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Why Your Blog Should Have a Homepage?

This post is a counter-argument to Paul Gannon’s Why Your Blog Shouldn’t Have a Homepage article on BloggingTips. You should read it first before reading my counter-argument. What Paul basically insists is that bloggers shouldn’t use...Show More Summary

How to Get An Average Of 10 Comments for Every Blog Post You Write

Are you struggling to increase your blog comments? We all want more comments to increase blog reputation. Unfortunately most bloggers find it really hard to get more comments. Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

How to Get Started with a Business Dashboard

Once your websites or online businesses start growing you'll certainly find that managing all the information becomes quite a challenge on its own. Web analytics, email subscribers and delivery rates, affiliate marketing sales, revenue from your own products and assessing profits, customer support emails, and the list goes on. Show More Summary

Zapier Review: Integrate WordPress With Almost Anything.

I'm a huge fan of automating those tedious repetitive tasks that are part of everyday business. If I don't automate them, they will get stockpiled and sometimes not done at all, my brain is hard wired to look for the shniy new object...Show More Summary

Focus on These 4 Steps to Harness the Addictive Power of Email (And Turn Your Traffic Into Business)

Are you working your butt off to run your business? But feeling you’re not making enough progress? You’re building a social following, slaving over weekly blog posts, and managing a heavy client load. Perhaps you’d also love to develop digital products or write a book. Show More Summary

What’s in Words: The Power of Blogging

Seemingly, everyone has a blog these days. Barney Stinson. My mother. And pretty much, every company out there. And really, this should be a good thing — but all too often, it seems as though bloggers lose sight of their initial vision and land in a place with little readership and little to offer. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Copy Checklist: 51 Questions to Optimize Every Element of Your Online Copy [Free Poster]

So, you’ve written a piece of sales copy. Congratulations — that’s no small feat. But, before you celebrate, there’s just one issue: Now what? After all, as I’m sure you’ve heard before: “There is no such thing as great writing. Only great rewriting.” And why is “great rewriting” important? One reason: the bottom line. Show More Summary

A Social Media Etiquette Guide You Might Find Useful

This is a guest contribution from Jennifer Landry. What do you think of when you hear the word etiquette? For most people, the term conjures up images of a relative telling them to chew with their mouth closed, or to take their elbows off the table. So what does it mean when it’s applied to [...]Show More Summary

How You Can Make Your Writing Twice as Fast by Making It 3x More Time-Consuming; Wait, What?!

This is a guest contribution from Karol K. You can read the first post in this series “The Power of TK in Content Writing and How it Can Help You” here. Imagine yourself in the following scenario… It’s a normal Tuesday and you decide to write a blog post. You start confidently with a blank [...]Show More Summary

The Best Content Marketing Strategies Bloggers Should Focus on in 2014 & Beyond

This is a great year for content marketing as more bloggers and brands begin to truly understand its value as well as the quality and creativity required to make it work and engage and entertain audiences. Major brands like ChipotleShow More Summary

Stat-Driven Tips on How to Pitch to Big-Name Publishers in Your Niche

This is a guest contribution from Wil of Startup Bros. What’s the best way to pitch a content idea to the big players in your niche? What do today’s top publishers look for in a contribution? Many of today’s biggest influencers get hundreds of pitches every week. How do you stand out from the crowd? [...]Show More Summary

Guest Posting Best Practices From Copyblogger’s Guest Post Gatekeeper

Many years ago, when I began developing my personal guest posting strategy, Copyblogger sat atop my “Where I Want to Guest Post” list. Five years later, I achieved my goal. So, how did I spend the time between making my list and May 23, 2013 when my first blog post appeared on Copyblogger? Rigorously practicing [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

Why Writing a Good Outline Matters

Editor’s note: This post was written by Steve Aedy, a freelance blogger and a content writer at FreshEssays – company that helps with writing and editing issues. Steve is addicted to literature and essay writing, he also likes to craft useful blog posts. Show More Summary

The Language of Selling – Are You Using It?

  This is a guest contribution from Richard Akhmerov. Benefits, benefits, benefits. We’ve all heard that benefits sell, not features. Create needs, not wants. But this is all rehashed information. And no amount of reading will make you better at the following if you don’t practice it by trying. But there is one thing missing [...]Show More Summary

Why Copyblogger Is Killing Its Facebook Page

Have you ever stared at something, knowing you’re doing everything right, but it still won’t … freaking … work? That’s how Copyblogger has felt about its Facebook page for quite some time. As of today, the page has 38,000 “fans,” but Copyblogger’s presence on Facebook has not been beneficial for the brand or its audience. [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

Finish 2014 Strong by Implementing These 5 Tactics into Your Business

2014 is nearing its close. As we prepare to enter the final quarter of the year, it’s time to reflect on your company’s current standing. With an honest self-assessment, you can enter 2015 strongly with the right plans for improvement. Show More Summary

Thoughts on Quantified Self for Modifying Long Term Life Goals

The quantified self movement often focuses on measuring data to help us improve short to medium length goals. If we take a step back and then increase the range of measurement based on our life expectancy and work backwards we can use a very different lens to help modify the behavior of our lives. The thought behind this came to...

Be a Better Blogger by Doing as Little as Possible

When you make the decision to grow your blog and hopefully create an income from it, it can be so easy to fall into the trap of doing everything all at once in the name of getting as much exposure as you can. You’re blogging every day, you’re promoting those posts to your Facebook, Twitter, [...]Show More Summary

5 Ways to Prevent Business Burnout When Your Inspiration Starts to Flicker

In a space as fast-paced as the Internet, you know there are many tasks you “should” perform to reach more people with your story. You’re well-aware of other businesses with meteoric rises to fame and companies thrown into the spotlight seemingly overnight. Show More Summary

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