Hi again and thanks for hanging with us as we issue our first few newsletters. We are trying our best to offer you a profitable and informative resource. And we’re very interested in your feedback. Let us know what you want to hear about and we’ll include relevant items in coming editions.
GETTING MORE TRAFFIC
Content Marketing Ideas – 3 Proven Ways to Get More Traffic, Links and Shares.
If you struggle with finding content marketing ideas that really crank up the traffic….there’s a great guest post on the Duct Tape Marketing blog that will make it a little easier. I’ve…
CREATING CONTENT FOR YOUR WEBSITE
In the coming months, we’ll be looking at various ways to develop content for your blog or newsletter. One of these content exploration tools is Flipboard (flipboard.com). Do yourself a favor and watch the following videos and read about it….. then go and look it over, using your computer, smartphone or tablet, and start a free account.
You’ll be able to explore and organize your social media, video and written content into beautiful magazines you can share with others on Flipboard….or…..through your blog, social media account or newsletter.
If you’re interested in this, I would recommend subscribing to the Flipboard Youtube channel and searching for Flipboard videos. There’s plenty of information out there to help you use this great tool!
Curator Mia Quagliarello shows off the basics of Flipboard, your personal magazine.
A quick tutorial on different ways to find interesting content on Flipboard 2.0. Music: “Go Cart” by Kevin MacLeod
Flipboard, the Place for All Your Passions
The all-new Flipboard organizes the world’s stories, so you can get the best news for all your passions in one place. There’s something for everyone-from photography to productivity, travel…
Prefer to Read About Flipboard? Look Below.
Update: After applying all the tips mentioned in this post, I managed to drive 3K+ traffic on a single given day. See below screenshot for proof & read on to do it for your blog: Flipboard,…
Flipboard is quickly emerging as one of the best new social media aggregation tools, with beautifully curated magazines of travel, food, politics, home design, and more. Some may disregard…
Some of you have asked where you can find free stock photo resources for your website or blog. Here are a few websites where you can start your exploration. Keep in mind these sites are looking to sell premium images and will often show paid images on the top. But just keep looking below for the free stuff (smile).
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WHY YOU NEED A MOBILE-READY WEBSITE
In today’s device-driven world, plotting your local business’ mobile presence isn’t just a nice add-on, it’s a necessity. This is an older article…. but frankly, it’s even more true today than when it was written! Some of you with older sites may want to consider upgrading to a mobile ready site.
Another “oldie-but-goodie”. Young people between the ages of 18 and 24 are even more connected to their mobile devices than you might think. Nine in 10 young adults spend between one and five hours on their mobile…
Camilla Gray-Nelson of Dairydell Canine
I developed my nature-based training style based on my early life on the farm. I observed our cows, horses and dogs organizing and operating within their own world and saw how they chose their leaders and most importantly — how they maintained their peace.
As an adult, I could see how trainers and dog owners used harsh and intimidating techniques that were not consistent with how my familiar animal leaders acted. I wanted people to stop yelling at their dogs! To stop instilling fear with the misguided notion that that was the way to “be the boss” and get obedience.
That’s it for this month! Let us know if you have any comments or questions by emailing email@example.com or calling (928) 910-4150. Happy marketing!