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A New Book to Make Content Marketing Easier

There’s a word that comes up a lot when we talk about content marketing: Intimidating. It’s easy to get intimidated at the prospect of creating a high volume of really good content. And even more so if you don’t completely think of yourself as a writer. Show More Summary

5 Quick Ways to Speed Up Loading Time of Your Blog

The current blogging community is very competitive. Users have more choices than ever. When a potential reader lands on your blog, you only have a precious handful of seconds to get attention and retain the user. Blog loading speed matters a lot in this regard. Show More Summary

How to Become an Enchanting Story Teller in 5 Steps

I’ve had professional screenwriters tell me my life would make for a darn interesting movie. I regularly pitch Netflix on an idea to make a series about my wildest travel stories. It’s one thing to live a wild life. It’s quite another thing to be able to tell an entertaining, captivating, humorous and sometimes dramatic story about the experience. Show More Summary

Top 6 Killer Tips to Optimize Your Blog Posts for SEO to Bring Massive Google Traffic 

Whether you know it or not, WordPress is Google friendly. That means, if you are using WordPress to run your sites, you are backed up with so many in-build Google friendly features. But that doesn’t mean your site will get a ton of traffic from search engines like Google. Show More Summary

The Ultra Powerful 7th Principle of Persuasion

You may have seen that Robert Cialdini, author of the marketing classic Influence, has a new book out. It’s called Pre-suasion, and you should read it. It’s all about setting the right context before you make the “ask.” (In other words,...Show More Summary

How Can Social CRM Boost Your Blog SEO?

It is quite clear that that social CRM is an integral part of the sales process across all kinds of businesses. As a blogger, I find it of huge help when it comes to improving the overall performance and SEO of my blog. With Social CRM...Show More Summary

Authorities In Vietnam Arrest Top Blogger For One Criticizing Comment

Yet another story that has sparked concern for the state of free speech for bloggers and those that share their opinions online. Last week, we were following the case of Amos Yee and Abu Sin. Now, another story of a blogger getting punished for online comments has came to light. Show More Summary

15 Things About Drip That Made Me Switch From Ontraport Marketing Automation

I switched to Drip Marketing Automation - from Ontraport. Here are 15 specific reasons why I made the switch. The post 15 Things About Drip That Made Me Switch From Ontraport Marketing Automation appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

How Will Falconer Stopped Trading Dollars for Hours and Found His Calling

This week’s guest on The Digital Entrepreneur is all about vitality. His focus is educating dog owners on natural practices that prevent pet illness effectively and sensibly. He helps people who want the best for their animals. He is … Will Falconer and he is a digital entrepreneur. Show More Summary

How to Create a MVP (Minimum Viable Podcast)

Have you ever fallen off the podcasting wagon? Or come close? In tough times, it can be useful to consider the idea of the minimum viable podcast. So long as you’re willing to never compromise on producing useful audio, this version of the MVP can be extremely helpful to keep you moving forward. Show More Summary

The 3 Key Steps to Create Your First Online Course

By ProBlogger Expert Sam Nordberg. Creating an online course can be a great way to increase your income from your blog. Let’s face it, you spend a lot of time creating content anyway, putting it together in a course for your readers seems like a logical next step. Show More Summary

How to Drive Hoards of Pinterest Traffic to Your Blog

If you’ve yet to tap into Pinterest as a viable traffic source for your blog, then you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to increase your numbers and grow your audience. A single successful “pin” can generate thousands of hits in a matter of hours. Show More Summary

How (and Why It’s OK) to Make Money with WordPress, with Matt Mullenweg

This week, we have the very distinct pleasure of talking to a gentleman who is not only a talented member of the WordPress community … but the one responsible for it. Matt Mullenweg is the founding developer of WordPress, which currently powers more than 26 percent of sites on the web. Show More Summary

8 Ways to Use Online Discounts to Grow Sales

Online discounts are powerful incentives to get people to buy — if you know the right ways to put them together. Over the years, our marketing team at Rainmaker has experimented with numerous discount options. Some have been successful and others not so much. Show More Summary

Content Marketers Share Their Secrets

Here’s the final excerpt from my new book, ‘Master Content Marketing.’ Read the other excerpts here and here. ‘Master Content Marketing’ is now available for pre-order wherever books are sold. When you order today and register for the...Show More Summary

PB160: Challenge: How to Write an Opinion Post on Your Blog

Challenge: Write an Opinion Post on Your Blog In today’s episode, I’m issuing you with a challenge to create a piece of content that centers around your opinion on a topic relevant to your audience. Adding your opinion to your content...Show More Summary

Community Discussion: How Often Do You Post on Your Blog?

Sometimes it can take years before we find a good rhythm to our blog’s posting schedule. Some blogs suit smaller, bite-sized pieces every day (or multiple times a day), and some blogs get by on posting once a month. Darren gets asked...Show More Summary

Top 5 Content Promotion Tools to Start Using Today

If nobody sees your website content really there? It might as well not be. Most people loathe content promotion with an intensity usually reserved for lying politicians, lawyers, and bankers. But there is no way of avoiding this reviled chore. Show More Summary

3 Ways to Double Your Rates Without Getting New Clients

According to data from the 2012 Freelance Industry Report, the two biggest challenges freelancers face are finding quality clients and breaking out of the fear of the feast or famine cycle — with 37 percent of freelancers experiencing these challenges. Show More Summary

1 Quick Way to See If You are REALLY Shy or Embarrassed about Promoting Your Blog

  Many aspiring bloggers rock. They are doing their best to spread the word about their blog and brand. Even veteran bloggers are doing their best to promote their blogs effectively. But they still come up short. Here’s why: sneaky subconscious beliefs trip you up. Show More Summary

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