How to Find an SEO Goldmine for Your Blog
20th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 14

How to Find an SEO Goldmine for Your Blog

This guest post is by Elena Vakhromova of Freemake.com. We all know that search engines are a big piece of blog traffic cake. Unlike other traffic sources (subscriptions or social media), search engines bring visitors who are generally unfamiliar with your blog and have one definite goal: to get an answer or ...more
Search Engine Optimization
Lookin’ Good! A Brief Intro to Inline CSS for Bloggers
15th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 14

Lookin’ Good! A Brief Intro to Inline CSS for Bloggers

This guest post is by Andrew Couch of Learningwebbasics.com. As a website owner it can be really handy to know a bit of web coding. The HTML editor in most blogging platforms gives you enough power to do a lot of cool things without any risk of screwing up your ...more
Blog Design
3 Ways Cartoons Can Improve Your Blog
12th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 31

3 Ways Cartoons Can Improve Your Blog

This guest post is by Mark Anderson of Andertoons.com. Mark Anderson is the cartoonist behind Andertoons.com where he offers cartoon subscriptions and creates custom cartoons.
Blog Design
How Sponsored Posts Can Ruin Your Blog
10th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 52

How Sponsored Posts Can Ruin Your Blog

This guest post is by Kalen Smith of OnlineRookies.com. More bloggers accept guest posts for their sites. Guest posts are an arrangement where a guest author will write content and submit it to the blog. In exchange, the blogger will allow the blogger at least one backlink to promote their ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Blogging the Festive Season: The Not-for-Profit Blog [Case Study]
2nd of December 2012 Georgina Laidlaw 5

Blogging the Festive Season: The Not-for-Profit Blog [Case Study]

Stephen Pepper is insurance administrator by day, youth worker and blogger by night. He and his wife run Youth Workin’ It, a not-for-profit site that provides consultancy and services for youth workers and organizations worldwide. This includes blogging 6 days a week about youth work. As part of our Blogging ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Blogging the Festive Season: The Digital Publisher [Case Study]
2nd of December 2012 Georgina Laidlaw 6

Blogging the Festive Season: The Digital Publisher [Case Study]

Kimberly Gauthier has been running online pet magazine Keep the Tail Wagging for just on a year. As part of our Blogging the Festive Season series, we asked a few questions about how she’s squaring up for her first festive season on the blog. You started Keep the Tail Wagging ...more
Blogging for Dollars
5 Ways to Use Images to Make Your Posts Irresistible
16th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 47

5 Ways to Use Images to Make Your Posts Irresistible

This week on #blogchat on Twitter, we discussed the use of images in blog posts, and I thought that some of the advice we covered there might be useful for you too. So here are my top tips for using images in your blog posts. 1. Use an image per ...more
Blog Design
How to Blog In the Moment (or What Acting School Taught Me About Being a Better Blogger)
13th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 16

How to Blog In the Moment (or What Acting School Taught Me About Being a Better Blogger)

This guest post is by Tommy Walker of Inside The Mind.  Editor’s note: We’ve broken ProBlogger’s ban on offensive language for this post, as we feel it’s necessary in this particular piece. If harsh language offends you, you may want to skip this one.    In the Summer of 2005 I graduated from ...more
Writing Content
The Commonsense Approach to Fresh Post Ideas
7th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 31

The Commonsense Approach to Fresh Post Ideas

This guest post is by Ryan Shell of Fashables. If you’re a long-time blogger, you, at some point, have inevitably looked at a blank document on a computer screen and thought to yourself, “I have no idea what I’m going to write about.” And if you’ve never been a blogger, it’s ...more
Writing Content