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Why Your Blog Is Failing

By Corey Wainwright / June 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Why Your Blog Is Failing

Once in a while I’ll hear from someone who’s sold on the value of business blogging, starts doing it, and then doesn’t see any results. This isn’t because they’re looking for overnight results — they’ve probably waited 3-6 months, but they still aren’t seeing a meaningful quantity of traffic and leads come through. Here are […]

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Take Your Audience Development Inbound

By Corey Beale / June 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Take Your Audience Development Inbound

It’s getting harder—much harder—for media companies to acquire engaged audiences. There are two major reasons behind this trend: there’s a lot of content floating around the internet, and readers’ attention spans are spread thin as a result. Not to mention, audiences will often find content through feed-style engines on Facebook and Twitter or through search […]

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THE LATEST BLOGGING TRENDS: HOW TO CREATE A STRONG 2019 STRATEGY

By Paul Zalewski / March 9, 2019 / 1 Comment

This blog post was originally published on January 9, 2018, and has been updated to reflect current statistics, trends, and information for 2019. At Verblio, we’re fortunate enough to help thousands of businesses and the agencies that serve them create content of all types to power their content marketing, SEO, and inbound marketing. And because […]

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Verblio Customer Spotlight: Wild West Pool Supplies

By Kali Greff / January 23, 2019 / Comments Off on Verblio Customer Spotlight: Wild West Pool Supplies

The best content for your business isn’t always what you expect it to be. You probably know that good content is useful for just about every industry, and is a well-documented way for e-commerce businesses to generate more revenue. But sometimes, brands need time to figure out what works best for them. That means you […]

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How to Write an Outline to Get Exactly the Content You Need

By Verblio / December 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

In part one of this post, a Verblio (formerly BlogMutt) writer shared some general best practices for collaborating with ghostwriters to make sure they have what they need to make you happy. In this installment, we get into more detail and share how to write a blog outline to effectively communicate your ideas. As much as […]

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Creating Effective, Compliant Web Content For Legal Professionals

By Verblio / November 15, 2018 / Comments Off on Creating Effective, Compliant Web Content For Legal Professionals

About the author: Tyler T. writes extensively on legal topics in the United States, with an emphasis on business development, content marketing, and compliance for attorneys and law firms. A member of the Montana State Bar, Tyler previously managed a small firm focusing on family law, estate planning, business, and tax. At Verblio, Tyler is […]

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