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Posted on February 21, 2013 by Heidi Cohen in Blogging |
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
For bloggers who spend hours pouring their heart and soul into each blog post, this may sound like heresy. But the reality is that if you don’t promote your content effectively, your hard work of crafting the optimal post is for naught.
To facilitate the blog promotion process, here are twenty-three social media tips to get your blog content in front of the largest possible audience.
For small businesses and other organizations with limited budgets, social media marketing can be a great equalizer by providing another way of engaging with your target market and the public. Social media marketing on a budget requires thinking through your business and marketing strategy first. Focus your efforts on one form of social media and do it well. Here’s a set of ten questions to help you lay the groundwork and seven options for leveraging social media on a budget.
Posted on October 12, 2010 by Heidi Cohen in Content Marketing |
Online photographs are easy to snap and share especially with social media platforms like Flickr and Facebook. Here are 5 ways to use photographs to extend your company’s reach and engage your prospects and customers.
Don’t jump in social media without thinking through your marketing plan. Here are 5 business rationales to help get you started. Please read on…