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Category: Content
18 May 2015

Slideshare Content Creation and Marketing Checklist

Want to make it on Sideshare? You should, it is one of the most under-praised yet powerful tools out there right now. Since LinkedIn stepped up and took it under their wing, it has even more social clout. Professionals that want to connect with other industry powerhouses should be jumping on board, stat. The problem is that not many users know how to make it really work for them. Which…


06 Apr 2015

How to Integrate Content Creation with Outreach and Relationship Building

What is the goal of your content creation strategy? Most people would fall directly back on the most obvious line: to increase traffic. But is that really the end goal? Anything can cause a spike in traffic to a website, and it doesn’t immediately indicate a result once it has. You could have 10,000 unique views to your blog a month, but it doesn’t mean anything if they are just…


09 Mar 2015

How to Identify Plagiarism

I am the victim of theft. As a matter of fact, I am the repeated victim of content theft. Since becoming a blogger, writer and content provider, my work has been stolen a number of times. Sometimes this has been by individuals taking credit on a personal basis for my work. More often it has been by content mining programs that steal random work with decent page views and posts…


09 Feb 2015

Awesome Resources for Article Ideas in Any Niche

Brainstorming can be tough. You get distracted easily and everything seems to have already been written! To add to that, requirements to content concepts and titles have become much more complicated. I remember the time when all we had to worry about is a good use of a key phrase to make sure that articles comes up in search results. With the growing importance of social media traffic, we now…


02 Feb 2015

How To Use Slideshare To Plan Your Writing

As a content marketer, you are always going to struggle balancing the planning process with the creative process. This is something that happens to everyone in that medium, whether they are writing technical manuals or novels. We are always looking for tools to make the process a little bit more efficient or simple, or just to help us organize our thoughts a bit more. I am happy to say that…


26 Jan 2015

15 Most Creative Tumblr Blog Ideas to Inspire

I love Tumblr. I don’t have time to maintain my own Tumblr blog but browsing through others’ sites is very inspiring. I don’t know how they ended up nurturing such a creative community but some of Tumblr blogs just leave you wondering “How did they even come up with this idea”? Tumblr is one of the best sources of viral content ideas: For sure… 1. Reasons My Son Is Crying…


09 Jan 2015

Inspiring Content Marketing: Just Do It!

I read a really SEO- inspirational story on this week about musician Matt Farley, who made $27,000 making music on the side, and getting it on spotify and iTunes, after noticing that people type in ‘weird stuff’. High five to Matt Farley for leveraging the long tail of iTunes and Spotify! Some cool takeaways for the rest of us a) Dive in even if you suck at first When ever…


05 Jan 2015

9 Cool Youtube Tools to Boost Your Creativity

Admit it, you spend well over the healthy amount of time on YouTube. We all do. With so much content, from amateur videos to professional films, being uploaded every day, it is an irresistible distraction and a bit of a productivity hazard… as well as a huge creativity booster! Youtube is a fantastic platform with a lot to offer. These nine cool YouTube tools will help you get the most…


22 Dec 2014

7 Hot Slideshares: What Can WE Learn?

There is something very enticing about using Slideshare. It is a well established social network and content sharing platform, and yet it hasn’t become so over-used that you can easily become lost in the crowd. There is still a rather good chance of finding a certain viral (or near viral) status there. But just because it isn’t as crowded as the Facebooks and Twitters of the world, doesn’t mean you…


15 Dec 2014

6 Best Google Docs Apps for Writing Productivity and Collaboration

Google Docs has been one of the most powerful editing and collaboration tools for years. And it’s free! The built-in ability to create documents, invite editor and collaborate in real time is awesome. The rest can be achieved through helpful addons that are available all over the web. Sadly, there are not nearly as many of these extensions as there are for their flagship browser, Chrome, or as many apps…


08 Dec 2014

7 Best Flipboard Magazines For Online Marketers

Have you discovered the majesty that is Flipboard, yet? I am unabashedly obsessed with this content curation tool, and I have been spending way too much time playing around with it. For those who have not yet fallen in love, this is an advanced RSS feed that creates “magazines” of your chosen content. So you can completely customize what you see, and read it with flipped pages in your browser,…


25 Nov 2014

Digital Dojo: What Do George Takei, Liam Neeson, And Henry Ford Have In Common?

You learn something new every single day. For example, if you were to watch every single of episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones in succession, it would take you 30 hours. Also, French explorer Napoleon wasn’t actually a midget, and dogs sweat through their foot pads. It’s all pretty cool if you think about it. So, what exactly do George Takei, Liam Neeson, and Henry Ford have in common? It’s…


14 Nov 2014

Creating Interactive Videos

Video creation, Video marketing and SEO, Video training… all areas of my expertise.  However, with all of the fun video software and gadgets in my library and tool belt, I am always looking for more opportunities. Having already mastered the use of the Google Hangouts and the factory-like transition into sending them out as instagram vids and podcasts, it is time to expand on other areas where video content may…