What to Do When Your Posts Aren’t as Good as they Seem in Your Mind
17th of June 2012 Guest Blogger 57

What to Do When Your Posts Aren’t as Good as they Seem in Your Mind

This guest post is by Amit Sodha of Unlimited Choice. Have you ever had an idea, a thought, or a burst of inspiration that, while it was still in your mind, sounded amazing? But, when you tried to articulate it on screen or paper, or in speech, it didn’t sound ...more
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How to Write a Great Paragraph
28th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 24

How to Write a Great Paragraph

This guest post is by James Chartrand of Damn Fine Words. There are eight million posts out there about how to write a great headline. Copyblogger’s written about half of them. I’ve written a few myself. But you know what none of us tell you? What to do after the ...more
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Let Your Critics Be Your Best Friends
15th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 25

Let Your Critics Be Your Best Friends

This guest post is by Barb Sawyers of Sticky Communication. When I first started to write professionally, I hated people editing my work. To deal with these personal attacks, I would rant, cry, drink too much, and otherwise freak out. But one day I parked my ego long enough to ...more
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How Writing Confidently, Quickly, and Effectively Saved my Blog
12th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 95

How Writing Confidently, Quickly, and Effectively Saved my Blog

This guest post is by Kraig Stewardson of IT Manager HQ. My blog was failing. My subscribers were nonexistent. My posts were disjointed. My writing was awful. My confidence was shot. Honestly, I felt like giving up. I knew that I needed to make a change. I knew that I ...more
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A Systematic Approach to Writing Successful Blog Posts
10th of April 2012 Guest Blogger 27

A Systematic Approach to Writing Successful Blog Posts

This guest post is by Jane Sheeba of Problogging Success. “Success” is a very relative term. Unless you define it precisely, it’s very easy to become lost in a sea of assumptions. You can work hard on building a blog without having defined your “success,” but if you do, how ...more
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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
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7 Powerful Ways to End Your Next Blog Post
17th of February 2012 Guest Blogger 48

7 Powerful Ways to End Your Next Blog Post

This guest post is by Ali Luke of Aliventures. You know your title has to hook readers. You know your first line needs to keep them reading. The start of your blog post matters. But so does the end. In fact, without a powerful end to your post, all the ...more
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Cash In by Paying for Guest Posts
15th of February 2012 Guest Blogger 56

Cash In by Paying for Guest Posts

This guest post is by Carol Tice of Make a Living Writing. If you’re looking for a way to grab attention for your blog and grow your income, I’ve had great success with this one: I pay writers. Since May 2011, I’ve been paying $50 for guest posts on my ...more
Blogging for Dollars
6 Powerful Guest Post Tactics that No One’s Talking About
10th of February 2012 Guest Blogger 59

6 Powerful Guest Post Tactics that No One’s Talking About

This guest post is by Tom Ewer of Leaving Work Behind. Guest posting is a hot topic amongst startup bloggers. It is one of the most widely-adopted blog promotion strategies in existence, and has been made perhaps even more popular by the success of “serial” guest posters such as Danny ...more
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