Here in the Atomic Lab we've been excitedly preparing to launch a whole new set of updates that we can't wait to show you! From what started as an innovative audience-centric writing tool, has now expanded into a whole new suite of products and services for writers and businesses. We are honored to roll out the following new and updated features:
Writing distractions are abundant with social media, new technologies, and even in the real-world. You are writing on-the-go, using web and mobile apps to help you write better, and tools that look into your analytics to tell you when to share your content.
Starting a blog is a daunting task. There are so many aspects to consider and figuring out where to even begin is a struggle. But building a new blog doesn’t have to be hard, just follow these three tips to get your blog started today.
On Monday, July 13, we discussed how to use social media for lead generation. Our Twitter Chat special guest Eric Mitchell, is the host and founder of Social Hangout; VP of Social/Digital Media for the SFAMA (San Francisco Chapter of the American Marketing Association), a Hootsuite Ambassador, a dad of three, and a die hard SFGiants fan, that loves helping people.
GetApp is where you can find the largest cloud-based business apps marketplace. It is operated by Nubera, a Gartner company, headquartered in Barcelona (Spain). Nubera serves as an ecosystem of user-generated and editorial reviews of software and apps for business. Recently, released was their Q2 GetRank report of the Top 25 marketing solutions in four different categories:
Whether you're a talented, practiced, or new writer, there have been times where you could have used a little bit of help. Being a great writer takes discipline, dedication, curiosity, and creativity. It’s a bonus if you’ve got social media and web design experience too.
A great title captures your attention and ranks high on SEO. It’s your first pitch to get readers to your blog, which could lead them to investing in your services. They are the first thing you see in search, an email headline, and social media feed.
You know who your audience is, you’ve been writing for them for a few years now, and yet your writing feels off. In a competitive industry of bloggers, online writers, copywriters, freelancers, and content marketers we face stagnation. We don’t know if our writing is improving, degrading, or simply blending in with the crowd. There are tools (like AtomicWriter!) to help, and thousands of blogs publishing and republishing writing advice, but how do we become better if we’re already seasoned writers?
Whether you are a seasoned blogger or just starting out, it’s always difficult to start writing. We either don’t know what to write about, or we have too many ideas. If you have too many ideas, they often relate to one another and it becomes difficult to edit down.