Getting Started Is Key

overwhelmed analysis paralysis

One of the most profound pieces of advice that I have read recently is: Empirically, it’s not just for other people that you need to start small. You need to for your own sake. Neither Bill Gates nor Mark Zuckerberg knew at first how big their companies were going to get. All they knew was […]

Read More →

How to Get Maximum Email Open and Click Rates

Email on fabric

At Art of Blog, we drive several hundred clicks per week back to our website from email. Email marketing is a very affordable and effective tool for driving traffic, if it’s done right… Different types of emails don’t get the same open rates: a “password reset” is a lot more opened than a “newsletter”. It […]

Read More →

Staying Alive: How to Survive as a Blogger in the Social Media Era

Facebook Screenshot

Social media came on the scene and quickly changed the way brands connect with the ever-connected, trendsetting consumer. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other sites have essentially become two-way channels that allow communications and content to be shared between brands and their target audiences. With each of these sites having massive audiences to call their own, […]

Read More →

How to Generate Post Ideas From Analytics

Analytics Post Ideas

One of the biggest issues I face with running several blogs is continually coming up with post ideas. There are several ways that you can come up with ideas for your blog, but one of my favorites is digging into the analytics for my websites. Why Analytics? Analytics are a powerful way to generate post […]

Read More →

Easy Social Media Gameplan for Bloggers

Prismatic Screenshot

If you’re anything like me, then you’d agree with me when I say that maintaing multiple social media accounts is a big pain in your rear end. With that being said, you can’t afford to ignore social media if you want to run a successful blog. While social media can be a good source of referral […]

Read More →
1 2 3