CategoryBlogging Tools and Services
What Blog Platform Do You Use Most? [POLL]
14th of November 2011 Darren Rowse 111

What Blog Platform Do You Use Most? [POLL]

It’s been a couple of years since we ran a poll here on ProBlogger about the blogging platform that readers are using, so I’m keen to see the results on this one. n {democracy:56} Please answer for the platform you use most if you have multiple blogs (one selection per ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
What Google Search’s SSL Change Means for Your Blog
10th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 30

What Google Search’s SSL Change Means for Your Blog

This guest post is by Oz of OzSoapbox. Secure Sockets Layer (or SSL to you and me) is an encryption standard most of us are familiar with using whenever we do something over the Internet that needs enhanced security. Whether it be banking, email, signing into a personal account, purchasing ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
How to Increase Conversions With Google Website Optimizer
27th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 28

How to Increase Conversions With Google Website Optimizer

This guest post is by Joe Burnett of Who’s Your Blogger? “I have a pretty (un)healthy obsession with email lists. I’m constantly telling my readers to focus on growing a list of active, engaged, and interested email subscribers.”—Blog Tyrant You can capture emails with only one ethical plan: the visitor ...more
Blog Promotion
Make an App to Engage Your Blog’s Readers
22nd of September 2011 Guest Blogger 18

Make an App to Engage Your Blog’s Readers

This guest post is by Leah Goodman of AppsGeyser. A few months ago, when I started working for AppsGeyser, a friend asked me if I could turn her blog into an app, to which I responded, “Yes.” Then she asked me the more important question: why would she want to ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Run an Awesome Blog Contest in 5 Steps
20th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 26

Run an Awesome Blog Contest in 5 Steps

This guest post is by Kiera Pedley of Binkd. Running a contest on your blog can be a great way to generate new readership, reactivate stagnant subscribers, and increase the engagement of your readers. Competitions can be a lot of hard work for little or no results, unless you run ...more
Blog Promotion
A Dash of Analytics Takes the Guess Work Out of Guest Posting
18th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 26

A Dash of Analytics Takes the Guess Work Out of Guest Posting

This guest post is by Joe of the New Customer Workshop. Guest posting is a great way to market your brand. When you guest post you are able to demonstrate you expertise to a new audience. The short term benefits are a bump in traffic to your website. Longer term ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Do You Spend Enough Time Looking at Your Stats?
14th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 33

Do You Spend Enough Time Looking at Your Stats?

This guest post is by Deb of [email protected] Do you spend enough time looking at your stats? What a statement to start with, given that the mantra seems to be to check once a week and don’t waste too much time on your stats. And I agree with what seems ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
9 New Productivity Tools to Simplify Your Online Life
1st of September 2011 Guest Blogger 35

9 New Productivity Tools to Simplify Your Online Life

This guest post is by Leo Widrich of Buffer. After Google+ entered the social networking scene not so long ago, the number of online distractions hasn’t really decreased. At the same time, innovations and smarter solutions to handle your actions online have fortunately continued to thrive too. Instead of the ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
How to Email Your Blog Updates Like a ProBlogger
29th of August 2011 Guest Blogger 56

How to Email Your Blog Updates Like a ProBlogger

This guest pst is by Martyn Chamberlin of Two Hour Blogger. “When you work with words … words are your work.”—Don Knotts I assume you know a lot about blogging. You know how to set up a blog, you know how to write. You know how to tweet and share. ...more
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