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Neil Patel’s Guide to Writing Popular Blog Posts

Neil Patel’s Guide to Writing Popular Blog Posts | Better patient outcomes through technology | Scoop.it

Do you wish you knew the secret to writing popular blog posts? You know, the posts that get over 200 comments, 20 backlinks, and hundreds of shares on social networking sites?

 

Over the past five years I’ve started two blogs. The first one became a Technorati top 100 site, and now I’m working on Quick Sprout.

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Fortunately I’ve learned a few lessons about writing popular posts while running these two blogs, and now I want to share those lessons with you.

 

Use simple words

The first thing you’ll probably notice when you look at popular blog posts is they’re really easy to understand. And it doesn’t matter what the content is about...


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4 Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Relationships

4 Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Relationships | Better patient outcomes through technology | Scoop.it

One main facet of social media is its emphasis on creating and maintaining relationships.

 

All the content you create, all the following you build, each of these is designed to create and foster more intimate relationships with people, in some cases, people you might not have met any other way.

 

What’s interesting is social media is changing the foundation of the ways we relate. This article will examine how social media is changing our interpersonal psychology and what you can do about it.

 

Why Should You Care?

This has important implications for business because business, after all, is comprised of interpersonal relationships.


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