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Here on ProBlogger, we’ve always recommended self-hosted WordPress (aka WordPress.org) as the very best platform for blogging. And with good reason. Many of the world’s largest blogs and websites run on self-hosted WordPress. Thousands...Show More Summary
Today’s post is a case study with one of our past ProBlogger Event speakers, Sharon Gourlay. Sharon has built up two blogs with relatively passive traffic building strategies. Today she tells her story of selling her first blog. When...Show More Summary
How to Use Collaborations to Grow Your Blog Have you ever felt that too many things need doing to build a successful blog? A student I spoke to this week who recently completed our Start A Blog course said they were a little overwhelmed...Show More Summary
Last month we launched our very first ProBlogger course. After a whirlwind few weeks (months, actually ), I thought I’d take the opportunity to share a bit of what happened behind the scenes while creating the Ultimate Guide to Start a Blog course. Show More Summary
Growing Your Blog’s Income In today’s episode, I want to talk about growing your blogging income, particularly when you’ve already started building some traffic and income streams on your blog. This one will be most relevant if you’re at an intermediate to more advanced level. Show More Summary
When I started my travel blog back in 2005, I never imagined I’d be selling it. After all, I just wanted to tell my family and friends what I was up to. I had no idea it would become a business that supported my family. Even when it became a...more The post What Happens When You Want to Sell Your Blog? A Case Study appeared first on ProBlogger.
How to Build Authority and Influence with Your Audience In today’s episode, I want to talk about building authority and influence. This topic came about from talking to a number of bloggers who’ve just completed our Start a Blog course. Show More Summary
ProBlogger created International Start a Blog Day on February 7th to celebrate the achievements and the diversity of new bloggers around the world launching their blogs at the beginning of the year.Please join us in supporting theseShow More Summary
How to Relaunch a Dormant Blog In today’s episode, I want to answer a question I get regularly from listeners: How do you relaunch a blog that has died or become dormant? I want to talk you through two scenarios for relaunching a blog,...Show More Summary
Have you started a blog this year? Every year between Christmas and New Year our enquiries for starting a blog skyrocket. It must be something to do with New Year’s Resolutions and setting new goals. Blogs still seem to be on everyone’s...Show More Summary
The Tools We’re Using in 2018 to Get More Subscribers and Customers In today’s episode, I want to introduce you to a suite of WordPress plugin tools we’ve been using on our blogs for the past six months or so that we’re really excited about. Show More Summary
3 Travel Bloggers Share Their Tips and Stories Once again I’m handing the podcast over to you, our listeners, to share your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. I started this series towards the end of last year with episode...Show More Summary
Over $100,000 in Ad Revenue – a Dating Ideas Blogger Tells Her Story It’s the beginning of January, and I want to wish you all a Happy New Year. You may want to kick off the new year with our Start a Blog Course. Today we’re resuming...Show More Summary
Written by ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke When you think of a blog, you probably think of the posts. You might go to the site to read the latest ones (often on the home page), or they might go straight to your inbox. And if you follow the blogger on social...more The post The Difference Between Pages and Posts (and Making the Most of Each) appeared first on ProBlogger.
If you’ve created one of these 7 types of products to sell on your blog, or you’re going to start offering a service to your readers, then you need a sales page. The sales page is (not surprisingly) a page on your blog that’s all about your product or service....more The post 9 Key Ingredients for Creating the Perfect Sales Page appeared first on ProBlogger.
It took me nearly seven years of blogging to create my first products: two ebooks, one for ProBlogger and one of Digital Photography School. They made me a total of over $160,000 in 2009 alone and changed my business. Back in 2014, I...Show More Summary
Is starting a new blog on your goals list for 2018? If so – you’ll want to check out our brand new (and completely free) course – the Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog. Every year in January we notice a big spike people looking for information on how to...more The post The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.
Collaborative Blogging – One Blogger Shares How She Started a Blog with over 200 Collaborators Today’s episode is the last in our series where I handed the podcast over to you, the listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. Show More Summary
From Imposter Syndrome to Tech Influencer – A Tech Podcaster Tells His Story Today’s episode continues our series where I hand the podcast over to you, the listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. Today’s blogger is Neil Hughes from Technology Blog Writer. Show More Summary
How a Blog Helped Grow a Voice Coaching Business In our continuing series of blogger stories I’m handing the podcast over to you, our listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. This series started in...Show More Summary