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How to Use Data to Uncover What Content Your Audience Wants

18 July 2012

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“Know your audience!” That is the mantra of every marketing professional. That is the cornerstone to every creative brief. That is the key to great results for all your marketing campaigns, product launches and, the focus of this post, content development. You need to understand your target audience – who they are, what they want, […]

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31 Royalty-Free Stock Photo and Image Sites

1 February 2012

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The internet is full of incredible, inspiring photos and images. Beyond the fun of browsing these pictures, you should be using them to enhance your designs, blog posts, social media and presentations. Almost anything you create can benefit from a picture. Here is a huge list of 31 royalty free stock photo services that you […]

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Free Website Launch Checklist and Daily Tracker

5 July 2011

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If you are launching a new website or even just want to track the daily tasks of maintaining an existing site, then you want to have a simple checklist and daily tracker. Here is a spreadsheet that I use when starting work on a new website. It is also the same sheet that I use […]

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Changing a WordPress theme can be a pain… not anymore

14 January 2008

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I am in the process of a making the switch to a completely new WordPress theme. It feels like changing the tires on a car while the car is moving. Any blogger who has made a complete theme change or who is constantly tweaking their theme knows the feeling. You only get a final visual […]

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MySpace Opens the Door to Developers

10 October 2007

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MySpace is set to formally announce their open application interface, MySpace Platform, sometime next week. This programming platform enables developers to create applications using a set of APIs that tie directly into MySpace’s social networking infrastructure. For more info, check out Techcrunch’s comments. One key element that MySpace got right in their developer program is […]

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Great content sources to boost your viral traffic

5 September 2007

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Rand Fishkin at SEOmoz posted an article that is a great reminder for anyone who has gotten into a rut with content. When data Repositories Open Up, So Do Possibilities for Viral Content provides information on finding great content and how to effectively use that content in the viral marketing world of Digg, Reddit, and […]

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