Does Your Blog Have a Mission Statement?
12th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 25

Does Your Blog Have a Mission Statement?

This guest post is from Adam Gottlieb of The Frugal Entrepreneur. These days, if you go on a search for the magic formula that will make your blog successful, you’ll find no shortage of advice. Plenty of people are all too happy to tell you how to run your blog. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
The SnapnDeals Story
11th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 12

The SnapnDeals Story

This guest post is by the Web Marketing Ninja. A couple of weeks ago, I put together a post exploring the blog growth conundrum. If you read that post, you might remember that I concluded that when your growth slows, you might need to look inside your own wallet for the ...more
Blogging for Dollars
5 More Reasons Why All Students Should Be Bloggers
10th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 33

5 More Reasons Why All Students Should Be Bloggers

This guest post is by Hugh Grigg of East Asia Student. Guest blogger Michael White has already written an excellent article on student blogging, looking at the career benefits of blogging for students. He’s covered that area better than I could have (I’m still at university), but here I want to look ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
9 Content Lessons Ted Turner Can Teach You
10th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 21

9 Content Lessons Ted Turner Can Teach You

This guest post is by Scott Aughtmon of RecessionsSolution.com. He wasn’t planning on becoming a media mogul. He just wanted his father’s billboard business to succeed. But the content strategy that Ted Turner stumbled upon would change his life forever. This is the story of how hardworking Ted Turner became a ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
A Battle of Two Blogs: Obama v. Romney
9th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 9

A Battle of Two Blogs: Obama v. Romney

This guest post is by Andrew Bart. Now that both U.S. political parties have concluded the respective coronations of their chosen candidates, it’s time for them to head into real battle in the weeks leading up to the November 6 election. What tools are both candidates arming themselves with to ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
5 Email Engagement Lessons from the Big Social Networks
9th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 11

5 Email Engagement Lessons from the Big Social Networks

This guest post is by Lior Levin. Email remains one of the best ways to increase the reach of your blog and to increase engagement with your readers, since it requires a choice to opt in and is delivered directly to inboxes. But if you abuse or misuse email while ...more
Blog Promotion
Writing for a Diverse Audience, Part 2
8th of October 2012 Darren Rowse 20

Writing for a Diverse Audience, Part 2

Last week’s post on writing for a diverse audience sparked a great discussion, with some really interesting thoughts contributed by bloggers at all stages of building a blog, and from a range of markets and niches. One thing that really struck me about these conversations was that bloggers seem to ...more
Featured Posts
Essential HTML for Bloggers Part 2
7th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 43

Essential HTML for Bloggers Part 2

This guest post is by Matt Setter of MaltBlue.com. If you were with us yesterday, Part 1 of this series will have put you in very good stead for making sure the code of your blog posts is perfect HTML! As you’ll recall, yesterday we looked at: What is a tag? ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Essential HTML for Bloggers Part 1
6th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 50

Essential HTML for Bloggers Part 1

This guest post is by Matt Setter of MaltBlue.com. In the modern-world of blogging, there are so many blogging platforms to choose from. From the venerable WordPress, TypePad and Drupal to other great tools, such as Habari, Typo3 and CushyCMS amongst others. All of these make building a professional and stunning ...more
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