Every marketer faces different challenges. Although we typically pursue similar goals, some teams are unable to hire top talent, while others struggle to find the right technology for their needs.
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This year I tried to have live streaming Q&A sessions on the website ProBlogger Facebook page on a weekly basis. I have noticed that every time I go live I get more and more questions about my live video setup – whether it’s the camera I’m using, my lighting, the
Ultimately, most of us find it much easier to remember content that we saw when accompanied by visuals – which is why visuals are used so often in marketing.
This post is based on Episode 57 of the ProBlogger podcast. Today I want to talk about nine hurdles that I faced as a blogger and how I overcome them. You may never have to deal with all of them, but there is probably at least one that you either
This post is based on Episode 201 of the ProBlogger podcast. “How do you create content that goes viral?” I remember getting this question from a new blogger. They wanted a blog post to go viral because they thought it would suddenly shoot their blog traffic and benefit into the
This post is based on Episode 188 of the ProBlogger podcast As you probably know, I have two main blogs – ProBlogger and Digital Photography School. And I’m very happy to be in a position where I can devote all my time to either and still earn a full-time income.
You know the expression “What you see is what you get”? When it comes to email marketing campaigns, this may not always be the case. Since everyone uses different email providers such as Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo, emails can be displayed differently for different subscribers.
This post is based on Episode 117 of the ProBlogger podcast. In the past four weeks, I have spoken about the four phases in which your readers were warmed up and turned into enthusiastic fans: 1. Find out about your blog 2nd First-time visitors interested in your blog 3rd More