As some of you may have noticed, I have a big gap in my blog this year. I had a baby in February and took related time off. Even after I returned to work, I needed some time to adjust before I got the blog rolling again. The good thing about my work is that […]
While it’s tempting to do a quick Internet search and use the first one that pops up, saving and using those photos is stealing.
Even planning ahead, you can’t plan for everything. This blog will be on a break for my maternity leave until March.
In some cases, it’s just fine to skip a week of blogging and not worry about it. However, if you’re diligent and dedicated, you might want to plan ahead for your absence by scheduling a few blog posts.
A press release is not just another piece of content you send out to the world in hopes that you’ll get some return in the form of business or higher Google rankings.
Small business owners: start your engines. Your writing engines, that is. Content marketing and the writing that goes with it are probably part of your 2015 business goals. But now that the new year is here, how are you going to accomplish that aspect of your marketing? 1. Pick your content marketing “poison.” Sure, you […]
I am on vacation* this week and next for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Wishing you the best! *Back to work Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. But let’s be honest: Small business owners aren’t really on vacation. It just means I’m catching up on administrative stuff. 🙂
Producing great content through blog posts is tough on the fly. Prepare now by mapping out your 52 posts for 2015. Here’s how.
Small business owners often hear that content marketing is smart. But only if you do it right.
Pro tip: It’s OK to take a week off from blogging during down times, such as holidays. Of course, there is also less content out there, so if you can, it’s a great time to post. Do what feels right to you. Here is what I am doing: