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1 Blogging Lesson I Learned from a Dog Named Yoda in Thailand

That’s Yoda. And me. Yoda is our little friend. We are watching him for the next 7 weeks in Thailand on a house sit. By the way, if you are like most folks who say, “How in the HECK can I get into house sitting?!”, I wrote an entire eBook on the topic that you can purchase here: How to Land the Best House Sits Easily. Show More Summary

6 Steps to Truly Understand Your Audience

Do you know your target audience well enough? To really create content that will resonate with your audience — understanding your audience is very crucial. It gets better when you can put yourself in your customer’s shoes and create content with empathy that’s tailored towards improving their lives. Show More Summary

Make More Ecommerce Money with Skywide and SAP Hybris

When you run an online store, regardless of the types of products that you choose to sell, you will need to manage a great number of moving parts. You need to make sure that your marketing game is on point. You need to make sure that you’ve got consistent branding across all your channels. Show More Summary

Zen and the Art of Content Marketing

Google reminds me that we’ve covered the intersection of Zen and business a few times at Copyblogger … which doesn’t surprise me a bit. At the heart of Zen is the concept (which is not a concept) of nonduality. In the words of Shunryu...Show More Summary

7 Proven Steps For Creating A Content Marketing Strategy

How effective has your content marketing strategy been? A failed strategy will most definitely affect everything. Content marketing helps you to generate a reliable and affordable website traffic and leads. A B2B Content Marketing Benchmarks,...Show More Summary

1 Blogging Lesson I Learned from Having Lunch with Rob Cubbon

Me and my wife Kelli enjoyed lunch with online course and eBook creating machine Rob Cubbon in Chiang Mai recently. I’ve cyber known Rob for nearly 7 years. Yesterday marked our first offline meeting. He has made Chiang Mai, Thailand an official haunt of his and you need not chase Kelli and I to Chiang Mai either. Show More Summary

How to Build an Online Store on WordPress Using WooCommerce

The WooCommerce plugin offered by WordPress is the most popular platform to create eCommerce websites today. If you are thinking about building your site this way, here is a brief guide to follow: Install WordPress The very first step in creating your site is installing WordPress. Show More Summary

Fresno Blogger Changing The Vegan Blogging Scene

Ashley Hankins-Marchetti is turning her passion for vegan cooking into a career with her blog, eatfigsnotpigs.com. It was only about two years ago that the Fresno blogger watched a documentary about the environmental dangers of raising livestock. Show More Summary

What if You Could Simply Eliminate SEO from Your Life?

Imagine. Imagine a world without search engines … It’s easy if you try. No more surprise Google updates. No more worrying about XML sitemaps, robots.txt, and content analysis and optimization. And perhaps most importantly, no more keyword research. Show More Summary

Should You Pay for Your WordPress Theme?

The great thing about WordPress – and there are a lot of them – is the ease of customizing your site’s appearance. You can directly download from thousands of themes straight from your dashboard and activate it to apply its look and feel on your site. Show More Summary

Uptime Monitoring For WordPress

Let’s face it you are not uptime monitoring your WordPress site 24/7 for uptime, you are running a business and having a life. Today I want to talk about some automated uptime monitor tools your site which will alert you if it goes down. Post from: WP Dude If you need wordpress technical support please visit my services page Uptime Monitoring For WordPress

Irresistible Reading: Psychology’s 6-Tip Guide to Great Writing

There is plenty of great advice around for creating compelling blog content. We read it, but knowing something and doing it are two different things. The missing link is often understanding the why. Why is great writing irresistibleShow More Summary

SEO Is Not Hard. Let’s Cut the BS And Talk About A Strategy that Works EVERY Single Time

SEO is scary, isn’t it? Are you wondering why you’re not getting enough traffic from Google even after writing 100’s of blog posts? I know how frustrating it is when you don’t get rewards even after working hard. I work with several clients and most of them constantly ask me one thing: how do I […] Original post: SEO Is Not Hard. Show More Summary

5 Content Optimization Mistakes You’ll Wish You Fixed Sooner

By now you know that — technical details aside — SEO is not separate from content marketing; it’s an integrated aspect of content marketing. Optimizing your content for search engines is part of your craft and a skill you can strengthen with practice. Show More Summary

CNN Special on Digital Legacy

CNN created a new series called Mostly Human and released its first episode hosted by Laurie Segall titled Dead IRL. The video is available online and this episode focused on several different aspects of digital legacy. The show begins telling the story of Eugenia Kuyda who created a conversational chatbot of her friend shortly after passing away. The story spread...

7 Blogging Lessons I Learned from a Forced Internet Fast

Recently I experienced a forced internet fast (where I did stuff like play with mosquito killing tennis rackets). The internet connection in Myanmar was not too hot. Factor in a nasty stomach situation and you have said fast. Instead...Show More Summary

Make Money Online with Shorte.st URL Redirection

Some people might have called it a problem, but chances are that those people weren’t internet marketers who saw the situation as a very lucrative opportunity. While the rise of URL shortening services cannot be wholly attributed to the rise of Twitter, the social media platform certainly played a significant role. Show More Summary

Mobile Responsiveness Can’t Be Ignored in 2017

With millions of blogs and business websites online mobile responsiveness can’t be ignored. A mobile friendly website is not just a nice to have but it is a must have in 2017 and beyond. With the massive amount of smartphone users, Google wants to ensure that they are providing top quality content in the best way to those who use their services. Show More Summary

3 Tips for a Productive Approach to Email

Back in 2006 Merlin Mann created a series of posts on the 43 Folders blog called Inbox Zero. I am sure most of you have heard this term, but from chatting with bloggers at conferences and meet ups, most bloggers have misinterpreted the key philosophy behind Inbox Zero. Show More Summary

Introducing the New StudioPress Blog

Well, it’s been a while since you’ve seen my byline around here at Copyblogger, but that’s for a few good reasons — I’ve had my head down and been working hard over at StudioPress (specifically, the all-new StudioPress Sites you’ve been hearing about). Show More Summary

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