How to Build your Business Blogging Momentum (One Article at a Time)

blogging momentum

blogging momentum

You’ve heard of all the benefits of blogging for business so you update your website and get an awesome looking new blog.

Then you go back to business as usual.

You’re happy that you have a blog but then reality sets in and there’s no way you have time to create new content regularly.

So the blog sits quietly, ready and waiting to help grow your business, but having nothing to say in the mean time.

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When did you last clean up your Twitter account?

Clean up your Twitter accounts

Every once in a while I will spring clean my Twitter accounts to make sure that I am getting the most value from my time on Twitter. Here is my 4 step process for giving a Twitter spring clean: 1. Follow People Firstly follow more people! A percentage of the people you follow will follow … Read more

3 Tools to Streamline your Twitter Updates (and Give you More Time to Build Relationships)

streamline your twitter

streamline your twitter

Often the biggest challenge of social media marketing is finding the time to do it. Fortunately there are some great low-cost tools available which can help streamline your activity.

I use Buffer, HootSuite and SocialOomph to automate the more tedious tasks on Twitter, such as content distribution and following back, so I can concentrate on engaging with my followers in real time. Read on to find out how I do it.

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5 Top Tips for Making the Most of LinkedIn in 2013

In terms of social media, Facebook is a coffee shop while LinkedIn is a board room which can have a huge amount of value for your business. In fact, when someone searches for your name in Google, your LinkedIn profile will appear in the top three results. These top tips will help you make the most of the business opportunities that LinkedIn provides.

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50% of Twitter Users Don’t Get it. This is How You Can Avoid Being One of Them!

The sad truth I heard a disturbing statistic the other day. Somewhere between 50 -70% of Twitter accounts end up unused. Even if 70% is a vast exaggeration and the figure is more conservative at 50%, it is still huge when you consider how powerful Twitter can be for your business. Every once in a … Read more