If you have to look up your login username and password to post to your blog, you’re not blogging often enough! That happens to me from time to time. Get in the habit of posting once a week. I have no doubt that there is news to share for your business, industry, interest. It’s so […]
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Blogging University – Target Audience
A recent assignment from Blogging 101 (WordPress Blogging University) was to “Identify Your Audience”…this is right up my alley. After all, this is the central concept in all things marketing — find your audience, cater to your audience. Keener Digital Marketing is client-centered in all that we do. Writing in this blog, is no exception. My […]
Blogging University – Reading and Connecting
I’m enjoying my Blogging University class but am finding it a bit tricky to ‘make time’ for homework! Late last week, we were instructed to add some blogs to our Readers. A Reader is the tool at WordPress.com that, well, lets you read your favorite blogs. You can find and read popular blogs, blogs by […]
Blogging 101 – What’s in a name?
Today’s Blogging 101 class looks at naming your blog. From what I’ve seen so far, most of my classmates are developing personal blogs, rather than business. This allows for some fun creativity in coming up with a name; share your personality; share your viewpoints, that sort of thing. And, depending on who your audience […]
Hi ya’ll (learned that in Florida and brought it up to Georgia with me!) I wanted to share a quick note with you that I’m taking a class from WordPress.com (that’s the site where you can have a blog for free!) — it’s called Blogging 101. (The next class, Blogging 201, starts July 20th, sign […]
You’ll Love this Blog because it will Make your Job Easier!
I’m practicing writing better blog headlines. How did I do on this one? Did I draw you in? Or did you just accidentally stumbleupon it somewhere?! Well, I was doing some research recently and found this great how-to guide on headlines. I never really knew there could possibly be a science to all this but, […]