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Need technical writing for your company’s blog? It can be really hard to create posts with something new week after week. If you don’t have the time or material to do this, you should buy blog posts written by real writers, instead … Continue reading
The holiday season is upon us, and even before all the witches costumes were put away and the Halloween candy was eaten, retailers started targeting Christmas shoppers. The evergreen trees and decorations have been out for awhile, but now the … Continue reading
Ken Bradford Most real estate companies and agents already have an online presence in the form of a traditional website. The problem with these sites is that many of them make everything look the same. Some agents seem to fail … Continue reading
By Curt Smothers Mrs. Digby was my high school typing teacher way back in 1959, and I owe her a lot. I took her typing class for three reasons: 1) I didn’t want to take Chemistry; 2) I loved to write, … Continue reading
By Shirin McArthur Remember the last time you and your family tried to decide where to go out for dinner? Mom wanted sushi, Dad wanted steak, and the kids couldn’t decide whether to choose fast food or go straight for the … Continue reading
Here at BlogMutt we’re constantly talking about how having a blog on your website adds value to your business. Whether your goal is to implement your keywords so that your rank higher on search engines, or you simply want to … Continue reading
You may be accustomed to seeing your picture show up all over Google features from Gmail to their own version of Facebook, Google +. You may not be aware that — unless you opt out — your photo can also … Continue reading
By Nicole Colwell I remember it like it was yesterday. A local doctor invited me to supervise her practice. Her offer came with an attractive salary for my area, and a position of power. The job started enjoyably enough, but it … Continue reading
As you talk to a pal about marketing, you hear the words “blogging” bantered about. “Oh, no,” you think to yourself. “They’re talking about that again. The last time we tried that it was a complete failure.” Wait! Stop thinking … Continue reading
by Ruth Bremer Mass marketing is over, traditional advertising is dead, and “normal” doesn’t exist. So how are you going reach your customers? At a luncheon kicking off Denver Startup Week, bestselling author and marketing guru Seth Godin spoke about the post-industrial revolution and the end … Continue reading