Don't even waste your time. No matter how good your blog posts are, if the intro doesn't grab attention it's no use. You've wasted your time on the rest of the post that will likely never even get read.
We recently published a blog post answering a common but nuanced question -- "What Is a Landing Page?"
It made me realize that some of the other things I do every day may seem a little ... weird ... to someone just getting started with inbound marketing. For instance, business blogging. What is it? What's the difference between regular blogging and business blogging? And why do we do it? What's the goal of it all?
Oh baby, I can talk about this all day! But I'll keep it short. :-) And if you're currently employed as a full-time business blogger, maybe bookmark this for future family gatherings....
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