All posts by Ginny Soskey

How to Take Advantage of Viral Content on Your Blog Content Marketing 5 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.

How to Monitor Your Brand Online Content Marketing No Comments

Quick Tip of the Week -- How to Monitor Your Brand Online

It’s not narcissistic: staying on top of your personal brand is crucial to your success as a blogger. Knowing what people are saying about you and how they are linking to your site could be the difference between a social media crisis and a small conflict, or an awesome business… continue reading.

How to Prepare Yourself for a Non-Shareaholic Content Marketing, Social Media No Comments

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We’ve all been there—you’ve stumbled on someone’s awesome blog post and actually remembered to share it with your social networks, when all of a sudden you realize there aren’t any share buttons. Serious bummer. Unless you are somehow related to the blogger, want to really impress them, or are a… continue reading.

How to Maintain Your Personal Brand Online Content Marketing 7 Comments »

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The blogosphere is crowded. Every minute of the day, 347 WordPress users publish a new blog post—and that’s not taking into account the usage from any other blog platform. For bloggers, this means it’s becoming harder and harder to stand out from the crowd and showcase your unique viewpoint. One… continue reading.

How to Set Blogging Goals You Can Actually Achieve Content Creation 14 Comments »

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Though everyone may blog differently (whether it be topics, niches, formats, communities) we all need one thing to become a successful blogger: solid blogging goals. Blogging willy-nilly is like going on a road trip without a destination or map to help you get there—ultimately, you’ll just end up wasting your… continue reading.

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