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  • http://stephenlangitan.com/ Stephen Langitan

    I am still going on with this.. at least always to improve by blog and reachs point by point..
    Thanks and have a good day!

  • http://www.webinknow.com/ David Meerman Scott

    Jeff – Like you, I have learned a lot from Seth. You have a great list here. Thanks for posting. I’d add one more — Don’t talk about your own products and services in your blog. Nobody cares. Instead talk about things of interest to your audience.

  • http://www.ricardobueno.com Ricardo Bueno

    Jeff: great list of points to follow and references to others who are doing it well.

    David: great point (a topic you covered at length in World Wide Rave which I thoroughly enjoyed).

  • http://www.clarkstonlegal.com Timothy P. Flynn

    Of all the so-called “social media”, I’ve found blogging to be the most effective in a marketing sense and for SEO purposes. I’m fortunate to be in an industry where many clients seek my services on line these days. Also, many of my colleagues cannot write well; so I have an advantage. By doing many (but not all) of the things on this list, I’ve risen to the top of geo-specific searches in my market. Google seems to love regularly updated quality content. And why wouldn’t they?

  • http://www.CarolynWinter.wordpress.com carolynwinter

    Jeff what a terrific and inspiring interview! As a self employed person the world of marketing has been quite an odyssey in the last 10years. In quest of what should I be doing next, I remember the copy writing jargon phase (you know 3 page length long letters with 10 special offers and a bargain price at the bottom) was something I never mastered and still feel slightly nauseous looking at. Well, that was one of many strategies that never felt right but seemed to be the only thing out there along with ads, pays per clicks etc.

    To now hear this industry of marketing/communications talk about ways to just connect with people as real people is refreshing. It’s like society has reached a new level of consciousness where integrity wins the day. I think the real challenge is the learning curve of unhooking from the previous generation of marketing know-how. I think we need a detoxification camp for that!

    This video helps!

    Have a great day!
    Carolyn

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  • http://www.businessesGROW.com/blog Mark W Schaefer

    Well done. Pretty comprehensive list Jeff. I would add “connect to others” through comments and helping them with their own blogs. Thanks!

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  • http://www.source-blogger.com Source Blogger

    Guess it’s no longer a secret now?!

    Why do non-descriptive lists leave me needing a hug afterward?

    Source Blogger
    “Determined to make you a better blogger”

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    Why do people lie?

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  • http://dd20century.com Joanne Capella

    Great advice! I’m just starting out with my blog, so the timing of your post is right on! Thanks for you including all these excellent examples for inspiration, too.

    BTW, I’m taking a course on Social Media this summer from Syracuse University. I’ll post a link to your blog on the class site.

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  • http://www.TheFranchiseKingBlog.com Joel Libava

    Jeff,

    I’ve only recently found out about you. Great blog. Great posts, too.

    Please keep the hits coming. I’m learning a lot!

    The Franchise King®

  • http://lifebytesrealstories.wordpress.com Sharon

    Thanks for a really informative post Jeff. Most articles I’ve seen on blogging seem to either concentrate on one or two points or they’re scattered and un-focused. Your piece is thorough and right to the point. My writing partner and I are concentrating on #19 and #22 Doing well with #s 1,2, 5, and 6 and now we have excellence in many other #’s to strive for!

  • http://www.mypurplebutterfly.net PurpleB

    I like this one 9. Be controversial or thought provoking

    I did that yesterday and I had one comment about it which I believe lit a fire. Good to know, however, I do not imply I am an expert on any field, I base my writing on my own experience and that in itself is enough for me. I loved your blog post it was very informative.

  • http://www.PhoenixRealEstatebyTiffany.com Tiffany Herrmann

    Great insight Jeff! Finally we have reached an era where authenticity counts & enhances ones personal brand! Nice work~
    Tiffany :)

  • http://lara-garuba.blogspot.com lara

    I am new to blogging,and I have been looking for tips and guide
    On how to be the best. This is really detailed and insightful.
    I recommend this to others to adopt.

  • http://www.jeffpinkham.com Jeff Pinkham

    Thanks I enjoyed the video and the introduction to seth godin

  • http://www.eltalearning.com Jignesh

    Do presentation and public speaking is one of my favorite way to get attention about your blog and expertise. Last time when i give my presentation on Effective blogging & adsense integration…i really learned the real effect of public speaking..that not only boost your traffic but also your personal branding.

  • http://fastandstrong.wordpress.com Tim

    Great article. I especially agree with your point about helping other bloggers out online. What many people don’t understand is that the online relationships are much like offline relationships. People want you to be honest, upfront, and willing to have their back should they need help. Get in good with other bloggers, help them succeed, and you’ll see your own blog taking flight.

    Cheers,
    Tim

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    Searching for clients are on of the topmost needed by a company. Success of their business is in the number of clients. Some would prefer to create blogs in order to attract more costumers. Many blog sites are now offering services to those who want to avail.

  • http://explorewhatsnext.com/ Dr Aletta

    23. To do all of the above develop a thick skin and be selfish with your time.

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  • forlan

    I like to analysis a news or blog post. That make sour blog post different with other blog post

  • http://pajamaproductivity.com Annie Sisk

    Great roundup, Jeff. I like the idea of ebooks or email courses (preferably, as Derek Halpern suggests, because they keep subscribers hanging around long enough to fall in love with your content) too. You can go into deeper detail, perfect the content without the added pressure to “get it on the blog tomorrow” that sometimes creeps up. 

  • http://pajamaproductivity.com Annie Sisk

    Great roundup, Jeff. I like the idea of ebooks or email courses (preferably, as Derek Halpern suggests, because they keep subscribers hanging around long enough to fall in love with your content) too. You can go into deeper detail, perfect the content without the added pressure to “get it on the blog tomorrow” that sometimes creeps up. 

  • http://AuthorityPublishing.com Stephanie Chandler

    Great examples here. With so much content online now, I think it’s most important that a blog writer is in touch with his/her target audience. If your content doesn’t appeal to their wants and needs, it won’t matter how often you write or what you do. Always write for your audience!

  • http://motherwouldknow.com/ Laura @MotherWouldKnow

    Excellent list. I find the items about connecting to other bloggers more true every day. And as the famous New Yorker cartoon said – “In the internet, no one knows I’m a dog” It doesn’t matter what your age, gender, religion, etc – online the connections are more easily about shared experiences, needs, values – rather than the superficial stuff. 

  • Rahul

    Thank you Jeff for your insightful comments, this does require dedication but once you get the ball rolling consistency and regularity are important as you pointed out to keep your readers engaged

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  • http://twitter.com/liordegani Lior Degani

    Great article! Especially agree on Having an opinion. Reading too many neutral posts, with no opinion expressed. Trying to express my opinion as much as possible!

  • http://twitter.com/liordegani Lior Degani

    Great article! Especially agree on Having an opinion. Reading too many neutral posts, with no opinion expressed. Trying to express my opinion as much as possible!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/malikasecrets Malika Bourne

    #22 was the most challenging for me. do you have a post on how to get public speaking engagments? thank you Malika

  • http://twitter.com/Carol_Stephen Carol Stephen

    Wish I’d found this a long time ago, but the content is timeless. Thank you for all the excellent ideas!

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  • irkitated

    Good info and was definitely an interesting read. I have been blogging on my personal blog for a year but it is difficult to market because im not selling a product or providing advice… I am writing humour and opinion columns. It is definitely a challenge to market this as compared to some of the other business blogs i’ve worked on. I am hoping that by having quality content and a good following on social media I can continue to grow.

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    Nice Post,,,blogging is a important point to showcase our ability to where we are stand in online because today online marketing industry be long’s to creativity and uniqueness