Blog Images Are The New Black. See How I Put This To The Test In This Post

Blogging isn’t just about publishing content, it’s about getting that content seen and shared across the great expanse of the Internet. When you think about it, publishing is really just the tool by which you gather potential clients and audiences so that they can either hear what you have to say, or buy what you have to sell. So what do blog images have to do with it? A lot, it turns out!

Did you know that Pinterest will generate 4 times more money per click than Twitter, and 27% more than Facebook? People really love to see interesting, compelling images – the numbers don’t lie. Simply creating a blog image that includes a price or some kind of call to action can increase your blog engagement by up to 44%!

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What Are Your Favourite Saint John Websites?

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One thing I love about what I do daily is I get to surf the web and visit websites that I enjoy…every day.

As we all know, the great thing about the web is we can find websites that help/entertain us and they can be from anywhere in the world.  

Which is awesome!

However, one of the things that I’ve been wanting to do is give a shout-out to some of my favorite Saint John websites.

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Why Bodyrock.tv’s Blog Rocks!

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We will get to this photo later, but first…

How do I make my blog a success?

I often get asked this question when I speak with people about blogging and today I saw a post on Google+ by Darren Rowse, blogging pioneer from Problogger, where he shared an email he received from an individual asking what his ‘methods’ were for building an online business.  The last couple of weeks I had been wanting to share with you a blog that I think is a huge success and a perfect model for us to follow if we want our blog to be successful.  That blog is Bodyrock.tv.

So, using Darren Rowse’s advice, we are going to breakdown why I think Bodyrock.tv is a huge success.  

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