Blogging, vlogging, and influencing are among the highest-paying employment in this digital age. It may be true that a good percentage of accounts on social media platforms are either bloggers or influencers. This makes the development of computer-generated influencers inevitable in the future. And that future is now.
Keeping a niche in mind will help reduce the overwhelming pressure of choosing topics to write about. The theme of the blog takes charge of the direction of the content. It also narrows down the focus of the content and tells the owner what to blog about. However, the current pandemic has changed blogging forever. [Read more…]
Have you ever seen memes that say “13 years old now vs me when I was 13”? There are other similar memes, but basically what they depict is that today’s youngsters are very different from the youngsters of past generations.
How young is young? Or how old does one have to be in order to make a difference?
Thanks to technology and social media, the work of young people has not gone unnoticed. Gone are the days when people would say, “You’re still a kid“. Ageism may be hitting the older generations, but is showing favor to the young ones.
When was the last time you made a minor change to a file of your website only to find that it has now messed up your homepage? Or you upgraded a theme with your own customizations only to end up crashing your website?[Read more…]
You crank out blog post after blog post.
And still – nobody seems to value the content you publish.
You know your stuff but you haven’t made a name for yourself (yet).
You need to establish your credibility but you don’t know how.[Read more…]
That’s the number of people who won’t make a purchase upon their first visit to a website, according to research from Episerver.
If you run an e-commerce business, you have to face the reality that the average visitor to your website isn’t ready to buy on his/her first visit, and that so many factors can prevent even those who came with the intent to buy from completing their purchase (research from Baymard shows that almost 70 percent of people carefully study a sales page, decide to buy, and then quit right at the point of purchase).[Read more…]
‘They said content is the king and we could not agree more’
But creating high-quality content isn’t everybody’s cup of tea. As a business, you need to be able to create content that your target audiences love reading. No matter how well-researched your blogpost is, if you haven’t written it in accordance with the tastes and preferences of your audience, then it’s redundant.[Read more…]
It all starts with the project proposal.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re selling a $100M ad strategy to Ford or a $1,000 blogging plan to startups, the quality of your proposal will have a marked impact on your results.
Writing a great project proposal isn’t just about cramming in as much information into the document as possible. Nor is it about using some copywriting tricks to convince clients.[Read more…]
You are worried, aren’t you? Worried that you’re wasting your time, worried that your blog won’t take off. Even though you studied and worked hard, you are not seeing the results you were hoping for.
The worst part? You have no clue why this is happening. After all, you did many of the things that experts were preaching. What’s the matter then?
Let me tell you a secret…[Read more…]
Blog disclaimers might not seem like the most exciting thing in the world but they’re incredibly important. Without a disclaimer, you could be open to potential legal issues that arise from people reading your content. While it isn’t likely that you’ll get in trouble for running a blog without a disclaimer, why take the chance? A disclaimer keeps you safe and makes your blog look more professional. There’s no downside to having one but the trick is making one that covers every area that applies to your blog. To publish the right disclaimer, read on.