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How To Position Yourself As A Successful Blogger By Doing 1 Thing

Any basketball fans out there? I’ve followed basketball for about 40 years. From playing through the junior college level to following the game on the high school, college and pro levels I had seen thousands of players excel on the court. Show More Summary

Great Ideas for Bloggers to Start Earning Money from Home

The goal for many bloggers is to create a website, rank in the search results and start making money right away. Unfortunately, this usually doesn’t happen. The main reason is that relying simply on content creation and ranking in the search results can be a very long process. Show More Summary

Video Marketing: Trends and Insights from 2017 and Beyond

Though each year seems to come with a new scope and the horizon, it seems like every year is labelled “the year of video” by one expert or another… But 2017 could well have the best claim yet. Of course, it’s no secret that video content has become staggeringly popular. Show More Summary

How To Turn Blogging Criticism Into Something Profitable And Fun

A few minutes ago one of my readers emailed me. Said reader felt my Sunday email was a hassle. Big time turn off to him. I replied: No worries. You can just open it on Monday ???? That was the fun aspect of criticism conversion. Doing something funny with someone having an unhappy moment. Show More Summary

Meet Kulwant Nagi of

Having been in the world of online marketing for 20 years now and just over 10 years in the world of blogging, I’ve been able to see a lot of people come and go in the industry. Many times this will be through the use of a blog and someone documenting their journey and how they plan to start an online business or become a brand. Show More Summary

Are You Letting Go Of The Good To Make Room For The Great?

I wrote 4 guest posts yesterday. For the past year I have written 2 guest posts daily. I am doing good with my blog. But I am aiming for great. I can simply get by, publish a few posts, help clients, sell some eBooks and audio books and courses and be comfortable with getting by. Show More Summary

Meet Lorraine Reguly of

With over a billion active websites and blogs in the world today, that’s a lot of content being created on a daily basis. The crazy thing is how much of the content is simply all over the place — this includes everything from business...Show More Summary

The Three Main Elements to Make Any Blog a Success

Anyone can create a blog – that’s the beauty of the Web. The real difference is whether you’re doing what it takes to make it successful. Here’s the thing… The success depends on your goals (money, recognition, etc.). Yes, it would be...Show More Summary

If You Want To Make Affiliate Money Through Your Blog Avoid Doing This

Bloggers are weird. Seriously. Watch this video. I’ll explain: ready to make more money through affiliate marketing? don't do this…. — Ryan Biddulph (@RyanBiddulph) June 23, 2017 After reading and commenting on...Show More Summary

How Many Irons Do You Have In The Blogging Fire?

I love blog commenting. I also dig guest posting. But you will find me on Quora. You will find me on the Warrior Forum. You will also find me on various Facebook Groups and Google Plus Communities. You will also find me on Reddit. Who knows where you will find me next? Because I have multiple irons in the blogging fire. Show More Summary

SITE123 vs Weebly – Which Hosting Platform is Better for Your Blog?

Choosing a website builder may seem like a hard task with all the options available out there. If you got to the point of deciding between SITE123 and Weebly, you are certainly deep into the process of choosing the best website builder for your purposes. Show More Summary

7 Easy On-Page SEO Tactics that Bloggers Need to Do

There are two types of bloggers in the world today: passion bloggers who treat their site as an online diary, and professional bloggers who aim to promote or monetize their hard work. As a member of the latter group, know that you have a plethora of challenges and opportunities ahead that will determine your fate. Show More Summary

4 Signs It’s Time To Upgrade Your Web Hosting To A New Company

Even if you do everything right on the blogging frontend and backend you may be doomed. Having poor, low quality web hosting damages your chances of succeeding online. Frequent down times and slow loading speed are 2 blog killers. In...Show More Summary

4 Signs You Are Spreading Your Blogging Self Way Too Thin

Last night I slept for 2 hours. Combine some insomnia with a cup of coffee consumed a wee bit late in the afternoon and my recently adopted intense exercise regimen. But I am careful to observe if I am spreading myself too thin, blogging-wise. Show More Summary

How Easily Can You Let Go?

9 years ago I spent my days posting links to 300 plus Facebook Groups. 5 years ago I spent my days writing and placing up to 30 articles a day for clients. Today I write and publish 3 to 5 guest posts daily. I also write and publish 2 posts to Blogging From Paradise weekly. Show More Summary

How to Secure Your Blog: Essential Toolbox

The Internet has brought so many opportunities. It has removed borders and changed our lives forever. But it has also brought insecurity we need to deal with: After all a big part of our life is online now and random strangers can hack into it one day. Show More Summary

Freelancer Payments: What to do When a Client Doesn’t Pay You

Working as a freelancer offers a lot of freedom and flexibility, but it comes with its share of hardships. You might get to go to work in your pajamas, but unlike your friends working for corporations, you have to hunt down every paycheck you earn. Show More Summary

1 Travel Blogging Trend That Boosts Your Bounce Rate Sky High

A few minutes ago I commented on a travel blog. After publishing the comment and reading the post I removed said blog from my Feedly reader. Because I spent a good 5 minutes waiting, then writing, then writing, then writing, then writing,...Show More Summary

Meet Robin Khokhar of

One of my favorite things about blogging and content creation on the internet is that it can be done from anywhere. Never before have people from all around the world been able to connect with one another on such a level playing field. Show More Summary

1 Disastrous Mistake Plaguing New Bloggers

20 years ago I was heavily into bodybuilding. No pun intended. I am not quite as massively huge as I used to be but still know the fitness game well. Look up to see me pressing a giant asparagus in Manual Antonio, Costa Rica. I recall one gym experience from my college days vividly. Show More Summary

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