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Frequently asked Questions about Content Management Systems (CMS)

What is a CMS? A CMS (Content Management System) is a software application that is used to create and manage digital content — your website (WCM) or enterprise content management (ECM). What CMS is best? For websites and blogs, 66% of the world uses WordPress. What CMS does a website use? CMSdetect.com Is there a … Continue reading “Frequently asked Questions about Content Management Systems (CMS)”


My 11 Favourite Quotes About Relevance

“A brand is worthless if it doesn’t connect with the right audiences in a relevant way.” ~Unknown “The size of your audience matters, but only if you are building a relevant audience.” ~Ian Cleary “Speak to your audience in their language about what’s in their heart.” ~Jonathan Lister “Create relevance, not awareness.” ~Steve Jobs “The … Continue reading “My 11 Favourite Quotes About Relevance”

12 Things to do after Blogging

3 Stellar Infographics for Content Marketing

Content marketing is about getting your message out to your target audience. Our 3 fave infographics explain 1) what content marketing is all about, 2) what type of content can win you success, and 3) a post-blogging checklist that helps syndicate your content and streamline your marketing process. The Keys to Content Creation   21 … Continue reading “3 Stellar Infographics for Content Marketing”

7 Steps for Writing Successfully on YouTube (yes, I said YouTube)

Huh? Isn’t YouTube a video site? Indeed it is, BUT YouTube is also the second largest search engine in the world, and it’s the writing that will boost your content to the top of search results. In today’s media-loving world, video posts are no longer an option. Whether you’re posting how-tos, product demos, testimonials or interest … Continue reading “7 Steps for Writing Successfully on YouTube (yes, I said YouTube)”

Keeping it Short and Sweet – How to Keep your Blog Followers Engaged

Short Words You’re aiming for engagement and accessibility. Don’t daunt your readers with convoluted, overly acadmic language. Keep it personal and low-key. And avoid dense jargon – your readers will skip unfamiliar words.  Short Sentences Long, chunky sentences frustrate the hasty web reader. For instance, what reads better? “We have just published a new blog … Continue reading “Keeping it Short and Sweet – How to Keep your Blog Followers Engaged”