According to Forbes, e-learning is truly a profitable market, expected to hit $107 billion in sales by the end of this year.
Of course, that number includes all types of online training programs, so your niche may or may not fall on the higher end of that spectrum. Still the industry is expected to grow, so it’s never too late to get in on the earnings, especially if you have something of importance to say.
If you are just getting started with blogging or you have to leave your blog to handle itself for a while, all of that to-do might sound even more daunting.
This post comes to your rescue: whether you are a beginner or a veteran blogger, it will guide you through the basics of blog planning to successfully integrate guest posts and social me
“This piece will generate more traffic and/or subscribers than my other posts or emails, since it circulates ideas and encourages conversation.”
Well, that’s certainly true. No type of content can spark conversation, social shares and circulate ideas like a good roundup piece.
But here’s the catch: your content will only work that way if you create a roundup that you know your readers will love, otherwise it will be a waste of time.