Reusable Content

By Lorraine Ball If you want to be considered a subject matter expert you will have to spend a good deal of time writing blog posts, creating slides for seminars, recording podcasts and assembling white papers. You aren’t going to establish your authority with one or two pieces of information on the subject since both readers and search engines are looking for more than one reference as proof. …read more

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Two Important Announcements for Writers

By Sonia Simone

First, you may have seen yesterday the abrupt announcement that Google is, at least for the moment, discontinuing their Authorship functionality for search results and webmaster tools.

For those in our Authority community, as well as those in our Certified Content Marketer program, we’ll be holding a special live Q&A session with Brian Clark on what this means for web writers as we move forward. Just log in to your Member Dashboard to find out how to attend.

And secondly, if you aren’t in one of those programs yet, the window is closing to join the Certified Content Marketer program at 5:00 PM Pacific time today.

If you’re a professional writer who could use more assignments, better pay, and the best shot at the most interesting, rewarding projects, it’s well worth your time to check the program out.

Grab all the details here — and remember, the deadline to enter is 5:00 PM today.

(And Authority members, don’t forget — make sure you’re logged in to your account in order to get your preferred pricing on the program.)

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Sonia Simone

Sonia Simone is co-founder and Chief Content Officer of Copyblogger Media. Get more from Sonia on Twitter and .

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How Twitter Has Changed Journalism Forever

By Corey Smock Twitter provides real time information, reactions, and public opinion during breaking stories. More than 52% of Twitter users report that they receive their news on the popular social media network, up from 33% in 2012. Couple that with the nearly 8,000 tweets being sent every second across the globe and there is no denying Twitter’s enormous influence. …read more

Source: Social Media Today