Just read the comments on the “Gory Details” to see why.
In the meantime, here’s what caught my attention this week.
Google completely changed the look of their signature social service – Google+. Although the jury is out on Google+, I am intrigued with how to use it for business. This Social Media Examiner offers 8 solid tips for whipping your Google+ page into shape.
How can you ignore a headline like that! Normally these type of posts are long on hype and short on real advice. SocialMouths delivers the “real goods”. I immediately began analyzing Pushing Social using the solid email marketing advice offered by Francisco. You should too…
This post has nothing to do with social media, blogging, or content marketing. It’s about how to think. It’s valuable for that reason alone. These are the types of posts and videos I read to stretch my creativity muscles and get inspired. Take a look.
If you want to know the secret to growing a blog to Copyblogger status then observe that headline…. The 7 Bad Habits of Insanely Productive People. It’s a work of art that ambushes your eyeballs and hijack your attention. Oh, and by the way it’s an insanely great post. Check it out.
This post has some incredibly in-depth and rock-solid email subscriber advice. But it’s on my list this week because it reinforces the need to produce incredibly useful content. Neil Patel always delivers information worth reading and sharing. Steal his methods if you know what’s good for you 😉
On Pushing Social This Week:
Another installment for Small Business Blogging Thursdays. This week, we turned our attention to building blogs focused on local readers.
Are you wrestling with a blogging or business challenge? Try the 5 Whys. They can help you diagnose and find the best way to overcome your challenge.
This post has gone viral. It chronicles my horrific run-in with a blog hacker. See how I restored Pushing Social and learned some valuable lessons in the process.
Inspiration is a blogger’s most valuable resource. Here are five ways to keep your inspiration well full.
PS Readers Spotlight:
Every week I highlight a PS Reader who has asked me to review their blog. This is a shout out to them and a gentle nudge for you to check them out.
This week the spotlight is on: Bronwyn Clee at Inspiring Change . I love how Bronwyn uses her blog to give her potential clients a peek at the person behind the coach.