Partnering With Another Blogger: The Complete Guide
10th of February 2013 Guest Blogger 13

Partnering With Another Blogger: The Complete Guide

This guest post was written by Yoav Vilner of Ranky. “Alone we can do so little; together, we can do so much.”—Hellen Keller If you are a genuine pro blogger, then I shouldn’t waste your time explaining just how important it is to co-operate with your competitors. It’s been mentioned ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Triple Your Facebook Likes in Two Weeks
4th of February 2013 Guest Blogger 36

Triple Your Facebook Likes in Two Weeks

This guest post is by Samuel of Internet Dreams. Would you like some more cake after having a first slice? Most of us wouldn’t be satisfied with just one slice of cake, so we end going back to the table and grabbing a second one. Heck, some of us would ...more
Social Media
Dear Bloggers, I Apologise. Regards, the SEO Industry
10th of January 2013 Guest Blogger 45

Dear Bloggers, I Apologise. Regards, the SEO Industry

This guest post is by Daylan Pearce of Next Digital. There are three common reactions I get from people when I tell them what it is I do for a job. “What is that?” “Oh that’s cool, how does that work?” *Rolls eyes* “Oh riiiight, you’re one of those guys!” ...more
Search Engine Optimization
40 Cool Things to Do With Your Posts *After* You Hit Publish
29th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 71

40 Cool Things to Do With Your Posts *After* You Hit Publish

This guest post is by Steff Green of Grymm & Epic Copywriting and Illustration. Blogging isn’t a case of “If you post it, they will come.” Your role as a blogger doesn’t end as soon as you hit Publish. In fact, that’s only the beginning. If you’re anything like me, ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
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
Become a Guest-post Ninja in 5 Steps
26th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 40

Become a Guest-post Ninja in 5 Steps

This guest post is by Timo Kiander ofProductive Superdad. There you are with a big smile, after slapping together another 400-word post. It took you 30 minutes to write, and now you are ready to submit it to some random blog. Although you didn’t really put your mind to the ...more
Writing Content
8 Rules You’ll Need to Become An Editor’s Go-To Writer
4th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 15

8 Rules You’ll Need to Become An Editor’s Go-To Writer

This guest post is by Thomas Ford of www.123Print.com. Whatever stage of development your blog is in, it’s useful to consider the elements that characterize a good blog writer. Perhaps you’ve recently begun accepting guest posts. What are the criteria that inspire you to publish or make the call to ...more
Writing Content
Trial by Fire: a Beginner’s Attempt at a Product Launch
4th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 19

Trial by Fire: a Beginner’s Attempt at a Product Launch

This guest post is by Ryan Derousseau of R.M.D. Media. Unlike most bloggers who share their experience on ProBlogger, I haven’t quite seen the fruits of my labor turn ripe—yet. I only launched my blog on social media and media outreach a couple months ago. I’m a newbie to this ...more
Blogging for Dollars