Top 7 Tips for Content Marketing

Over the past few years I’ve written many articles on the subject of content marketing. I’ve compiled the most popular blog posts for you here.

blog-checklist-300x2251. An 8-point Checklist for Successful Blogging. If you think hitting “post” means the work is done, you are missing out on what blogging is all about. Your work is just beginning! Do these 8 things as soon as you post a new blog and you’ll see much greater activity on your blog: http://bit.ly/1l9AxMq

2. Out of One, Many. Get more mileage out of every  blog post you write.  http://bit.ly/1e1EpRw

3. How to Stand Out in a Crowded Blogosphere.  There are hundreds of thousands of blogs out there. How can you stand out? Like this: http://bit.ly/1dy4KSf

space1-150x1504. A Mathematical Equation for Bloggers.  We writers aren’t the greatest mathematicians. But this equation is simple, and will work to ensure you get the return you’re looking for in your blog. http://bit.ly/J8Ydof

5. 5 Simple Ways to Increase Blog Readership. http://bit.ly/1idMaof

Unknown-16. Tips for Taking on a Controversial Topic. Don’t shy away from a topic just because it’s controversial. In fact, taking a stance on these topics can increase your blog views, encourage comments and get you retweeted much faster! But do it correctly, or there could be consequences you don’t want. http://bit.ly/1l9AO1S

twitter_noise-300x1357. The Noise of Twitter. B2B marketers aren’t convinced that Twitter works for their business model. But if you’re blogging, here are a few ways twitter can help you reach your audience. http://bit.ly/1d3zFbe

 Which of these blogs was most helpful to you? Please let me know in the comment section. And do share a link to your own best post on content marketing!

 

About Beth M. Wood

Beth M. Wood is a marketing and writing professional. She's been working in the marketing industry since the early 90s, and feeding her shopping habit with copywriting gigs since 2004. On August 1, 2013, she made the jump to full-time freelance writer, marketer, and social media manager. Beth is highly adept at creating and managing integrated marketing programs that get brands noticed. She's also well known for creating and maintaing a strong brand voice across all channels. She is a word geek, a grammar snob and a boot camp junkie. Which means she believes in giving 100% to every project she takes on - large or small. She earned her BA in writing from Webster University and serves as Senior Content Strategist at Scorch.
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