In a Blog Slump? Here’s What to Do
29th of April 2014 Stacey Roberts 97

In a Blog Slump? Here’s What to Do

“Do you ever want to chuck blogging in sometimes?” came the question at the end of an email recently. “Yep”, I answered. “At least twice, pretty seriously.” It’s a situation I think many of us find ourselves in at some point in our blogging journey: we’re not quite sure, but ...more
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5 Ways to Nail Social Media Branding
28th of April 2014 Guest Blogger 34

5 Ways to Nail Social Media Branding

This is a guest contribution from Miranda Burford of Swiftly. Social media marketing is one of the best ways to attract visitors to your blog. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube are among the hottest components in the modern marketer’s toolkit. But how do you make sure the branding you’ve built on ...more
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How to Take a10-Day Vacation, a 5-Day Business Trip, Get Food Poisoning, and Still Be Able to Write 42 Posts In a Month
25th of April 2014 Guest Blogger 74

How to Take a10-Day Vacation, a 5-Day Business Trip, Get Food Poisoning, and Still Be Able to Write 42 Posts In a Month

This is a guest contribution by Karol K of newInternetOrder.com Just to set things straight… I’m not talking about writing 42 300-word posts. In September last year, I did write 42 web articles in total. Some of them were 2,800 words long. Some just 500. On the average, each article was about ...more
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Want to Market Better? Think Like a Consumer
24th of April 2014 Guest Blogger 29

Want to Market Better? Think Like a Consumer

This is a guest contribution from Moazzam Kamran. Consumer centricity is a hot topic in marketing circles. Organizations across the globe are trying to “get in touch” with the consumer through multiple methodologies. We employ consumer audits, focus groups, in-house visits, in-depth interviews, and various other techniques to try and understand the ...more
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Kick-Start Your Blog With These Engaging Content Suggestions
23rd of April 2014 Guest Blogger 24

Kick-Start Your Blog With These Engaging Content Suggestions

This is a guest contribution from Jonathan Long of Market Domination Media. There is not a specific content strategy that is set in stone for bloggers to follow. Every single blog has a specific target audience, requiring content that engages that blog’s particular audience. What works well for “Blog A” ...more
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How To: Customize HTML of New Getty Images for Your WordPress Blog
22nd of April 2014 Guest Blogger 20

How To: Customize HTML of New Getty Images for Your WordPress Blog

This is a guest contribution from Bhagwad Park of hostoople.com. As we discussed last week, Getty Images recently opened up millions of its images for free usage. Coming from a professional stock photo website, this is a phenomenal step and one that will be greatly appreciated by thousands of bloggers ...more
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Five Quick Grammar Tips to Improve Your Writing – Plus Free Cheat Sheet
21st of April 2014 Guest Blogger 26

Five Quick Grammar Tips to Improve Your Writing – Plus Free Cheat Sheet

This is a guest contribution from Jim Butcher of Mr and Mrs Romance. There’s never really such a thing as a perfect blog post, is there? There’s always something else you could have done, something more you could have added. Another, better way you could have phrased a sentence. And ...more
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9 Crucial Tips for Self-Editing Your Blog Posts (That Every Blogger Can Use)
18th of April 2014 Guest Blogger 58

9 Crucial Tips for Self-Editing Your Blog Posts (That Every Blogger Can Use)

This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke of Zen Optimise. Have you ever glanced at a post the day after publishing it … only to notice a glaring error? In an ideal world, you’d have a professional editor helping with your posts, making careful adjustments and double-checking things with ...more
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Canvassing ProBlogger Readers: How Have You Built Your Readership?
17th of April 2014 Stacey Roberts 26

Canvassing ProBlogger Readers: How Have You Built Your Readership?

As you might be aware, each month this year we are running a themed week – delving in deep the topics that are of the most interest to you. We started with creating content, moved on to resources for newbie bloggers just starting out, and this month we had an ...more
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