There are so many Blogging Platforms today, which is the best and worse?Read more »
I'm new to this forum and having some trouble with the Website Grader tool. We have a self-hosted WordPress blog on our site (http://vuezone.com/blog) with a Feedburner feed, but for some reason the Website Grader doesn't detect it. I was wondering if anyone knew how I can fix this?
It's not picking up our Delicious bookmarks or RSS feed either.
Thanks for any tips!
I was just watching one of the video classes and it was mentioned to NOT use auto outposting of a blog entry. I have clients who are moving into inbound marketing and Social media at a time when their staff have been cut back and if they need to create good content and then make time to spread the word that the new content exists, that will turn into a barrier to frequency. Is there a problem using the auto outpost to get them started or use it in some circumstances? In what circumstances?
I am a small business owner trying to optimize my website for organic search. My website developer set me up with a Word Press blog awhile back and I have about 4 entries, none of them recent. I ran the website grader and notice that it didn't find my blog. Is that because it is not properly linked to my site? My main site is www.maximumsecurity.com and the link to one of my blog entries is http://www.maximumsecurity.com/wp/?p=9. My plan is to begin blogging on a regular basis but I want to make sure I am set up properly first. Any suggestions would
A blog is a series of thought that become words and sentences that become meaningful. Break down each component of the blog to build a better one.Read more »
I've been working on building my website optimization and improving my website grade through Hubspot Website Grader. About a month ago, I hired a company to create a blog and integrate it with my website. They turned my website into a Wordpress site with a blog. Since then, Google Analytics hasn't been reporting visitors to my site, and Hubspot's website grader doesn't seem to be picking up CMS changes I've made. Despite that, my grade is slowly going up.
Blogging has become a de facto means of engagement for B2B companies. It is simply an essential part of the marketing mix.Read more »
If you read blogs about marketing small companies, you’re inundated with “social media” advice about why you need a blog and a Twitter account and everything else.
Even my 90-year-old grandmother who doesn’t own a computer and reads my wife’s healthy cooking blog on print-outs asks “What’s Twitter?” because she read about it in the New York Times.
Still, most people and most businesses don’t think they need a blog.Read more »