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Today, there are millions of bloggers as the internet has become a place where people communicate and share copious amounts of information.
However, there are some legal pitfalls that come with blogging and many bloggers have no clue as to how to deal with them. Here we focus on some of the legal issues that bloggers may face.
Disclaimer: This article does not in any way offer legal counsel or advice but simply discusses legal considerations for bloggers and provides tips on protecting your content and creating your blog’s legal pages and disclaimers.
With the rising popularity of connected devices, that includes mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, people around the world are consuming a huge amount of content. If you include conventional desktops and laptops, the number goes up even more.
However, whether individuals or organizations, marketers have faced the dilemma of choosing short-form content over long-form content for their content strategy.
Truly, the right way to approach this confusion lies in adopting an appropriate mix of long-form and short-form content as both have their advantages.
The Advantages Of Short-Form Content
With the glut of online content and the reducing attention span of readers, many organizations are opting for short form content for their content marketing needs. Most of this short form content is in the form of blogs and infographics that are less than 1000 words in length.
This is a guest post by Mike Dane of Truconversion.com
How would you like to have an article that gets 70K views, 11K+ shares, and close to 500 comments?
That happened to Alex Pirouz who posted an article on LinkedIn’s publishing platform.
With over 400 million users in a professional environment, LinkedIn is the perfect social media platform to share your industry knowledge, build your expert status and establish thought leadership positioning.
Using LinkedIn for content distribution is becoming essential for any business, and especially for B2B companies because you can easily target your audience using information in their profiles.
Are you a blogger who’s been trying to build her blog audience and failing miserably to do so? If you’ve been wondering why your blogging efforts are not getting the results they used to get even a year ago, this post is for you.
In this post, I explore blog content creation and promotion trends in 2015 and beyond. Read on to see what the future holds for bloggers, content marketers and businesses that blog.
The Glut Of Online Content
In the early days of the web, it was very simple to get content ranked for specific keywords in Google and Yahoo, because there was not a great deal of content online.
Have you ever asked yourself, “How long should my blog post be?” Well, this handy infographic from the guys at BufferSocial has all the answers.
From the optimal length of blog posts, to the length of your LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube content, you’ll find this information pretty invaluable as you start creating a social content posting schedule for your business.
Tip: With blog posts nowadays, longer is better. According to the infographic below, 1600 is the optimal post length (Whew!). That’s going to keep us content marketers busy as hell!
So now you’ve got your website up and running and you need to move the needle on those traffic stats. What steps can you follow to make sure you start getting traffic and ensure it increases in a consistent manner?