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Julius Caesar was told to “Beware the Ides of March” by a soothsayer. Ignoring the warning led to his downfall on this day in 44 BC. Do you know where your reputation and business may be at risk from your social media, content marketing and blogging activities? While some companies are afraid to engage on social media due to the fear of negative feedback, many others overlook the more obvious dangers. Here are fifteen social media, content marketing and blogging gotchas that can endanger your business and reputation without your realizing it and actionable marketing tactics to get you back on track. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Blogging is a key element of social media, content marketing and search optimization. It should be at the heart of your digital marketing plans.
Regardless of whether you’re a newbie or experienced blogger; or you’re an independent or business blogger, you need to use a combination of tools to maximize your return on blogging.
The best blogging tools support a combination of social media, content marketing and search optimization. Here are seven tools that are core to blogging success. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
What distinguishes one blog from another is what you do with your blog and how you build it to achieve your goals. To give you a boost on building your blog or to take your blog to the next level, here are twenty-one steps to help. Each step includes links to more detailed information to get your blog on track. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog