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Behind the Scenes of a Successful Blog Acquisition [Case Study]
21st of February 2013 Guest Blogger 22

Behind the Scenes of a Successful Blog Acquisition [Case Study]

I really love the idea of buying and selling websites. Recently I listed one of my blogs on Flippa, a marketplace for buying and selling websites, and sold it successfully. Then, I bought another blog outside of Flippa. Since we’ve already talked about selling blogs this week, I wanted to ...more
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The State of the Blog Sales Market: Interview with Andrew Knibbe of Flippa
20th of February 2013 Georgina Laidlaw 20

The State of the Blog Sales Market: Interview with Andrew Knibbe of Flippa

As blogs are increasingly recognized as business assets—or businesses in their own right—more entrepreneurs and publishers are looking to enter the blogosphere by buying a blog. And as we’ve already seen this week, in many cases, bloggers are happy to sell. While blogs are often bought and sold privately, to ...more
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Heavyweight Help: The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Blog
19th of February 2013 Guest Blogger 62

Heavyweight Help: The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Blog

Did you know there’s a massive marketplace out there filled with people who want to buy your blog? Yep, your blog! It’s really big business and you can make serious money if you know what you’re doing. In fact, some clever people make a pretty decent living just from building ...more
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Internet Freedumb: Are You Falling Prey?
9th of February 2013 Guest Blogger 9

Internet Freedumb: Are You Falling Prey?

This guest post is by Chris The Traffic Blogger. I can explain why you’re not making any money online in one word: Freedumb. The irony of my writing a free post aimed at curtailing your misuse of free offers is not lost upon me. While your eyebrows fuse together and ...more
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How to Brand a Blog Product: Tips from the Pros [Case Study]
6th of February 2013 Darren Rowse 30

How to Brand a Blog Product: Tips from the Pros [Case Study]

Branding. We’re always talking about it, but too rarely do we stop to think about what it actually means. So today I thought I’d step through two great examples of blog product branding and see what tips we can take from these stories. The products I wanted to look at are ...more
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Is Your Content ROI Really Untrackable?
31st of January 2013 Guest Blogger 8

Is Your Content ROI Really Untrackable?

This guest post is by Johnny. We have all heard about the traditional advertising campaign that cost thousands and makes almost no impact on sales or turnover. But when was the last time you heard that about a content marketing strategy? I’ll give you a clue: you haven’t. An effective ...more
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Double Your Blog Profits in 2013?!
17th of January 2013 Darren Rowse 81

Double Your Blog Profits in 2013?!

Recently, I asked a blogger what his goals were for 2013. He told me he wanted to double his blog’s income. When I asked how he was going to do that he stared at me blankly and said, “That’s where I may need a little help. It seems such a ...more
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How to Get Paid to Double Your Blog Traffic: a Technique 99% of Bloggers Won’t Dare Try
12th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 58

How to Get Paid to Double Your Blog Traffic: a Technique 99% of Bloggers Won’t Dare Try

This post is by Shane MeLaugh of imimpact.com. Imagine if this traffic screenshot was yours: Of course, your traffic levels might be more or less depending on the size of your blog and how long you’ve been blogging, but the purpose of this post is to show you how to ...more
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3 No-nonsense Strategies for Profitable Part-time Blogging
10th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 28

3 No-nonsense Strategies for Profitable Part-time Blogging

This is a guest post by Matt Alden S. of DividendMonk.com. If you’re blogging as a part-time income stream rather than a full-time profession, then your priorities can be substantially different from the fill-time blogger’s. A full-time problogger will likely focus on maximizing overall revenue, whereas a part-time problogger will ...more
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