When is the best time of day to write a blog?

Blogging has to be fitted in within your daily schedule. You can use excellent tools such as CoSchedule to organise your blogging activity, but that still leaves you with the decision as to when to blog. Should you write a blog post first thing in the morning, at...

The Daily Mail can actually make you a better blogger

Four tips for bloggers taken from analysing what the Daily Mail does to achieve its huge online success and what a former employee told a search marketing conference in London The Daily Mail is an online success story. Whatever you think about the publication or its...

How to produce 486 blog ideas in 15 minutes

One of the biggest problems that anyone producing content has is coming up with ideas as to what to write about. However, it is much easier to produce ideas than you might think. At the Search Bootcamp being held in London today, Pete Campbell from Kaizen showed...

Is the media being strangled by content?

Businesses are getting conflicting advice about online marketing. Soon that advice is going to collide and there is going to be one massive fall out. Take a look at the latest data about the influence of “YouTube Stars“. It turns out that people aged under...

LinkedIn blogging has relatively low take-up

A year ago LinkedIn provided the ability for members to publish content directly on the site. The idea was that LinkedIn members could write articles or blog posts and have them distributed on the LinkedIn network. Sounds a great idea. Indeed, LinkedIn themselves are...

It takes 10,000 hours to be a successful blogger – really?

Are great bloggers naturally talented or can you become one? Every second, of every minute, of every hour, of every day there are 35 new blog posts published. That amounts to three million new blog posts every single day – more than a billion each year. If each...

Go for a walk before writing a blog post

Every day millions of bloggers have the same problem – what to write about. Every day thousands of bloggers give up because they no longer have the motivation to write anything. Every day millions of people visit blogs to discover they are dormant, having been...

7 ways to capture your blog ideas

One of the problems with our memory is that it doesn’t always work the way we want it to. That’s because our subconscious will often produce something useful for us and send it directly to our conscious thinking – you know the kind of things, you are...
Call Graham Jones Graham Jones, Internet Psychologist

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