.

How We Consume Content Now (& What It Means For Your Marketing)

  Get more here: INFOGRAPHIC: How We Consume Content Now (& What It Means For Your Marketing) | Heidi Cohen.

The social media ‘house’

To my mind, the different parts of social media fit together like a house; each part has it’s purpose and supports the others… Now it’s obvious that I’m NOT a graphic designer, but… Continue reading

Protected: Course summary; social media for business professionals

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The Content Marketing Mix

Visual Loop – The Content Marketing Mix.

Social Media: Do You Know Where Your Target Audience Is?

Heidi Cohen writes: Over half of social media participants are between 25 and 44 years old, according to data from Pingdom. Further, the percent of participants under 17 (5%) is not that much… Continue reading