Open Community Case Study – GoPlow

SocialFish

Community: GoPlow. GoPlow is the Snow & Ice Management Association ‘s (SIMA) online community. Brian believed they couldn’t do that until they had a open community website generating solid content. In terms of community metrics, I don’t track that info at this point.

Open Community Case Study – Local Government Knowledge Network

SocialFish

Community: Local Government Knowledge Network. Our best stuff – magazines, reports, data, discussion forums and more – lived behind the member wall. Associations debate whether to tear down their walls and open their communities to non-members.

264: How One Blogger Builds Engagement and Makes a Difference with Online Community Events

ProBlogger

The post 264: How One Blogger Builds Engagement and Makes a Difference with Online Community Events appeared first on ProBlogger. How One Blogger is Using Online Events to Build Engagement and Make a Difference. Each day, bloggers post a simple-to-sew softie tutorial.

Six First Income Streams Recommended for Bloggers

ProBlogger

The post Six First Income Streams Recommended for Bloggers appeared first on ProBlogger. This can be a sticking point, whether you’re a new blogger or have been blogging for a while. Further Reading: My Tips for Making Money As a Blogger Through Affiliate Marketing (podcast episode).

Women in Blogging: 125 Fearless Female Bloggers

Kikolani

I took a look at 14 lists that have come out over the last year for the top bloggers, social media marketers, search marketers, and entrepreneurs. This list includes female bloggers that cover a huge variety of topics in the blogosphere.

6 Things Bloggers Can Learn From Dr. Seuss

Kikolani

Here are 6 things that bloggers can learn from the legend, Dr. Seuss. In 1954, Life Magazine published a finding that concluded children were not learning to read because the books they were assigned to read was boring. As bloggers, success rarely ever comes overnight.

Public Relations becomes Community Relations – Social Media

Laurel Papworth

If you have the relationship with the community, and they like and respect you, it’s tough to turf you out and go with a competitor agency. Build and manage the community and you automatically take on a “public relations manager&# role. Today you do your best to get them articles in women’s magazines, hand out free samples and so on. External PR consultants will know which community managers to approach and how to approach them.

Pinterest Basics for Bloggers

ProBlogger

On August 16, 2011, Time magazine named Pinterest among the “50 Best Websites of 2011”. Bloggers can make use of these “clickthrough images” to attract more people to our blogs. Every time you pin or re-pin a picture, it shows up on the Pinterest community boards.

20 Bloggers to Watch in 2012

ProBlogger

As Michael Stelzner said at Blogworld, “You’re not a blogger, you’re a publisher!”. Her work is highly regarded in the social media community and she was recommended multiple times in the comments section on last year’s list. Deb is an accomplished blogger.

Are You an Irregular Blogger?

Janet Fouts

Every successful blogger or blogging coach will tell you it’s important to blog regularly to maintain the interest of your readers. This just encourages community discussion and give a wider point of view on the subject at hand. Books, magazines, trade journals, media. How often is up to you, but often it’s helpful to set a sort of schedule to your blogging so people begin to expect to hear from you on a regular basis.

The Changing State Of Blogs

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Some of them looked less like personal online journals, and more like quick moving and frequently updated digital versions of magazines and newspapers (think Huffington Post and Mashable ). It was the ability for readers/community members to "subscribe" to a blog feed. I'm not sure who a blogger is anymore. From a blogger to a writer (and, for some, it could be a journalist). blogger. community. magazine. Are blogs dead?

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Three Key Things Successful Bloggers Do to Build Their Blogs Into Businesses

ProBlogger

The post Three Key Things Successful Bloggers Do to Build Their Blogs Into Businesses appeared first on ProBlogger. A couple of years ago we published a fantastic guest post from John Stevens on the nine conversion habits of the world’s most successful bloggers.

227: 3 Travel Bloggers Share their Stories and Tips

ProBlogger

3 Travel Bloggers Share Their Tips and Stories. I started this series towards the end of last year with episode 221: From 0 to 500,000 Page Views a Month – A DIY Blogger Shares Her Story. Today I’ve got three blogger stories for you. And like our ‘tech blogger’ episode 222, I’ve put together stories from three travel and tourism bloggers. Links and Resources for 3 Travel Bloggers Share their Stories and Tips. Captivating Cappadocia Blogger Duke Dillard.

Lessons From 14 Years With Six Pixels Of Separation

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that's a looooonnnnggg time to be publishing articles, podcasts, sharing links and trying to build a community and audience around the intersection of brands, consumers and technology. Books, magazines, blogs and more. blogger. community. magazine. Today almost got away from me. I looked at my day's meetings and realized that today - September 29th, 2017 - marks the 14th anniversary of this space, Six Pixels Of Separation.

The Blog Turns 20 This Year

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I could not believe that if my words resonated, I would be able to find my own audience and build my own community. I have met some of my closest friends because they are bloggers. blogger. magazine. online community. Can you believe it?

Top Takeaways for Bloggers from the International Food Blogger Conference 2015

ProBlogger

Each year, the International Food Blogger Conference brings together USA-based and foreign food bloggers under the same roof. WRITING : are food bloggers moving towards to more conventional food writing? Bloggers can have different voices for different blogs or outlets.

198: 6 First Income Streams Recommended for Bloggers

ProBlogger

I’ll suggest 6 income streams that I see bloggers often starting with and at the end nominate my favorite one that I think can be a good place to start for many bloggers. So if you’ve been wanting to start monetize your blog – whether you’re a new blogger or an established one – or even if you’ve been monetizing but want to add another income stream – this episode is for you. Links and Resources on 6 Recommended First Income Streams for Bloggers.

Bloggers & Writers - What Keeps You Going?

The Marketing Blog

38 am Bloggers & Writers – What Keeps You Going? I remember speaking to a journalist from a leading business magazine some-time back who was really passionate about a story he had to cover. I think that the journalist showed traits of both a blogger and a writer. I guess, it's an entrepreneur/ blogger fav topic to blog when starts a startup. Home About In the Media Driving Traffic From Blog Comments Fastrack Adopts Social Media November 23, 2007.8:38

Are You Ready to be a Full-Time Blogger?

ProBlogger

A big part of the pro blogger dream is to be your own boss. Being a full-time blogger leaves you plenty of opportunities to get lost – online, in sleep, in your own fears. Fortunately, tools and skills to be a successful full-time blogger are learnable.

40 Bloggers to Watch in 2011

ProBlogger

Welcome to the 2011 list of bloggers to watch. It was where thousands of the world’s best bloggers met to network and learn. I recommend that bloggers of any niche attend conferences such as this to check out the rising stars. See, Peter isn’t like us bloggers.

10 Brands Killing It On Instagram in 2016

Talkwalker SM

Condé Nast does a great job of taking us around the world and makes smart use of popular hashtags (#TravelerInVienna, #TravelerInChicago, etc) and travel bloggers such as @grantlegan or @sashajuliard to give more visibility to posts.

How To Start A Blog In 2012

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My general recommendation is to use the free version until you start seeing uptake by the community. Blogs, books, newspapers, magazines, tweets, etc. blogger. magazine. online community. Starting a Blog is easy. Starting a Blog in 2012 is a little bit more complex. There's a Blog about anything and everything out there, right now. It's hard for someone considering a Blog to come up with a new and/or different angle.

Time Management for Ridiculously Busy Bloggers

ProBlogger

This guest post is by Stepfanie Cuevas of The Lady Bloggers Society. I learned to embrace the new rules for time management for ridiculously busy bloggers like myself. There was one time when I was working on two of my own blogs, writing for three other websites, all while freelance writing for parenting and entrepreneur magazines. Instead of ad building, maybe you should be participating in communities to network with other people.

192: 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses

ProBlogger

The Things Successful Bloggers Do to Build Their Blogs Into Businesses. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about some of the things that successful bloggers are doing to increase the conversions of their website. This episode is inspired by a post we had on the ProBlogger blog this week from John Stevens who shared 9 conversion habits of the world’s most successful bloggers. Resources for 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses.

How Bloggers Can Make Money from Brands

ProBlogger

Bloggers everywhere need to rethink their approaches: display advertising needs reinvention: who’s it working for? As a blogger, you need to make some serious strategic calls on where to put your focus because content-making is heavy going. Within 2 years, I was hosting the main hip hop radio show in Sydney, Australia, and started publishing the first full color hip-hop magazine in the southern hemisphere: Stealth Magazine. How Bloggers Can Make Money from Brands.

Accepting the Blogger’s Social Responsibility

ProBlogger

On a daily basis we bloggers are bombarded posts about so-called unique methods of making money, getting new advertisement opportunities, and how to increase revenue streams. It becomes so deeply ingrained in our minds that the end goal, if we care about monetizing our blog, is to become the next millionaire blogger. But based on the inherent characteristic that bloggers enjoy helping each other, shouldn’t we bloggers have a social responsibility to give back to society?

226: From Passion Project to Over $100,000 in Advertising Revenue – a Dating Ideas Blogger Shares Her Story

ProBlogger

Over $100,000 in Ad Revenue – a Dating Ideas Blogger Tells Her Story. Today we’re resuming our series of blogger stories where I hand the podcast over to you, our listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. Today, we are continuing our series of blogger stories where I’m handing the podcast over to you, as listeners, to tell your stories of starting a blog. But I was also voted best blogger by Orlando Magazine last year.

192: 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses

ProBlogger

The Things Successful Bloggers Do to Build Their Blogs Into Businesses. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about some of the things that successful bloggers are doing to increase the conversions of their website. This episode is inspired by a post we had on the ProBlogger blog this week from John Stevens who shared 9 conversion habits of the world’s most successful bloggers. Resources for 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses.

An Interview with Blogger Bob From TSA's Evolution of Security.

Social Media Strategery

Development Social Media An Interview with Blogger Bob From TSA’s Evolution of Security Blog Tue, Mar 10, 2009 Best Of , Government 2.0 My questions are underlined and bolded below – Blogger Bob’s responses are found just below each question.

196: Blogger Spotlight – Nikki Parkinson from Styling You, Shares How She Built a Business Around Her Blog

ProBlogger

Blogger Nikki Parkinson Shares How She Built a Business Around Her Blog. In today’s episode, I have recorded an interview with one of Australia’s better known bloggers – Nikki Parkinson from the style and fashion blog – Styling You. I found this fascinating because her approach to planning was very different to what many bloggers teach. Nikki talks about how she’s not just built a large audience – but how she’s built such an engaging community.

Interview with Heather Morgan Shott of Meredith's Mixing Bowl Social Network Community

Diva Marketing Blog

New social networking communities seem to be on every virtual corner these days. However, when brands build out communities it's obviously a business decision that has incurred significant resources - including dollars. It doesn’t work to just build a community and then abandon it.

Is Starbucks the Most Dangerous Competitor to Facebook? | E.

Convince & Convert

August 25th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Today’s post is a collaboration with Clinton Bonner , community connectivity expert, futurist, and blogger at Everything to Everything. Starbucks could use their SDN to reinvent themselves as a key member of any local community, and not as a coffeehouse, but as the best-possible advertising platform available in every city and town in the country.

What Moved You In 2010

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From discovering new Bloggers who are discovering their own voices to the minutia of niches that people are driven to write about. As a former magazine publisher, there's just nothing like opening up a browser and entering into a world of insightful pieces of content written by people who are truly passionate about a topic that gets published the second their idea is complete. Magazine just listed at #13 on their Bestsellers of 2010 list - thank you!) blogger.

196: Blogger Spotlight – Nikki Parkinson from Styling You, Shares How She Built a Business Around Her Blog

ProBlogger

Blogger Nikki Parkinson Shares How She Built a Business Around Her Blog. In today’s episode, I have recorded an interview with one of Australia’s better known bloggers – Nikki Parkinson from the style and fashion blog – Styling You. I found this fascinating because her approach to planning was very different to what many bloggers teach. Nikki talks about how she’s not just built a large audience – but how she’s built such an engaging community.

Diva Marketing Talks Blogger Relations With Susan Getgood and Liz Gumbinner

Diva Marketing Blog

Today's Diva Marketing Talks with Susan Getgood , Roadmaps (blog) and Getgood Strategic Marketing and Liz Gumbinner , Cool Mom Picks and Moms 101 about how to build successful and respectful blogger relationships programs. Don’t limit yourself to just the top bloggers in your space.

How Social Media can Fix the Troll and Bullying problem

Laurel Papworth

Our women’s magazines that think it’s fine to photoshop young celebrities in damaging positions? Bullying can be a contributing factor in suicide and damages whole communities not just the bullied. Because they reflect back the community values with a twist.

Occupy Wall Street – The Revolution is Twittervised

Laurel Papworth

In this article, I’m looking at process vs product journalism, representational democracy falling over, the demise of capitalism, authoritarian aspects of traditional media AND online community hosts e.g. Twitter and the newly found power of Crowd Activism.

How to Write Facebook Sponsored Posts And Dodge the Haters

Laurel Papworth

So hey, let’s inflict it on the customer community anyway by paying to get their attention, by yelling at them using traditional ads. The community starts yelling back. Harvey Norman are not the only one’s coming in for a community caning. Be the magazine, not the ad.

Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2010

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

As many of you know, I have an annual tradition of giving back to the community on my birthday, which is why this year is no different. Since I can’t read everything written by the Internet Marketing community, I ask my Twitter and Facebook followers for their own recommendations.

Facebook Intensive Class – Computer Class, 1 Day

Laurel Papworth

All your questions will be answered as your facilitator has been managing Facebook Pages with 1 million plus fans for several years and growing online communities in general for 20 years. Looking for a very indepth Facebook class?

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