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by Ari Herzog on Dec. 31, 2010
Do you have a strategy or tip on social media marketing you’d like to share with other readers? Want to be featured with other guest authors?
If the answer is yes, consider writing for me.
I’m looking for people to write about best practices in social media and how different tools can be used in new and innovative ways. I only publish new content, not previously-published articles from elsewhere online. You are free to re-slant the focus of prior articles you’ve written.
Maybe you have your own blog and seek a new audience. Maybe you write a paper diary and would like to try your hand at a web blog post. Maybe you are skilled in something and want to share your expertise. Maybe you work for a company that is releasing the next big thing online.
Maybe you’ve been employed as an essay writer or a Q&A expert in one of the numerous online custom writing companies like WowEssays.com or Chegg. And just maybe you’ve had enough of students that pay off to an essay writing service for doing the job instead of them. If you now want to move on to the next level and use your professional skills of fast and plagiarism-free writing for a good cause – get in touch today, we can really help each other!
Alternatively, if you feel you are poor as a writer and are willing to be interviewed via email, I can send you some questions to answer.
Bloggers, writers, scribes, storytellers: I want you!
My goal is to feature a guest author every Friday in 2011.
Onibalusi Bamidele, who previously contributed an article on how to be an influential blogger, starts things off January 7.
Two other authors are already confirmed. I’m looking for more.
Please click here and learn what is involved.
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December 30, 2010
There are four ways that you can keep updated with the latest articles published here at AriWriter. Each option will appeal differently to you, and you’re welcome to pick any (or all) of them. 1. Receive articles by RSS. Over 1,000 people around the world currently do this, opting to read the latest articles in [...]
December 29, 2010
To everyone who visited, subscribed, read, shared, commented, and otherwise enjoyed the content of AriWriter over the past 12 months, I thank you. Thank you for visiting my articles. Thank you for subscribing. Thank you for reading. Thank you for stumbling, digging, facebooking, printing, emailing, reacting, and otherwise sharing me and my feature authors with [...]
December 28, 2010
Danny Brown announces a new design of his DannyBrown.me blog. I can’t help but compare his to mine. I can’t help but compare other blogs to mine. Contrasting the colors, fonts, images, and backgrounds of 19 random blogs of which I’m familiar, I created a video to compare Danny Brown, Chris Brogan, Kristi Hines, Kim [...]
December 28, 2010
Frequent readers of this blog are familiar with blog designs appearing, disappearing, and reappearing throughout the year. November 2009 featured a one-column layout August 2010 saw a grid layout August 2010 also introduced a minimalist design But after reviewing past comments that you and your peers left me over the past year, namely when I [...]
December 27, 2010
Who defines a magazine’s person of the year? Its editor-in-chief, its reporters and staff, or its readers? Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past two weeks, TIME magazine announced Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg as the 2010 person of the year. If only that was true. Readers ranked him in 10th place [...]
December 24, 2010
Using an assortment of analytical tools, here is an unranked top 10 list of the articles I and other guest authors wrote that received the most number of comments, trackbacks, and/or views between January 1, 2010 and today. If you haven’t read any of the below, I encourage you to click away. Got a Facebook [...]
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