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3 Blogger Monetisation Lessons from Facebook’s Branded Content Policy Update

So apparently the (Facebook blue) sky fell and then picked itself back up again, but not before everyone went completely bananas over yet another policy update. It doesn’t really matter what the policy update is this time (although we’ll get to that, and key lessons, soon). Show More Summary

4 Trust-Building Steps that Get Your Prospects to Eat Out of Your Hands

Are you scaring away your best prospects? When you’re new to content marketing, you might inadvertently send a frightening message to your potential customers and clients. Your heart is probably in the right place. You’re trying to provide...Show More Summary

13 Growth Hacks to Increase Traffic to Your Blog

Essential growth hacks that every blogger should know about driving more traffic to their website. Even if you’re a beginning online marketer, you probably know about the importance of growth hacking. It’s become a buzzword in recent...Show More Summary

The 3 Metrics I Track Every Day And Use To Predictably Grow My Business

Every day, I track 3 core metrics in my business. These 3 numbers allow me to keep my focus on the things which matter and therefore more effectively grow my business. The post The 3 Metrics I Track Every Day And Use To Predictably Grow My Business appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Top 6 Ways to Generate More Mileage from Your Content

There are triggers that are guaranteed to make your content perform well on the web. In the online world, there are several million pieces of content added each day to the already billion pages of content that already exists on the web. Show More Summary

WordPress Theme Seller, Templatic, Warns Users Of Hacking

A popular WordPress theme company is warning customers after several of their files and databases were compromised by a recent hacking. Templatic wrote to customers yesterday that their website was the target of a hacking attack. It appears that whoever is responsible for the hacking is now demanding a ransom from the company’s owner. Show More Summary

5 Irrational Fears that Keep Bloggers from Being Successful

This is a guest contribution from Brian Lang of Small Business Ideas Blog. According to an article in the NY Times, 95% of blogs get abandoned within four months, and blogging has a higher failure rate than even restaurants. Yet, an estimated 172,000+ blogs are started every day. Show More Summary

How to Create Product Pages that Produce the Results You Want

Do me a favor, dear content marketer. Type this phrase into Google: “You Are a Writer (So Start Acting Like One).” I’ll wait. Okay, did you do it? What is the top result? It should be the product page for Jeff Goins’s ebook on Amazon. Show More Summary

6 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Blog

This is a guest contribution from Will Nicholls. It was a little over two years ago when I first went online and bought my blog’s domain name. I wanted to announce it to the world and get started straight away, but instead I spent the...Show More Summary

Samsung Utilizes Virtual Reality Stories For Children’s Bedtimes

Technology has slowly creeped into every aspect of our daily life, even family life. The picture of a family eating dinner together, each with their eyes glued to a smartphone or tablet, has become a normal sight. Tech giant, Samsung wants to take this step further with an idea that many are calling dystopian. Show More Summary

Rainmaker Rewind: How to Book Engaging Podcast Interviews

According to The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor, there is one path that stands above all others as the simplest way to build an audience of responsive and loyal listeners. It’s a path that removes the burden of constant...Show More Summary

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

It’s a rainy and cool weekend here in Melbourne, and I’m looking forward to reading something inspirational with several (ok many several) cups of tea. These have been an excellent start! How Facebook Decides Who Sees Your Updates | Edgar Oh. Show More Summary

8 UX Design Mistakes Too Many Bloggers Are Making

If you’re a dedicated blogger, you probably have a lot on your plate. You have to generate content, grow your followers and email list, form valuable partnerships, promote your blog, and so much more – all before breakfast. There’s no rest for the weary when it comes to blogging, so crucial components of your blog can easily fall by the wayside. Show More Summary

The 5-Step Process that Solves 3 Painful Writing Problems

I once asked the Copyblogger community to name their biggest writing challenges. From the many responses, a pattern developed: How to get started How to cut the fluff How to finish These three issues are really symptoms of the same painful...Show More Summary

Tips on Building and Maintaining a Great Relationship with Readers

This is a guest contribution from Dan Goss. When it comes to blogging, nothing is more important than your readership – if you’re publishing the best content in the world with no-one to read it, you quickly get into a Zen-style conundrum. Show More Summary

Earn $7,000+ Commissions as an Oceanwide Expeditions Affiliate

I can show you the world. Shining, shimmering, splendid. One of the most attractive verticals you can get into as an online affiliate marketer is travel. Connecting the right travelers with the right trips can prove to be remarkably lucrative, especially since so many people are researching travels offers online already. Show More Summary

10 Industry Stats on Protecting Your Online Reputation and Brand

Have you ever taken a moment to Google your personal name to see what comes up? Hopefully, it’s your own website or blog, but if not — you might have a reputation management problem on your hands! The truth is, Google is going to deliver...Show More Summary

Cornerstone Content Defined in 60 Seconds [Animated Video]

Cornerstone content is vital for both seasoned bloggers and anyone launching a brand-new website because it can help you accomplish many of your content marketing goals. Goals like: Getting links to your website Finding new readers Attracting...Show More Summary

Try Infolinks to Boost Your Website Earnings

The vast majority of bloggers and webmasters monetize their sites with banner ads (such as AdSense or CPM ad networks) or with affiliate marketing deals (where they earn a commission for every customer they refer to affiliate partners). Show More Summary

6 Things You Need to Do Before Writing a Single Word on Your Blog

Are you thinking about starting a blog? If you are, this is the right post for you, because we are here to show you some really important things you need to know, and we are sure that, if you follow these tips, you will save yourself a lot of valuable  time and energy. Show More Summary

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