Medium

  • Is WordPress Still the Best?

    … I am a huge fan of WordPress. I’ve run my business on it for a decade, recommended it to thousands and feel eternally grateful for what it’s allowed me to do. But is it still the best option? As you might have noticed, the blogging scene has changed a lot in the last five years. There’s free platforms like Tumblr and Medium that are now…

    Blog Tyrantin Social Blogging- 24 readers -
  • WordPress Vs. Medium: Which One Should Bloggers Use?

    … Quickly stated, WordPress is like the Ford of the blogging world. It’s tried and true. It was there from the beginning. It’s worked for millions of websites and will continue to work for millions more. If WordPress is the Ford of the CMS world, then Medium is kind of like the Tesla. Medium stormed onto the scene back in August of 2012…

    Basic Blog Tipsin Blogging- 25 readers -
  • 7 Companies That Should Buy Medium, Because Why Not?

    … It’s time to panic about another social network. Last week, Medium CEO Ev Williams announced that the company was laying off 50 staffers, closing its offices in New York and Washington DC, and ceasing it’s ad-sales operation. In Williams’s estimation, the company’s Outbrain-esque ad structure to push advertorials on people contributed…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Social- 32 readers -
  • Medium’s dark power

    … By Kiki Schirr, {grow} Contributing Columnist Medium can seem like the Dark Side to a marketing Padawan. Its dominance calls to us — but we’ve been warned by our elders that owned media is the only true road to power. Most marketing blogs will have an article about how to use Medium as a marketer. Very few of these articles go into depth…

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  • Nurturing Your Audience in a Social World

    … they have seen the value of your content, subscribers are more willing to pay than someone that just read your article from a shared Facebook post. There are a number of ways that publishers can capture email addresses and use the channel to nurture audience relationships in a social world. You can add an email signup tool to your Facebook page. NBC did…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 20 readers -
  • 10 Great Blogging Platforms Not Named WordPress

    … this setup is not ideal for monetization, it is perfect for hobbyists and would-be site owners who wish to own an online portfolio. 1. Tumblr Tumblr’s greatest strength is the community aspect. Within the platform, other bloggers can see and share your content. It also has features like HTML/CSS customization, social integration, and about 1,000…

    The Blog Heraldin Blogging- 17 readers -
  • Why You Should Republish Your Blog Content On Medium

    … to Medium. Compared with other platforms, Medium is the perfect place to share your stories , whether you do so for personal or for business reasons. How is it ideal? Well for one, it’s free. Secondly, the engagement rate is impressingly high. Now I can go on and on about all the amazing things Medium has to offer. But for your convenience, I’ve put…

    Growmapin SEO Content- 34 readers -
  • What Do Design and Innovation Leaders Talk About on Twitter? (Report)

    … topped the list of publications shared most from design and innovation leaders, followed by The New York Times, Medium, TechCrunch and the Harvard Business Review. The report concludes with a list of design and innovation leaders in industries including financial services, health and technology. Download the full report for more details and to find out how to you can get connected with the leaders in design and innovation thinking. …

    AllTwitterin Social Twitter YouTube- 26 readers -
  • Why Email Should Be at the Center of Your Social Strategy

    … is a great place to meet new people, the best way to build a relationship with those audiences is through the proper nurturing that only email can provide. Email should be at the center of every solid social strategy, and savvy publishers are experimenting with ways to collect email addresses within social networks in order to nurture their connection with their fans. Tony D’Anna is the CEO of email service provider PostUp. Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

    AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 32 readers -
  • What can Medium’s Creative Exchange bring to native advertising?

    … Last week, social publishing company Medium announced the launch of a programme that will allow its writers to partner with brands to create dedicated sponsored content: the Creative Exchange. The Creative Exchange is by no means Medium’s first foray into native advertising: in the past, it has produced a number of verticals in partnership…

    Search Engine Watch- 40 readers -
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