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Month: April 2013

Foursquare is Shopping for Advertisers

We’ve seen it time and again, and again, and again. Social networks start treading water and desperately cling to ad monies to stay afloat. Enter Foursquare, the latest app to […]

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8 Simple Ways to Make Your Blog More Appealing

Does you blog seem to be missing something? Are you pouring a lot of effort and time into it and not getting the traffic you think it should? Maybe your […]

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What to Learn From Bad Guest Post Pitches Like These

Blogger outreach generally involves connecting to sites in order to develop mutually beneficial relationships by contributing content.  In order to start developing the relationship, there first has to be initial […]

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Buddy Cup: Do We Really Need Social Drinking Glasses?

It’s Monday and my coffee maker broke this morning, so I’d like to use today’s space as a soap box rallying against the endless number of contraptions meant to keep […]

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Outreach: Using a Blog Roll as a Networking Tool

Outreach is about making connections and forming lasting relationships with bloggers. Once a relationship is formed with a blogger, the next step is to expand the network. One way to […]

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There’s No Place Like (Facebook) Home

We all know the saying “there’s no place like home,” well now Mark Zuckerberg wants everyone to feel that way about his newest creation: Facebook Home. Home is where the […]

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21 Ways to Attract New Readers and Keep Them Coming Back

Increasing traffic, it’s a quandary faced by anyone who runs a blog. The only thing harder than acquiring new readers is converting them into regular visitors. Follow these 21 tips […]

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18 Editorial Calendar Tools That Help Manage And Organize Your Content

Without an organized Editorial Calendar, it’s easy for blogs to get out of hand. Posts can become sporadic, authors will blow past deadlines and many great ideas will be lost […]

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Amazon Leaks Rumors About a TV Box

Ah television, it’s more American than eating apple pie at a baseball game. For decades, American families have crowded around the television to catch their favorite programs, enjoy TV dinners […]

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Cup of Copy: Credibility vs. Convenience

After the wake of the Associated Press’ Twitter incident this week, I got to thinking about how much content has changed because of technology. All aspects of content have evolved […]

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