Get Creative About Your Content … Consistently
17th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 18

Get Creative About Your Content … Consistently

This guest post is by Pratik Dholakiya of E2M Solutions. You’ve heard it a thousand times. “You need great, original content.” And it’s becoming increasingly obvious that “original” isn’t the same thing as “not plagiarized.” There’s just one problem. Doing something truly original is hard. How can you make original ...more
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Writing the Truth of Your Own Experience
8th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 30

Writing the Truth of Your Own Experience

This guest post is by Sean M. Madden of Mindful Living Guide. The cornerstone of my teaching is to write the truth of our own experience. They’re fine words, which roll off the tongue with ease. But I needn’t tell you how gut-wrenching it can be to put them into ...more
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5 Ways You Can Become A Blogging Philanthropist
6th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 13

5 Ways You Can Become A Blogging Philanthropist

This guest post is by Stephen Pepper of Youth Workin’ It Why should Bill Gates have all the fun?—Al Andrews There are all sorts of reasons you may own a blog—to enhance your business site, to share ideas, to earn an income, or perhaps you just enjoy writing. Imagine the impact ...more
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6 Things “Saved By the Bell” Taught Me About Blogging
30th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 27

6 Things “Saved By the Bell” Taught Me About Blogging

This guest post is by Chiara Mazzucco of TheIndieChicks.com. There are hundreds of thousands of articles written on being a successful blogger and driving traffic to your website or blog . Bleh. You can sit down and read each one, leading you to write your first blog post in about ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Why’d You Choose That Domain Name?
30th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 34

Why’d You Choose That Domain Name?

This guest post is by The Blogger. Let’s admit one thing. We all started this web thing honestly, naively. Our first site was designed to help people, to fill a gaping void we saw in the online world. We wanted to do so much good. Where, then, did it go ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Blogging in Brief: Targeting, Teasers, and Trends
22nd of November 2012 Darren Rowse 12

Blogging in Brief: Targeting, Teasers, and Trends

The last few weeks have turned up some interesting new finds in the world of blogging. I’ve covered some of the more innovative ones here—let us know what cool ideas you’ve spotted in the comments. …and then she called me “Cupcake” I’m not in the target audience for Molly Maher’s ...more
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Advice from Famous Authors a Blog Writer Could Use Today
21st of November 2012 Guest Blogger 26

Advice from Famous Authors a Blog Writer Could Use Today

This guest post is by Colin Olson of Fresh Essays. Every high-school superstar longs to follow in his sport hero’s footsteps. Small business owners idolize those on the Fortune 500 list. Likewise, blog writers can hope for the greatness of past literary giants. While many of the world’s most famous ...more
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One Essential Characteristic of a Pro Blogger [Not Your Everyday Blog Writing Advice]
19th of November 2012 Darren Rowse 32

One Essential Characteristic of a Pro Blogger [Not Your Everyday Blog Writing Advice]

Each week, my Content manager Georgina turns away around 20 or so posts for publication at ProBlogger. She tells me that maybe 5-10% of those are of a publishable standard, but they just don’t fit our audience or purpose. The rest aren’t pro-level pieces. Forget for a moment that these ...more
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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
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