Kodak’s Social Media Success—and What Bloggers Can Learn From It

Kodak’s Social Media Success—and What Bloggers Can Learn From It

This guest post is by Ricky of www.wickedleo.com. With an active Facebook page, three corporate blogs, a couple of Twitter accounts, a YouTube channel, a Flickr profile and more, Kodak seems to be smiling pretty much all over the social media arena. And no, it’s not just for the sake of social media presence alone. Kodak [...]

How I Tweaked my WordPress Blog to Rank Better in the Search Engines

How I Tweaked my WordPress Blog to Rank Better in the Search Engines

This guest post is by Jonathan of NutraSol Natural Center. As bloggers and website owners, improving our websites is an absolute must, and search engine optimization is important if we want to get more traffic through search engines. I have been familiar with SEO since before I started my first blog on professional business strategies. [...]

Kickstart Your Stalled Blog Content, Part 2: Make Writing Work For You

On the weekend we looked at a little exercise for kickstarting stalled content on your blog. This approach can be useful for reviving a long-neglected blog or just for reinvigorating your blogging when you’re struggling to keep up a regular posting routine. For all the advice you can read online about blogging productivity, the one [...]

Google Penalizes Copyright Infringers: Are You At Risk?

This guest post is by Shahzad Saeed of TechAndProject.com. Recently Google announced on its official blog that it will start penalizing sites that are accused of copyright infringement. The announcement may reduce the content theft around the web, since now it is clear that if a site continuously violates copyright laws, it will lose search [...]

Kickstart Your Stalled Blog Content, Part 1: Six Steps to a Fresh Post

Kickstart Your Stalled Blog Content, Part 1: Six Steps to a Fresh Post

Just starting a blog? Longing to revive an old, forgotten blog? Or just feeling guilty because you’ve let your blog languish without a post for a little too long? Image courtesy stock.xchng user tikideputy If your blog’s fallen behind your ideal post frequency, you’re in luck. Today, I’m going to give you a six-step plan [...]

Five Newsworthy Stories for Your Next Press Release

This guest post is by Frank Strong of Vocus. Most bloggers understand that online press releases can drive traffic. Press releases are powerful ways to reach people through search. As Lee Odden wrote in his book Optimize, “search is an explicit expression of need or want” and online press releases provide the means to reach people at [...]

Behind the Scenes of the DPS Pinterest Strategy: Case Study

Behind the Scenes of the DPS Pinterest Strategy: Case Study

A couple of weeks ago, I was asked if I wanted to set up and manage the Pinterest account for Digital Photography School. Within a week, we had launched, and Darren explained his take on the process in this case study. So far, the account has nearly 5000 followers. We have been getting a lot [...]

Finding a Mentor-writer—and What to Do Once You Have

This guest post is by Karol K of imcreator.com Who is a mentor-writer? This question is probably on your mind right now. Even more importantly, why do you need one? Let me take this from the top. Is there a writer or an author you’ve always looked up to? Someone whose writing style is exceptionally [...]