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Blog Commenting Policy

Published on March 13, 2012 By Linda Yarbrough

Blog Comments Policy Announcement

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Welcome Inside The Media Mix. I encourage your blog comments and hope you will join the discussions. As a new blogger, I am working hard to build an audience and engage visitors with solid content. Every blogger loves to see Moderate Blog Comments so I’ve been reluctant to have a stated Blog Commenting Policy (we sure don’t want to DIScourage readers from commenting). But …

Power in Re-Purposing Social Media

Published on March 13, 2012 By Linda Yarbrough

On my last post I shared a number of options on How to Re-Purpose a Blog Post. A single Blog Post is now turning into multiple products through re-purposing.  Let’s take a look at how specific Social Media vehicles come in to the mix:

  • You’d want to Tweet about each of these projects as they come on-line
  • Include each of them on your Facebook Page over a period of time
  • Ping your Blog Posts to Social Bookmarking Sites
  • Add a Discussion Topic question or respond on Message Boards or Niche Forums
  • Feature portions in your Brand Newsletter

Self-Hosted Crossover on WordPress Blog

Published on March 13, 2012 By Linda Yarbrough
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I changed my Twitter Profile this morning to: Texas gal into Media Marketing Strategy & Coaching, Web Design SEO, Real Estate, Golf, Pottery & Heart Disease. Internet Marketer and wannabe Blogger.

Let’s talk about the wannabe Blogger description. When Yarby’s Corner began, I shared that I had started a Blog years ago and then took a 5 year hiatus. This time I am determined to stick with it and find my blogging voice. So far, I stand by that. But because I was testing the waters initially, I used a wordpress.com address instead of my primary business website, The Media Mix. After several months of blogging and much reading, it appears there are a “few” plug-ins I need that are not available in this platform.

Best Method to Switch to Self Hosted WordPress Blog?

Confused ... Which way to go?

Don’t get me wrong, I love WordPress.com. But as a Business Blog I need to make a change. I help clients and readers with all forms of media : from traditional off-line media to new media and all aspects of on-line marketing. So my goal is to build a community that is interactive, engaging and fluid. I don’t want to talk “at” you but “with” you. Many of the folks reading my blog care A LOT about incoming-links, solid anchor text and showing their latest Blog Post when they Comment. I too appreciate those features on other Internet Marketing and Social Media Blogs.

It seems some of the Plug-Ins necessary to achieve my goal include:

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Seeking Marketing Bloggers for Guest Posts

Published on March 13, 2012 By Linda Yarbrough

As the new year gets firmly off the ground, I am making strides to re-group, get organized again and back on a sustainable path.

The biggest mistake I made in internet marketing during 2010? I just had way too much going on and found myself scattered … which leads to putting out fires. I’ve always been good at multi-tasking but this got way out of hand. Have you ever been there?

Blogging Daily .. Regularly .. HELP

Published on March 13, 2012 By Linda Yarbrough

Marketing, Media Strategy & SEO = my niche. Blogging = not so much with a 5 year gap between posts.  This time I’m determined to stick with it until I love it!

Do you have challenges posting to your blog daily, weekly, regularly?  Share your story.  I hear there are a LOT of blog-challenged among us.

If you are a master blogger and have figured out how to work it into your daily schedule,  please share your tips to stay on top of blog posting and article writing.

By: Linda Yarbrough of Yarby’s Corner, Media Marketing Strategy Blog

Snowed in here in Texas

Published on December 26, 2010 By Linda Yarbrough

 

So … we’ve been snowed in here in Texas all week.  You would think it would have been a great opportunity to get caught up on oh so many things. Linda's office buddy Hobie-Cat While I have made progress on some chores designated for "no phone" days, I have to admit that I’ve been distracted by the gorgeous snow view from my office. In my lifetime we have never had snow on the ground for so long.  Most days were sunny and beautiful even while frigid and roads unusable. With a bird feeder just outside my window and a cat perched on top of the chair mesmerized by the bird show … I haven’t lacked for entertainment. We’ve had power outages by the electric company to preserve energy so I’ve not been on the computer a great deal.  Instead, I’ve been reading a book on Communication when not sifting & sorting receipts and paperwork.  Can’t remember the last time I was this organized … so all in all it was a very good week. While most Texans are ready for spring already we hear that more snow is on its way next week. Can cleaning my closets be far off?

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