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11 Pro Tips for Better Business Blogging

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Cutting corners or half-assing this exercise will do nothing more than lead you to produce advertorial dribble. Always Be Adding Value Absolutely don’t create a advertorial time drain. Have an account? We ‘Heart’ It! The content of this post was sourced from the Young Entrepreneur Council, a non-profit led by the world’s top young entrepreneurs. love it. Irony?

Sales & Landing Pages Using Wordpress: Learn How

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Digg this! Landing Pages: Where to Publish Your Advertorial. If  you want to learn about formatting sales and landing pages using Wordpress , please register for the free Webinar I’m hosting Thursday, June 24, 2010 at 4 p.m. ET. I’m interviewing Suzanne Bird-Harris, developer of the WP Sales Page wizard. We’ll show you how to easily publish pages using your Wordpress platform. The class is on the phone and on the Internet, your choice. Can’t make the call? I’ll send you the audio file, plus any notes, but you’ll need to register: Name. Email.

Content Marketing Results: Landing Pages Rule

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Digg this! Landing Pages: Where to Publish Your Advertorial. How do you get readers to take action? Short answer: a landing page. Also known as a sales page, squeeze page). Otherwise, you may be creating a great brand, great thought leadership, great content… and so what? Sooner or later, you need to ask your readers to actually do something. You need a landing page to do that.

Business Blogging: 4 Ways to Have Fun and Profits

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Many businesses buy “advertorial” space in newspapers – space that looks like a story but is a paid ad. Digg this! (Vacation time, so here’s another guest post, this one by Susan Long,  freelance marketing consultant.). If you’re writing your blog for more than just fun, you’ve probably thought about how you can make some money from it. There’s plenty of ways you can make cash from your writing, and you might not have thought of some of them before. 1) Putting ads on your blog. This is the most obvious way to make money blogging. Blog this on Blogger. Tweet This!

Create Wordpress Sales Pages: Learn how this week

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Digg this! Landing Pages: Where to Publish Your Advertorial. Do you need to create professional looking sales or landing pages? Want to save yourself the hassles? You can learn to do this using your Wordpress platform. There are very few drawbacks to using Wordpress as your primary web platform. When you do encounter a problem, it’s easy to find a solution. I’ve found that most of the time, there’s a savvy expert out there who’s already created a whiz-bang plugin, or a product to do exactly what you want. Suzanne Bird-Harris is a perfect example. Email.

Top 47 B2B Marketing Posts - Hot Topics Ning and Facebook - July 2010

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Digg this! Advertorial (4). Best of B2B Marketing. July 1, 2010 to July 31, 2010. Featured Sources. The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. The 20 craziest things you can do on Twitter - grow - Practical Marketing Solutions , July 7, 2010 OK, we’ve heard all the great business success stories about connecting and learning through Twitter. But the human race is made up of all kinds of people and some of them have more important things to do. Like hooking their toilet up to Twitter.  Bloody great idea. doth protest. Tweet This! Dead wrong.

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