6 Best Places for the Email Opt-in Form on Your Blog

When it comes to learning the Blogging territory and craft of writing and self-promotion, lots of big names in Social Media are worth listening to: Gary Vaynerchuk, Chris Brogan, Brian Solis, Guy Kawasaki,  among others. I tend to favor the information I get from the women in the industry: Amy Porterfield, Mari Smith, Kate Buck [...]

How Do Companies Use Social Media [Infographic]

  Most times a picture can tell you more than a 30 page report. Here is a visual representation of statistics pulled together from several reports by Brian Solis, RH Smith, University of Massachusetts, eMarketer.com, and BloggingPRWeb.com. Thanks also to The Chris Voss Show for the link. Buffer

Why You Should Be Adding Pinterest to Your Social Media Strategy

With it’s meteoric rise in online subscriber minutes, Pinterest has definitely entered the ranks of serious Social Media platforms. Of course, with any new darling getting lots of press, some of it has been negative lately. The statistics and feedback I am seeing lately indicate you should enter with your eyes wide open, but don’t [...]

How To: Troubleshoot Your WordPress Blog

Although there are still a few holdouts, WordPress.org had the majority of the serious and professional blog business and much of the website business these days. WordPress.com is similar, not as full-featured, and considered to be for the blogger that is more of a hobbyist. Once you get your domain name and go through [...]

Blogging Accountability Equals Accelerated Results

Last week I joined a group of 20 kindred souls on Facebook. People who are setting goals to take their business to the next level, but need just a nudge from someone to make sure that the truly desired result is achieved. We each publish our goal for the week on the Group’s Page on [...]