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Education Sample Post: A Calendar Checklist For Accreditation Liasions

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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.
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BlogMutt
July 27, 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

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

Education Sample Post: U.S. Electoral System

This 2,026-word sample post written by our recently spotlighted writer Tyler T. showcases his passion and deep understanding of the United States' electoral college system, which could serve as a great informational, thought leadership piece for an educational entity, a governmental education organization, or a nonprofit. Leading with comprehensive, well researched articles like this can easily build credibility for your site by providing very tangible value and establish yourself as an authority in the space.


 

Reaching the age of 18 is an exciting milestone: now, as legally-recognized adults, each year brings with it a new generation of voters poised to influence the path of their local, state, and federal governments. For politically-conscious teens, however, exercising this new right of self-government can occasionally bring with it some challenging questions. For example, how can a candidate win an election despite receiving less votes than their opponent? How do some relatively small states carry substantial influence in national elections? Why can some people vote and not others?

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BY BlogMutt
May 11, 2018

Education Sample Post: Find The Best High School For Your Student In Woodbury, MN

This 1,061-word, bottom-of-funnel sample post for a high school in the area of B2C education is meant to bring middle-school parents of a certain local area (Woodbury, Minnesota, in this case) up to speed about their public and private options in high schools for their student based on different academic interests and other relevant stats. This post was written by Elizabeth S., one of BlogMutt's 3,000+ talented writers and a local English teacher to this area.


 

Help your student have the best possible high school experience by finding the best fit. Woodbury has four high schools to choose from; two traditional public, one public charter and one private parochial school. Check out what each school has to offer! 

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BY BlogMutt
November 24, 2017

Education Sample Post: Delving Into The E-Learning Marketplace

This 1,229-word sample post was written by Cheryl H., who was BlogMutt's spotlighted freelance writer for the month of July.

Cheryl wrote this guest post on a topic of her choice, and wrote on e-learning and adult education. Visit her writer profile to read more about her experience and for customer testimonials praising her work.


 

Thirty-six million adults in the United States lack basic math, reading and writing skills. Of those, about 4 million make use of public and private education—leaving 9 out of 10 adult consumers who don’t utilize available learning opportunities, according to Forbes.

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BY BlogMutt
August 11, 2017

Stop Buying Lists: It’s Time For Higher Education To Embrace Inbound Marketing Strategy

This post was written by Simon Stuchlik, who is BlogMutt's spotlighted freelance writer for the month of October. Simon wrote this guest post on a topic of his choice. Visit his writer profile to read more about his experience and for customer testimonials praising his work. 


 

Inbound marketing strategy has arrived in higher education. Or has it? On the one hand, experts at HubSpot and Converge tout the philosophy, bringing along such prestigious institutions as USC, which have embraced the concept.

On the other hand, that hasn’t stopped many institutions from falling back into their old habits.

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BY BlogMutt
October 17, 2016

Blogging For Executive Education: What Does It Take To Be An Executive?

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When you entitle a piece, "An Executive Education" you are writing something entirely different than when you entitle it "Education for the Executive."

The former is an iconic theme. It implies destiny. The persons being educated are being groomed. The executive is already in them. The latter is a statement about aspiration. How to become an executive when you are not born to it.

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BY BlogMutt
May 6, 2016