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Need to fill your summer editorial calendar for your content marketing or blog? Here are 99 FREE summer blog titles. You can use them for content marketing!
As the middle of August approaches, do you need help jumpstarting your writing and content creation? Are you’re stuck behind your computer waiting for inspiration to strike? If so, we’ve got 40 free titles to get you writing. As David Ogilvy pointed out in On Advertising, “On average, five times as many people read the headlines as read the body copy.”
Do you need a push to get your creative juices flowing? Could you use a little help in crafting blog posts and content that pulls prospects and the public in? Many writers just need an idea for their working title to get on track. As David Ogilvy pointed out in On Advertising, “On average, five times as many people read the headlines as read the body copy.”
With summer just around the corner, here are 50 free blog and content marketing titles with additional suggestions to provide the inspiration you need to fill your editorial calendar for the next few months. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
To celebrate our blog’s second year of being open to the public, we’ve written an e-book entitled What Every Blogger Needs to Know: 101 Actionable Blogging Tips. Packed with lessons learned over two eventful years of blogging, it’s our way of thanking you, our readers, for joining us on this journey. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
The free lunch concept arose in the late 1870s as a way to fill saloons and sell alcoholic drinks by giving away meals. Today, the Internet gives new meaning to the words “free lunch” as in without cost. Whether free lunch refers to shipping and handling which shoppers take as given for online purchases, content which readers expect from established media entities and other content sources, or advice from experienced individuals in the form of information and/or guidance for specific business challenges, participants expect not to pay in any form. Here are 7 ways to help your firm pay for today’s free lunch.
The “We Heart Bloggers” Contest ran throughout the month of February, 2011, to celebrate bloggers across the blogosphere. Bloggers were challenged to write a post using one of these 125 Blog Free Titles based on childhood concepts and to tweet it using the #BloggerLove hashtag. And, the winner is…
In honor of Valentine’s Day show your customers some love. The goal is to delight them in an unexpected way and we have a list of 100 options to help you. [BTW, here’s our #BloggerLove Contest to celebrate our readers. Enter a blog post with one of these 125 free blog titles by February 28th, 2011 to win.]