Advice from Famous Authors a Blog Writer Could Use Today
21st of November 2012 Guest Blogger 26

Advice from Famous Authors a Blog Writer Could Use Today

This guest post is by Colin Olson of Fresh Essays. Every high-school superstar longs to follow in his sport hero’s footsteps. Small business owners idolize those on the Fortune 500 list. Likewise, blog writers can hope for the greatness of past literary giants. While many of the world’s most famous ...more
Writing Content
Branding Your Blog: You’re Doing it All Wrong
21st of November 2012 Guest Blogger 30

Branding Your Blog: You’re Doing it All Wrong

This guest post is by Julie Cottineau of BrandTwist. A while ago, on this very blog, I read a post about how to make a five-dollar logo for your blog. There were a few things about that post I disagreed with, but chief among them was the assumption that a ...more
Blog Promotion
How to Write a Must-read Product Review
20th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 30

How to Write a Must-read Product Review

This guest post is by Karol K. Reviews are one of the more common types of content on the internet. I’m sure you’ve looked for a review of a given product yourself once or twice. However, being on the receiving end of a review, so to speak, is a completely ...more
Writing Content
Blog Design for ROI, Rule 1: Prioritize the Opt-in Form
20th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 23

Blog Design for ROI, Rule 1: Prioritize the Opt-in Form

This guest post is by Gab Goldenberg, author of The Advanced SEO Book. Are you writing phenomenal posts only to have your poor design fail you? Here’s how to fix that, with rules that will guide you whether you create a custom theme or just pick a theme and adapt ...more
Blogging for Dollars
One Essential Characteristic of a Pro Blogger [Not Your Everyday Blog Writing Advice]
19th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 32

One Essential Characteristic of a Pro Blogger [Not Your Everyday Blog Writing Advice]

Each week, my Content manager Georgina turns away around 20 or so posts for publication at ProBlogger. She tells me that maybe 5-10% of those are of a publishable standard, but they just don’t fit our audience or purpose. The rest aren’t pro-level pieces. Forget for a moment that these ...more
Featured Posts
The 4-Step Guide to Building Your Authority
18th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 33

The 4-Step Guide to Building Your Authority

This guest post is by Derek of Fear No Goal. If you want people to visit your blog—and stay there—you have to be an authority figure. This is definitely true if you are trying to solve a common problem. You have to know and understand what you are talking about. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
10 Ways to Woo Would-be Advertisers on Your Blog
18th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 12

10 Ways to Woo Would-be Advertisers on Your Blog

This guest post is by Anup Kayastha of MoneyMakingModes.com. Earning money through blogging is an attractive and viable income source. But it is not possible unless your blog have relevant, current, and useful information for your readers. That will not only help increase traffic to your blog: it will also ...more
Advertising
Set a Posting Schedule that Encourages Shares and Pageviews
17th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 21

Set a Posting Schedule that Encourages Shares and Pageviews

This guest post is by Lindsey Dahlberg of Bloggingtips.com. We’ve all heard the saying, “great content gets shared.” But what happens if yours isn’t getting shared? Does that mean you don’t have great content? Not necessarily. It could mean you have top-notch content, but you’re not posting it at the ...more
Writing Content
Courting Brands to Collaborate on Your Blog: A Complete Guide
17th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 5

Courting Brands to Collaborate on Your Blog: A Complete Guide

This guest post is by Anshu of Blooms And Bugs. You may have seen other bloggers working with different brands and wondered how they did it. You may have also considered if it was a good thing to emulate. I’m a sewing blogger and in my one and half years ...more
Blogging for Dollars