How to Handle a Negative “Troll” on Your Blog

Given enough time, almost every blog will attract trolls, whose only purpose in life seems to be picking fights with anyone and everyone. How do you handle this, especially when a troll threatens the image of your business? Here is what you should do.

You’re Blogging It Wrong: 5 Common Content Mistakes

We have all heard about how to use the right keywords and how to keep an editorial calendar enough times to know the blogging basics, but that's not all that goes into it. And as a result, many bloggers are making easily avoided mistakes on a daily basis.

4 Tips to Create an About Us Page That Converts

According to Moz, the About Us page is one of the most frequented on any website. It gives your business a chance to break...

2014 Email Performance by Industry

Curious about how your 2014 email marketing performance compares to others in your industry? Our new infographic highlights key email metrics across industries, providing a baseline for open, click-through and unsubscribe rates.

5 Quick Tips for Using Instagram for Marketing

It's undeniable that Instagram is one of the most widely used social media channels in the world. So, we're here to help you learn a bit more about using Instagram for marketing, and hopefully with these five quick tips you'll be able to start leveraging to photo sharing app in no time!

mxHero, “App Store for Your Email,” Raises $1.25M Seed Round

Leading business email innovator, mxHero has raised $1.25 million in seed financing from White Star Capital. Launched in 2012, mxHero is revolutionizing email for SMBs by making a lot of advance features available for Google Apps marketplace and other leading email platforms.

10 Simple Tips to Double Your LinkedIn Connections

Sometimes the simplest tactics are forgotten that can make a big difference over time. With the majority of users having less than 500 connections these tips will provide the guidelines to take it beyond the 1,000 barrier.

Why Your Business Blog Should Be a Group Effort

A certain amount of care must be invested into making the blog a success, or it will stagnate and eventually die off. Oftentimes the blogging effort becomes halfhearted, especially if the position responsible for blogging has a high turnover rate—for example, social media interns typically only stay on board for a semester at a time—or if the person in charge of blogging burns out.

Does Your Small Business Have a Website? More Than 50% Don’t!

Today, we’re going to take a look at how (and why) your small business needs to get a website up ASAP. ASAP, in this...

How to Get a New Website into Google and in Front of Your Customers

For many businesses, a website may be the first and only outlet for new sales and customers. The power of the internet allows you...

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