If Your Email Newsletter Isn’t Generating Cash, You’re Doing Something Wrong
30th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 22

If Your Email Newsletter Isn’t Generating Cash, You’re Doing Something Wrong

This guest post is by Kelly Crawford of Generation Cedar. The most important tool available to a blogger is his email subscriber list. It is the easiest and fastest way to increase sales. You probably already know that the readers who have voluntarily signed up to hear more of what ...more
Blog Promotion
27 Awesome Ways to Get People to Listen to You
29th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 45

27 Awesome Ways to Get People to Listen to You

This guest post is by Nick Thacker of livehacked.com. I’ve been creating stuff lately—blog posts, articles, tweets, videos, ebooks, etc.—and I realized something: The biggest struggle I’ve had during it all was getting people to listen. While blogging and submitting articles, leaving tons of comments, and submitting guest posts, can garner ...more
Blog Promotion
How to Write a Great Paragraph
28th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 24

How to Write a Great Paragraph

This guest post is by James Chartrand of Damn Fine Words. There are eight million posts out there about how to write a great headline. Copyblogger’s written about half of them. I’ve written a few myself. But you know what none of us tell you? What to do after the ...more
Writing Content
Four Reader Myths You Can Safely Ignore
28th of April 2012 Georgina Laidlaw 17

Four Reader Myths You Can Safely Ignore

In blogging, we often talk about the reader or the visitor, and what our audiences like (or don’t!). A lot of blanket statements are made around the ways we approach and connect with our audiences. But many of these ideas are little more than myth. Let’s look at four of ...more
Writing Content
And the Winners Are … #QldBlog
27th of April 2012 Darren Rowse 47

And the Winners Are … #QldBlog

As promised earlier in the week, today I’ve got great pleasure in naming the winners of the Great Barrier Reef Queensland Blogger Correspondent competition. 767 bloggers entered the competition. They came from an amazing array of counties (52 in all)—from the US, UK, Germany, Australia, Spain, Malaysia, Belize, Netherlands, Canada, ...more
ProBlogger Site News
Unearthing Your Blog’s Money Pages
27th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 10

Unearthing Your Blog’s Money Pages

This guest post is by the Web Marketing Ninja. Earlier today, Greg explored the question of pricing products that you’re creating for sale on your blog. Setting the right price for your products is extremely important, but I wanted to take that discussion one step further for those who are already ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Build Blog Products That Sell 4: Price Your Product
27th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 27

Build Blog Products That Sell 4: Price Your Product

This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. If you’re late to this particular party, we’ve been spending the last few weeks examining ways to monetize your blog in an era when readers are holding onto their wallets more tightly than ever. Sure, you can make money by ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Come Help Me Celebrate My 40th Birthday with @CharityWater
26th of April 2012 Darren Rowse 33

Come Help Me Celebrate My 40th Birthday with @CharityWater

Tomorrow is my birthday, and it’s one of those big ones: I’m turning 40! Life’s been so busy lately—with blogging, three kids, my photographic obsession, and the other organizations I give time to—so I’ve not had a lot of time to ponder what being 40 years of age really means ...more
Featured Posts
Introducing Blekko, the Self-curated Search Engine
26th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 8

Introducing Blekko, the Self-curated Search Engine

This guest post is by Philip Rudy of ImageWorks Studio. Have you used Blekko yet? It’s the search engine that prides itself on human curation. You as the user can actually tailor your own personal search results, which begs the question: does Blekko have some type of insight into blending “search ...more
Search Engine Optimization