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Stuck Writing a Post? – Change Your Writing Medium
20th of December 2007 Darren Rowse 46

Stuck Writing a Post? – Change Your Writing Medium

Do you ever have an idea for a post that you just can’t get out? You know the gist of what you want to say – but the words to express it clearly just don’t come. How do you get it out? LifeClever has a writing tip that I’d not ...more
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How to Develop the Habit of Writing Posts in Advance
15th of December 2007 Skellie 79

How to Develop the Habit of Writing Posts in Advance

Do you write and publish your posts in one sitting? Many bloggers do. Unfortunately, this kind of posting habit presents a number of problems. For example: You won’t be able to develop a consistent posting rhythm. Your publish times will vary depending on whether you’re inspired, whether you have writer’s ...more
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14th of December 2007 Darren Rowse 89

Discover Hundreds of Post Ideas for Your Blog with Mind Mapping

Yesterday I wrote a post on keeping the momentum going on your blog by building on previous posts. Today I want to extend that post (you knew I would) with a practical exercise that any blogger with a blog can do. It’s something that can take as little as 10 ...more
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How to Keep Momentum Going By Building on Previous Posts
13th of December 2007 Darren Rowse 47

How to Keep Momentum Going By Building on Previous Posts

You slave over the writing of a great new post for your blog, you’ve researched, hypothesized, edited, spell checked, polished and made it look all pretty…. You Hit Publish…. What happens now? Are you done? Do you move on and push the post idea from your mind – searching for ...more
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Prolific Blogging: Five Methods I Swear By
7th of December 2007 Skellie 41

Prolific Blogging: Five Methods I Swear By

I did an interesting calculation today. I worked out that I’d written 107 posts at my own blog, plus 36 posts at other blogs, for a total of 143 (mostly) long posts, produced across four months. The maths proves that I’m a prolific blogger. Certainly not the most prolific, but ...more
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How to Keep Your Subscribers Forever
5th of December 2007 Skellie 30

How to Keep Your Subscribers Forever

One thing you may have noticed is that your blog’s feed count is volatile: it fluctuates on a day to day basis. While much of that depends on how many people read your feed in a given day, some of that is also people both subscribing and unsubscribing. If you ...more
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5 Powerful Techniques to Help Your Posts Stand Out
20th of November 2007 Skellie 56

5 Powerful Techniques to Help Your Posts Stand Out

In this post regular contributer Skellie from Skelliewag.org helps you differentiate your content. Blogs are now so popular that it’s very hard to find a niche that isn’t already saturated. There are probably dozens or hundreds of other bloggers writing on the topics you cover. Being unique has never been ...more
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Use Feedburner Statistics to Interpret Reader Habits
10th of November 2007 Darren Rowse 38

Use Feedburner Statistics to Interpret Reader Habits

Can your Feedburner stats reveal habits of your readers that could help you make your blogging more effective at reaching them? Guest poster Max Pool finds out. As we know FeedBurner counts can naturally fluctuate. But what about when they fluctuate unnaturally? Can we find trends in our statistics? Interestingly, ...more
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Grip Your Readers With These 7 Knock-out Opening Sentences
6th of November 2007 Skellie 55

Grip Your Readers With These 7 Knock-out Opening Sentences

In this post regular contributer Skellie from Skelliewag.org explains how a great opening sentence can draw readers into your blog posts. You might not want to hear this, but a killer headline simply isn’t enough. To be effective, every great headline — like the punch of any legendary boxer — ...more
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