An important part of email marketing is getting permission to send marketing emails to someone before you hit the send key. That means, you need a way to get people to opt-in to receive your marketing emails. Whether you send a newsletter or promotional offer, you still need people to opt-in before you can send information that might be deemed solicitous via email. You also need to provide an easy way for them to opt-out of receiving emails from you later. [Read more…] about 5 Ways to Gather Email Addresses from Your Business Blog
I often write about cool websites built on WordPress.org that you’d never know are built on a blogging application in the BusinessLogs WordPress for Business Websites series. [Read more…] about 10 Businesses and Brands Using WordPress That Might Surprise You
All images, pictures, drawings, and so on are owned by the person who originally created them and are protected under copyright laws in the United States.
[Read more…] about How to Find Free Images to Use on Your Blog without Breaking Copyright Laws
Last month, I put out a call for business submissions asking people who use WordPress or another blogging application for their company websites (not just business blogs) to submit their URLs for a new series here on BusinessLogs that showcases businesses using blogging applications in cool ways. [Read more…] about WordPress for Business Websites – Le Tutor
Building incoming links to your business blog is one of the most important initiatives you can pursue in order to grow your blog. Not only do incoming links add to the compounding effect of blogging, but they also help boost your search engine rankings. However, before you go out and try to get mountains of incoming links to your business blog, you need to understand the differences between link building and link baiting. [Read more…] about How to Build a Successful Marriage of Link Building and Link Baiting