Tag Archives: blogger

4 Bloggers to Follow

These are my favorite Bloggers. Who are yours? All four meet the following criteria. They are: Remarkable  Special in some way Special to me in some way Super-engaging online Just plain amazing Without further ado, I give you my top 4 favorite Bloggers. Jillian Jackson Jillian runs several blogs. Her Things Are OK blog has [...]

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How Can Hudson Valley Stand Out in Social Media?

After I did a Hangout On Air in anticipation of Mid-Hudson Valley Digital Marketers Meet-Up, Paul Rakov asked “how could a business in the Hudson Valley stand out using social media?” See Paul’s comment below. I mean, sure. I could have given Paul a half-assed answer in Youtube comments, but I figured a blog post would [...]

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Conversations With Google – Traffic

How come Google is able to make money indexing blog content, and yet bloggers are not able to make money creating content? Something is wrong with the system. It needs to be re-imagined. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: DIYBloggerNET

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Blog More in Less Time with @AlchemyAPI

If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog, then you might be familiar with the pain and agony of filling out this little guy. Tags. That painful afterthought that stands between me and getting my next blog post done and done with. Tags. That annoying thing I don’t want to fill out but have to because [...]

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Blogging As The Battle of Thermopylae

Some of you will know the story through a film adaptation of a graphic novel by Frank Miller. 300 is a story based on the Battle of Thermopylae as described by the Greek Historian, Herodotus. According to Herodotus, King Leonidas of Sparta held off a million man Persian army for seven days. Outflanked, Leonidas stood with his [...]

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Top 3 Tribe Building Strategies for Bloggers

I’ve written about basic tribe building strategies already. The niche, the low-mid-high strategy and timeline strategy. After using Triberr for a while and with ample input from everyone in Triberr community, I’ve devised three additional strategies. Here we go. The Posting Frequency Strategy It might be perceived as unfair if one tribe member posts 3-4 [...]

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5 Things You Should Do To Lose Your Blogging Virginity Like a Slut

In the age of choc-o-block mediocre blog(s) that no one reads, and the emergence of A list bloggers with book deals, it can be a difficult decision to decide to launch a new blog into an over-saturated market. And harder still if you’re a total tech newbie? A Twitter ignoramus, and wouldn’t know CSS or [...]

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The Age Of Social Media Superstars Is OVER!!!

I remember listening to one of Gary Vee’s talks where he said that he wishes he could erase his Social Media notoriety only so that he could show that the hard work and his passionate approach to marketing would win the day once again. I love Gary, I really do. I think he is on [...]

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