Archive - April 2017

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3 Things Freelancers Need to Know about Your Audience
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Choosing an Infographic Style: Timelines
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Do You Maintain Your Evergreen Content?
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WhitePaper Release: Growing and Sculpting Your Link Portfolio
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2017 Digital Marketing Statistics
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6 Sites for Promoting Your Business
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6 Unappealing Content Marketing Practices
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Under the Radar — Why Spellcheckers Sometimes Aren’t Enough
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WordPress Plugin Snapshot: Edit Flow
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Keep Scope Creep From Being Bad for Business

3 Things Freelancers Need to Know about Your Audience

Think of the books, music, movies, television programs, or even political speeches that have resonated with you. They connected with you on an almost (or maybe completely) emotional level. They[…]

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Choosing an Infographic Style: Timelines

Infographics offer a powerful medium for sharing detailed information with your readers, giving viewers a sleek visual that’s far more intuitive than a lengthy article. The most important part of[…]

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Do You Maintain Your Evergreen Content?

You’ve heard of evergreen content. The topics don’t change and are always relevant in some way, which means you don’t have to update it, right? Not necessarily. Though evergreen content[…]

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6 Sites for Promoting Your Business

When most people need help finding a store with good bargains, a fun way to spend a day, or a good restaurant, they use their smartphones to get the latest[…]

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6 Unappealing Content Marketing Practices

Content marketing is a sticky area that has a variety of different content marketing practices to choose from. Search engine algorithms change so fast that the very tactics that were boosting[…]

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WordPress Plugin Snapshot: Edit Flow

WordPress has long been a go-to for blogging, but today this platform is far more than a simple means for updating posts. WordPress is a versatile and powerful tool that[…]

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Keep Scope Creep From Being Bad for Business

Planning a business project is tricky; sometimes they stick relatively closely to the plan you created, while other times they seem to develop another head and go careening off in[…]

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