Blogging

35 Blogging Ideas That Are Guaranteed to Be Popular Topics

Blogging with a purpose increases market share, consumer engagement, revenue growth, and ROI. Of course, you want to do that. I mean, just look at this: But once they start the blog, a lot of people I know are still stuck on the fundamental question: What do we blog about? Here is a list of 35 types of articles, topics, and ... Read More »

Why Your Business Can Benefit from SEO Blogs

Have you heard a lot of fuss around blogging and wondered if your business can truly benefit from SEO blogs? Blog posts are weaved into your everyday Google searches. As a business owner, you recognize the importance of getting enough eyeballs on your website. The more traffic your website gets, the more potential for leads, conversions, and sales. Through a ... Read More »

8 Effective Blog Writing Tips

Content is a crucial part of building a strong online presence. One of the best tactics for building out your small business content is by writing blog articles. By publishing new blog posts regularly, you’ll get a fresh source of content for your email newsletters and create a lot more opportunities for your website to rank in relevant search results. ... Read More »

What is a Blog? – Definition of Terms Blog, Blogging, and Blogger

Do you know what a blog is? If you don’t, then you’ve come to the right place. In 1994, when blogs began, a blog was more of a personal diary that people shared online. In this online journal, you could talk about your daily life or share about things that you were doing. Then, people saw an opportunity to communicate ... Read More »

Tumblr now removes reblogs in violatioTumblr now removes reblogs in violation of its hate-speech policy, not just the original postsn of its hate-speech policy, not just the original posts

Tumblr is making a change to how it deals with hate speech on its blogging platform. The company announced today it will also remove the reblogs (repostings) from any blogs that were suspended for violating its policies around hate speech. Already, the company says it’s identified nearly 1,000 blogs that were banned for blatant violations of its hate-speech rules. Most ... Read More »

Friday Kitten Blogging – 28 February 2020

My mother’s kittens are now five weeks old, so I figure it’s time to check in again. It turns out that they have escaped their box and are now energetically exploring the entire bedroom—but not the rest of the house. Not yet, anyway. I’m not sure what’s up with that, but I’m sure that soon they’ll be scampering everywhere that’s ... Read More »

24 Tips to Better Blogging (With Less Effort)

Many very good bloggers struggle to survive on a small trickle of visitors. Most fail. It’s crucial to squeeze every last conversion from any and all traffic you get. Here’s how to generate the highest possible returns (conversions) for your blogging efforts, per unit of blog traffic. These tips apply regardless of whether your blog gets 10 or 10 000 ... Read More »

8 Reasons to Start Business Blogging in 2020

“It’s a fad.” “Won’t last.” “Wait till the next thing comes along.” The demise of the blog has been predicted ever since it first washed up on the shores of business marketing strategies. Looking at the figures, though, there’s no sign of this trend slowing down. In 1999 there were just 26 blogs on the internet, by 2019 that number ... Read More »

Business Blogging: 5 Things To Avoid

Blogging can have a significant positive effect on your business or career if done well. Many people concentrate on what to do, but not what to avoid which is equally important. Here are 5 common errors to avoid with business blogs. 1) No Blog Focus In a personal blog you can ramble about whatever you’d like: sports, the weather, your ... Read More »

Happy 25th year, blogging. You’ve grown up, but social media is still having a brawl

Last Monday was a significant anniversary in the evolution of the web. It was 25 years to the day since the first serious blog appeared. It was called Scripting News and the url was (and remains) at scripting.com. Its author is a software wizard named Dave Winer, who’s updated it every day since 1994. And despite its wide readership, it has never ... Read More »