The Anatomy of a Better Blog Post
17th of February 2012 Darren Rowse 24

The Anatomy of a Better Blog Post

The last couple of weeks have turned up some valuable blogging advice for those who are working to hone their craft and become better blog post writers. Not everyone falls into this category—some bloggers are happy with the way they write. Others publish videos or sound files instead of text. ...more
Writing Content
How I Expanded the Demographic of My Niche Blog to Include Every Person Online
12th of February 2012 Guest Blogger 33

How I Expanded the Demographic of My Niche Blog to Include Every Person Online

This guest post is by Sonal Pandey of Tap Easy. Some things don’t get better with time. This was going to be one such case. Here I was, sharing an awesome technique capable of changing lives, but not many were paying attention. My niche had the perfect demographic—open-minded, receptive, and ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Create and Host a Blog Carnival
3rd of February 2012 Guest Blogger 21

How to Create and Host a Blog Carnival

This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Everyone has them, except possibly R.L. Stine. I’m referring to those days when you’re lacking either the inspiration or the energy to write something fresh and/or inventive. If you can somehow get those days to occur on a regular ...more
Blog Promotion
Build Keyword Density the Right Way
31st of January 2012 Guest Blogger 36

Build Keyword Density the Right Way

This guest post is by Bill Achola of SeoArticleWriteService.com. It would be great if the only purpose of your copywriting was to sell your products. Unfortunately your copy often has to serve two purposes: attracting visitors to your site, and then selling to them. Attracting traffic using copy requires using ...more
Search Engine Optimization
Un-dull Your Blog Posts: Four Fiction Techniques to Try
25th of January 2012 Guest Blogger 25

Un-dull Your Blog Posts: Four Fiction Techniques to Try

This guest post is by Harry Bingham of Writers’ Workshop. Most blog posts are dull. They might be well-informed, offer interesting insights, teach useful things—but they can do all those things and still be dull. Although readers do come to blogs to learn, they are only ever two clicks away ...more
Writing Content
Why You Should Create Your Own Graphics for Your Blog
10th of January 2012 Guest Blogger 72

Why You Should Create Your Own Graphics for Your Blog

This guest post is by Naveen Jayawardena of sleepWRITER. When I decided to start a blog on sleep habits, I wanted to try something different. As any aspiring blogger, I was trying to stand out from the crowd. And I did it by creating my own graphics. Now I run ...more
Blog Design
Forget Blogging as Usual: 5 Outrageous Tips for Super-sized Attention
9th of January 2012 Guest Blogger 30

Forget Blogging as Usual: 5 Outrageous Tips for Super-sized Attention

This guest post is by Neil Patel of KISSmetrics. It happens every minute. About six thousand new blog posts are published. That’s a lot. Blogs have given enormous power to people. It’s given them a chance to have a voice in a world that used to be controlled by gatekeepers ...more
Writing Content
Why You Should Wear The 6 Thinking Hats On Your Blog
28th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 46

Why You Should Wear The 6 Thinking Hats On Your Blog

This guest post is by Nischala Murthy Kaushik. Wearing the 6 Thinking Hats on your blog helps in generating valuable, interesting and diverse content. What are the 6 Thinking Hats? Dr. Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats is a simple, effective parallel thinking process that helps people be more productive, ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Whose Blog First?
24th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 32

Whose Blog First?

This guest post is by Shakirah Dawud of Deliberate Ink. Writing for three blogs on a regular basis, with the odd request for a guest post elsewhere, my writing plans are already tight. But because I write for overlapping fields of interest, my  plans can also tangle. The most common: ...more
Writing Content