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This presentation was originally given by Nate Riggs (nateriggs.com) at the 2012 Blogworld and New Media Expo in New York City. …

This presentation was originally given by Nate Riggs (nateriggs.com) at the 2012 Blogworld and New Media Expo in New York City.

The Art of Blogging - Mastering the List Post is part of a book that Nate will publish with CMI Books on how bloggers, marketers, students and all content creators can use post frameworks to help them developing a blogging style that will increase readership on their blogs.

To learn more about the book in progress or to ask Nate to speak at your event, please complete the short pop up form on this deck.

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  • Work with lots of clients on building individual and collaborative blogs\n Pert group workshop story - white papers and case studies VS blogging \n 300 dpi resolution, a letter size paper (8 1/2 by 11 inch) will have 2550 pixels wide. \n Most blogs fall between 500 900px\n Consider responsive design and how that forces text down.\n
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  • Blogging is the perfect cross section of art and science\n Most books, blogs and presentations today deal with the science part - how the internet works\n Naked Conversations, Problogger, Blogging for Business\n Art is left to interpretation with very few suggested frameworks\n\n
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    • 1. @nateriggs nateriggs.com
    • 2. nateriggs.com
    • 3. BLOGGING
    • 4. BLOGGING
    • 5. BLOGGING
    • 6. Frameworks? • Provides foundation for experimentation • Makes it easier to stay consistent in your blogging practice • Your content becomes more inviting, readable, and memorable • Helps you stand out in a crowded space
    • 7. FrameWorks
    • 8. FrameWorks -> Style
    • 9. FrameWorks -> Style -> Readers
    • 10. FrameWorks -> Style -> Readers Blogger =
    • 11. @nateriggsTHE ART OF BLOGGINGMastering the List Post
    • 12. “Lists help us manage the chaos ofour lives—to impose order, if only fora moment. Sasha Cagen sashacagen.com
    • 13. 30,000 FT
    • 14. Simple ListsMore than 10 listed items
    • 15. Detailed ListsLess than 10 listed items
    • 16. Blended Media ListsNon-text based
    • 17. Blended Media ListsNon-text based
    • 18. @nateriggs8 ACTIONABLE TIPSMastering the List Post
    • 19. TIP 1Write your list to make adifference for one reader@nateriggs
    • 20. TIP 2Always draft your list body first @nateriggs Photo credit: TheGiantVermin
    • 21. TIP 3Use mindmaps to develop list elements at random, then order the list @nateriggs
    • 22. TIP 4Make sure your lists areeasy to navigate@nateriggs
    • 23. TIP 5Always include the numberof listed items in the title@nateriggs
    • 24. TIP 6Place target keywordsinto your list for SEOjuice@nateriggs
    • 25. TIP 7 Leave your list incomplete and ask your readers to addlisted items in the comments @nateriggs
    • 26. TIP 8Experiement with combining list frameworks @nateriggs
    • 27. http://slidesha.re/ListPost
    • 28. tkg.comFacebook.com/thekarchergroup
    • 29. @nateriggs nateriggs.com