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11 Tips You Can Use Today to Develop Outstanding Content for A Blog

11 Tips You Can Use Today to Develop Outstanding Content for A Blog | Business Communication 2.0: Social Media and Electronic Communication | Scoop.it

How often should I post on my blog?... How long should my posts be?... Can I have other people write articles for me? How far can I stray from my chosen topic?

 

How do I create incredible content that attracts hundreds of comments and shares? How do I keep people coming back to read everything I publish?

 

At some point, all bloggers have these and dozens of other questions about developing content. Maybe you’re struggling with some of them right now.

 

Here are 11 of my top tips for developing outstanding content for your blog: . . .


Via Martin Gysler, Αntonios Βouris
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Tom George's comment, November 3, 2011 11:06 AM
Excellent thanks for sharing this today.
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When Free Speech Isn’t Quite So Free: Legal Hazards in Online Communication

When Free Speech Isn’t Quite So Free: Legal Hazards in Online Communication | Business Communication 2.0: Social Media and Electronic Communication | Scoop.it

Millions of bloggers, tweeters, and forum posters appreciate the free-wheeling nature of online communication, but a growing number are learning that free speech sometimes has a steep price. As Santa Clara University’s Eric Goldman emphasizes in this helpful overview article, “Most people have no idea of the liability they face when they publish something online.”


Anonymity is no safeguard, either. Even anonymous posters have been sued for negative remarks after the websites on which they left comments were forced to reveal their identities. . .

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