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May 26th


How To Grow Your Audience To Become An Industry Influencer: #CoChat
Every blogger starts in the same place, with no audience. Sure, a few readers may slowly start to trickle in, but how do you grow your audience beyond organic means? Well, the best way to learn is by asking someone who has overcome this challenge. That’s why we asked the awesome people of #CoChat how they grew their audience. Read More

How to Use Server Log Analysis for Technical SEO
It’s ten o’clock. Do you know where your logs are? I’m introducing this guide with a pun on a common public-service announcement that has run on late-night TV news broadcasts in the United States because log analysis is something that is extremely newsworthy and important. Read More

Simple Steps for Conducting Creative Content Research
Most frequently, the content we create at Distilled is designed to attract press coverage, social shares, and exposure (and links) on sites our clients’ target audience reads. That’s a tall order. Over the years we’ve had our hits and misses, and through this we’ve recognised the value of learning about what makes a piece of content successful. Coming up with a great idea is difficult, and it can be tough to figure out where to begin. Today, rather than leaping headlong into brainstorming sessions, we start with creative content research. Read More

Four Blogging Tools to Make your Content Go Further
You put in countless hours to create the highest quality content possible week after week. Maybe you even spend money on hiring a graphic designer to make your work look even better. But what good is a solid piece of content if it’s not being put in front of the right audience? These four blogger tools are must-haves for any publisher looking to increase the reach of their online content Read More

Double Your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcast And Other Social Media Followings With This One Simple Plugin
You may have noticed this little slider pop out from the left side as you scroll down posts here at Entrepreneurs-Journey. Since I added the Facebook slider a few months ago it’s responsible for adding over 6,000 new followers to my Facebook profile. Considering I only had about 2,000 followers before this I consider that a pretty good result so far! Read More

Crush Public Speaking Gigs With These Presentation Tips
One of the very best things you can do for your business and for your professional prospects is to get up on a stage in front of tens, hundreds or even thousands of people and give a talk. Yes, public speaking is easily one of the most common fears and it can be even more profound than the fear of death. Many people are more scared of giving a eulogy than being the guy in the casket. Read More

Keep Content Flowing With This Easy Agile Marketing Tool
There are times when a wrench gets thrown into your content marketing machine and you can’t figure out who threw it. Nothing seems different, but suddenly you’re rushing to make deadlines, editors are stressed, and the whole process has become frantic. Read More

Selling on Google: Frequently Asked Questions About Google Shopping Answered
24 Questions About Selling on Google Shopping Google Shopping is a program that merits a well-thought-out and sophisticated approach as a high-volume, bottom-of-the-funnel product advertising channel and rapid customer-acquisition tool. This month we hosted a 3-day Virtual Summit devoted entirely to Google Shopping Read More

This Brand Is Tickled Pink, Literally
The use of colors in a given brand’s logo is a topic that is often discussed and debated with the impact those colors can have from a marketing and advertising perspective at the top of the priority list. A lot of thought goes into, or at least it should, the color or colors of a given brand’s logo for each color can serve to represent differing traits or characteristics. For example, according to the Logo Design Guru, black can represent authority, power and mystery. Read More

27 Killer Strategies for Brainstorming Blog Post Ideas
Remember when you first started blogging? Your mind was flooded with great blog post ideas – coming up with them wasn’t challenging. Instead, executing on those ideas is probably what was keeping you up at night. Then one day, you’re not sure how or why – your flow of ideas started to slow. Your posting schedule became less consistent, and the pressure to come up with new topics only increased your anxiety. Read More

6 Facebook Management Tools to Manage Your Daily Activities
Using Facebook to run and promote your business is no easy task. It’s not just about posting great content and doing so regularly, there are lots of other tasks to keep on top of: there’s lead generation, running promotions, social listening, scheduling appointments, selling, advertising… and so on, all of which are a critical part of business success. Read More

Ten Hidden Gems In Google Analytics: Do Smarter Web Data Analysis!
The 80/20 rule applies to our use of web analytics tools as well. Most of us use just a small amount of power our tools contain. This hurts my feelings! Ok, not so much hurts my feelings and more that I’m sad you are not taking advantage of all of the features at your disposal to drive smarter decisions by your leadership teams. Read More

6 Unique Ways to Target Your Facebook Ads
Do you use Facebook ads to their full potential? Interested in reaching highly specific groups of people? Facebook ad targeting offers businesses many ways to serve the right ad to the right user at the right time. In this article I’ll share six ways to target Facebook users with your ads, many you’ve likely not considered. Read More


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