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
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Mastering the Art of Slow Blogging
8th of January 2012 Guest Blogger 48

Mastering the Art of Slow Blogging

This guest post is by Kelly Kingman of Kelly Kingman Media. Several years ago, I hired a personal trainer and we’d work out in the park near my apartment. One day she had me run the loop around the park and noticed that I had difficulty keeping a consistent pace, ...more
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Writers Block? Try this Quick Tip
6th of January 2012 Darren Rowse 43

Writers Block? Try this Quick Tip

Recently on Twitter I was asked by a follower how to overcome an extreme case of writer’s block. My answer was: “Think about a problem you had three years ago and write a post that solves that problem.” The reason I find this technique helpful is: It identifies a real ...more
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Why Fresh Blog Content is Now 35% More Important
6th of December 2011 Guest Blogger 33

Why Fresh Blog Content is Now 35% More Important

This guest post is by Oz of OzSoapbox. I like to think of SEO in general as one giant cauldron of murky soup that’s never quite just right. The cauldron has been simmering on the fire for so long that we’ve kind of lost track of exactly what we’ve put ...more
Search Engine Optimization
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
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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
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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
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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
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