Live blogging at Facebook HQ. How to get on the waiting list to try the updated news feed

Yesterday I mentioned that I was invited to Facebook HQ for a press event announcing an update to their news feed. ——————————————- FB HQ ——————————————– 9:45 Landed at FB HQ. Drove all the way around the old SUN campus before I figured out where to park. 9:50 Checked in with other newsy types. Foxnews was…

5 Tips to Divert Traffic to Your Blog

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There’s no doubt that bloggers always feel a dearth of enhancing their blogging experience through various tools and tweaks. But what most of them do not realize is that successful blogging also requires traffic to get working and generate optimum efficiency. Therefore, for bloggers who have been searching up and down to increase the traffic to their sites, here’s some help. Listed below are some significant tips that should enable bloggers and site owners to increase traffic on their blogs. Take a look!

Add Content to Writing

It’s extremely important to ensure that the content on your blog comes across as concise, interesting and captivating. Make sure your content thoroughly represents the facts and does not contain unnecessary information. For any blog to derive traffic, keep on writing interesting articles as much as possible. At the same time, incorporate good layouts and designs and use colors that appeal to the reader. In a nutshell, keep your posts error free.

8 Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started Blogging for Bill Belew’s Class on Social Media Marketing | #6

    Here are 8 Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started Blogging for Bill Belew’s Class on Social Media Marketing I previously posted lesson number one in Social Media Marketing from Stephanie Shoquist of AskADifferentQuestion. Now lessons number 6 — 6.         Building Up to Full Strength I have had to set my own pace.  I learned…