While the life and profession of being a blogger might seem like a boring one to most people, it all depends on what type of blogger you ask. I personally do a lot more than blogging and I love my job. If you were to ask travel bloggers, I’m sure you would hear the same. Show More Summary
Does your blog traffic suck? One of the most frustrating things about blogging is not getting the hits you want despite working so hard to create awesome content. It sucks but it’s the reality for most of us. When I first started myShow More Summary
Use this list as a checklist to go through before clicking on the publish button. It will help you create better content. The post 15 Things To Do Before Publishing A New Post appeared first on HowToMakeMyBlog.
Keep your readers running down your page like water on a slide.” Wouldn’t you like your copy to have that effect? Of course. Who wouldn’t? And while writing great sentences and using persuasive words are essential elements for making it happen, don’t overlook the importance of bullet points. Show More Summary
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Welcome to Writing Clinic! This is a weekly series where I choose one post at random from those submitted and give feedback and editorial suggestions. If you’d like to take part, read this post for details. Note that if your post wasn’t...Show More Summary
Finding haters of two things, Nickelback and the Ghost Rider movies is way too easy than I’d care to admit. Simply because it seems cool, for lack of a better reason. It is a little disheartening to see that with the passage of time,...Show More Summary
If you’re like most of us, sometimes you get stuck. No matter how hard you try you can’t think of what to write that will interest your blogging network. The problem is that we can’t just write about what we want, right? We have to write topics that are geared towards our audience. Show More Summary
Beginner Week has been jam-packed with tales from the trenches - from how to set up a blog, to a newbie success story, Darren’s Beginner Dos and Don’ts; and 31 mistakes established bloggers made way back in the early days of their blog. Today we’re back with even more goodies to take away: our 10 [...]Show More Summary
Imagine this scenario. Two attorneys are chatting against the beautiful tropical backdrop of the Cayman Islands. The elder lawyer suggests to the young rising star that he “grab a Red Stripe,” which leads to the selection of the Jamaican-brewed beer from an ice-cold fridge. Show More Summary
One fear that some bloggers have, especially when they’re in the early days of their blog, is what to do if they receive negative comments. In fact, some bloggers are put off starting altogether (or start a blog with comments switched off) because they’re so anxious about this. Show More Summary
Congratulations to Copyblogger’s Brian Clark and Robert Bruce on the New Rainmaker podcast. Episode 1 was so compelling that I almost walked into oncoming traffic on my walk to work the other day. Episode 2 made me even more of a believer, though perhaps even less safe. Show More Summary
With all the talk about the need to test everything and run thousands of split-tests, I think in the beginning you can throw all of that stuff right out the window. In this video, I talk about what the MOST important thing to test is. The post What’s the Most Important Thing To Test In Your Marketing? appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
So you know you need to write. You want more content to publish on your blog and start getting more traffic. You want to write guest posts to build relationships with other bloggers and build your list. You want to write an ebook to get more subscribers and engage with them. Show More Summary
Writer’s block occurs when you just can’t seem to figure out what to write regarding the topic you’ve been tasked with. All inspiration and expertise seem to have vanished and suddenly you feel as though you’re not so qualified to have...Show More Summary
The early days of blogging (for most of us) are filled with detours, roadblocks, and just plain slip-ups that we can make in the privacy of our own small readerships. As our blogs and their communities grow, so too do the lessons we’ve learned from the early mistakes that we’ve made. During Beginner Week, we [...]Show More Summary
Chances are, if you are a blogger, you have at some point dipped your foot into the waters of freelance writing. It only makes sense that bloggers also act as freelancers writers. They are writers. They are often authorities in a specific niche market. Show More Summary
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My eyes were starting to lose focus. It was 2:00 in the morning. My hands were coated with pastel dust. An inch of cold coffee sat in the mug next to me. I stared at the drawing I’d been working on. I took a step back and tried squinting, then I moved in close and [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
Eleven and a half years ago when I hit publish on my first ever blog post, I had little idea what I was doing and what was going to unfold for me over the coming decade. As I prepared for a recent mini ProBlogger event event in Perth, I created a little list of some [...] Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger Beginner Week: My 43 DOs and 25 DON’Ts of Blogging