Why No One Wants Your Free Download (And 5 Steps to Make It a Must-Have)
11th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 60

Why No One Wants Your Free Download (And 5 Steps to Make It a Must-Have)

This guest post is by Sophie Lizard of Beafreelanceblogger.com. You finally released your free download. It took a lot of work to prepare, but you believed it would all be worthwhile. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do, right? Give something away to get something in return, like email addresses ...more
Blog Promotion
Blogging in Brief: Goal-Setting … and Reaching!
11th of January 2013 Darren Rowse 13

Blogging in Brief: Goal-Setting … and Reaching!

It’s that time of year: we’re all setting goals and making plans for the next twelve months (if we haven’t already!). And the blogosphere is a great place to get inspiration for setting and meeting those goals… That time of year… Many of our favorite blogs have published posts that ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Dear Bloggers, I Apologise. Regards, the SEO Industry
10th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 45

Dear Bloggers, I Apologise. Regards, the SEO Industry

This guest post is by Daylan Pearce of Next Digital. There are three common reactions I get from people when I tell them what it is I do for a job. “What is that?” “Oh that’s cool, how does that work?” *Rolls eyes* “Oh riiiight, you’re one of those guys!” ...more
Search Engine Optimization
3 No-nonsense Strategies for Profitable Part-time Blogging
10th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 28

3 No-nonsense Strategies for Profitable Part-time Blogging

This is a guest post by Matt Alden S. of DividendMonk.com. If you’re blogging as a part-time income stream rather than a full-time profession, then your priorities can be substantially different from the fill-time blogger’s. A full-time problogger will likely focus on maximizing overall revenue, whereas a part-time problogger will ...more
Blogging for Dollars
The ProBlogger Top 20 of 2012: What YOU Read Most This Year
9th of January 2013 Darren Rowse 38

The ProBlogger Top 20 of 2012: What YOU Read Most This Year

Welcome to 2013! Are you ready for the year ahead? If you’re like me, and you’re just getting back into the swing of things (or still on break!), you might be scratching your head trying to remember all the important lessons you learned last year. So to help you out, ...more
Featured Posts
Make an Offer they Can’t Refuse: 5 Tactics for Stronger Calls to Action
9th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 16

Make an Offer they Can’t Refuse: 5 Tactics for Stronger Calls to Action

This guest post is by Christopher Jan Benitez of PrintRunner.com. For site owners to increase their profit, they need to strengthen their calls to action (CTA). Websites earn from visitors who click on a button or banner. This leads them down the conversation funnel until they reach the end of ...more
Blog Design
Blog Design for ROI Rule #6: KISS Headers, Navigation, and Sidebars
8th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 20

Blog Design for ROI Rule #6: KISS Headers, Navigation, and Sidebars

This guest post is by Gab Goldenberg, author of The Advanced SEO Book. This post is the sixth in a series on blog design for ROI. Previous posts in the series were: Prioritize the Optin Form Highlight Your Key Content Show Love To Your Community Make Posts Easy To Read Engage ...more
Blog Design
10 Essential WordPress Security Plugins For 2013
8th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 39

10 Essential WordPress Security Plugins For 2013

This guest post is by Anders Vinther of The WordPress Security Checklist. Now that we have left 2012 behind, we can start planning 2013. And there is no better time to review the security plugins you use on your WordPress site. Last year important new security plugins were released, and ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
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7th of January 2013 Jade Craven 101

15 Bloggers to Watch in 2013

Welcome to the 2013 edition of Bloggers to Watch. My work has changed a lot over the past year—I’ve been focused a lot on the Australian blogger community, and on curators—so this post is very centered on those communities. This is the last time I’ll be writing this yearly round-up. ...more
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