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It’s been a few weeks since part 1 here of the blog inspiration series, but not for a lack of inspiration. We’re slammed and it’s a good problem to have, but I promised you awesome ideas, so let’s get back to it! To recap ideas 1-3: Find your muse Control environmental factors Clear your must-do’s …Read More
Attempting to find blog inspiration can be incredibly productive. In the quest for a great blog topic or simply the creative zone we need to blog, we manage to find the time to pay our bills, clean up our inbox, dust off the exercise equipment, cook a four-course meal… we do everything except blog! Why …Read More
You’ve probably heard the news. According to findings released by UMass Dartmouth [hat tip RWW] the number of Inc. 500 companies maintaining corporate blogs has dropped for the first time since 2007. Did you hear that? IT DROPPED! According to Dartmouth’s research, just 37 percent of companies interviewed said they had a corporate blog, down …Read More
It’s funny how clients’ needs evolve over time. For example, I’ve been noticing that most clients who come to Outspoken Media seeking blog consulting services these days aren’t asking whether or not they should take the plunge and create a corporate blog. In 2012, they’ve already got that. Now what they’re looking to do is …Read More
The typical evolution of a Web community looks and sounds a little something like this: Stage 1: I love dogs! OMG, do I love dogs! If only there was a Web community to connect with others who love dogs. I’ll start one! Stage 2: Must. Get. Word out about my new dog community. Must host …Read More
You’ve decided to start a corporate blog. Fantastic. There are some questions you’re going to have to answer. When you begin down the corporate blogging road, there are a few things you’ll have to quickly decide on. What kind of content will you publish? How will the blog help you attract leads? What in the …Read More
There aint no hiding now, kids. Hubspot spread the word that there are now more companies blogging than there are companies not blogging. And as I look at the strategy documents we’ve been creating for clients this summer that definitely seems to be the case – clients are looking for that blog consulting component as …Read More
Hey. What are you doing tonight? I was thinking maybe we’d hang out and talk about corporate blogging, social media, and how to NOT pen the most boring corporate blog in the history of the world? What do you think? Up for it? I hope so. Tonight I’m flattered to be the featured guest on …Read More
Hello. I’m a potential new customer and I just landed on your Web site for the very first time. I’m taking a look around and I think I may like what you’re offering. In fact, your services/that pair of shoes/that quirky owl necklace are exactly what I’ve been waiting for. But, as a new customer, …Read More
Planning on launching your blogging career by playing the role of That Guy, the one who yells, screams and insults his way to attracting eyes? If so, do us a favor, would you? Kick yourself now. Hard. I don’t know Kris Roadruck on a personal level, but I’m inclined to really like him. He’s got …Read More