Finding Readers Week: Mrs Woog’s Tips to Create Conversations on Your Blog
8th of May 2014 Stacey Roberts 61

Finding Readers Week: Mrs Woog’s Tips to Create Conversations on Your Blog

Today in our Finding Readers week is successful Australian blogger Mrs Woog of Woogsworld. With a thriving Facebook community and a comment section that makes the rest of us green with envy, she’s learned a thing or two in her time. Here she spills all… Engagement. Not just diamond rings ...more
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Finding Readers: Dustin outlines the 5 Crucial Elements for Growing Readership
7th of May 2014 Stacey Roberts 38

Finding Readers: Dustin outlines the 5 Crucial Elements for Growing Readership

In today’s instalment of the Finding Readers theme week, we delve right into Dustin Stout’s incredibly eye-pleasing site, dustn.tv, and hear how he has built a blog people just can’t help but read and share. When I launched dustn.tv in March 2011, I had no idea what I was doing. ...more
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Finding Readers Week: Corinne Talks Commenting, Engagement, and Are Forums Right For Your Blog?
5th of May 2014 Stacey Roberts 46

Finding Readers Week: Corinne Talks Commenting, Engagement, and Are Forums Right For Your Blog?

Welcome to the first post in the Finding Readers series here on ProBlogger.net. Corinne runs the successful blog skinnedcartree.com, and consistently gets genuine engagement from her readers and community across the board. Corinne introduced forums at the beginning of the year and has seen that engagement increase sharply. We are ...more
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Theme Week: How To Find New Readers and Create Community on Your Blog
4th of May 2014 Stacey Roberts 23

Theme Week: How To Find New Readers and Create Community on Your Blog

If you’ve been around this year, you will have seen that we are running a themed week each month, focusing on a specific blogging topic. It is our aim that you will get a great deal of useful tips and info that will arm you with all the things you’ll ...more
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6 Tips for Hosting an Interview Series on Your Blog
2nd of May 2014 Guest Blogger 39

6 Tips for Hosting an Interview Series on Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Kerry Jones of CopyPress Community. Interviews have become popular features on many blogs, and for good reason.  In addition to being fresh content, interviews can help you build relationships with other experts in your niche, provide your audience with different perspectives, and encourage influencers ...more
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Weigh In: Are Personal Blogs and Business Blogs Really That Different?
1st of May 2014 Guest Blogger 49

Weigh In: Are Personal Blogs and Business Blogs Really That Different?

This is a guest contribution from Sabina Stoiciu. Do you remember how it was back in the 90s, when most of us didn’t have a clue about blogs and blogging? Today we can hardly imagine a world without them. And if the first blogs from mid-90s had a personal character ...more
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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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