While many people claim to be experts in the field of blogging, very few have the longevity to back up their self-proclaimed status. That isn’t the case with Gary Lawood he is an avid blogger and a social media enthusiast.
Gary has been regularly sharing web design, blogging, online marketing, SEO and social media tips through his Lawmacs blog since 2003. What started off as a weekend hobby to supplement his retail management 9-to-5, has grown into 500+ articles for brand new bloggers, as well as those who want to grow the sites they already have. His longstanding motto is to change the web one blog at a time.
And there’s no sign of a slowdown in that department. Thousands of people stay up-to-date with the Lawmacs blog each week, plus the site has recently opened its doors to guest post submissions, where guest authors are allowed to share their writing skills with blogs audience and at the same time creating a reputation of their own. Get more information about becoming a guest author HERE.
The secret to his ever-expanding success? Besides keeping fresh content on the site, he has always actively taken steps to both grow and safeguard his online reputation over the years. He believes reputation can make or break your career, yet it’s something most bloggers and online entrepreneurs don’t consider until they have to scramble to clean up a mess.
Gary has recently taken his years of knowledge on this very topic and shared it in a newly released E-book, “How to Become An Influential Blogger : Your Online influence Matters.” In it, he details how even total beginners can build a trustworthy profile and gain influential status on the internet. Plus he offers tips for safeguarding your new found status. You can learn more or order Becoming an Influential Blogger HERE.
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Gary welcomes your article ideas and questions on everything from web design to SEO, social media and reputation management. All blog posts are open to comments if you have a relevant question or feedback you’d like to share with other readers.
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