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The Stephen King Drawer Method for Writing Better Copy
26th of March 2014 Stacey Roberts 21

The Stephen King Drawer Method for Writing Better Copy

This is a post from ProBlogger.net Managing Editor Stacey Roberts When I was studying journalism, it was pointed out to us very early on that our first drafts of anything were never going to be printed. They just weren’t. They were to be edited by professionals with no emotional ties ...more
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Life After Keywords (Not Provided): What’s Next For Bloggers?
11th of February 2014 Guest Blogger 30

Life After Keywords (Not Provided): What’s Next For Bloggers?

This is a guest contribution from Jim Burch, a copywriter from St. Louis. When you use Google Analytics to track your blog’s traffic, you may see (not provided) on your list of keyword searches. Simply put, this is Google’s way of encrypting keyword searches in the name of privacy and security. ...more
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Content Week: A bit of homework to inspire you – come and get involved!
8th of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 19

Content Week: A bit of homework to inspire you – come and get involved!

After the week we’ve had immersing ourselves in the wild and wonderful world of sourcing blog content, there shouldn’t be any one of you who hasn’t come up with at least one idea for a post. But in order to blog better this year, I’m encouraging you to push even ...more
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Content Week: Let’s Chat! Where do you get your blog ideas from?
7th of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 58

Content Week: Let’s Chat! Where do you get your blog ideas from?

This past week, we’ve been talking about all things content – where can we get it? What inspires us? What works with our audience? What are some out-of-the-box ideas that will set us apart from the regular blogging crowd? We spoke with Chantelle Ellem, of Fat Mum Slim, who encouraged ...more
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Content Week Case Study: Carly Heitlinger of The College Prepster
6th of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 14

Content Week Case Study: Carly Heitlinger of The College Prepster

In 2008, Cartly Heitlinger was a freshman in college doing what most of us do in her situation – studying a subject they don’t like in order to get a degree they do. So she started a blog as part distraction, part creative outlet, writing about things she was interested ...more
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Content Week: An Interview with Chantelle Ellem of Fat Mum Slim – Where Does She Find Post Ideas?
4th of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 26

Content Week: An Interview with Chantelle Ellem of Fat Mum Slim – Where Does She Find Post Ideas?

Chantelle Ellem is a blogging powerhouse – if you’ve not read her blog Fat Mum Slim, then you’ve probably seen her pop up in your social media feeds with her Instagram Photo A Day challenge. Over her five years of blogging, she’s not only come up with almost two thousand ...more
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How to Consistently Come up With Great Post Ideas for Your Blog
3rd of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 33

How to Consistently Come up With Great Post Ideas for Your Blog

Content. Where to find it, how to get it, what’s going to resonate with our readers? They are questions most bloggers ask ourselves pretty regularly. Some of us have ideas coming out our ears with not enough hours in the day to turn them all into posts, and some of ...more
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The Unexpected Way to Write Killer Content: Blog from Your Heart and Break All the Rules
30th of January 2014 Guest Blogger 55

The Unexpected Way to Write Killer Content: Blog from Your Heart and Break All the Rules

This is a guest contribution from Tova Payne of TovaPayne.com If you asked me two years ago about blogging, well let’s just say I must have been living in a cave, because I didn’t quite understand what blogging was all about or why people did it. I’ve loved writing my ...more
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Case Study: An Experiment with Short Form Content
20th of December 2013 Darren Rowse 41

Case Study: An Experiment with Short Form Content

Two days ago I wrote about the power of longer-form content on a blog, and gave a few examples of some posts that I’ve published this year that have been between 4000-7500 words that have done really well. Today I’d like to talk about an experiment that I’ve been doing ...more
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