All Blogs / Technology / Internet / Blogging / Popular


Catch More Writing Mistakes With This Underutilized Proofreading Trick

Proofreading is simple. That may seem like a sacrilegious statement coming from someone who spent years justifying that proofreading is a specialized skill to condescending critics. But I want to show you a simple proofreading trick,...Show More Summary

31DBBB Day One: What Makes a Great Elevator Pitch?

Welcome to day one of building a better blog! The ProBlogger podcast is off and running with a new episode every day this month with a theme designed to help boost your blogging skills and todays podcast episode is now live for you to listen to. The original 31 Days to Build a Better Blog [...]Show More Summary

How Bestselling Author Austin Kleon Writes, Part Two

New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon has been called “one of the most interesting people on the Internet” by The Atlantic magazine, and he stopped by The Writer Files to chat about creativity and the writing life. Austin is...Show More Summary

A Simple Way to Boost the Credibility of Your Website

It’s not enough today to merely be trustworthy in your digital business, you have to prove it. Whether you sell products or services, customers have to trust you before they’ll want to do business with you, and building trust online can be a challenge. Show More Summary

Make Big Money Blogging? 4 Realities You Need to Face Now

If you think it’s easy to become a well-paid blogger, well, you’re not alone. In fact, according to WordPress.com, 44.5 million new blog posts are published each year. Oh, yeah, and you’re also up against 13,704,819 new blogs that started in 2013, up 36% from 2010. Show More Summary

How to Determine if Your Business Idea Sucks

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of multiple successful businesses, including StickerJunkie.com and Delinquent Distribution. Most recently — and alongside Dan “Punkass” Caldwell (the founder of Tapout clothing) — she has created Lessons.biz, which offers a six-week course on how to run a successful t-shirt business. Show More Summary

Meet Me and SiteGround at Affiliate Summit East in NY

Affiliate Summit is an affiliate marketing based conference which is held twice a year in Las Vegas and in New York City. It’s an event that I’ve been attending and speaking at the for over a decade now. The first event was just over...Show More Summary

How Every Creative Must Think about Marketing and Advertising

Albert Lasker. Mel Martin. Eugene Schwartz. Robert Collier. Victor Schwab. David Ogilvy. John Caples. Maxwell Sackheim. Bill Jayme. Copywriters who wrote beautiful copy. Ads that drove results. As David Ogilvy said, “We sell or else.” This is the point. Show More Summary

Steal This Trick: What Confident Content Marketers All Have in Common

Editor’s note: The original version of this post was published on October 23, 2012. There are a million techniques that make your content better and more popular. (Probably a half-million just here on Copyblogger.) Strong headlines, smart copywriting techniques, storytelling, humor, etc. Show More Summary

How Steve Scott Makes $30,000 Per Month Publishing Kindle Books

Most Authorpreneurs earn their living from speaking gigs, consulting businesses, and other indirect sources. Rarely does one make the vast majority of their income directly from the sale of their books. Steve Scott is different. Steve...Show More Summary

What it Takes to Leave the Corporate World (and Not Look Back)

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of Small Business Trends, an award-winning online publication, which offers breaking news and advice for small business owners. She is a former corporate attorney that left that corporate life and founded her own company in 2003. Show More Summary

5 Content Marketing Growth Hacks for Bloggers

Are you delivering the right message to the right person, at the right time with your content marketing strategy? You’re not alone. Most of the content marketers are making the same mistakes over and again. They remain so much preoccupied...Show More Summary

7 Common Mistakes Writers Make When Pitching to Editors

Do you have pet peeves about human interactions? What types of behavior absolutely drive you nuts? You could hate when someone doesn’t say “thank you” when you hold a door open for him or become extremely irritated when someone chews gum too loudly. Show More Summary

Do Millennials (Really) Hate Long Copy?

Allow Demian Farnworth to tell you a story. A story that you will probably be able to relate to in some sense. It’s about a stout, whiskered man who thinks sound decisions can come only from a cool head. And that copy should always be short. Show More Summary

10 Email Marketing Campaigns Every Business Should Be Running

Too many brands are blowing it when it comes to email marketing. They’ve got to stop. Truth is, in today’s marketing if you don’t have any email marketing campaigns you’re likely missing out on money. A lot of money. No one likes that. Show More Summary

The ProBlogger Podcast Is Live and We’re Kicking Off with a Challenge!

Today I have great pleasure in introducing you to the brand new ProBlogger Podcast and the next incarnation of 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. Over the last couple of years I’ve lost count of the number of people who have said ‘Darren you really should start a podcast’. I’d always nodded my head [...]Show More Summary

Launching a New Product? These 5 Tips Will Get You the Testimonials You Need

Take a moment to try this thought experiment … At what point in your life did you look at your birth certificate to confirm that you were indeed born on the day that your parents said you were born? For most people, the answer is never. Show More Summary

How To Create Content That Gets Read and Shared

You already know that without creating really useful content, you can’t build a successful blog. But you also know that writing great content isn’t enough to get you visitors. To attract readers, generate traffic and build an audience, you need to structure your content in a way that encourages readers to share it. Show More Summary

CBB093: Is Guest Posting An Effective Traffic Strategy Anymore?

In early 2014, Matt Cutts (from Google) all but declared guest posting to be dead. But, is it really? The post CBB093: Is Guest Posting An Effective Traffic Strategy Anymore? appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

How To Protect Yourself From Viruses When You Download Files From The Internet

As bloggers and online marketers, we are always coming across different ways to promote and access content on the internet. Sometimes these sites are completely legit, while other times they might come off as spammer of even harmful to our computers, devices and browsing experience. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC