Guest Blogger
How Having A Blogging Coach Changed My Life
10th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 26

How Having A Blogging Coach Changed My Life

This guest post is by Peter Sinclair of http://www.motivationalmemo.com. I have been in business for well over 25 years. I in fact owned my first business at the age of 18. Though for many of those years I never, ever thought about the importance of having a mentor or a ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Traffic: Stop Thinking in Numbers, Start Thinking in Words
9th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 41

Traffic: Stop Thinking in Numbers, Start Thinking in Words

Recently I’ve been writing down the frequently asked questions from my SEO clients. Here’s a few you may recognize: How much traffic do I need to make $10,000 a month in revenue? How do I get people to click like on my Facebook page? Why is no one following me ...more
Blog Promotion
7 Ways to Make Testimonials Work Harder for You
9th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 26

7 Ways to Make Testimonials Work Harder for You

This post was written by the Web Marketing Ninja—a professional online marketer for a major web brand, who’s sharing his tips undercover here at ProBlogger. Curious? So are we! While some of us are true trailblazers, the rest of us a’re happy to walk a path previously traveled. Yes, our ...more
Blogging for Dollars
How to Win Readers and Make Them Stick
8th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 58

How to Win Readers and Make Them Stick

This guest post is by Gabrielle Conde of Mission Engage. “Create a memorable experience.” That’s great advice for businesses and large retail chains, but you’re wondering how it applies to your blog. You probably started blogging because you know something about an industry like technology or writing. You want to ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
The Tortoise and the Hare: a Blogger’s Tale
8th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 27

The Tortoise and the Hare: a Blogger’s Tale

This guest post is by Chris The Traffic Blogger. I was out living the Internet lifestyle a little bit ago(you know, cruising to Bermuda) and I started talking to a random stranger at a bar on the boat we were sailing on. I had some time to kill while I ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Keep Your Blog Hacker, Spammer, and Spyware-free
7th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 41

How to Keep Your Blog Hacker, Spammer, and Spyware-free

This guest post is by Sean Sullivan of F-Secure. It’s a notion that strikes fear deep in the heart of every blogger. No, we’re not talking about getting dooced (fired for blogging). We’re talking about waking up in the morning, loading up your blog, and finding a screen that looks ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
A Superior Writing Method
6th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 82

A Superior Writing Method

This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. Picture this: you have just finished writing and editing a magnificent piece. The next morning you sit down with your favorite warm beverage to read your masterpiece once more. But as you reread the post, you realize it is about ...more
Writing Content
Is Traffic Potential a Good Proxy for Link Quality?
6th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 28

Is Traffic Potential a Good Proxy for Link Quality?

This guest post is by Mark of GiftedSEO.com. Since Google’s recent Panda Update, the world of SEO and blogging has been buzzing, and while there have been some innocent sites caught in the crossfire, the one thing most people will agree on is that Google has once and for all ...more
Search Engine Optimization
5 Reasons to Be Authentic Instead of Generic
5th of June 2011 Guest Blogger 52

5 Reasons to Be Authentic Instead of Generic

This guest post is by Nihara of Doing Too Much. I’ll never forget what my sister said when I showed her the first iteration of my blog.  “BOH-ring!,” she announced after scrolling through the first few posts.  “It’s all so very dull and generic.” Fortunately, she did have some constructive ...more
Writing Content