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Too Much Content Is Not Your Problem

It’s pretty common nowadays to hear people discussing (or, more often, lamenting) the ‘content deluge’ of today’s web. We have too many choices, too much content to consume and we’re feeling guilty about not keeping up. Content is coming at us from every angle and we’re drowning. But are we? Really? Let me posit an...


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Want to write for Attendly? Join our authorship program!

As we get ready for launch in the next few weeks, we realize that we need to beef up our content team. While we pump out a lot of awesome content, we can’t do it all ourselves. We need help. Maybe that is where you come in? We are hiring part-time/freelance writers for our authors...



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Choose the perfect topic for your web development blog to get all the readers

As a web developer you probably read loads of blog posts each day. From life hacks and productivity tips to tech news and opinions — there are so many topics to focus on within the tech space. If you’re having trouble finding the right direction for your own blog, here are some ideas to get...


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Write a better events blog with these tips for superb online content

Blogging about your events can help you to connect with your audience in a whole new way, but it’s not as simple as it might seem. Writing for the web is a whole different game to writing for print in many ways. Keep these tips in mind when writing an events blog to ensure you...


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5 ways any developer can source content for a client’s website

Offering additional services (such as sourcing content) to your web design clients can be beneficial to your cash flow, as well as saving time for your clients. Here are five ways to source content for your client’s site. Image credit 1. Outsource Hiring a contractor through a freelancing site like Odesk or Freelancer.com means you...


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What attendees want to see on your events blog

If you’re an event planner, you’ve probably thought about running an events blog. An industry-related blog gives you a platform to communicate with attendees and other industry professionals, as well as an extra way to promote your events. Image credit Of course, there’s no hard-and-fast rule, but here are some guidelines about the kind of...


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6 social media sites for awesome event related content discovery

Finding content for your event blog, newsletter, website or social media accounts is not always easy. Luckily, social media helps us to uncover new, interesting and popular content from our friends, colleagues and people we don’t even know. If you’re looking for some help on how to uncover the best content using social media, thes...


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Email marketing: mobile is where it’s at. This is what you should know.

Pretty much everyone knows that mobile devices throw a spanner in the works for any kind of online content. Email newsletters are no different. Not only do you need to consider the limitations of mobile devices when you think about design and formatting, but also the user experience in general. People are likely to interact...


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How any startup founder can make time for content marketing

It sounds ridiculous to expect a startup founder to make time for content marketing, I know. As if you don’t have enough on your plate, right? But you really are the perfect person to get your content marketing strategy up-and-running. You know your product inside out, you know your customers and what they need, and...