Guest Blogger
7 Reasons Why Competition is Good
4th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 34

7 Reasons Why Competition is Good

This guest post is by Sean Houser of StartByDoing.com. I hear a lot of talk directed at new bloggers. Things like, “Stay out of competitive niche markets when you’re blogging. Find smaller, less competitive niches, it’s easier to establish yourself and make money.” While it is fair to say that ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
From 8 Million to 500,000 on Alexa, Fast!
4th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 51

From 8 Million to 500,000 on Alexa, Fast!

This guest post is by Chuck Rylant of ChuckRylant.com. The goal was to find a single resource—a roadmap or blueprint—to take my blog with minimal traffic and turn it into something significant. I was a few months away from launching a book and needed a platform to make it happen. ...more
Blog Promotion
10 Of The Web’s Best Sidebars
3rd of November 2011 Guest Blogger 52

10 Of The Web’s Best Sidebars

This guest post is by the Blog Tyrant. The sidebar is the second most important place on your site. It is where, after engaging with your content, people head over to subscribe to your list, follow you on Twitter, or buy your product. It is vital that you get it ...more
Blog Design
4 Ways to Use Video Logging to Grow Your Community
2nd of November 2011 Guest Blogger 40

4 Ways to Use Video Logging to Grow Your Community

This guest post is by Erin Giles of www.erinmgiles.com. Have you been telling yourself for months that you should start video logging? It wasn’t until I launched my new business that I realized the power that video logging has in growing a business’s community. Procrastinate no more: today I am ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
3 Powerful Reasons Why Taking a Break Will Refuel Your Writing
2nd of November 2011 Guest Blogger 36

3 Powerful Reasons Why Taking a Break Will Refuel Your Writing

This guest post is by Paul Jun. Coffee has been consumed (and hopefully breakfast). Brain is revving, fingers are warm, your neck just cracked in the most awkward way, but it feels great. And . . . Go! Go! . . . G– . . . Sigh. Nothing. Nothing is ...more
Writing Content
How to Use Big Business Finance Principles to Grow Your Email List
1st of November 2011 Guest Blogger 31

How to Use Big Business Finance Principles to Grow Your Email List

This guest post is by Josh Turner of GatewayCFO.com. If you’re like me, you focus most of your attention on the growth of your site. You know that generating revenue is priority number one. Thinking about finance and accounting? That’s just a distraction. While this is true to some extent, ...more
Blog Promotion
What Bloggers Can Learn From Musicians
31st of October 2011 Guest Blogger 40

What Bloggers Can Learn From Musicians

This guest post is by Jamie Northrup of jamienorthrup.com. A lot of the keys to being a successful musician are the same as being a successful blogger. Some of the similarities between these two professionals are that both write a lot, both present their work to an audience, and both ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Want to Make Money Online? Then Stop Reading and Get Moving!
31st of October 2011 Guest Blogger 47

Want to Make Money Online? Then Stop Reading and Get Moving!

This guest post is by Danny Iny of Firepole Marketing. A few weeks ago, I wrote a post here at problogger.net about how Firepole Marketing makes money. I explained that even though we’re less than a year old, we’ve already made over $20,000, and that over half of that came ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Creating Online Courses 101
30th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 51

Creating Online Courses 101

This guest post is by Peep Laja of Traindom. Blog monetization is a tough challenge for a lot of people. In this post I’ll help you overcome it. The best way to make money with your blog (even when your traffic is low) is by selling your own digital products—especially ...more
Blogging for Dollars