Brain Zap: Minutes to blog success, non-profit content, getting heard, and social media monitoring

by Kate Brodock on 2 August 2010

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It’s Monday.  You want to get off to a motivating start.  Here are a few things that popped into my RSS to get your juices flowing and hopefully jump start some action….

How to Create a Successful Business Blog in Minutes (HubSpotFact: it is obscenely easy to set up a business blog today and begin driving new, qualified traffic to your site soon.  An explanation of just how dead simple it is to set up a blog for your business.

10 Blog Content Ideas for Non-Profits (Nonprofit Tech) Many nonprofits don’t consider blogging either because they think they need to blog everyday and that it would be too time consuming, or they have no idea what to blog about. Well… you don’t need to blog everyday (once a week minimum), and here are 10 blog content ideas to help get your creative writing impulses inspired.

What You Do When They Don’t Write About Your Story (Conversation Agent) Developing relationships takes time, and those of you who have worked in companies know that often there is precious little of it to plan as you’d like.  A few words of advice from a blogger.

10 Steps for Effective Social Media Monitoring (Mashable) Taking the first step to actually start monitoring can be daunting. And then what? How do you act on what you find when listening? How do you engage? To ensure that you are successful in your monitoring and measurement efforts, here are some definitive steps you should follow.

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