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The "Digital Dead List"
At times, brands have to make tough decision to kill off their products even if it turns the raving fans sad. Sometimes the decision might be justifiable from t
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Would the #AppleCar be a lemon?
Bloggers have warned about the dangers of Microsoft and Google forays into the automotive industry. Did you know that Apple could be making cars by 2020?
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Listen to your best friend on the important matters of life and work.
Hi there! My name is “You’re such a good boy, yes you are!” At least, that’s what my human calls me. Anyway, I’m not like most golden retrievers.
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Good friends won't steer you wrong. No barking up the wrong tree!
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1. If you can’t produce high-quality content, then writing every day is pointless.

2. More frequent content does not always translate to more of your target readers.

3. Generating topic ideas daily could leave your brain running on empty.

4. You’ve started to annoy your audience.

#bloggingtips
Ask Google how often you should publish blog posts, and you’ll be bombarded with all kinds of different answers. Many bloggers and marketing companies advo
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What do you think of this argument for short and sweet content?
This is Why I’m Not Reading your Content: Sincerely by Audience To help you comprehend how an average reader perceives your content, here is a little tutoria
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Yeah, +HealthQuotes.ca at least this generation is scanning.
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Raise the temperature of your content.
What do pretty girls and bloggers have in common? Admittedly, not a whole lot, although there are plenty of smoking hot bloggers. But for those of us who are
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#StumbleUpon  yeah
StumbleUpon is more than just a social networking or a bookmarking site. People use it as a discovery engine, brainstorming and marketing tool and even for ente
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1. Some bloggers crank out more noise than a teething newborn.
2. You can’t distinguish between an “authority” and a narcissist.
3. The information you’re finding is repetitive and uninspiring
What would you say if I told you to STOP reading blog posts altogether? Obviously, I’m not going to do that (after all, what you’re reading now is a blog
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Cruel Opt-out Forms - http://cruelestoptouts.tumblr.com/
A project by Lydia Laurenson / @lydialaurenson / Journalism For Brands To submit a cruel opt-out...
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Big corporations are slow.
Corporations are slow and ugly but you aren't. In fact the best way to compete with huge corporations is too mimic some of their strategies. That's impossible you argue? Well, there are ways to act like a corporation without having thousands of employees all over the world.
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Great point, small, lean operations should be able to get something done much quicker than a big corporation.
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