A Quick and Dirty Guide to Your First Guest Post
30th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 36

A Quick and Dirty Guide to Your First Guest Post

This guest post is by Neil Patel of KISSmetrics. You can’t really turn anywhere these days and not hear somebody telling you that in order to grow your blog, you need to guest post. I know you’ve heard that before, but have you actually done it? Or are you looking ...more
Blog Promotion
4 Key Criteria to Build Your Dream Blog
26th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 71

4 Key Criteria to Build Your Dream Blog

This guest post is by Matthew Setter of The Dreamers Manifesto. Have you wanted to start a blog, a website or an online business, but you’re not sure where to begin? Are you already putting in the hard yards to build one or the other or both, but you’re not ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
When Should You Launch Your New Blog? [Complete or On the Go?]
16th of December 2011 Darren Rowse 41

When Should You Launch Your New Blog? [Complete or On the Go?]

I’m regularly asked this question by PreBloggers: “How much work should I do on my blog before I launch it?” How many posts should it already have live? How many posts should I have in reserve and ready to go? Should I have a customized or premium theme, or just ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Easy Goal Setting for Your New Blog
14th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 41

Easy Goal Setting for Your New Blog

This guest post is by Aman Basanti of ageofmarketing.com. Ask any success guru out there and they will tell you that the most important part of becoming a successful blogger is to set clear goals. And that is good advice for people who know how they want to tackle problogging. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Get the Best Return on Your Blog
9th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 26

How to Get the Best Return on Your Blog

This guest post is by Laura Booz of Blogger Behave. I started blogging because I caught a glimpse of its potential to give something back to me. Can you relate? Sure, that “something” is sometimes money. But, as we all know, there’s got to be more driving us to the ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Don’t Ever Write Without this Writer’s Warm-up
9th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 56

Don’t Ever Write Without this Writer’s Warm-up

This guest post is by Karol K of Online Business Design blog. What is a writer’s warm-up? I hear you ask. I’m going to answer this question in a minute, but first let me get an initial “yes” from you. Did you ever notice that your initial piece of writing ...more
Writing Content
How to Create Another Day a Week Just for Blogging
5th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 35

How to Create Another Day a Week Just for Blogging

This guest post is by Udi Tirosh of DIYPhotography. When you start blogging it seems that there is never enough time—especially if you aren’t blogging full time, and you’re doing it from home. You get phone calls that need to be picked up; the service guy for the dishwasher shows ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
The Right-brain Thinker’s Guide to Beating Blogger’s Block
3rd of December 2011 Guest Blogger 22

The Right-brain Thinker’s Guide to Beating Blogger’s Block

This guest post is by Neil Patel of KISSmetrics. In his 2009 book A Whole New Mind, Daniel Pink explained that the new world of business is a great place to be a right-brain thinker. Right-brain thinkers are the creators and the empathizers. If you’re a blogger, you are probably ...more
Writing Content
When No One Knows Where You Are. Or Needs To.
26th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 23

When No One Knows Where You Are. Or Needs To.

This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. As you’re reading this, it’s 80º Fahrenheit and sunny with a light breeze. Not necessarily where you are, but somewhere. That somewhere is where I’ve chosen to blog for a living. Most of the time, that means Las Vegas. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips