Content Submission & Distribution: Build Your Reputation, Increase Links & Sales

If you’re creating content for your online business, one of the easiest ways to increase the benefits of that content is to distribute that content to others. Yes, you certainly should create plenty of original content for your own website and newsletter, but there are plenty of benefits to reaching new audiences outside of your own web space.

Some of these benefits include:

* Incoming links to your website.
* Boosted reputation as an expert in your field.
* The ability to reach readers you wouldn’t have otherwise been able to.
* Building your own mailing list and customer list through interest in your content.

There are many ways to distribute content including:

* Submitting guest blog posts to other blogs.
* Submitting to article directories like
* Setting up pages on sites like Squidoo, HubPages, etc.

A good rule of thumb is not to keep all your good content to yourself. Share select content freely with other blogs and website for increased exposure and incoming links to your site. The resources below will help you make the most of your content distribution.

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May 21, 2013 Hangout: Content Clean Up

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May 21st HangoutThis week we talked about “cleaning up your content.” After publishing in a niche for a while, content get unruly. We’ve created all this awesome stuff and we want to make sure our readers see our best work. Add to that, a lot of content can get outdated and it can be difficult to manage it all.

I was joined by Wanda Baader and Samantha Pointer…thank you ladies!

Watch or listen to find out the 3 important things to keep in mind when it comes to managing our content. Plus, get tips to ensure you maximize the content you do have, keep it up to date and most of all, ensure you showcase your best stuff. You can find the recording on Google+. Transcripts have also been added. Details below.

May 21 Hangout

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Promote the Heck out of Your Content

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How to promote your content onlineThis week, we promised to talk to you about getting more eyeballs on your content and how to promote your content online After all, it’s the reason you publish content, right? You want people to read it, of course. The problem is content doesn’t get read all on its own and you have to do the work necessary to ensure your content gets out there.

Here’s a little checklist you can keep handy to use each and every time you publish a piece of content. You want to make it go as FAR as possible, so in many cases, you might repeat some of these steps for certain pieces of content. [Read more...]

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What a Single Article Can do for You

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How to Distribute Articles Online

Many clients who come to us to write for them, come with just one purpose in mind for their article. They plan to publish it on their blog or send it to their mailing list, but the fact is, one single article can serve a variety of functions to help you increase your exposure and grow your business. When you write a piece of content or have it written for you, it’s worth taking the time to have a plan to use it in as many advantageous ways as possible.

Here are just 5 ways how to distribute an article online…and hopefully, they will inspire even more ideas. An article can and should be used over and over again. [Read more...]

Responsive Web Design: Blogging for iPhone, Android, iPad, PS3, X-Box and More

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Designing for mobile is notoriously difficult. When mobile devices and mobile versions of websites first came out, it was enough to just have a “mobile website.”

You’d see them all over the place. The or websites. Today however, just having one mobile website isn’t good enough.

There are literally dozens upon dozens of different devices out there. From the new Galaxy S3 to the old iPhone 3G to the newest model of the iPad to whatever weird new pocket device comes out next month.

Simply having one “mobile site” for all of them isn’t good enough. What’s the answer? [Read more...]

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