There is an incredible amount of content being published every day on topics related to internet marketing, social media, and blogging. With so much content it’s often a challenge to find the best articles that you can put to use in your own work. With that in mind, I wanted to mention several outstanding blog posts that were published across the web last month.

34 Ways to Increase Your Blog’s Email Subscribers List
By Stuart Walker, published at Niche Hacks

Building an email list is a priority for most bloggers and marketers, but getting people to subscribe to your list can be a challenge. Stuart Walker put together this extensive guide that will give you plenty of ideas that you can start to integrate to grow your own list.

Blogger Outreach: How to Get Influencers to Promote Your Content for Free
By Brian Dean, published at Boost Blog Traffic

A lot of bloggers and marketers talk about using blogger outreach to get influencers to share your content and build your audience. But this article by Brian Dean takes it to another level. Brian lays out a detailed step-by-step guide that you can put into practice regardless of what topic your blog covers.

Link Building Methods That Work in 2014
By Matthew Barby, published at MatthewBarby.com

So much has changed in the world of link building and SEO that you may be confused about what you should be doing to attract links to your own website or blog. In this article Matthew Barby exposes several myths and also provides a guide to some link building techniques that are working today.

A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Landing Page Copy That Woos Web Visitors
By Henneke Duistermaat, published at Enchanting Marketing

Landing pages are critical for maximizing conversions, but many landing pages are ineffective. Henneke shares her tips for setting up your landing page and persuading people to take action.

73+ Pivotal Blogging Shortcuts, Tools, and Tips for 2014
By Ramsay Taplin, published at Blog Tyrant

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If you’re looking for a detailed guide that can help you to get more out of your blog, check out this post at Blog Tyrant. It includes tips and resources for all aspects of blogging, as well as tips from several industry experts.

76 Ways to Market Your Content
By Victorino Abrugar, published at Entreb

Creating great content is important, but you still need to get it in front of the right audience. This massive post by Victorino Abrugar will provide you with plenty of ideas that you can put into practice to market your own content.

Get All of Your Biggest Questions About Blogging Answered in One Place
By Adam Connell, published at Blogging Wizard

Adam has put together a great resource, especially for new bloggers. He’s compiled questions that he’s often asked about blogging, and he’s answered each of the questions. Thisย blogging FAQย is a great resource to bookmark or to browse for answers to questions that you may have.

19 Dos and Don’ts to Help You Juggle Work Life and a Blog
By Greg Narayan, published at Dear Blogger

One of the biggest challenges of working online involves the distinction of your personal and work life, as well as how you use your time. In this post Greg Narayan shares from his own experiences, and these dos and don’ts can help you to avoid some pitfalls.

10 Content Marketing Secrets
By Heidi Cohen, published at HeidiCohen.com

If you struggling with knowing what type of content to publish at your website or blog, this article from Heidi Cohen provides details on some different approaches that you can take. Different types of content will appeal to different audiences, and this guide can show you some of the details, along with examples, of the possibilities.

The Complete Guide to Consumer Psychology
By Neil Patel and Ritika Puri, published at QuickSprout

If you want to understand more about the psychology of your visitors, this detailed guide is an amazing resource. It covers things like the psychology of color, the psychology of pricing, the power of emotions, and the mind of today’s consumer.

Get Started with Social Media Marketing in 5 Easy Steps
By Carol Lynn Rivera, published at Web.Search.Social.

If you’re new to social media marketing it can seem pretty overwhelming. Take the wrong approach and you’ll wind up wasting a lot of time. This article by Carol Lynn Rivera breaks down the basic steps that you should take to start your social media marketing efforts with a solid foundation.


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