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IT & Data Security Sample Post: WPA3—The New Standard Of WiFi Security

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This 1,026-word article was written by tech-star BlogMutt writer Gary M., a former software engineer with a Master's degree in computer science. It's a thought leadership piece for businesses that offer managed services, network security support, or network provisioning and demonstrates that the organization posting the article keeps up with the latest developments in networking and is concerned with security issues.
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BlogMutt
August 10, 2018

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Bring On Your Super-Niche, Boring, & Hyper-Specific Content

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We at BlogMutt don't consider any industries "boring" or any niche "too niche" when it comes to writing content, and our writers manage to surprise our internal BlogMutt team all the time with just how much they know about just about any topic under the sun. Here's our list of FAQs from very technical, niche, and "boring" customers.
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Kali Greff
December 12, 2017

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Introducing BlogMutt's 2,000-Word Posts: Long-Form Content, Handpicked Writers

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Starting January 3, 2018, BlogMutt now offers long-form posts at 2,000-3,000 words, paired with exclusive handpicking of writers by our head of writers. Long-reads, rejoice!
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Kali Greff
January 24, 2018

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From Zero To 15K Monthly Visitors: Owner Built Design & BlogMutt Complete

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Ready to ramp up your traffic generation? Grab your pen and take notes from Jim at Owner Built Design. Learn how he accelerated his website traffic and now yields 80 percent of new business from organic search engine results.
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Charlene Baker
June 29, 2018

IT & Data Security Sample Post: WPA3—The New Standard Of WiFi Security

This 1,026-word article is a thought leadership piece for businesses that offer managed services, network security support, or network provisioning. It demonstrates that the organization posting the article keeps up with the latest developments in networking and is concerned with security issues. In addition, it makes potential customers aware of the need to keep their wireless networks secure and up to date.

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BY BlogMutt
August 10, 2018

What Is Value-Added Content In Content Marketing? 7 Examples

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2016. While added-value content is just as important as ever, the advice and examples were due for a refresh to be current for 2018.

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BY Casey Cline
August 8, 2018

Food & Nutrition Sample Post: 4 Ways To Keep Your Restaurant Allergen Friendly

This 341-word, middle-of-funnel food and nutrition sample post was written by BlogMutt writer Cathy H. As an avid food writer, her writing experience includes serving as a features reporter in the newspaper industry. There, she introduced readers to new restaurants, outstanding home cooks, and culinary tips. She also showcased the farm-to-table offerings of a Gulf Coast farmer's & fishermen's market.

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BY BlogMutt
August 3, 2018

Faith Sample Post: Challenges Of Professional Christian Women

Sherilyn M., a long-standing, successful BlogMutt writer, has been in an Evangelical Christian church for over 40 years. Her religious expertise is shaped by the various roles in church work she's had over the years. Some of these roles include youth teacher, children's worker, youth and children's writer for a religious periodical, editor of a religious newsletter, church piano player, and speaker for a homeless ministry.

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BY BlogMutt
August 3, 2018

Education Sample Post: A Calendar Checklist For Accreditation Liasions

This 1,009-word thought-leadership piece is intended to help IE officers or accreditation liasions prepare for the accreditation process. In posting such content as this, an organization can assert itself as an expert in the matters of accreditation and includes the strategy, budgeting, and credentialing parts of the process, in addition to the accreditation itself.

This sample was written by BlogMutt writer Katie R., who has a PhD in English language and literature and her day job is writing long-form content for a nationally recognized website, which has helped her become very well versed in SEO. She thoroughly appreciates the importance of fact-checking every article and conducting thorough research.


 

There's a lot that goes into preparing for accreditation, and you don't want to miss a single step in the process. We've put together a checklist to help you keep track of every step involved in helping a program, department, or college at your institution of higher education to become accredited so you can stay organized and make sure you have everything covered from the beginning to end.

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BY BlogMutt
July 27, 2018

The Importance Of Blogging

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2015. While blogging is just as important as ever, we saw the opportunity to include even more helpful updates on the importance of blogging, and how's it's critical to success in your overall marketing strategy.


 

For years, marketing experts have emphasized the importance of blogging for digital success. But it's 2018 now. Why is blogging important still and how should agencies and businesses make the most of their blogging resources?

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BY Casey Cline
July 25, 2018