New research shows that online articles enjoy a very short period of high traffic, followed by a sharp decline.
Category: Blogging News
More than 11,000 websites have been blacklisted by Google, after being compromised by “SoakSoak” malware
Backup Technology release Version 3 of Online Backup for WordPress
New Streaming Network From Huffington POst Gives Viewers a Chance to Join Live Conversations
Inviting bloggers to press previews is essential to creating buzz. But what about hiring bloggers to help develop them from start to finish? Can a blogger add real value to these events?
ScribbleLive is pleased to announce the release of the ScribbleLive Advanced Content Module (ACM). ACM is the first product emerging from collaboration between ScribbleLive and The Associated Press
The steps that Google has taken to ensure its search engine delivers quality and relevant results to users has seen scores of ‘grey hat’ and ‘black hat’ networks and tools become instantly redundant.
PR Newswire, the global leader of innovative marketing and communications solutions, today announced the launch of PR Newswire… for bloggers
Virgin Money is sponsoring a competition run by blogging network Britmums aimed at uncovering the best practical money saving tips and stories from mummy bloggers around the UK
Right Source Marketing, a marketing firm that delivers strategic consulting and interactive marketing services, today launched Content Magnet, a content marketing service that helps businesses plan, create and distribute content in order to improve the performance of all marketing initiatives. Content marketing works because it ties several interactive marketing tactics
Jennifer Rai, CEO & Founder of Today’s Admin, LLC, announces the launch of her new website, http://dailyBLOGMA.com. Starting with an impressive list of over 200 industry-leading authors already submitting content to the site, Daily Blogma is coming out of the gates with great momentum. Stamford, Connecticut (PRWEB) March 27, 2011
Social media strategist Lori Osterberg is now offering ghost blogging services to time-crunched business owners. According to entrepreneur Lori Osterberg, small businesses are facing two problems in the current marketplace: 1. They know they need to become more Internet savvy, and begin reaching out to clients through various social media
TheBlogFrog, a tech start up offering social add-ons (also called widgets) for blogs, is taking the mom blogger market by storm. The Boulder-based company offers social features for blogs that let blog readers ask each other questions, discuss relevant topics, and see each others’ blog posts and Twitter streams, all