Do you know how to write blog posts so that they actually get read? Some people think blogging is easy: Write it and it will be read. If you’ve ever written a blog post, you know that’s not true, and it’s hard to craft a post people will read. This infographic was created for Salesforce Canada
16%. That's the percentage of people who read everything you write word-for-word. That number hasn't changed in two decades, which tells us that we've never really learned how to write for the web. In this week's Whiteboard Friday, Dan Petrovic illustrates a new approach to writing for the web to increase reader engagement, and offers some tools and tips to help along the way.
Are you aware of the finer details of links and linking pages? We've got a sneak peek into a chapter of Paddy Moogan's ebook, "The Linkbuilding Book," detailing all the aspects of a link that you should be considering when you're implementing a linkbuilding strategy.
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