How to Write Blog Posts Fast

Leah ClarkeContent Marketing

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The average blog post takes 3 hours and 16 minutes to write. Meanwhile professional bloggers can complete a 500 word post in under 2 hours. How long does it take you? The make or break of a successful blog is momentum. And building momentum takes time and dedication. Dedication, of course, is easier maintained when the time commitment decreases. So read on for some tips on how to write blog posts fast. Read more.

How to Write Blog Posts that Stand Out

Leah ClarkeContent Marketing

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Did you know that over 2 million blog posts are written every day? According to research conducted by advertising technology firm, Technorati, there are more than 8 million blogs online and a new blog is posted every 7.4 seconds. These numbers were calculated back in 2010, so seven years on it’s safe to assume they’ve grown. How do you cut through this noise and write blog posts that get read? We’ve got some simple steps to help you write posts that are relevant and attention grabbing. Read more.

Get Subscribers From Facebook in 2 Easy Steps

Leah ClarkeContent Marketing

Did you know you can convert your Facebook fans to subscribers with no need for them to ever visit your website? That’s right, you can embed a signup form on your Facebook page that adds subscribers to your marketing list. What’s more, it’s easy. You can start collecting subscribers direct from Facebook in less than 20 minutes, no coding needed! Read more.

Build Your Own Website or Go Pro?

Leah ClarkeWeb Design

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To DIY your website or not too? That is a question to which there is no universal answer. But there is a wrong and right answer for you. DIY decisions are often made with dollar savings in mind, sometimes these decision pay off, but other times they can prove costly in the long run. Take our DIY Website Questionnaire to find out if you’re up for DIY Website challenge or if it’s time to call in the pros. Read more.

How to Cite Sources in a Blog Post

Leah ClarkeContent Marketing

So you’ve written a great article drawing inspiration and quotes from other bloggers, but have you given credit where credit is due? Have you avoided any breach of copyright and have you followed the sharing etiquette expected in the blogging sphere? Find out what’s expected in this post. Read more.