Guest post spammers know the right keywords to use, how to craft an email and they understand that even a very small number of conversions can give them extremely valuable inbound links. So, here’s how to not get burned.
Wonder why people aren’t sharing your posts on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest? Why you don’t have many email subscribers? Time to do some homework!Pin It
Are you as addicted to Pinterest as I am? I love love LOVE bookmarking cool things from across the Web (although like many of you, I sometimes pin things that I’ll never actually get to doing). So when I saw that Lindsay from The Lean Green Bean was having another “Pin It Party,” I decided to jump right in!
I am so, SO excited to share this guest post with you today. It comes from my friend Kayla, who first came to me as a blog consulting client…but has quickly become one of my biggest inspirations. One of the tasks I gave her was to create a media kit, and I shared some of [...]
By now, you’ve heard about the Philadelphia food blogger who wrote an exclamation point-filled email to several restaurants offering them an “exciting opportunity” to be a “host restaurant” for a “VERY innovative and effective way” to promote their establishments, on a “first come, first serve” basis. There is SO SO SO MUCH BAD here that it would be easy to write off all bloggers as moochers…but I think there is a lesson to be learned, if you can just get through the aforementioned SO SO SO MUCH BAD.
A common question I get is: “Once I book a client or campaign, how do I invoice/report/settle up?” Here are some of the key things to keep in mind to not only be a good partner on one project, but to develop a good reputation (because a lot of these projects come from agencies that oversee multiple brands!) and get more and more jobs.