Guest Blogger
Don’t Let Your Blog Get Caught with its Pants Down
21st of August 2011 Guest Blogger 69

Don’t Let Your Blog Get Caught with its Pants Down

This guest post is by Joseph of Blog Tweaks. I know a guy who went on a backpacking trip in Ghana. One leg of his trip stood out—a five hour bus ride from Kumasi to Cape Coast. This particular ride started at 4:30 a.m. Yes, that’s crazy early, but it ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Have We Reached Blog Overload?
20th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 158

Have We Reached Blog Overload?

This guest post is by LA Juice, of www.la-juice.com. Saturated, overloaded, “all full up.” These are the words and phrases I think of when I look at the blogging world. Especially in the context of gaining new followers when you aren’t teaching, selling, or giving valuable books and prizes away. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
5 Simple Font Changes to Boost Readers, Comments, and Shares on Your Blog
19th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 66

5 Simple Font Changes to Boost Readers, Comments, and Shares on Your Blog

This guest post is by Bnonn of Attentionthievery.info. You may not realize it, but the font settings on your blog can have a huge effect on how many people read your content. And how many people read your content has a huge effect on whether a post goes viral. How ...more
Blog Design
7 Lessons I Learned by Starting Over with Blogging
19th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 98

7 Lessons I Learned by Starting Over with Blogging

This guest post is by Jeff Goins of Goins, Writer Six months ago, I was frustrated with my blog. I felt stuck and stymied. I had written on it for nearly five years and built a small, but steady, stream of traffic. But there was just one problem: it wasn’t ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Writing for Mobile Blog Readers
18th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 16

Writing for Mobile Blog Readers

This guest post is by Brian Milne of the BlogHyped Blog Promotion Community. As far as you know, your blog is mobile friendly. You’ve optimized the design for mobile devices using plugins such as WPtouch. You’ve started serving Google mobile ads. Heck, you even have your own mobile app. But ...more
Writing Content
Let Twitter Improve Your Copy Editing
17th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 30

Let Twitter Improve Your Copy Editing

This guest post is by Jason of FindingMyFitness.com. You know that one of the “tricks” to writing great posts is to keeping the content short, crisp, and clear. So why is that so hard to do? Adopting the Twitter method Ever write a great tweet and have to shorten it ...more
Writing Content
Interview: Benny Lewis of FluentIn3Months
17th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 13

Interview: Benny Lewis of FluentIn3Months

This guest post is by Kevin Muldoon of KevinMuldoon.com. Recently, I interviewed Benny Lewis, the man behind the successful blog Fluent In 3 Months. Over the last month or so I have been organising everything for my move to South America. Since reading The Motorcycle Diaries at University in my ...more
Case Studies
3 Questions to Ask Before You Publish Your Next Blog Post
16th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 61

3 Questions to Ask Before You Publish Your Next Blog Post

This guest post is by Eric Transue of erictransue.net. “Warning: this post may cause dizziness.” This is not a warning you want to put at the top of a blog post. But guess what? Many should. Why? Because some blog posts leave visitors feeling dizzy and confused. They come in ...more
Writing Content
FeedBurner vs. Aweber: Do You Really Need an Autoresponder for Your Blog?
16th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 57

FeedBurner vs. Aweber: Do You Really Need an Autoresponder for Your Blog?

This guest post is by Aman Basanti of Ageofmarketing.com. When it comes to turning casual visitors into regular readers there are two main options—FeedBurner and Aweber. FeedBurner uses Feed-based technology (RSS and Atom) to send updates to your blog subscribers. Owned by Google (Google bought it in 2007 for $100 million), ...more
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