A lead in to Nate's new book on blogging styles, this webinar-ready presentation teaches the audience how to write three different styles of list blog posts as well as how and when to use them, and what results they can produce.
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----- Meeting Notes (7/14/11 13:04) -----Blocks of text cause reader fatiguerather than engage, readers pass by
----- Meeting Notes (7/14/11 13:04) -----You can also download these slides after the presentation from this urlI promise not to be annoying and spammy, but if your interested, I want to keep you up to date on the book
Nate Riggs: Blogging Styles - The List Post
NATERIGGS<br />social business design | strategy<br />nateriggs.com<br />@nateriggs<br />
Have knowledge of web conversion and analytics</li></li></ul><li>What you the blogger are up against:<br /><ul><li>152 million – The number of blogs on the Internet (as tracked by BlogPulse, in December 2010).
29% of business blogs post an average of 3-4 times each week
Bloggers are more affluent and educated than the general population with 79% have college degrees & 43% have graduate degrees
# of things you know now that you wish you knew when you started your career<br /># most important times to support your co-workers<br />Top # things to never say in a client meeting<br />Top # ways that small businesses can benefit from using the internet<br /> # of opportunities you might be missing by not blogging regularly<br /> The top # best blog posts you’ve read this month<br />