Category: Better Blogging

Blogging: 5 steps to using research well

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Belle Beth Cooper writes about social media, startups, lifehacking, and science on the Buffer blog. She recently wrote an outstanding post titled: “How We Research: A Look Inside the Buffer Blog Process.” Here’s part of the opening. “I rely heavily on scientific research to back up my points, so  »  Read More

3 things I want in an infographic

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I get emails every week offering me an infographic that the sender “thinks my readers will love.” I haven’t used one yet. There are three tests an infogaphic must pass before I use it on any blog where I post. The infographic must fit the blog This is where most solicitations fail. My Three Star  »  Read More

Blogging: Writing for people and SEO

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Mickie E. Kennedy’s post at Blogging Pro has a great title, “Forget What Google Thinks and Write for Actual Humans.” Here’s the golden kernel. “The problem is, search engines don’t say “hmmm….” after they’ve read an especially thoughtful opinion piece. They don’t brush a tear from  »  Read More

Farewell to “You’re Not the Boss of Me”

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I knew it would happen. When Gwen Teatro said that she would be taking a break from writing new posts at “You’re Not the Boss of Me,” I knew that meant that she was on the doorstep of stopping altogether. She began revising old posts and sharing them with us, one per week. I read each one and I began to  »  Read More

Thanks to Dan McCarthy

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Six and a half years ago, Dan McCarthy founded the Leadership Development Carnival. Seventy-nine carnivals later, he’s decided it’s time to pass the torch. I want to thank Dan for the carnival and for the example he set and also highlight some lessons you can learn from Dan. Dan McCarthy is a leadership  »  Read More

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