The Biggest Lie in Blogging and How to Disprove it
11th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 16

The Biggest Lie in Blogging and How to Disprove it

This guest post is by Ryan Biddulph of Cashwithatrueconscience.com. You lie to yourself. Every day as a blogger. Okay, maybe you don’t. Maybe you don’t buy in. But you probably do. If you moan about struggling to blog. Writer’s block The lie is writer’s block. You have no ideas. You ...more
Writing Content
6 Practices to Overcome Your Fears of Playing Bigger
10th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 17

6 Practices to Overcome Your Fears of Playing Bigger

This guest post is by Tara Wagner of TheOrganicSister.com. Playing bigger. Putting yourself out there. What others will think? Not being good enough. Most bloggers have had to face those fears at same point. Dreams and goals tend to bring up our ugly stories after all. Being a life coach ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Weekend Project: Take a Blogging Retreat
10th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 17

Weekend Project: Take a Blogging Retreat

As bloggers, we all face challenges. They might be as big as expanding our blog beyond a five-figure income. Or they might be ongoing, like the challenges of finding post ideas, or clearly defining our niches. And we look for answers wherever we can: on our favorite blogs, in ebooks ...more
Featured Posts
How to Build a Dominant Google+ Presence
9th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 34

How to Build a Dominant Google+ Presence

This guest post is by Ryan Howard of Complete Web Resources. Google+ is the hottest game in town when it comes search engine placement gains—at least for the time being. We’ve run multiple tests and so have a few other agencies we know, almost with unanimous consent that preferring Google+ ...more
Social Media
Work With Private Advertisers to Keep them Coming Back
9th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 15

Work With Private Advertisers to Keep them Coming Back

This guest post is by John Burnside of moneyin15minutes.co.uk. If you have a blog or website then I’m sure that you will have looked at various ways to earn a bit of money for all your blood, sweat and tears. There are so many ways to do it. You’ve got ...more
Advertising
Blogging in Brief: Engagement Tools, App Auctions, and Brutal Realism
8th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 13

Blogging in Brief: Engagement Tools, App Auctions, and Brutal Realism

This week has turned up some really interesting ideas for blog reader engagement using technology as well as creative content techniques… Mini reader surveys … and more On Eugen Oprea’s blog, we saw this handy little query form: It’s made with LeadConverter, which you can use on a free subscription ...more
Featured Posts
The Commonsense Approach to Fresh Post Ideas
7th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 31

The Commonsense Approach to Fresh Post Ideas

This guest post is by Ryan Shell of Fashables. If you’re a long-time blogger, you, at some point, have inevitably looked at a blank document on a computer screen and thought to yourself, “I have no idea what I’m going to write about.” And if you’ve never been a blogger, it’s ...more
Writing Content
A Community Starts with 1,000 Members
7th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 22

A Community Starts with 1,000 Members

This guest post is by Jeremy Miller of www.StickyBranding.com. It’s easy to see the successes bloggers like Darren Rowse and Chris Brogan are having with social media and think, “I want that.” Darren’s ProBlogger Facebook page has over 43,000 Likes, and Chris has over 103,000 people following him on Google+. ...more
Blog Promotion
Why People Share … and How You Can Get Them to Share Your Work
6th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 24

Why People Share … and How You Can Get Them to Share Your Work

This guest post is by Jonathan Goodman of www.viralnomics.com. It’s Friday night. You just pulled your new shirt over your head and sprayed on some cologne. One look in the mirror is enough to remind you how awesome you look. Time to roll out. The party doesn’t disappoint. 50 of your ...more
Social Media