I created my first website in 1996 using Macromedia Cyberstudio (which was bought by Adobe
On yesterday’s podcast we talked about writer’s block and ways to overcome it; today it’s all about digging for content in all the right places and digging a little deeper.
When you’re in need of content and have that next blog post to prepare for, what is your go-to content resource?
Rachel Truair, Chief of Staff at PetRelocation, a consumer services company that helps people move their pets wrote a dandy article that was recently published over at Jay Baer’s Convince and Convert. The title? ‘How to Dig Deep for Richer Content’.
As Rachel points out in her article, so much of the best content for consumers is beneath the surface or the Marketing Iceberg.
Then some of the best content you can create could be right there in front of you. Find out where as you read today’s featured article and listen to Rachel Truair on this episode of your ‘A Slice A Day’ podcast.
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