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The long tail of blogging is dying - Guardian. Writing a blog post is a lot harder than posting a status update, putting a funny link on someone's Wall, or tweeting. People are still reading blogs, and other content. Star-shaped Cells In Brain Help With Learning - Science Daily. Review: Camtasia for Mac - eQuixotic.

How Course Creators Get Leads Through Content and Scale Revenue Through Smart Promotions with Marketing Professional Daniel Daines-Hutt


To provide some context and social proof, Daniel shares how he wrote eight blog posts in two years, and his second article got 50,000 visits, which led to 3 million dollars in client requests. In this episode Daniel shares his strategies for creating his long form content, and some best practices you may want to try out to improve your production strategies. I’m joined by a special guest who I have known for quite a long time, Daniel Daines-Hutt from down under.


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How Course Creators Can Improve Their Affiliate Marketing Programs with Dustin Howes


Like for us, there’s people that WordPress products or write articles in the WordPress space or write articles in the E-learning space, and they can kind of naturally find us just by typing in keywords for looking for programs in there. There’s this giant long tail that you’re talking about. So you have to look down the road a long ways, because those guys are might produce a piece of content in a month that ranks on Google’s for SAP in a year.

How to Grow Your Email List with an Email Challenge and SEO Course Case Study with Brendan Hufford


If your only claim to fame in SEO is that you have a blog about SEO and you’ve never done anything else, I don’t know if I can trust you, because your advice is always kind of suspect. Cool, workshop three is all going to be about writing for SEO and then workshop four is all going to be about outreach and link building and different ways to do that. Brendan Hufford: I could have put all that 30 days of emails into an epic 6,000-word blog post.