One of the questions I get asked almost every single weeks now is, “How much should I pay for someone to write a blog post?” So you realise that blogging for business is important and you want in. It is good for your SEO and a great way of generating new content every week.
Last year I started experimenting with video content through Snapchat, it is the first time I have created video content and I didn’t do it because it was fun or because I think I am good looking. I did it because I know that we are going to have to get familiar with creating video content whether we want to or not.
Are you finally thinking that now is the time to get on the social media train? Held off for some time but are thinking that you need to start taking advantage of the tools at your disposal? There are a lot of you out there in that boat, I can tell you that much for sure.
For the past 3-4 years now much of the content I have created online has pivoted around blogging. Social media and marketing as well as business has been a topic I have centrally focused on and in particular over the past year I have enjoyed it immensely as there has been more feedback than ever before.
One of the biggest mental challenges we face when we start a new blog is “who is going to actually read this?” You have got yourself fired up over the idea, you have a name, organised the domain and claimed social media accounts.
I have been been using WordPress to create websites and blogs for as long as I can remember. Through my teens it was more experimentation and learning, I opened countless websites using the free WordPress hosted servers just so I could learn about CMS and how to do the basics.
The tweets that come from Donald Trump’s Twitter account each day are an indication of just how much trouble social media can cause your personal brand or your business brand if you are not careful with it.
Last August we revealed a new website design that I absolutely love and have been thrilled with. A single webpage layout with all the info necessary on that page and easy to find. It was the second layout for Mark Dalton Media after launching at the start of last March.
Good morning! Start of another week and for this week that means the start of something new. Today we are proud to officially announce the launch of a new website, one I have been excited to launch for some time now – In The Red Zone. So let me explain how this came about and what this means for the Mark Dalton Media blog.
So this will be unexpected for many people, scaling back on content. Why? Would I not push forward with more content? At one point we were at two articles per day, then back to one and now there will only be a few per week? How does this make sense?