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How to Become a Professional Speaker when You Have No Leads or Experience

By Emilie Wapnick of Puttylike. If you’re like most bloggers, you probably have a message that you want to share with the world. Speaking is a great way to expand your reach and connect with people on an emotional level. It can helpShow More Summary

WordPress Plugins Every Blogger Should Use

There’s no question that WordPress remains the top choice as a blogging platform today. Its ease of use is the primary reason private individuals and organizations have opted to use it. To make a blog more interactive, though, plugins must be used. Numerous WordPress plugins have been developed and continue to be developed to help […]

Keyword Research: Best Practice You Never Used

Business owners, if you’re making money online sure as fate you know how crucial competitor research is. Beating your competitors while ranking higher for the right keywords is what you want. When we’re doing keyword research we take data from analyzing SERP’s top sites from our niche. Show More Summary

5 Ways To Revamp Your 40 Hour Work Week

Have you been dreaming about ditching the grind of a 40 hour work week? Fantasizing about creating your own schedule, being your own boss and kissing that morning commute goodbye? While many believe this will also just a be a fantasy, I’m here to tell you that is could totally become reality. Show More Summary

How to Bring Podcast Listeners From Their Phones to Your Website

by Craig Hewitt of PodcastMotor. If it seems like everyone’s on their phones these days, it’s because it’s true. The Pew Research Center says that in 2015, 64% of adults between the ages of 18–29 used their phones at one time or another to listen to music or podcasts. Show More Summary

3 Cs that Reveal the Quality of Your Blog Post

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of purchasing a diamond, you’re probably familiar with the four Cs that determine its value: Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat. As the Editor of a national online publication, I’m faced with the task of assessing the “value” of articles that are submitted to me every day. Show More Summary

Pros & Cons of Using a New TLD for Your Blog

You can tell an old-school New Yorker by their area code: If someone still has a phone number that begins with 212, they’ve been holding onto that number for years. Once, all of New York carried the 212, but around 1992, 718 came onto the scene for the outer boroughs while 212 held strong. Show More Summary

Infographic: PayPal vs. Stripe

If you sell stuff online, you probably already used PayPal at some point. It was one of the first online payment solutions that worked across the globe and was easy enough to integrate with any type of website. Despite being really easy to integrate, PayPal is not that flexible, which irritates some webmasters. Show More Summary

How to Consistently Publish Great Content While On The Go

By Natalie Sisson. Imagine watching the setting sun silhouetting the Eiffel tower, while you’re sipping your cappuccino at the quaint little cafe on the street corner. Suddenly you decide to take out your iPhone, capture the magicalShow More Summary

5 Content Marketing Techniques to Solve the Doorway Page Problem

Content marketing is portrayed as an elixir for branding. Whenever your branding goes out of track, you pull a trick to put it on the track again. The trick you pull every time is high-quality content. This portrayal corresponds to reality in the online marketing world where content marketing solves almost all the problems. Show More Summary

Facebook Apologizes After Deleting Blogger’s Post “By Accident”

Facebook apologizes to a Singapore blogger after he claimed that some of his material were deleted for no apparent reason. The social media giant apologized  for removing the post and said that the deleted content did not violate any of the site’s content guidelines. Show More Summary

How Bloggers Can Benefit From Google’s Rich Answers

By digital marketing expert Jim Stewart of StewART Media We’ve always been told that the aim for our blog posts is to be number one. That achieving first position on page one of Google through organic traffic is the target of any blog or online business. Show More Summary

4 Tips to Improve Your Google Indexing

As you probably know, if people can’t find your website on Google it might as well not exist! Google is by far the largest search engine, and getting organic traffic from it is paramount to make any website popular, be it a blog, an eCommerce or a web application. Show More Summary

PB127: How to Write in a More Personal and Engaging Voice

Writing That Develops a Personal Connection With Your Readers Have you ever felt a personal connection with a blogger who you’ve never met and have no real reason to feel a connection with?   You read their blog day after day and inShow More Summary

Freelance Writers Share the Surprising Keys to Their Successful Careers

We talk about the lives of professional writers and content marketers a lot on these pages. And we’ve done our fair share of interviews with well-known writers and top-notch content marketers. But what about those writers whose names...Show More Summary

Want to Differentiate Your Content? Aim for Interaction

As you well know, the internet is incredibly oversaturated with low quality content. It seems like every business in the world is pumping out an endless stream of noisy content, which makes it more difficult for your brand to stand out. Show More Summary

GoDaddy Warns Of Latest Phishing Scam

If you have a domain registered through GoDaddy, the company wants you to be aware of a new scam circulating the web. The popular web domain company is warning customers of a new phishing email that targets owners of valuable domain names registered with GoDaddy. Show More Summary

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

I don’t know about you but I’ve got my game face on. Plenty here to see you through this next week – I particularly enjoyed the Moz Whiteboard Friday about blog post SEO and the post on Facebook reach. Enjoy! 5 Stress-Free Tips for Pricing...Show More Summary

Rainmaker Rewind: 3 Simple Hacks for Better Copy and More Conversions in Less Time

This week on Rainmaker Rewind, Jerod Morris welcomes copywriting and content marketing expert Joanna Wiebe to The Digital Entrepreneur. Joanna is the brains behind Copy Hackers: a copywriting resource for digital entrepreneurs and online business owners. Show More Summary

The Ultimate List of Feminine WordPress Themes

FEMININE VIBE The new age successful bloggers and online entrepreneurs are mostly women. Women entrepreneurs and female bloggers from across the globe are no longer new to the internet and a lot of the most successful web presences are highly attributed to the hard work, passion, and skills of women. Show More Summary

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