If you or your company is trying to determine which website should house your video media, then look no further than my breakdown. I’ll help you decide which site offers the most options and which better suites your needs in a video provider.
LinkedIn? More like LinkedOut! This vast website has become the top business network in the world. With more than 135 million users, LinkedIn has been acting as a digital agent for resumes as well as place for professionals to connect with one another. Yet so many people are underutilizing the tools LinkedIn has to offer. Check out these LinkedIn features you may not have known about by clicking the URL above.
When it comes to promoting your keywords, strategy is the name of the game and when you are molding your keywords to each specific social platform, you must know what the best ways are to create a social following. Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are three of the biggest social platforms that promote user activity and networking.
How to write product copy -- straight from the mouths of Game of Thrones characters.
Halloween blog post about content marketing and "content junk food." Where does marketing end and substance begin?
This article focuses how you should approach your brand's official Twitter handle.
The subject line is the gatekeeper to your marketing success and there are a lot of things that you can do to increase your conversion rate. No one will open your email if you have a bad subject line, even if your crying for help in the zombie apocalypse. Follow these tips to make sure you — and your campaign — get rescued.
This article covers some of the ethical questions and grey areas people often bring up in guest blogging, linkbuilding and content marketing.
On an average day WordPress.com users produce about 500,000 new posts and 400,000 new comments. At the same time over 325 million people view more than 2.5 billion WordPress pages each month. For just one publishing platform that’s an awful lot of content being created and digested.
Have you ever read an article that just completely crossed the line? Do you ever want to give the author a good slap because you’re just so appalled with what they have to say? Or, is it just me? There’s a fine line between being edgy and being an a$$hole and too often content creators cross it or fall far short with just plain and safe content. Not to say that safe content isn’t good content but when you’re looking for attention for your brand or yourself you have to push the boat out a bit.
If we just told everyone that they need to be better at what they do, that would be all they need to succeed right? Wrong. Just telling people what you want them to do is never enough.
The 80 million members of the millennial generation (born 1977 to 1995) represent 25% of the U.S. population and more than $200 billion in annual buying power...
If you would have asked me a year ago “what is Curation?” I would have responded with something along the lines of “umm… what people do at museums, right?” And let’s be fair, I would have been right, sort of. Had I applied my articulate, well thought out answer to the question “What is CopyPress Curation?” I would have been way off.
All is not candy canes and lolly pops in the land of freelancing. You’re essentially running your own business, and it takes a lot of effort and know-how to really succeed. I learned this for myself, and I often did it the hard way. After working off and on in the freelance writing game for nearly a decade, here are a few of the more important lessons I’ve managed to learn.
Even as the clamor over Obamacare rages on in Washington, another health care debate is quietly gaining momentum in households across Cobb County and the nation. As so-called “pet parents” are increasingly purchasing health insurance for their furry companions, they’re finding it advantageous to read policies carefully in the face of changing regulations, complicated fine print and rising premiums.
We’re at the pinnacle of the college basketball season, the NCAA tournament (aka March Madness). Merriam Webster defines madness as “a state of being that can include rage, insanity, ecstasy and enthusiasm” Those are strong emotions that drive action. Madness ensues when faced with a situation, good or bad. It is often coupled with an unbelievable amount of “fill in the blank here” and a lot of stress.
Have you ever stopped to think just how crazy the whole social era is? Today, seeing one of your friend’s or family member’s faces splashed all over the Internet is as commonplace as eating or drinking. Photos are a great way to showcase the here and now, but there’s one type of picture in particular that has me intrigued (to say the least) every time I see it: the oh-so-familiar “selfie.” It hasn’t lost momentum from its infantile MySpace days and shows no signs of slowing down. I’ve often thought about the social psychology of the “selfie” and found the behavior an interesting topic to ponder. After all, we’ve all at some point had a conversation questioning someone else’s motives for po
One of the most important aspects of online content is connecting your anchor text to your desired URL. It’s a key player in determining what your company or content will rank for in the SERPs and when used correctly will make readers click through to your page. Bloggers use anchor text to keep readers on their site while companies use it to drive traffic and position their brand.
Consider this work scenario. You’re wrapping up a meeting, surrounded by colleagues when one of your supervisors says to you, “That’s a great idea.” What does this mean?
The key to a successful NFL roster is consistency. Week-to-week, it’s your responsibility to make sure the best players are on the field for what you believe can give you the largest return on investment. A good team will have starters you can count on and solid bench players to fill in the gaps.
I wrote the bulk of this article, greatly improved it from the original
If you’re thinking of becoming a regular contributor or guest author on a blog then you should familiarize yourself with disclaimers and disclosures. These are placed on websites to tell visitors about the accuracy of the information presented, the use of links in posts and intellectual property rights. Here’s everything you need to know about disclaimers and disclosures from where to find them to what they mean.
False advertising occurs when an ad crosses the line and makes claims that mislead consumers. There are three main types of false advertising.
A 1500+ Word Article on the top 10 most anticipated new IP's for next generation consoles
This shows how bitcoin has grown in popularity.
Since my fantasy football team is in the toilet – (thanks a lot Chris Johnson and Greg Jennings), I decided to draft another type of fantasy team. So here it is – my fantasy draft picks and reasons for my selections to build my ultimate blog team. I guarantee that this Fantasy team would be much more successful than the “Iron City Six Pack.”
The new season of The Walking Dead starts this Sunday and what better way to honor it than applying what we’ve learned from this AMC hit to email marketing and email lists. Here are the main parallels between this form of marketing and The Walking Dead.
Keeping up with content creation for a blog is a major undertaking, and coming up with ideas, well, that is half of the battle. This is especially true for our CopyPressed blog. With such a heavy publishing schedule (four posts/day), sometimes it feels like the idea pool has drained dry. So this month we decided to try something different.
How far are you willing to go to acquire readership for your blog? Some people wouldn’t hesitate to answer this question with a response along the lines of “as far as I have to.” However, you should take a step back and think twice about certain techniques that you may be utilizing to attract readers.
So when a blog I wrote (6 Subheadings Strategies You Need to Know) received a trackback from another post (Get Easy Scannability with Subheadings), I went to check it out. But I was disappointed to find that my article was not referenced as a resource. Instead it was only mentioned at the end of the article under an “Acknowledgement.”