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10 Ways Multi-blog Authors Can Stay Creative and Generate Great Posts

10 Ways Multi-blog Authors Can Stay Creative and Generate Great Posts | Prionomy | Scoop.it

For all those who have this kind of blog they often arise the question, how to thrive while meeting the comfort and the interest of all. This post, very interesting, will give you some information about it and encourage you, if necessary, to go outside the box... I like that! [note Martin Gysler]


Keeping fresh and creative is key to keeping on top of the game when writing different blogs across various sectors, and for various clients. Working with efficient workflows, time management and organization all help to keep that valuable information harnessed to be used when you need it, but how about making sure you can produce great content on time and on demand?


Keeping creative and informed means you are working efficiently to produce content that’s engaging, informative, and, of course, profitable for you. After all, time is money when you are managing a number of blogs and clients.
Here are my top ten tips for fueling that creativity, generating ideas, and managing your time and resources.


Make the info come to you—start mass readingFiling it cleverly: Other InboxDump it! Brain dumping for multiple sourcesGetting creativeFind your zone and stay in itMap it!Reach outStep away from the machine! Illumination needs youUnblock yourself on timeIf you are really stuck, go outside the box and freestyle


Read more: http://bit.ly/Aa6D36


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One Reason Why Your Blog Isn’t Making Money

One Reason Why Your Blog Isn’t Making Money | Prionomy | Scoop.it

According to one estimate, 3 million posts will be published today. Approximately 540,000 of these posts were written by professional bloggers trying to transition their audience from reading to buying. Others hope their posts are compelling enough to prompt a return visit.


However, most bloggers aren’t making a dime from their blog.


The reasons why haunt each blogger every night. Are they passionate enough? Are they engaging enough? Surprisingly, these are the wrong questions to ask.


The reason why most blogs don’t make money can be traced back to one decision (or lack of one).


The World is My Audience


Social media is the most egalitarian marketing discipline since broadcast media. Bloggers naturally feel that everyone is interested in their topic. You rarely hear people wondering if they have the right readers. They just assume that they do. Even when they think about their reader’s characteristics, it’s done on a surface level.


Read more: http://pushingsocial.com/one-reason-why-your-blog-isn%E2%80%99t-making-money


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10 Steps To Promote Brand “You” With Social Media

10 Steps To Promote Brand “You” With Social Media | Prionomy | Scoop.it

We live in one of the most exciting times in the world’s history where you can build a personal brand globally and faster than anyone has ever imagined. Most people are underestimating the reach and power of social media that has really only been available for barely 5 years.


Facebook marketing is less than 2 years old and YouTube and Twitter have only been in existence for a few years.

 

The previous generation built their personal brands on television, radio, magazines and newspapers.

 

You now have the opportunity to build a personal brand utilizing the leverage and amplification of social media and blogs that can accelerate the process.

 

The potential of the web is still evolving and will continue to surprise us as it continues to grow and challenge established thinking and disrupt business models...


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8 Tips For Creating a Great Case Study

8 Tips For Creating a Great Case Study | Prionomy | Scoop.it

Case studies are a great way to tell the world how valuable your products or services are. They go beyond simple testimonials by showing real-life examples of how you were able to satisfy your customer’s needs and help them accomplish their goals. With great case studies, you will be able to highlight your successes in a way that will make your ideal potential customer become your customer. The following are some tips on how to make your case studies a powerful asset in soliciting business.

 

1. Write About Someone Your Ideal Customer Can Relate To
Do you know who your ideal customer is? If it’s someone in the education industry, then make your case studies about your university customers. If it’s someone in the automobile industry, then make your case studies about auto parts and accessories manufacturers...


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Why You Should Wear The 6 Thinking Hats On Your Blog

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Wearing the 6 Thinking Hats on your blog helps in generating valuable, interesting and diverse content.

 

What are the 6 Thinking Hats?

 

Dr. Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats is a simple, effective parallel thinking process that helps people be more productive, focused, and mindfully involved. And once they’re learned, the tools can be applied immediately!

 

The premise of this concept is that the human brain thinks in a number of distinct ways which can be identified, deliberately accessed and hence used in a structured way to develop strategies for thinking about particular issues.

 

De Bono identifies six distinct states in which the brain can be “sensitized”. In each of these states, the brain will identify and bring into conscious thought certain aspects of issues being considered.


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A Pinterest Success Story

This post was written by Lauren Schaffer for Grow and it's a great article because she is talking Kate, a professional hairstylist and jewelry maker, who got loads of traffic from Pinterest on her blog.

 

My Commentary:

 

Although Kate achieved success she cautions (and I do agree with her here) not to abuse Pinterest. Use it as a supplement to your blog Post pictures that create intrigue or value but don't do it several times a day.

 

****“Almost daily I get a comment or email saying ‘I found you on Pinterest!’,” she said. “My top 10 traffic referring URLs are all Pinterest.”

 

**You need to keep digging if you want to know how to do it. That “intrigue” is an opportunity to drive people back to your blog or website.

 

**Kate believes her success comes down to a careful balance between her original content and self-promotion for her blog and business.

 

****“I think there is a fine line between self-promotion and obnoxious self-promotion. I decided to only pin hair photos to my own boards [from her blog], and a maximum of two per week.

 

**The rest of the week, if any blog readers want to pin things from my blog, it’s up to them.”

 

****“What I don’t want is for my 14,000 Pinterest followers to log on to Pinterest and see all the photos from my blog. I think that would be obnoxious,” she continued.

 

****“I had one instance where I was following a blogger on Pinterest and she would pin things from her posts multiple times a day. I stopped following her.”

 

Beyond the blog numbers, Kate is also obtaining new business due to her Pinterest success.

 

**In September, she took on her first blog sponsor. She also has had interest in her private hairstyling business. “It’s brought so many people to my blog who now want to be my clients!”

 

Curated by Jan Gordon covering "Pinterest Watch"

 

Read full article here: [http://m.izmy.us/q?u=ot3]

 


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Drive More Traffic To your Blog by Submitting News and Articles

Drive More Traffic To your Blog by Submitting News and Articles | Prionomy | Scoop.it

After several experiments and tries, I finally did a setup for a community news section on FamousBloggers.net that I am satisfied with. So, I think it’s a good time to share this on the blog and announce the new Community News section for bloggers.

 

Also, I will give you some information on how I created the news section in case you are interested in implementing it on your own blog, however I won’t get deep into technical stuff, but I will point you to the right direction.

 

What is a Community News?

 

If you don’t know what community news section is, then let me give you a quick view…

 

The Community News section is a way of sharing knowledge, basically you have a section dedicated to receive links submissions from the community and publish it on your own blog. It’s so close to the idea of social bookmarking sites, but the technique and tools are different.

 

Read the full article: http://bit.ly/Az9c1p 


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The Complete Guide to Branding Your WordPress Website

The Complete Guide to Branding Your WordPress Website | Prionomy | Scoop.it

Setting up a website on WordPress is easy. The abundance of free and Premium WordPress themes has made it a lot easier for website owners to setup professional looking websites within minutes. However, even these professional looking themes need to be properly branded to represent a business. In this post we will discuss a few things that you can do to rebrand your WordPress based website and make it your own.

 

The text in your website’s header is designed with CSS in your theme and it is not a replacement for a logo. A professional website is incomplete without a proper logo which portrays the unique brand identity of your website. Some people would argue in favor of usingTitle

for its SEO value, but you can see for yourself that lots of popular websites are using graphic logos instead of HTML/CSS title and they are doing great on search engines...


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How to know what your audience really wants

How to know what your audience really wants | Prionomy | Scoop.it

Your audience does not want your content.

 

Your audience probably does not want to hear from you at all.

 

If you think that because your website looks great that people will want to visit it … think again.

 

What do they really want?

 

Your audience and potential customers know who they are and probably have a very good idea of their goals. At the very least they know their immediate needs.

 

They are looking for answers to questions, advice, and resources that help people like them get the stuff people like them want.

 

When someone seeks out and clicks on your content it is only as a means to that end (even if that need is 10 minutes coffee break entertainment)...


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Sara Smets's comment, December 29, 2011 3:14 AM
Hi Martin you always have great articles. Thanks for sharing!
Gr. Sara
Martin Gysler's comment, December 29, 2011 7:43 AM
Thanks Sara, I'm glad that you find my shares useful! Cheers! Martin