From Copyblogger: Sometimes you’re just flat out of ideas. It’s not a matter of talent — you’ve written great stuff in the past. But lately, when you go back to the well for a fresh idea, it’s coming up dry. This happens to the best of us — even veterans who consistently produce quality content have their off days. Yet they continue to write.
From Dianna Huff at Content Marketing Institute: You can find dozens of really good applications, books, and blogs on how to simplify your work, become more productive, and manage your time. Much of this advice is good, but it doesn’t cover how to manage the deluge of “tasks” that come along with social media and creating content: e.g. responding to invite requests, direct messages, answering blog comments, publicizing content, reading blogs, following people, monitoring online reviews, etc.
On March 29, HubSpot’s biggest webinar, the Science of Timing, shook up the Twittershpere and provoked curious discussions among marketers. With nearly 25,000 registrants, the webinar enjoyed hundreds of great questions. Here are the top 5 that stood out.
From Dan Zarrella at HubSpot: During this one-hour, complimentary webinar, you will learn:
* The best (and worst) times to get retweets
* The best (and worst) times to post to Facebook
* The best (and worst) times to send email
* The best (and worst) times to publish blog posts
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From Chris Brogan
The decision about whether or not to allow comments on you blog is easily one of the most important decisions that any new blogger will be face.