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Introducing the Copyblogger Guide to the Best Social Media Tools

Why do you use social media? It’s not a rhetorical question. I really want you to answer. In the comments…

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Search Engine Land’s Community Corner: Introducing the “Ask the #SMXpert” series

A new Q&A series launches this week featuring answers to your questions from our community of SMX speakers and contributors.

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Introducing the Search Engine Land Community Corner

New feature to highlight the search marketing community launches today with this week’s group of SEOs honored by their colleagues at Search Engine Roundtable.

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Introducing My New Project: ChangeManifesto.com

In 2009 I registered a domain name, ChangeManifesto.com. My plan was to use this new domain and brand, to explore my favorite subject — how to make proactive positive change. In particular, I wanted to explore how to change the big sticking points in life, those challenges that you work…

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Introducing the New StudioPress Blog

Where in the world has Brian Gardner been?

Well, it’s been a while since you’ve seen my byline around here at Copyblogger, but that’s for a few good reasons — I’ve had my head down and been working hard over at StudioPress (specifically, the all-new StudioPress Sites you’ve been hearing about).

If you’re interested in checking it out, you’ll see that the StudioPress site looks quite different from how it has in the recent past, and that’s because we’ve been making the experience over there the best we possibly can for our customers.

That, and we’ve been building the next generation of StudioPress. :-)

Here’s what we’ve been up to …

Introducing the brand-new, shiny StudioPress blog

A few weeks ago, we launched a new blog at StudioPress!

If you take a look at the address bar, you’ll see we’re using the .blog extension. You might be wondering why we chose to go that route, rather than just continue the blog on the main StudioPress.com site.

Our friends over at Automattic started serving up .blog domains late last year, and we jumped at the opportunity to secure this domain, along with a few other branded domains that made sense for our company.

I personally thought it would be a fun way to try something new but still keep a cohesive look between our main site and the blog. We are considering this an experiment.

On the StudioPress blog we’ll be publishing fresh content, including what’s new at StudioPress, announcements about theme releases, expert advice from our friends in the community, episodes of StudioPress FM, and replays of StudioPress Live — more on that in a bit.

Head over to the Official StudioPress Blog — the premier publishing resource for designers, developers, and bloggers.

Check, check, is this thing on?

Speaking of experiments, one thing I’m really excited about is our new initiative called StudioPress Live. Each week, I’m answering your questions live on our Facebook page.

Whether you’re a designer, developer, blogger, or some kind of in-between hybrid, this is the perfect opportunity to get your questions answered … find out what’s new at StudioPress, talk digital business, keep up with the Genesis community, and geek out on all things WordPress. ”</p

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Introducing Services Arbitrage: The Perfect New Business For Non-Experts Looking For A Laptop Lifestyle Income Stream

2017 marks the 10-year anniversary of a big event in my life – the day I sold my editing company for six figures. For seven years, from 2001 to 2007, BetterEdit.com was my main project. It was also the first true Laptop Lifestyle online business I created, providing a full-time…

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Introducing BlogSetupServices.com – We Will Set Up Your Blog For You!

Over the last ten years teaching people how to make money blogging by far the number one reason that stops beginners from getting anywhere is this… They fail to set up their blog. I know, it sounds crazy, but more often than I can remember, when I ask someone why…

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Introducing The Digital CMO: Corporate Marketing for Those Who Live in the Future

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It was somewhere in the middle of a conversation with Brian Clark at one of Content Marketing World’s parties when it all became clear to me:

While Rainmaker.FM has tremendous educational and inspirational assets for entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and most general marketers, there’s no podcast that caters to the corporate marketer.

That’s not just true on Rainmaker.FM. In general, there isn’t a lot of blogging and podcasting in the corporate marketing space — whether that’s because of a gag order from the legal department or the time it takes to wrangle multiple agencies and channels.

But corporate marketers need help too.

Corporate content marketing strategies that work

In my day job, I run Speakeasy, a content marketing, social media, and promotions agency. Every day I talk with corporate marketers whose challenges and opportunities multiply with every new technique and channel available to them.

Whether it’s programmatic advertising; synthesizing content, SEO, and conversion; attribution modeling; or just getting all seven of their specialist agencies marching in the same general direction — today’s corporate marketer needs a lot of information and doesn’t necessarily have time to seek it out or consume it.

The corner office, or even the cube with a little window, can be a lonely place.

Engage with top corporate marketers

thedigitalcmoOn The Digital CMO we’re going to make it a little less lonely by helping you engage with top corporate marketers in a wide variety of B2C and B2B companies.

We’ll celebrate their wins, learn from their struggles, and learn the strategies that are working today.

Each week, we’ll start with a lightning-round review of hot news and topics in brand marketing for the week. Then we’ll settle in for a candid chat with our featured guest, who will be a senior-level corporate marketer.

We’ll be frank, informative, and challenging.

Get your ticket to the boardroom

Whether you’re a CMO or an executive-in-training, you won’t want to miss a single episode of The Digital CMO.

Subscribe to The Digital CMO on iTunes now

P.S. Want to nominate someone to appear as a guest on the show (even if that’s you)? Click here.

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Introducing PR is Dead: Your Guide to the Ever-Evolving World of Digital Public Relations

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In today’s fractured and ever-changing media landscape, doing PR the old way isn’t going to cut it.

PR is Dead will explore techniques and ideas for integrating new ideas with appropriate stand-bys to get the most from your public relations program.

In this 13-minute episode of PR is dead, host Doyle Albee discusses both why he thinks PR is dead (it isn’t, but traditional programs are) and talks about making yourself an expert in modern media. You’ll discover:

  • PR does not mean “press release”
  • That reporters, editors, and bloggers need experts … why not you?
  • Story ideas that actually work
  • How to comment on the news and get your name out there!

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Rainmaker.FM is the premier digital commerce and content marketing podcast network. Get on-demand digital business and marketing advice from experts, whenever and wherever you want it.

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Introducing Rainmaker.FM: The Digital Marketing Podcast Network

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Yep, we’ve launched a digital marketing podcast network. Someone was bound to do it, but you may be surprised that it’s us. Truth is, this is something I’ve personally wanted to do for a long time … and the time is right.

Copyblogger came to prominence by teaching people how to write engaging content and copy, and that won’t change. But we’d be silly to ignore the surge in podcasting. In many ways, audio makes more sense for more people than text.

Audio is the perfect format for accessing the intelligence and advice you need to succeed. It goes with you wherever you are, and you can access it whenever you need it.

And you benefit from it at times when you can’t be staring at a screen. Whether driving, working out, or on in the background as you work, audio works harder for you than text or video.

Rainmaker.FM brings you the best tips, tactics, stories and strategies that provide acceleration for your business. Each day delivers eye-opening advice on some vital aspect of the ever-evolving digital marketing landscape.

The network is powered by many of the subject matter experts from inside our company (and a few good friends who know their stuff). We’ve launched with ten distinct shows, each covering different aspects of digital marketing.

Check out our first batch (in alphabetical order):

Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer

Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer

Sonia Simone delivers advice, encouragement, and the occasional rant from outside the drone of the marketing mainstream. Join her for a regular mix of monologues, interviews, and answers to your content marketing questions.

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Editor-in-Chief

Editor-in-Chief

Stefanie Flaxman delivers the slow and steady tips that will actually help you become a better writer. If you want to reach your audience, they first need to understand your message. This show delivers the art of writing, updated for the digital age.

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Hack the Entrepreneur

Hack the Entrepreneur

Hack The Entrepreneur host Jon Nastor reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name entrepreneurs and those on the path to success. Whichever tactics and strategies you’re looking for, Hack the Entrepreneur can and will help you get your business going and growing.

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Hit Publish

Hit Publish

Hit Publish shares winning tips and techniques for the beginning to intermediate-level online marketer. If you want to succeed as a digital marketer, but don’t yet know enough to put all the pieces together, Pamela Wilson has your back.

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The Lede

The Lede is a weekly, short-form broadcast hosted by Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth. Each week, they answer your questions about copywriting, content marketing, email marketing, conversion optimization, mindset, and much more.

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The Mainframe

Hosted by Chris Garrett and Tony Clark, this geeky but accessible show gives you what you need to know about online marketing that works, and the new media technology it takes to deliver it. Overwhelmed by the idea of running an online business? Listen in …

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New Rainmaker

New Rainmaker

New Rainmaker provides the knowledge you need to build your own digital platform for marketing and sales. Listen in every week with Brian Clark, Robert Bruce, and very special guests, and start building the foundation of your own online empire today.

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No Sidebar

No Sidebar

Brian Gardner, along with very special guests, helps you identify the things that stand in the way of building your business, online or off. Learn how to eliminate the unnecessary, increase conversion, design a better business, and build a more beautiful web.

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Rough Draft

Rough Draft

Demian Farnworth delivers the essential writing advice you need to succeed online, in about four minutes a day, four days a week. If you’re a pure writer, and you wonder how you’ll be able to build your own online platform that actually gets seen, this show is your shortcut.

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Search and Deploy

Search and Deploy

Hosted by Loren Baker, Founder of Foundation Digital and Search Engine Journal, Search and Deploy delivers the latest insight on SEO, and how to deploy that knowledge in the real world. Get what you need to know about search, and get going.

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Rainmaker.FM Master Feed

Rainmaker.FM is an on-demand audio network delivering the latest insights on content marketing, SEO, conversion, design, mobile, social media, and digital entrepreneurism. If you want every show from the network delivered, you’re in the right place.

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We’re just getting started. We’ll have more great new shows coming online over the next weeks and months, so stay tuned.

And, in case you’re wondering … Rainmaker.FM is powered 100% by our own Rainmaker Platform. So, as you look around, understand that the site is also a demonstration of what the platform can do. If you like what you see, take it on a free 14-day spin for yourself.

Thanks for listening. And thanks for spreading the word.

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Brian Clark

Brian Clark is founder and CEO of Copyblogger, producer of the Rainmaker.FM podcast network, and evangelist for the Rainmaker Platform. Get more from Brian on Twitter.

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