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How To Write Excellent Blog Content – What We Wish We Knew
13th of July 2007 Darren Rowse 38

How To Write Excellent Blog Content – What We Wish We Knew

This post is part of the ‘What we wish I knew when I first started Blogging’ Series. Below I’ll share readers comments on the topic of Writing Good Blog Content as well as some of my own thoughts. One of the most key aspects of any successful blog is the ...more
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Seasonal Traffic and How to Capture It for Your Blog
4th of July 2007 Darren Rowse 41

Seasonal Traffic and How to Capture It for Your Blog

Don’t Miss Seasonal Opportunities on Your Blog for Spectacular Traffic. Read to the bottom of this post for an example of how I’ve used the same content three times in 18 months to generate 50,000 page views on one post. One of the skills that I encourage bloggers to develop ...more
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How to Keep Momentum Going on Your Blog with a ‘Points System’
4th of July 2007 Darren Rowse 83

How to Keep Momentum Going on Your Blog with a ‘Points System’

Jason left a comment a couple of weeks ago on my previous post asking how many posts readers have posted on their blogs in a week that caught my attention. In his comment Jason talks about a ‘points system’ which he’s developed for helping him to keep his blog achieving ...more
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My Weekend Blog Strategy
1st of July 2007 Darren Rowse 21

My Weekend Blog Strategy

In my last post I asked ‘What do you do with your blog on the weekend?‘ Having asked the question I thought I’d give a quick answer myself to shed a little light on one strategy (of many) that I’ve been using. I ask questions You’ve probably noticed it if ...more
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How to Write Home Run Posts
23rd of June 2007 Darren Rowse 28

How to Write Home Run Posts

The following guest post was submitted by John Wesley who blogs at PicktheBrain.com (feed) about motivation, productivity, and self improvement. The Importance of Home Run Posts Most of you are probably familiar with the Pareto Principal, also known as the 80/20 rule. The rule states that 80% of results come ...more
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8.9 Posts Per Week – Too Many? Not Enough?
21st of June 2007 Darren Rowse 36

8.9 Posts Per Week – Too Many? Not Enough?

Over the weekend I asked ProBlogger readers to tell us how many posts they’d written on each of their blogs last week. 142 comments were left referring to a total of 181 blogs. Here are a few of the figures: The average number of posts that bloggers posted to each ...more
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The Most Important Tip For Better Writing
19th of June 2007 Glen 46

The Most Important Tip For Better Writing

Glen Stansberry is the author of the blog LifeDev (feed). Check out LifeDev for other tips about productivity and life improvement. I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Becoming a better writer is the best thing you can do to improve your blog’s readership and traffic. Not ...more
General
Blogging Tips: Writing Purposeful Content
18th of June 2007 Lorelle VanFossen 28

Blogging Tips: Writing Purposeful Content

The following is a guest post by Lorelle VanFossen of Lorelle on WordPress and an excerpt from her popular book, Blogging Tips, Tips Bloggers Won’t Tell You About Blogging. Writing with keyword-rich content helps your blog be found and readers to fully understand what you are writing about. Write consistent ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Telling Your Story With Words and Images
15th of June 2007 Lorelle VanFossen 27

Telling Your Story With Words and Images

The following is a guest post by Lorelle VanFossen of Lorelle on WordPress. Words tell their own story. They bring forth rhyme and reason, color attitudes, and move people. Combining the power of the verbal image with the visual can either enhance your story or overpower it. Finding that happy ...more
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