Comments on: The More Things Change… http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/ The Online Resource for the Painting Industry Wed, 07 Jun 2017 07:14:42 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 By: Christian Kopeck http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-40605 Fri, 12 Aug 2016 17:29:09 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-40605 Sorry to butt into the conversation but do you have any thoughts on my blog, Scott?

http://kopeckpainting.com/blog/

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By: Selecting a Great Freelance Blog Writer | Tess Wittler http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-37657 Mon, 13 Apr 2015 01:35:01 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-37657 […] To quote Scott Burt, Content Director for Blogging Painters, “Blogging is a lot of work, especially when supported by an integrated social media campaign …” (Source: http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/) […]

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By: Pintores Barcelona http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-37241 Tue, 17 Feb 2015 17:12:47 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-37241 Great article! Thanks”

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By: RWC Interiors http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-35695 Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:34:19 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-35695 That was a great piece Scott, I love how your writing goes into details AND looks outside of the box. A great read and lesson for an aspiring blogger!

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By: Scott http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9528 Thu, 02 May 2013 10:38:36 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9528 Thanks Painting Artist. It definitely takes some time, especially at first. Blogging is similar to painting in the sense that its best to develop an efficient set of habits and do them consistently. Post up a link to your blog, would love to check it out.

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By: Scott http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9527 Thu, 02 May 2013 10:35:19 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9527 Thanks for stopping by, RK. Its always interesting to share perspectives with other pros in different disciplines.

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By: Painting Artist, Inc - Port St Lucie FL http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9503 Sun, 28 Apr 2013 15:11:53 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9503 Great article Scott. I completely agree that blogs are a great way to build an audience to listen to you about the services you offer. I am currently working on our painting company blog, and it is time consuming to keep it active but worth it all the way.

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By: Scott http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9490 Thu, 25 Apr 2013 16:18:18 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9490 Hi John, thanks for your well thought out and well written commentary. I think the advice you just gave to contractors is spot on. Part of the challenge for all of us is to develop good online habits, and put the time in. I am sure you work just as hard as I do to collect video and image footage of your business. One thing I especially like about your approach is that it is not all about “John Shearer”, its much more about “Shearer Painting”. I think that is where alot of people get hung up. I think its important for people to know who you are (as the owner/visionary of any service), but I also think its really important for customers to get a better sense of what their experience will be with your company by seeing just that: the company. Which can be done in so many forms. That is why part of my message in this piece is to remind people to use a variety of content “types”. This makes it much more interesting for the reader and shows your company from different angles. Thanks again for joining this discussion.

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By: Robin Karleskint http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9486 Wed, 24 Apr 2013 19:24:12 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9486 So much great info here! I love your list of general rules for effective blog sites. It’s easy for bloggers to get lazy with their content (I know how that goes), and to buy into the idea that shallow topics and buzzword-heavy writing is the only way to get readers (and search engines) to pay attention. But those types of posts are so transparent and contrived, and often it ends up being a turn-off for the legitimate readers and would-be clients.

And that ties in with your point about having a great site that ranks “okay” in the search engines, rather than a crappy site that ranks up high. I think having fewer “real” readers and followers is much more beneficial over the long run than having countless superficial ones.

Excellent post, thanks for all your insight!

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By: Christian Spoerl http://bloggingpainters.com/the-more-things-change/#comment-9485 Wed, 24 Apr 2013 19:04:03 +0000 http://bloggingpainters.com/?p=5136#comment-9485 Excellent article Chris. I think Social Media is a great way to meet to people amd build relationships..like ours !

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