Guest Blogger
Four Ways to Make a Captivating First Impression with Your Blog In a Reader’s Market
29th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 36

Four Ways to Make a Captivating First Impression with Your Blog In a Reader’s Market

This guest post is by Bill Post of 123Print.com Business Card Design. In real estate, first impressions are everything. Even though the color of the front door would be easy and affordable to repaint, it’s one of the first things a potential buyer notices. If your door is red and ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Everything’s Already Been Said. Now What?
28th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 78

Everything’s Already Been Said. Now What?

This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. Over the course of human history, nearly everything has already been written about extensively. Despite this, more people are writing than ever before. It’s because there will always be more to say. It is very challenging to write completely original ...more
Writing Content
Why Bloggers Should Also Be Freelance Writers
27th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 55

Why Bloggers Should Also Be Freelance Writers

This guest post is by Ali Hale of DailyWritingTips.com. Blogging can feel like a long, hard road—especially when you’re starting out. You haven’t hit 100 subscribers, let alone 1,000, and it feels like you’re writing into a vacuum. And even when you’re a little way down that blogging road, it ...more
Blogging for Dollars
9 Ways to Better Protect Your Blog
26th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 46

9 Ways to Better Protect Your Blog

Warren Wooden is the owner and CEO of PLR Internet Marketing. When I think of the amount of time that I’ve invested into my blog and its resources I’m absolutely staggered by the thought of losing any part of it. So I’ve taken certain steps to protect myself, as well ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
7 Ways to Rescue Your Business Blog From the Blahs
25th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 69

7 Ways to Rescue Your Business Blog From the Blahs

This guest post is by Jennifer Brown Banks of Penandprosper. A recent Google search in preparation for this piece revealed over 40 million entries for the term “business blog.“ That makes for a whole lot of niche competition. A compelling reason to seek strategies to stand out to stay in ...more
Business Blogging
What to Do When a Commenter Goes Rogue
24th of May 2011 Guest Blogger 77

What to Do When a Commenter Goes Rogue

This guest post is by Gail Brenner, Ph.D. of A Flourishing Life. It started innocently enough. Heartfelt comments, sharing a personal story, and a genuine interest in the topics I write about. But as the postings got longer, rambling, more personal, and more frequent—up to four a day in addition ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Curing the Dreaded Blogger’s Malaise
23rd of May 2011 Guest Blogger 48

Curing the Dreaded Blogger’s Malaise

This guest post is by Steff of steffmetal.com. Right now, your blog is still new and shiny and everything is awesome, but one day, you’ll be hit with an unsettling dread at the thought of writing another post; the sudden realization that you just don’t care about deleting all the ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Finding Your Blog’s Unique Voice
22nd of May 2011 Guest Blogger 85

Finding Your Blog’s Unique Voice

This guest post is by Jeff Goins of Goins, Writer. Your blog needs a voice. Like Pavarotti, it can resonate with power that is full of sophistication.

 Or, like Dave Grohl, it can scream and shout with disenfranchised angst.
 It can even sing sweetly like your grandmother or quietly hum ...more
Writing Content
7 Valuable Lessons Bloggers Can Learn from Construction Workers
21st of May 2011 Guest Blogger 60

7 Valuable Lessons Bloggers Can Learn from Construction Workers

This guest post is by Joseph Wesley of Blog Tweaks. Did you know there are similarities between blogging and construction work? It’s true. I learned this while working as an electrician during the first six months of 2010. You may be wondering how a marketing grad from UT Austin ended ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips