Note: This post was originally published at NakedPR.com / SocialRealist.com on May 26, 2008. It was moved to BizAmmo upon that blog’s retirement. – I don’t know about you, but I’m sick and tired of hearing about so-and-so blacklisting PR firms, or PR people blacklisting… Read More
By: Diana Ting (Note from the editor: This article, originally published at ProBusinessWriter.com, looks at common bad behavior when business owners write and send press releases to bloggers. And while it pains me to have to say this, I know if I don’t someone will… Read More
When you start a new website or blog, should you write articles solely for search engines, or should readers be your number one concern? Find out how why your starting content strategy can make or break your website.
Do you take your online business seriously, or are you setting yourself up for failure? Find out why you need to treat your online business as a real business venture and not a casual hobby (such as blogging for profit) if you want to reap the most rewards and keep it all legal.
When you want to set up a new blog, the first step is to find a niche (a topic) to blog about. How you choose a niche for your blog will depend on your blogging motivations: whether you’re blogging simply for pleasure, to promote something,… Read More
In this seven-part / seven-day series, I’ll be walking you through the steps of launching a new blog. This is set up in a seven day set for those who can’t devote a lot of time up front. Others will be able to complete all… Read More
Business blogging, or corporate blogging, has potential PR value for even small business owners. If you’re considering setting up a company blog for your small or online business, there are several things you might do with that business blog, including: 1. Using the business blog… Read More