Monetizing Your Blog with a Clean Design, Tribal Headhunter Warriors, and Fine Art Nudes
31st of August 2011 Guest Blogger 14

Monetizing Your Blog with a Clean Design, Tribal Headhunter Warriors, and Fine Art Nudes

This guest post is by Glen Allison of www.GlenAllison.com. This is a case study outlining my three-step website development and the graphic design aspects of my blog monetization. As a visual artist, when I finally decided to start monetizing my blog, one of my primary concerns was to maintain the ...more
General
White-Hat SEO + Social Media = Link Bait Magic
31st of August 2011 Guest Blogger 36

White-Hat SEO + Social Media = Link Bait Magic

This guest post is by Ben Jackson of SEODiscovery.org. You’re a blogger. You want traffic. You know between nothing and a lot about SEO? Perfect. Most people are intimidated by SEO and just as many have no clue what it’s all about. This is exactly why corporations waste thousands upon ...more
Search Engine Optimization
Boost Your Blog #2: Start an Email Newsletter
31st of August 2011 Darren Rowse 15

Boost Your Blog #2: Start an Email Newsletter

Continuing our discussion of things you could be doing right now to boost your blog, today’s tip is: 2. Start an email newsletter This is another tactic that I know many bloggers are convinced of. But for one reason or another it’s seen as something they’ll do “one day”—maybe when ...more
Blog Promotion
The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing – 31 Steps to a Profitable Blog
30th of August 2011 Darren Rowse 49

The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing – 31 Steps to a Profitable Blog

Today we’re launching a brand new ProBlogger Resource – something we’ve been working on for many months now – The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing – 31 Steps to a Profitable Blog. It is a Kit that is all about helping you create an income that sustains your blog. Created ...more
ProBlogger Site News
11 Blog Proofreading Tips You Can’t Afford to Ignore
30th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 65

11 Blog Proofreading Tips You Can’t Afford to Ignore

This guest post is by Luke Palder of ProofreadingServices.Us. It should come as no surprise that writing for a blog is different from writing for other types of media. Blogs are free to read and there are tons of them, so people tend to decide very quickly if they’d like ...more
Writing Content
Boost Your Blog #1: Create a Product
30th of August 2011 Darren Rowse 27

Boost Your Blog #1: Create a Product

Yesterday I gave an example of something I’d been putting off doing to improve my blog—even though I knew it would have long-term benefits. Today I want to continue on that theme and being to suggest a number of areas that bloggers could be investing time into today—and enjoying payoffs ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Take Vacation Time From Your Blogging Business
30th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 16

Take Vacation Time From Your Blogging Business

This guest post is by Stephanie Foster of Home With the Kids. I did something recently I haven’t done in a long time. I took a vacation from my blogging business just about entirely. For once on vacation, I didn’t spend the evenings making up for lost time. I didn’t ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
My Best Product, My Best Launch, My Best Month – Ninjafied
29th of August 2011 Darren Rowse 2

My Best Product, My Best Launch, My Best Month – Ninjafied

Last week the mysterious Web Marketing Ninja released a free PDF mind map here on ProBlogger (with accompanying video) that walked readers through his in depth strategies for turning a Blog into a Business. The feedback from that MindMap and video were great and I had a steady flow of ...more
Other Income Streams
Spice Up Your Blog with a Virtual Blogging Team
29th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 15

Spice Up Your Blog with a Virtual Blogging Team

This guest post is by Luis Cruz of Pepper Virtual Assistant. Blogging is simple. You produce quality content, react to commenters, watch your stats grow, rinse, repeat. Blogging is also labor-intensive, time-consuming, and tiring. Producing quality content regularly can be draining, managing comments can get exhausting, and don’t even get ...more
Writing Content