Everyone can have happy and successful careers as content creators, if they adopt positive working habits. According to Pearson, the right habits can be the difference between successfully achieving goals and having work-life balance, or struggling to simply meet expectations. While procrastination is among the worst things you can do on a daily basis, especially when you’re striving to meet deadlines, small changes in other areas can yield remarkable results.
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SEO as we know it is actually gone forever. The most recent Hummingbird update to Google’s search algorithm was a final nail in the coffin of an industry that had been in decline since the major Panda update in 2011 that affected as many as 30% of all search results. Are you dubious, or worried that our position is extreme?
Waste not, want not. In some ways, the age-old saying could be one of the mottos of the Agile methodology. For many small businesses, waste can be the death of an otherwise healthy content marketing strategy. If you’re already struggling to produce blogs, eBooks, whitepapers, and social media posts, the thought of increasing volume can be downright unappealing. The secret to boosting your volume – without losing sight of quality – is probably just content reuse. It’s definitely the agile thing to do.