All posts by Ginny Soskey

How to Brand Your Site’s Social Shares with Shareaholic Blogging Tips, Content Marketing, Social Media 22 Comments »

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Icons by Iconify.it This tip may seem like an unnecessary piece of housekeeping. “Branding my Tweets? Who has time for that?” But the results can be extremely helpful to growing your site, and it’s really easy to do. When your Twitter handle is highlighted in each of your Twitter shares, you… continue reading.

How to Choose the Best Platform for Your Blog Content Creation 113 Comments »

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When you’re ready to step up your blogging game, get our free suite of tools. Our share buttons, social analytics and related content tool will turn your website into a destination where visitors comment, read and stay. Get Shareaholic. When I first started blogging, I was pretty clueless–I didn’t even choose… continue reading.

HTML 101: The Complete Guide to Understanding Code on Your Blog Content Creation 37 Comments »

HTML 101 for Bloggers

Make your website awesome with Shareaholic. Get our free tools now. Let’s be real. When most of us started our first blog, we didn’t sign up to learn how to code—I know I didn’t. I was excited to express myself, learn a ton and maybe even get a job out… continue reading.

How to Get Shareaholic Analytics with the WordPress Plugin Blogging Tips, Content Creation No Comments

Shareaholic Analytics in the WordPress Plugin

Though we like to think you’re in love with every single blogging tool we have, we know that’s not always the case. We know you may be attached to certain plugins you’ve already installed, but still want to access Shareaholic Analytics without diving into your site’s code. We’d obviously love… continue reading.

How to Take Advantage of Viral Content on Your Blog Content Marketing 6 Comments »

Quick Tip of the Week -- How to Take Advantage of Viral Content

One of the biggest dreams of bloggers (or any person on the internet) is to have their content go viral. Whether it’s a post you threw together in a few minutes or something you slaved over for weeks, there is always a little part of you that hopes for it to… continue reading.