All posts by Danny Wong

6 Tips for Improving Social Media CTRs Social Media 6 Comments »

Social Media Clicks

Shareaholic streamlines your social media efforts. Try it for free. Likes, favorites, shares, and retweets are fine and dandy, but if you are not somehow driving traffic to your site, then what’s the point? The anecdotes make me laugh: “32 friends ‘liked’ my post.” …but only 4 clicked it. “I… continue reading.

21 Things to Stop Doing on Your Blog Blogging Tips, Content Creation 12 Comments »

Stop That

Build your audience. Access Shareaholic’s smart tools for websites. As a blogger, I’ve done (and still do) silly things and have learned hard lessons from those embarrassing experiences. Throughout my career, I’ve written hundreds of posts for dozens of publications covering a variety of different verticals (fashion, home & garden, entrepreneurship,… continue reading.

Actionable Advice for Producing and Marketing Effective Webinars Content Creation, Content Marketing 8 Comments »

Webinar Recordings

Let’s do better marketing. Test drive Shareaholic. Speaking in front of a crowd makes even the best of us shake at the knees. For many businesses though, webinars consistently prove to be an effective marketing and customer relationship tool. But how can firms make the most of their live performances before,… continue reading.

10 Content Marketers Reveal Their Secrets Blogging Tips, Content Creation, Content Marketing 4 Comments »

storytelling

Want to get people sharing, grow your fans, make money, or know who’s reading your content? Add Shareaholic for your site. On the Shareaholic blog, we want to provide our readers with a place where they can learn about content distribution and content marketing. But we’re just one company. And I’m simply one content marketer.… continue reading.

35 Enviable Brands That Blow Content Marketers Away Content Marketing, Native Advertising 19 Comments »

The Lego Movie

Want to amplify your content marketing? Use Shareaholic. It’s a free-for-all out there. These days, competition for audience attention is intense — and in some cases, cutthroat. Some of the world’s most respected brands have decided, instead of noisily shouting their marketing message at the top of their lungs, to pursue… continue reading.