Niche Travel Blogging Demystified
3rd of February 2011 Guest Blogger 29

Niche Travel Blogging Demystified

This guest post is by Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site. If you look at all the travel blogs out there, you’ll notice many common themes. People tend to write a blog that falls into an overarching category like cruises, backpacking, solo travel, or digital nomad travel. They don’t ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Use YouTube to Build Your Blog’s Audience
2nd of February 2011 Guest Blogger 95

Use YouTube to Build Your Blog’s Audience

This guest post s by David Edwards of Candy. For most people who are in their first year of launching a blog, it seems like a headache just to reach 1,000 unique visitors. I would have been in the same boat if it wasn’t for You Tube. I put more ...more
Blog Promotion
10 David Ogilvy Quotes that Could Revolutionize Your Blogging
2nd of February 2011 Darren Rowse 123

10 David Ogilvy Quotes that Could Revolutionize Your Blogging

This week, I’ve been reading The King of Madison Avenue—an interesting biography of ad man David Ogilvy (aff). I’ve always been fascinated with Ogilvy and see a lot in what he’s done as relevant to bloggers. So here’s some of his more famous quotes, with a few thoughts on how ...more
Featured Posts
Use Google Reading Level to Improve Your Blog Message
1st of February 2011 Guest Blogger 41

Use Google Reading Level to Improve Your Blog Message

This guest post is by Rhys Wynne of the Winwar Media Blog. Last month, Google launched its new Google Reading Level feature. What this does is algorithmically work out the reading level of the search results, to help users more easily decide which search results to click on. How is ...more
Writing Content
Understanding the Difference Between “Want” and “Want to Buy”
31st of January 2011 Guest Blogger 46

Understanding the Difference Between “Want” and “Want to Buy”

This guest post is by Ryan Barton of The Smart Marketing Blog. As I was sitting at a café over breakfast, the couple nearby flipped through their Sunday paper. As I tend to do, I eavesdropped on their conversation. “Will you look at that bedding? That’s wonderful!” “Oh my God, ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Will Your Blog Be Big? Or Great?
30th of January 2011 Guest Blogger 132

Will Your Blog Be Big? Or Great?

This guest post is by Marjorie Clayman of Clayman Advertising. Recently, it was announced that Richard Thompson was going to be awarded the OBE by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Your response, in any order, might be, “Who cares?” and “Who is Richard Thompson?” Richard Thompson has a career in music ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
You Have a Niche! You Just Don’t Know It Yet
29th of January 2011 Guest Blogger 98

You Have a Niche! You Just Don’t Know It Yet

This guest post is by Heather Eigler of HomeToHeather.com Yes, you do have a niche. You’ve likely read it a thousand times on blogs about blogging. Two of the number one pieces of advice are ‘choose your niche wisely’ and ‘write what you know.’ So what if you aren’t wise ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Social Media … or Social Blogmarking?
28th of January 2011 Guest Blogger 71

Social Media … or Social Blogmarking?

This is a guest post by Devesh of Blokube. What is “blogmarking”? Many of us already use and understand social media, but very few of us tap into the great and growing potential of social blogmarking sites. Blogmarking is the process of you bookmarking your blog post on a blog ...more
Social Media
Time Management for Travel Bloggers … and Others
27th of January 2011 Guest Blogger 41

Time Management for Travel Bloggers … and Others

This guest post is written by Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site. While I hate the name, I am, to some degree, a digital nomad. I spend my time traveling the world and working as I go. By that very definition, I’m a digital nomad. But unlike most other ...more
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