10 Tips to Add Substance to Your Blog Posts With Minimal Efforts

If you’ve been reading on how to prepare good content, you must have read this a lot. Nearly all the professionals recommend adding a fascinating headline. But this tip has somewhat been overemphasized ! I have no count of how many times I’ve read a blog post based on its heading and content was nothing

6 Crucial Questions to Ask While Optimizing Content For Sales

Over the past many years, user trends have changed significantly. Now companies need to offer more than just a product in order to secure customers. Understanding the need, companies are focusing on issues such as support, content and user behavior as well. For example, every other hosting company now claims to be offering “exceptional support“.

Life at Scribbify #1 : New Beginnings, New Goals

While redesigning the site, I realized, it has been 3 years since I’ve been working on Scribbify. I haven’t been very active. The focus had always been on micro niche projects. But still, the realization that it has been 3 years was an alarm. Till now, Scribbify had been sort of a Passion thing. I

10 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Invest in Content Writing Services

Not always does it happen that an entrepreneur has funds to hire a bunch of people in the starting. Especially when I talk about Digi-preneurs ( entrepreneurs that have an online product/service). In this scenario, and in many other scenarios, it’s a case of solo-preneurship. One person, trying to do everything to make ends meet.

How to Network at Blogging/IM Conferences ?

Networking is a socioeconomic business activity by which businesspeople and entrepreneurs meet to form business relationships and to recognize, create, or act upon business opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for ventures. Networking has now become an important part of business and marketing. It increases sales and promotion of the business and helps it

How to Explain SEO to Client With Ease ?

Often times I’ll find myself pitching a person who is not even remotely technical for SEO services. I don’t do it anymore (frequently) as I’ve turned towards in-house projects. When we have space, we open ourselves to one or two client gigs. From a tattoo parlor to a full-blown hospital, I’ve pitched and converted dozens