Google Alerts: How to Easily Follow Your Industry Trends on the World Wide Web

Google Alerts is a tool I often mention to clients. It super useful to bloggers and entrepreneurs and great for keeping your finger on the pulse of any topic, person, team, or treads. One of my friends and colleagues is writing a blog on what I’d call a developing story–bed bugs. Bed bugs have been … Read more

New Bloggers: Learn How to Write a Blog in 7 Simple Steps

There are a few steps you can take in writing your blog posts that will make them more enticing to read and generate more blog traffic. I’ll provide details on each of these steps in future posts. 1.     Use the Google Adwords Keyword Tool to pick a keyword phrase for your article. Google “Google … Read more

WordPress Websites, or Blog Websites, Don’t Have to Look Like Blogs

I was walking with a friend yesterday and discussing the look of blogs. I was explaining that we are building lots of Word Press blogs for our small business clients these days because active blogs are excellent for building traffic and the blog has built-in, easy-to-use editing tools for updating the website. However, these sites … Read more

Blogging: What You Can Learn from Dan Kennedy about Getting Things Done

In Dan Kennedy’s book No B.S. Time Management for Entrepreneurs one of the main secrets he shares about getting things done is to put those tasks on your calendar. It’s pretty common to map out a day or a week; however, he suggests when you choose your goals and strategies, take it a step further … Read more

Blogger Inadequacy: What to do when you can’t or won’t write your blog?

Week before last I wrote about the beauty of blogging. Ironically, the next week I was overcome with feelings of blogger inadequacy and had difficulty coming up with any topic for my blog. I had shifted from beauty to sogginess. It was pointed out to me by my friends and loved one that blogger inadequacy … Read more

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