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5 Questions to Ask Before Quitting Your Blog or Online Project
19th of February 2016 Darren Rowse 3

5 Questions to Ask Before Quitting Your Blog or Online Project

There may come a time in your blogging or online career where for whatever reason, you think it’s time to quit. In the last two episodes of the ProBlogger podcast, we’ve explored things that entrepreneurs should do if they want to be successful – the first is to just start, ...more
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How to Differentiate Yourself Through the Art of Listening
17th of February 2016 Darren Rowse 18

How to Differentiate Yourself Through the Art of Listening

This post was inspired by some brief thoughts I shared on my new Instagram Account – InfluenceTalks – this week. Before I started blogging, I worked as a part-time youth minister at a local church. As part of that role, I occasionally had the honour of conducting weddings and to ...more
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Content marketing on crack—a proven system for getting more done
16th of February 2016 Guest Blogger 6

Content marketing on crack—a proven system for getting more done

This is a guest contribution from Adam Costa and Darcie Connell. Whew. It’s been a busy day. It started off by creating three video lessons for a new course for 10xtoday.com. After that, I edited and revised the introduction to our new book which will be launching next month, and ...more
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The Second Most Important Thing You'll Ever Do as an Entrepreneur
16th of February 2016 Darren Rowse 6

The Second Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Do as an Entrepreneur

If the first most important thing you’ll ever do as an entrepreneur is just start (and keep starting!) the second most important thing you can do is to not give up. Not give up when the going gets tough, not give up when you feel as though you can’t go ...more
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How to Get Readers Glued to Your Content Until they Convert
15th of February 2016 Guest Blogger 20

How to Get Readers Glued To Your Content Till They Convert

This is a guest contribution from Victor Ijidola When readers find your content helpful and interesting, they get glued to it, read more of your posts, share them, leave comments, join your email list or even buy whatever you’ve got to sell. In simple English, they convert. But when the other ...more
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Reading Roundup: What's new in blogging this week / ProBlogger.net
13th of February 2016 Stacey Roberts 3

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

The end of yet another week – here’s what caught my eye on blogging and social media. I hope they help you! I always feel as though I learned something. How to Win on Facebook: 8 Lessons Learned from Analyzing 1 Billion Posts // Quicksprout Well this was news to ...more
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The Most Important Thing You Should Do as an Entrepreneur
12th of February 2016 Darren Rowse 9

The Most Important Thing You Will Ever Do as an Entrepreneur

Quite a few years ago now I first stepped into the world of blogging – almost by accident, and certainly when I had plenty of odds stacked against me. A friend emailed me a link to a blog, TallSkinnyKiwi.com, and I clicked over to find out what a blog was, and ...more
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Hacking the 80/20 Rule to Turbocharge Your Blogging Results
10th of February 2016 Stacey Roberts 4

Hacking the 80/20 Rule to Turbocharge Your Blogging Results

This is a guest contribution from Garik Himebaugh. Unless you live in a cave, you’ve probably heard of the 80/20 Principle. It’s been mentioned by productivity experts as well as the likes of entrepreneurs Tim Ferriss and Ramit Sethi. If you do in fact live in a cave, I suggest you ...more
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How to Complete Your Blog Posts to Make Them the Best They Can Be
9th of February 2016 Darren Rowse 10

How to Complete Your Blog Posts to Make Them the Best They Can Be

For some bloggers, it isn’t the lack of ideas holding them back, it’s finding the motivation to get them finished. People leave blogs in draft mode for all kinds of reasons – they run out of things to say, they’re not sure how to end the post, they know it ...more
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