Instagram just announced that users can now live stream for up to four hours! The Instagram Live 4-hour limit is a significant upgrade compared to the previous one-hour live stream maximum. Bloggers and influencers are known to create live streams to truly engage with their followers. These live streams vary from mukbangs, tours, recorded experiments, and even pranks. The live streams are great for audiences to learn about the influencers that they follow without the edits. What does the extension of Instagram live to a 4-hour limit mean for bloggers?
Writing your very first blog post is the fun part according to The Blog Starter.
This is true for some, but obviously not for non-writers in the strictest sense.
At the same time, they know the value content brings to the table which is why they are adamant in building a blog.
But while they can outsource the writing to someone else, maybe they want to take up the challenge and sharpen their verbal skills at the same time.
If you find yourself in this position, you’re in luck because this post will share all the things non-writers must know before writing their first blog post.
A new product represents a new opportunity for a growing company. Of course, how a company markets a new product is almost as important as the quality of the product itself. As such, it’s crucial for professional copywriters to understand how to write content about new products in order to generate interest –– and eventually –– leads and sales. With that in mind, today we’ll take a look at a few ways that writers can approach a blog about a new product or service. Check out our top three tips on the matter here: [Read more…]
Unfortunately, it’s not possible to rank every post you write at the top of Google search results. Depending on how competitive your niche is, you might rank in search results for between 20% to 70% of the content that you write. [Read more…]
Ever noticed that a lot of your friends LOVE, absolutely LOVE, sharing quotes on positivity? All those one-liner quotes from ‘anonymous’ authors with unrelated but quite colorful backgrounds like waterfalls, and Buddha images? Yes, it is quite a popular trend especially for ‘Live, Laugh, and Love’ quoting moms all over the world. Known as “Positive Manifesting”, it is an online trend of spiritual and zen living. According to the spiritual “Law of Attraction”, people who do positive manifesting believe that if they think positively and claim positive outcomes, then they would “attract” these outcomes into coming true.
Many bloggers and influencers encourage their audiences to do this. Social media has become a tool to create an image of a perfect life. Audiences see that the influencers and bloggers they follow earn so much, have nice cars, and live in beautiful homes. Not only that, they have amazing skin and perfect bodies. These influencers seem like happy, healthy, and wealthy individuals. Who wouldn’t be encouraged to manifest to become like the influencers you follow on social media?