What Blogging for Fun Taught Me About Blogging for Profit
12th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 15

What Blogging for Fun Taught Me About Blogging for Profit

This guest post is by Becky Canary-King of Direct Incorporation. There’s really too much to say about the benefit of a good blog for your business. A well done blog can bring in new customers, establish yourself as an expert in your field, open up communication with your clients, and ...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
The Technical Setup Behind My Videos on ProBlogger
7th of December 2011 Darren Rowse 34

The Technical Setup Behind My Videos on ProBlogger

In my last video post I spoke about the benefits of using talking head video posts on a blog. Today in this video I want to respond to many questions I get about the technical setup that I use for my videos here on ProBlogger. My set up is very ...more
Video Posts
Why You Should Write 20 Posts Before You Launch Your Blog
1st of December 2011 Guest Blogger 110

Why You Should Write 20 Posts Before You Launch Your Blog

This guest post is by Aman Basanti of ageofmarketing.com. If you have not yet started a blog, stop. Write 20 to 30 posts before you launch. It may sound counter-intuitive, but this strategy may just be the thing to help you succeed as a blogger. Why? It stops you from ...more
Writing Content
Charles Darwin’s 12 Rules of Blogging Survival
30th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 65

Charles Darwin’s 12 Rules of Blogging Survival

This guest post is by Tom Treanor of the Business Blogging Telesummit. Blog readers have a myriad of reading options for almost every topic you can think of. In fact, within your niche, potential customers may be enjoying blog posts written by your competitors while they ignore your blog like ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
5 Ways I Kill Two Birds With One Stone and Generate Ideas for Blog Posts
30th of November 2011 Darren Rowse 22

5 Ways I Kill Two Birds With One Stone and Generate Ideas for Blog Posts

I love making the one piece of work pay off multiple times. One of the ways I do this is by turning other activities that I do into blog posts. Here’s five ways I’ve done it recently. 1. Live streaming video sessions If I find myself with a spare half ...more
Writing Content
5 Ways to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas
29th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 26

5 Ways to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas

This guest post is by Katy Farber of Non-Toxic Kids. When I started Non-Toxic Kids four years ago, I had no idea I would never run out of things to write about. In all those four years of posting between three and seven times I week, I never struggled for ...more
Writing Content
Act Like a Pro
21st of November 2011 Guest Blogger 47

Act Like a Pro

This guest post is by Jean Compton of jeancompton.com. What would you do if you knew you were going to get paid a large chunk of cash—up front, without any pre-conditions—to do something? What would you do? How would you act? If it was something totally in the realm of ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
3 Secrets to Not Getting Discouraged as a Blogger
19th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 90

3 Secrets to Not Getting Discouraged as a Blogger

This is a guest post by Jeff Goins of Goinswriter.com. The other night, I was catching up with a writer friend who is taking his first steps towards becoming a professional blogger. He was frustrated and upset, wanting to quit. Listening to him, I realized something: writing is discouraging work. ...more
Writing Content