40 Cool Things to Do With Your Posts *After* You Hit Publish
29th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 71

40 Cool Things to Do With Your Posts *After* You Hit Publish

This guest post is by Steff Green of Grymm & Epic Copywriting and Illustration. Blogging isn’t a case of “If you post it, they will come.” Your role as a blogger doesn’t end as soon as you hit Publish. In fact, that’s only the beginning. If you’re anything like me, ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
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
Writing Content
Find Yourself … and Find Your Niche
11th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 20

Find Yourself … and Find Your Niche

This guest post is by Kid In The Front Row. I once watched an interview with Ricky Gervais, where he talked about how a lot of people don’t like his stand up comedy. He said he didn’t care. All he needs is 5,000 people in each town to fill a ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Find the Ideal Frequency for Blogging and Email Marketing
4th of October 2012 Guest Blogger 23

Find the Ideal Frequency for Blogging and Email Marketing

This guest post is by Francis Santos of Benchmark Email. Blogging and email marketing are a lot alike. Okay, a lot might be stretching it, but they do share some similarities. For example, both are easy for beginners to use, are generally inexpensive, and great for business. Another quality these ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Escaping from Desktop: Online Document Editing Tools for Bloggers
7th of September 2012 Guest Blogger 29

Escaping from Desktop: Online Document Editing Tools for Bloggers

This guest post is by Nina Gorbunova of TeamLab. I first faced the problem of document immobility a couple of years ago, when I was far away from my PC. I lost my flash stick and realized that I didn’t have my documents stored anywhere in the cloud. That’s what ...more
Be Productive
How to Systematically Build a Mountain of Links
14th of February 2012 Guest Blogger 29

How to Systematically Build a Mountain of Links

This guest post is by Neil Patel of Quick Sprout. We’ve all been taught to create high-quality content to attract links. This argument is usually stated in the context of a blog that basically becomes an authority where you start to build a following around consistent, fresh content—think big sites ...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
From Blogger to Book Author: The 4-Step Guide
4th of January 2012 Guest Blogger 152

From Blogger to Book Author: The 4-Step Guide

This guest post is by Jeff Goins of Goins, Writer. Some bloggers don’t start a blog to make money. They start blogging, because they have a message that the world needs to hear. In other words: Some bloggers blog to get published. Recently, I signed a contract with a book ...more
Blogging for Dollars
12 Essential Tips for Revitalising Your Blog in 2012
1st of January 2012 Guest Blogger 85

12 Essential Tips for Revitalising Your Blog in 2012

This is a guest post by Gregory Ciotti of Sparring Mind. As 2011 comes to a close, now is a better time than ever to evaluate your blog, its performance, and most importantly, what you can do to improve your blog in 2012! A point I always like to drive ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips