What I Learned From Liars and Journalists, and How it Made Me a Better Blogger
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What I Learned From Liars and Journalists, and How it Made Me a Better Blogger

This guest post is by Austin Gunter, of WP Engine. Trust Me, I’m Lying – Confessions of a Media Manipulator is the title of Ryan Holiday’s new book about the tactics cutting-edge bloggers use to drive hundreds of thousands of viewers to their blogs, seven days a week, 365 days ...more
Writing Content
The Problem with Almost All Blogs—and An Easy Solution
31st of August 2012 Guest Blogger 21

The Problem with Almost All Blogs—and An Easy Solution

This guest post is by John Trayhorn of the ECHO Affiliate Blog. This post describes a problem that affects almost all bloggers, and almost certainly affects you. Implement these changes, and you should see page views, revenues and social sharing soar. How it begins You start off a great blog. ...more
Blog Promotion
What to Put Above the Fold on Your Blog, And Why
30th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 45

What to Put Above the Fold on Your Blog, And Why

This guest post is by the Blog Tyrant. The Blog Tyrant is a 26 year old Australian guy who plays video games at lunch time and sells blogsfor $20,000 a pop.
Blog Design
Seven Traffic Techniques for Bloggers—and Metrics to Measure Them
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Seven Traffic Techniques for Bloggers—and Metrics to Measure Them

Over the last couple of months here at Problogger.net, we’ve taken a tour of the traffic techniques that are essential to bloggers. While not all bloggers use or focus on all techniques, the ones we’ve covered probably make up the core traffic tools used by bloggers today: search engine optimization ...more
Blog Promotion
Top 10 WordPress Security Myths
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Top 10 WordPress Security Myths

This guest post is by Anders Vinther of The WordPress Security Checklist. WordPress Security is about as sexy as cleaning your house. And as a serious blogger, you already know that securing your site properly is not a trivial task. That makes it a fantastic topic for myth fabrication. In ...more
Blog Networks
The Secret to Crazy-Happy Blogging
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The Secret to Crazy-Happy Blogging

This guest post is by Lisa Cash Hanson of Mompreneuer Mogul. “Try to discover The road to success And you’ll seek but never find, But blaze your own path And the road to success Will trail right behind.” —Robert Brault I’ve spent much of my life mastering the art of impersonations—basically ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
10 Steps to a Sales Page That Doesn’t Suck
28th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 36

10 Steps to a Sales Page That Doesn’t Suck

This guest post is by Jessica Albon of ThriveYourTribe.com, In general, writing comes pretty easily to me. When I’m in the flow (which is relatively often), I can write about 2000 words in an hour. And yet when it comes time to write a sales page for myself, my writing flow ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Sharing One Journey: New Ways to Continually Engage Your Users
28th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 19

Sharing One Journey: New Ways to Continually Engage Your Users

This guest post is by Rob Summerfield of Newsgrape. Kicking off and running a blog can be quite a challenge. Strong bloggers have to be adept at tweaking their SEO, covering performance-related issues, and constantly supplying a reliable stream of quality content. Many bloggers that I encounter feel very strongly ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Write Like Your Teacher Told You Not To
27th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 32

How to Write Like Your Teacher Told You Not To

This guest post is by Karol K of 100WPthemes.com. These days, everyone’s a blogger. I’m a blogger, you’re a blogger, most people who end up commenting on this post will be bloggers too. And literally every one of us has the main goal of providing the elusive “quality content”. However, ...more
Writing Content