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Business Led by Technology: How Mobile Commerce is Dominating Total eCommerce Activity in 2014

This is a guest contribution from online journalist and entrepreneur Megan Ritter. Every year, tech companies continue to roll out dazzling new smartphones and tablets into the market. Depending on personal preference, people have the option to choose from an iOS, Android, or Windows device, and you don’t necessarily have to break the bank anymore [...]Show More Summary

The 6-Step Guide for Crafting an Effective Content Marketing Channel Plan

This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Kanika. With businesses employing multiple channels for marketing, it can quickly get overwhelming. To stay across everything without losing your head, you really need to have a plan of attack for each channel. Only then will your business be able to get the best results from its [...]Show More Summary

3 Invisible Elements Your Sales Page Needs to Convert (One is Truly Unique)

Most people think music is about the notes. But think about the silence between the notes for a second. Doesn’t the absence of sound complete the composition? Without the silence, you only hear dozens of notes jostling madly into each other, causing a cacophony. Show More Summary

DailyBlogTips is Welcoming (High Quality) Guest Posts

Back in 2013 I used to feature a lot of guest posts on the blog. Some weeks we would have 4 or even 5 guest posts published. However, not all posts had a high quality standard, and readers started complaining. Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

Stefanie Flaxman Joins the Copyblogger Team

This has been one hell of a month for the editorial staff here at Copyblogger. First, three weeks ago, we informed you that Pamela Wilson was joining us. Now today, I am pleased to announce that Stefanie Flaxman is joining our team too, in the role of Manager of Editorial Standards. Show More Summary

Creating Link Bait with “Authority Figures” in Your Niche

Everyday thousands of new blogs are going live, yet the popular authority blogs within your market continue to grow and scale in size as well. How are the new comers ever supposed to compete in such a saturated space? One of the best...Show More Summary

Making Social Media Work for Blogging

Have you dabbled with promoting a blog on social media and received sub-par results? Succeeding in social media is trickier than many first-timers think. It takes endless reaching out, engaging content, the right photos and a little bit of luck. Show More Summary

The 3:00 a.m. Secret Question That Drives Meaningful Success

“I want you to ask your secret question.” That’s what Seth Godin asked the audience at the end of his generous Authority Intensive session with us in Denver this past May. The room was packed with fanboys and fangirls (I’m one) who were reeling a little from 45 minutes of intense marketing, business, and life [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

How Furthering Your Formal Education Can Help You as a Blogger

Anyone can be a blogger, right? All you need is to have an idea – or tons of them, some clue as to the technology (what platform to use, for example), and some social media/content marketing skills. If you only have ideas, it’s still possible to blog. Show More Summary

Don’t Do That! Your Must-Know Guide to Blogging Culture.

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Knowing the culture of a place is extremely important when you travel the world. Something that is normal for you at home might get you in big trouble overseas. The same is true for blogging. Unless you know a bit about blog culture you might find yourself...

Solving the Content Management System Standoff: Drupal, Joomla or WordPress?

This is a guest contribution from Kyle Metcalf, of Rackspace Digital. Choosing the right vehicle all depends on the trip you have in store. Just as you wouldn’t take a Formula One racing car off-roading through the Rockies, a rugged 4×4 Jeep wouldn’t stand a chance on the track against an aerodynamic one-seater. Similarly, the [...]Show More Summary

Facebook Week: Putting it All Together

It has been an action-packed Theme Week here at ProBlogger as we delved into making Facebook work for you. We’ve been hearing for a long time now that bloggers and small business owners are both confused and frustrated with the platform – where they once enjoyed using it to interact with their audience, they now [...]Show More Summary

How to Create a Successful Membership Site

Of the many different ways that you can monetize a blog and your audience, creating a recurring income stream with a membership site might be one of your best options. If you already have an established brand and traffic flowing through your site, it’s probably a lot easier to setup a membership site of your own for much less than you might think. Show More Summary

BTXP 002: 5 Big Experiments for a Successful Sidebar

Does your sidebar actually help your blog? Does it lead to more sign ups, page views and sales? Not always. In fact, some of the sidebars I look at are actually doing a lot of harm because they aren’t using a deliberate strategy, the right plugins and are making some very basic design mistakes. What...

15 of the Silliest Mistakes Email Marketers Make

Editor’s note: This post was written by Rohan, who creates digital master plans at E2M Solutions for companies seeking advanced search marketing services. He also works on mobile UX improvement for startups and sui generis brands at OnlyDesign.org. Show More Summary

Why You Need to Get Out of Your Blogging Cave Regularly

Editor’s note: This post was written by Martin Stephens, Corporate Director of Action Days UK. He has been blogging for almost a decade. Over the years, he has amassed tons of experience and shares excellent tips and best practices with his peers. Show More Summary

How to Find the Traffic of Any Website on the Internet

Have you ever wondered how many people visit TechCrunch every month? How about the New York Times? How about how many people are visiting the site of your competitors? Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

Facebook: The Lowdown on Advertising, and What We’ve Found Works Really Well

Often when I float the idea of advertising amongst my blogging colleagues (including Darren) I get looks of skepticism, dismissal, and that blank empty stare of disinterest. You might have that look on your face already. In some ways I can understand that sentiment. As bloggers, for more than a decade we have leveraged our [...]Show More Summary

Theme Week: Tips and Tricks to Nail Facebook Advertising, a Webinar with Jon Loomer

Jon Loomer, the King of advanced Facebook marketing, recently stopped by ProBlogger.com to share his insight and specialist tips on all things Facebook advertising. Not just for business with big budgets, targeted Facebook ads and a little forethought can be useful for any kind of blogger wanting to reach out to readers. The full webinar [...]Show More Summary

Is Your Blog on a Profitable Path… or Just on a Path?

One of the biggest problems with people that want to get started with their own blog or online business, is that they start a blog but really have no clear direction on where they want to go with it. Unfortunately this usually ends up in the blog owner losing interest in their site, writing content and just wasting their time and efforts. Show More Summary

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