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Online Student Again Part 5: Content Marketing: Wait, didn’t I hear about this a year ago? 

Almost exactly a year ago, I returned from a conference that changed a lot about the way I think about content. It was the 2014 Intelligent Content Conference (ICC2014). My brain soaked in a lot of information, and new friends … Continue reading

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Blogging Vs Article Writing – Is There A Difference?

In today’s content packed web, we often see the words “blog” and “article” used interchangeably; so much that the line between the two terms seems to increasingly become blurry. Today we’ll answer the very common question: Blogging Vs Article Writing … Continue reading

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What one thing isn’t Tech Comm doing?

On this third day of the third month, I have three questions for you about the Technical Communication profession: What one thing isn’t Tech Comm doing, that it should be doing? What needs to happe… Source: larrykunz.wordpress.com Larry Kunz asks … Continue reading

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Google, proving it still hasn’t figured out social, will strip Google+ for parts

It’s no Facebook. Source: qz.com Thanks to Nick Kellet of List.ly for finding this.    I have to say, while I’m on Google+, I’m not a big fan of it. It seems horribly disjointed, and when I’ve tried to fix … Continue reading

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IKEA furniture will soon be able to wirelessly charge your mobile device

You’ll soon be able to charge your mobile device directly on various IKEA furniture, from nightstands and desks to even the base of a lamp. Source: mashable.com This is a cool development, and proof that mobile is here to stay! … Continue reading

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Online Student Again, Part 4: Mobile Marketing, AKA Dang, I haven’t kept up!

After the confidence I had emerging from the Social Media Marketing module of my digital marketing course, I felt I could ride that wave of confidence into the next module about Mobile Marketing.  From what I could tell, I wasn’t wrong … Continue reading

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How Guest Blogging Solved My SEO Problem

A year ago, Google’s Matt Cutts and others declared guest blogging for SEO was dead. But the naysayers were wrong. I’ve discovered good guest blogs with links from authoritative sites and social shares still can improve your rankings. Source: contentmarketinginstitute.com … Continue reading

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