Check out a selection of my favorite business and marketing articles and blog posts for these high-traffic blogs.
This hands-on Elementor review will help you decide if it’s the right tool to use for building your website.
Looking for an easy-to-use WordPress page builder to make site setup a cinch?
After all, your goal is to have an attractive and functional website (not to learn another complicated piece of software).
Read on to look over our shoulder while we “test drive” Elementor with our detailed interface walk-through and page-making tutorials.
And if you fall in love with the Elementor plugin?
You’ll save yourself a big chunk of change (and time).
Pretty cool, huh?
If you want to knock a whole bunch of tasks off your digital marketing campaign to-do list, marketing automation can take that workflow workload off your back.
You don’t need to be a marketing superman or superwoman anymore.
Those flashy lead generation and conversion rate jumps are real. The studies on productivity gains are true.
Your competitors are already learning about automation, and you need to learn about it too.
Keep reading to find out why, and how marketing automation can change how you do business.
Which social media tools are right for you or your business?
It seems like new tools are popping up daily (and changing or adding new features almost as frequently).
But which features do you really need?
Here are our top picks for must-have social media management tool features in 2021:
- Fast and flexible content uploading
- Intuitive interface
- Integrates with other marketing tools
- Easy customer service message management
- Intelligent content recycling
- Clear, easy-to-understand analytics
The all-in-one social network tools on our list below have these features.
Some specialize in serving solopreneurs and small businesses, while others are better for mid-sized corporate marketing teams.
We also found a few ground-breaking combos that will revolutionize the way you do social media marketing. Brand-new concepts that solve problems you didn’t think were fixable, making once painful chores almost a pleasure.
But which ones are right for you?
Keep reading to find out.
We need to talk about Instagram — no, not how many followers Kim Kardashian has — we need to talk about Instagram statistics for your business.
Maybe you’re a small business owner. Perhaps you’ve heard other business owners talk about how much money they are making on Instagram.
“My Instagram is exploding!” they exclaim. They’re connecting with prospects and making sales right and left.
But you know how much work a social media platform can be. Facebook’s already more than enough, and it’s moving at a snail’s pace.
Can you really find more buyers on Instagram?
These Instagram statistics will tell you who’s on the platform, what they’re doing, and what that means for your business.
Social media. You use it all the time for fun.
But why is it so complicated when you decide to use it for business?
Are there social media mistakes that will ruin all your marketing efforts?
Which one is the best one to use? Facebook is the big one, but “everyone” says their fans never see their posts.
And you gotta “pay to play.” Is it true?
Then there’s Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Linkedin and Youtube (and a few more). Do I need them all? Do I have time for all of them? And can I really make money from social media?
If your attempts at social media marketing have mostly failed, these 10 most common mistakes (and why they’re bad for your business) will get you heading in the right direction… quickly.
Business freelance writing... Are you excited as hell or trying to sneak out of the room because it gives you hives?
Envisioning dull and dry data for big business publications that read like the phone book? Or wondering how you’re going to get hired to write for these publishing institutions that have been around for, like, 200 years?
Ok, let’s talk business. If you’re a freelance blogger then you’re already in business. Maybe not the Fortune 500, but you’ve got business experience. And writing for business blogs and publications can be good for your business in more ways than one.
For starters, you get paid. Plus, it helps you find more and better clients.
Have you got a talent for finance and writing?
Even better if you already have experience in a money-related career. There are tons of opportunities open right now for you to write (and get paid) at personal finance and money blogs and websites.
It’s no secret that personal finance sites can make good money with affiliate commissions or selling their own software and technology.
And lifestyle blogs and magazines are always on the lookout for solid personal finance advice for their readers (and they need freelance writers who know how to write money articles people want to read).
These sites have no problem paying for high quality personal finance articles to attract readers looking for advice. As you scroll down this page, you’ll see sites that pay anything from $50 to $1,200 per post.