Social Media Networking is a Waste of Time

Are you in the camp that believes social media marketing networking is a waste of time?  If you are, you’re not alone.  I regularly talk to people who don’t believe social media networking works and it is too time consuming to bother with.  Often-times they have tried ‘doing’ social media and have a blog on […]

SEO Training in Action

I’m running behind on my editorial calendar once again, but this time it’s not because of a hurricane it’s because I was traveling and had the great opportunity to connect and teach.  I did manage to get one post written and published before I left, but not enough. Among many other great topics the SEO […]

10 Tips for Writing People and SEO Friendly Content

Was it Blaise Pascal or Benjamin Franklin that said, “If I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter?“ It may also have been Henry David Thoreau, Cicero, or Woodrow Wilson. The truth is that it doesn’t matter if it was one or all of them, they are words to write by. Search […]

10 Sources for Business Blog Content

Do you ever find yourself sitting down to write a blog post and realize that you’re spending more time surfing the internet looking for inspiration than writing? Writers block is real.  Some days the ideas and words just flow and other days it seems like there’s nothing there. When you write on a regular basis, […]

Blogging For Business – What Should You Write About?

A conversation I often have with my clients is how important it is to have a blog for their business and to make sure that they are writing about the right things.  One of the most common questions I hear is “How do I know what to write about?” The answer is actually not as […]

Blogging for Business – Look and Then Leap

I’m finally back to writing blog posts after a week-long disruption to power and internet access due to the power and reach of Hurricane Sandy.  I learned a big lesson about practicing what I preach and having a series of blog posts written and scheduled just in case life throws a curve ball my way. […]