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The Anatomy of an Effective Blog Post

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We break down each of the parts that make up the anatomy of an effective blog post.
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April Bohnert
February 11, 2016

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How We Went From Unranked To The First Page For "Outsourced Blog Writing"

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A case study on how blog writing improved our keyword search ranking for "outsourced blog writing".
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Patrick Armitage
August 17, 2016

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The Blogging Newbie’s Guide To Content Promotion Strategy (Part 1)

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A guide to content promotion strategy for blogging newbies, part 1 of 2. Includes six actionable tips make a beginner at blogging dangerous.
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Kali Greff
July 11, 2016

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The Blogging Newbie's Guide To Content Promotion Strategy (Part 2)

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A guide to content promotion strategy for blogging newbies, part 2 of 2. Includes six actionable tips to take a content promotion beginner to advanced.
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Kali Greff
August 4, 2016

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The Anatomy of an Effective Blog Post

Creating content that is effective and engaging on a number of different levels is an art form to be sure. It's an art that can take years of practice and finetuning. But when we break down the anatomy of a blog post, we can see that there is also a science to it—a formula that we can use, time and time again, to create content that gets results. 

The anatomy of a blog post functions, in many ways, like that of any other organism. Each part has its own unique job, but works in conjuction with the others to accomplish a common goal. By examining this anatomy, we can better understand the elements that make a blog post truly effective and can simplify the blog writing process to more quickly and easily write the content we need.  

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BY April Bohnert
February 11, 2016

Hire A Blog Writer To Set The Tone For Your Blog

Ghostwriting bloggers are a special breed. They are a selfless lot who are dedicated to finding exactly what you want, writing it for you, and all the while knowing that their name will not appear on the work they completed. Hire a blog writer and get the professionalism, skill, and benefit of someone who simply loves the craft of writing itself. At BlogMutt, we want to raise the level of the blogging art.

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BY Scott Yates
March 20, 2015

4 Benefits Of Hiring A Small Business Blogging Service

Blogging For Cloud Services: Same Old Game, But A New Playing Field

Blogging for cloud services is a matter of understanding the old game, but on a new playing field. Today’s cloud is like a giant broadcast service, only with greater interactivity between the user and the provider.

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BY Scott Yates
February 12, 2015

How To Keep Your Business Blog From Dying

IBM research found that 80 percent of those who begin a company blog never publish more than five posts. Bloggers start with big plans but other, more urgent tasks get in the way. (Huffington Post)

Are you one of those 80 percent who started blogging for your small business but stopped? Or are you one of those who is feeling the pain of not enough time and are afraid you might stop? If your blog has died or is in danger, please keep reading.

business blog We have three great ideas to keep your blog from going six feet under.

You know you need to blog. Statistics tell us that 61 percent of consumers have made purchases due to reading a blog and that small businesses with blogs generate 126 percent more leads than those small businesses that do not blog.

But tasks other than blogging always seem more urgent, and the blogging doesn't always get done. We'd like to help.

First, we suggest you have a notepad next to your computer and start a list of the questions you answer for customers. If you see that you are answering the same topic more than three times, put that as a keyword for a blog post. You can write the blog yourself with the answer you have given, or post that as a keyword for a blog to be written for you.

Second, we suggest you give your customers an opportunity via your webpage, email, or other means to give you suggestions for what they want to read on your blog. You will find that they have great suggestions for blogs you can write, or for topics you can have written for your blog.

Third, we suggest you hire a small business blogging service. A blogging service will ensure you receive quality blogs based on your keywords and suggestions.

Follow through on these three ideas to keep your blog going, so you don't end up in the 80 percent of people who stop blogging. Contact us today -- we love to talk about blogging.

 


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