5 Ways to Use Images to Make Your Posts Irresistible
16th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 47

5 Ways to Use Images to Make Your Posts Irresistible

This week on #blogchat on Twitter, we discussed the use of images in blog posts, and I thought that some of the advice we covered there might be useful for you too. So here are my top tips for using images in your blog posts. 1. Use an image per ...more
Blog Design
The Day A Spider Monkey Tried to Kill Me (And What it Taught Me About Getting More Blog Readers)
16th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 11

The Day A Spider Monkey Tried to Kill Me (And What it Taught Me About Getting More Blog Readers)

This guest post is by Logan Marshall of the Free Life Project. The hot Costa Rican sun filters through the canopy, warming my back as I walk up a small path towards the house where I am staying. I can hear the calls of howler monkeys in the distance, echoing through ...more
Writing Content
The Shocking Truth about Consistent Blogging Success: How to Find Your Voice
15th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 25

The Shocking Truth about Consistent Blogging Success: How to Find Your Voice

This guest post is by Bill Zipp of billzipponbusiness.com/. It’s one of the greatest feelings in the world! You write something on your blog that goes viral. Likes explode, comments go crazy, tweets multiply, and open rates are off the charts. That’s what’s great about blogging. So when the dust ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
5 Steps to SEO Friendly Split Testing, Sans Stress
15th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 8

5 Steps to SEO Friendly Split Testing, Sans Stress

This guest post is by Justine Smith of FreshBooks. Split testing. For many bloggers, the very words inspire visions of code and feelings of stress. Also called A/B testing, split testing is an art that allows you to divvy up your blog visitors so one group sees a slightly different ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Curate a Best-Of Post that Gets Read, Used, and Shared
14th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 17

Curate a Best-Of Post that Gets Read, Used, and Shared

One of the posts I’m featuring in the carousel on Digital Photography School at the moment is the Best of dPS. If you haven’t compiled a best-of list of your most-loved posts yet, you should. It’s very sharable: Take your best posts, make them into one post, and you can ...more
Featured Posts
The Benefits of Being a Transparent Blogger [Case Study]
14th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 23

The Benefits of Being a Transparent Blogger [Case Study]

This guest post is by Ashley Bennett of Ashley-Bennett.com. One of the most successful bloggers online right now is also one of the most transparent. You probably know him as Pat. Pat is the owner of the successful website and podcast entitled Smart Passive Income. Smart Passive Income is all ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Blog In the Moment (or What Acting School Taught Me About Being a Better Blogger)
13th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 16

How to Blog In the Moment (or What Acting School Taught Me About Being a Better Blogger)

This guest post is by Tommy Walker of Inside The Mind.  Editor’s note: We’ve broken ProBlogger’s ban on offensive language for this post, as we feel it’s necessary in this particular piece. If harsh language offends you, you may want to skip this one.    In the Summer of 2005 I graduated from ...more
Writing Content
This Week, Try Something New
12th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 22

This Week, Try Something New

In the last few weeks I’ve had the privilege to meet a lot of bloggers at various on and offline events. These have been great experiences that have really opened my eyes to what others are doing on their blogs, and with their audiences. It’s been a great time for ...more
Featured Posts
Find Yourself … and Find Your Niche
11th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 20

Find Yourself … and Find Your Niche

This guest post is by Kid In The Front Row. I once watched an interview with Ricky Gervais, where he talked about how a lot of people don’t like his stand up comedy. He said he didn’t care. All he needs is 5,000 people in each town to fill a ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips