Looking to grow your business with a blog? You've come to the right place.
There’s no point in getting lots of readers for your blog if you don’t turn any of them into customers.
There are so many free tools for writing blog posts - but which should you use, and when? Here's how I link several together to make my writing better.
Did you know that you can collect email addresses right inside Twitter? Now you do, and here's how to do it with Mailchimp or Convertkit.
Your visual branding is often the first thing people notice about your business. Keep your look consistent with simple brand guidelines.
Many bloggers rely on rules and tools to sharpen up headlines and tweets. But if you follow ALL the rules, you’ll sound like clickbait.
Online video is being touted as the 'next big thing' for marketing. But it's not always the right thing for your users.
It's so easy to add email address popups to your site that everyone's using them. Here are some ways to use them without infuriating your visitors.
Lots of us research and write our blogs in Evernote. Many of us also use Markdown to quickly format posts. Now Marxico lets you do both.
Mailchimp is an amazing email marketing tool - unless you want to give out lots of free downloads. So I've switched to ConvertKit, a new subscription tool designed for bloggers.
My review of Platform: Get noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt: a brisk introduction to digital and social media marketing, by someone who has actually used the techniques he's talking about to build a successful business.