All posts written by Drew Hendricks

Steemit vs Medium: Which Platform Is Better Than The Other? Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published April 22, 2019

The world of online blogging platforms is surprisingly cutthroat. I’m not even talking about the competition inherent in setting up your own blog. I mean the competition between platforms. If you want to set up a new blog, where do you turn? Do you go to WordPress.com? Blogger? Medium? Steemi…

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List of The Best Tailwind Blog Promotion Tribes Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published April 4, 2019

Pinterest is one of those social networks that isn’t widely used amongst certain niches, but is the number one network for others. If you haven’t used it, it’s something you may want to consider. If you do use it, you should probably look at some of the powerful tools you can use to s…

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Is The Jetpack WordPress Plugin a Free or Paid Download? Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published March 24, 2019

Pretty much every list of the top WordPress plugins out there will either include Jetpack or will discount it because everyone knows about it. DOES everyone know about it? If not, I’m here to discuss it and what it brings to the table. After all, no one is born with all of their knowledge; you have…

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The Ultimate Guide to Promoting Your Medium Articles Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published March 3, 2019

Medium is a very interesting platform for businesses. It’s a blogging platform, and in some senses, it’s really not much different from using a blog on your own site. It breaks a lot of rules and it makes some new ones, and some brands have used it to turn content marketing on its head. Do yo…

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Guide to Finding the Most Popular Pins on Pinterest Published by Drew Hendricks • Social Media • Published February 6, 2019

Pinterest as a social network is quite valuable, but it’s also tricky to use. It’s unlike anything most of us experience with social media marketing. There aren’t the same traditional relationships or interactions we’ve come to expect. Pinterest does things its own wa…

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What Is User Generated Content and Can It Rank Well? Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published February 4, 2019

The concept of user generated content is not new. Far from it, in fact. The concept of “word of mouth marketing” was pioneered in the 1970s, but to be honest, the fact that people trust recommendations from real people instead of salesmen goes back centuries if not millennia. As long as h…

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Is The Default WordPress Comment System Best for SEO? Published by Drew Hendricks • Search Engine Optimization • Published January 20, 2019

There are a bunch of different commenting systems for WordPress, and they all have their pros and cons. I can’t tell you for certain which one is the “best” because they all have their own merits. What I can do, however, is give you an argument for why you might consider using the def…

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What Percent of Plagiarism is Allowed in a Blog Post? Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published December 26, 2018

Plagiarism is unacceptable, but there’s nothing new under the sun. The world of content marketing is full of words, phrases, and quotes that make it incredibly difficult to write anything completely unique. Yet to copy someone else is akin to fraud, and can earn you site demotions and other m…

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Complete List of Free CDNs to Host Your WordPress Blog Published by Drew Hendricks • Resources • Published December 13, 2018

Internet speeds are getting faster and faster, and as a consequence, the amount of time we’re willing to wait for something online is dropping at a precipitous rate. When was the last time you waited over a minute for a website to load? At this point, I assume it’s having server issues and…

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30 Shopping Cart Plugins to Add Products to Your Blog Published by Drew Hendricks • Monetization • Published November 29, 2018

If you want to run a web store, one of the easiest ways to do it is to set up a WordPress site and use an e-commerce plugin. It’s pretty quick and easy to set up, so you can go from no web presence to a functional web store in a matter of a few hours.
The question is, which shopping cart plugin should you us…

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