You work hard to create quality content for your blog, so you owe it to yourself to make sure that you’re doing everything that you can to generate traffic to your blog, and to keep visitors coming back. I’ve been blogging now for about 18 months, so I thought I would share some tips on what has worked for me.
Hiring a Ghostwriter — “a person who writes books, articles, (business blogs) etc. for another who professes to be the author”– can be a difficult task.
People just love free stuff. Free is one of the most valuable marketing tools a blogger has. For a blogger, the cost of free is, well, pretty much free (sans your time). The trick to pricing free is that something has to make up for all that free stuff you give away. Pricing Free Now,…
As shared in my previous posts, the time has come for us to seriously think of managing our online persona and reputation. Web 2.0 tools have democratized publishing, blogging being one well known example. But, the lower the barriers to entry, the higher the need for staying relevant: the quality of the content that we are creating and sharing matters as well as how that is perceived and redistributed by others.
Our online persona is defined by digital stuff that we create and who we share it with. Our reputation is then defined by how what we create is perceived and valued by others anywhere in the world. The fact is that your online reputation is now part of your personal identity and, frankly speaking, that is not yet well understood by many.