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BlogMutt Customer Spotlight: Dove Way, Maine (Part 2)

By Kali Bizzul / June 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

We return for this BlogMutt customer spotlight to our favorite vacation rental in the Norway, Maine area, Dove Way.

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What We Learned from Hundreds of Blog Post Headlines

By Molly Krumholz / June 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

Last fall, I wrote a post about how to use CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer to write great blog post headlines. That got me to thinking: we’ve sold thousands of blog posts; maybe we can use this tool to learn more about our product and our customers. But, seriously: Thanks to CoSchedule and their free online tool, we…

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Freelance Writer Spotlight: From Passionate to Professional with Writer Paul Davis

By Molly Krumholz / June 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

For June’s Verblio (formerly BlogMutt) Freelance Writer Spotlight, we’re excited to feature Paul Davis, a professional freelance writer who began his career by writing for Verblio.

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How To Come Up With Business Blog Topics To Actually Accomplish Marketing Goals

By Casey Cline / June 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

There is so much to keep track of when blogging for your small business (or for your clients if you’re an agency) that it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. While you’re setting up an editorial calendar, performing keyword research, and posting engaging and useful content, don’t overlook perhaps the most important task…

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How To Start A Blog Challenge Series: The 12-Month Blogging Checklist

By Kali Bizzul / June 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

“Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection.” -Mark Twain You’ve made it here, which means you’re a business looking to expand your digital footprint, educate your audience or customers, and get your website cranking as a lead generation machine.

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Why I’d Rather Be Peet’s Coffee Than Starbucks

By Steve Pockross / May 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

My college roommate was obsessed with Peet’s coffee. It was 1990 and his parents would mail him coffee from Berkeley to our university in Connecticut every two weeks. This was before the coffee renaissance in the U.S., and I thought this was just another one of his quirks – like listening to the same five…

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