Author: Elizabeth Krecker
Do you enjoy Pinterest? Well, so do I! In fact, I can spend hours and hours on Pinterest without even realizing that time has gone by. So, what does Pinterest have to do with promoting your blog posts? Along with stunning images of dinner tables in Bordeaux and beautiful dresses from Milan, there are many infographics about blogging and social media on Pinterest including this one from Launchgrowjoy.
When considering SEO, according to Reddit, “high-ranking content contains the following: more words, fewer static keywords, and is valuable.”
At the risk of sounding redundant, this is a blog post about blogging. In a moment, I’ll share 13 blog statistics you probably don’t know, but should, from Social Marketing Writing. But let me open by first describing how vastly the blogosphere has changed in the past 10 years.
Have you noticed lately that you’ve been getting emails from companies with specific titles tailored just for you? For example, I received one the other day with this title, “We noticed you haven’t opened our emails.” Well…I hadn’t. Busted! I clicked the link. And, suddenly, I was personally engaged in this company’s concern for me.
On February 16, 1978, Ward Christensen and Randy Seuss, two computer hobbyists, invented the public dialup bulletin board system to share information with fellow computer aficionados. From this playful undertaking, social media was born.
Check out the lists of best and worst words to use on LinkedIn. All of my favorite words are listed in guess which column: Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn. Surprised? I sure was.