Guest Blogger
A Comprehensive Post on SEO
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A Comprehensive Post on SEO

This guest posst is by Kole McRae of Office Buddha. I’m a blogger now but in a former life I did SEO professionally. As a part of the industry I’ve seen first hand the insane amount of misleading information available. Even so-called “professionals” have been known to give out absolutely ...more
Search Engine Optimization
How I Increased Traffic by 90,000 Hits per Month in 25 Days
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How I Increased Traffic by 90,000 Hits per Month in 25 Days

This guest posy is by M.Farouk Radwan of http://www.2knowmyself.com. The title of this article isn’t marketing hype—it relates the true story of what happened to me this month. I am not claiming that I’m an expert in increasing traffic, but I’m sure you might find a point or two in ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Trent Hamm’s 5 Strategies for Building The Simple Dollar
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Trent Hamm’s 5 Strategies for Building The Simple Dollar

This guest post is by Michael Alexis, producer of WriterViews.com. Trent Hamm’s personal finance blog, The Simple Dollar attracts over 1.2 million page views every month. When I interviewed Trent earlier this year, he shared the top strategies he used to build his audience. This post includes five of the ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Writing is Easy; Editing is Hard
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Writing is Easy; Editing is Hard

This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. People regularly say to me, “I can’t write.” Sure you can. The process of writing – getting words down on the page – is mindlessly simple. Transcribe everything you say and/or think and eventually you’ll have something down on ...more
Writing Content
The Yummy Goodness of Laughter on Your Blog
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The Yummy Goodness of Laughter on Your Blog

This guest post is by Angela Severance of Wonder Divas. As a blogger, connecting with your readers can sometimes be a challenge. If you’re new to blogging or you haven’t quite “found your groove” you may even be struggling. You want to make an impact on your readership, but the ...more
Writing Content
Stop Looking for Your Blog’s Voice
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Stop Looking for Your Blog’s Voice

This guest post is by Matthew Setter of Malt Blue. Recently I read a post by Jeff Goins on ProBlogger, called Finding Your Blog’s Unique Voice, which talked about having a distinct voice for your blog. Something that is uniquely you, original, and distinct. That post resonated loudly with me, ...more
Writing Content
Blogging at Home? Fight Lethargy With a Solid Morning Routine
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Blogging at Home? Fight Lethargy With a Solid Morning Routine

This guest post is by Chris Martucci of WhatBlag.com. For those of you who work from home, lethargy can be your greatest adversary. It’s not always easy to get your head in the game when you’re sitting on your couch in your tighty-whities eating a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. But ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How I Quit My Job for Blogging
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How I Quit My Job for Blogging

This guest post is by Joshu Thomas of NapIncome.com. Blogging is no more a mere hobby; it has become a full-time profession for many bloggers, including myself. Today I will share my journey as a blogger and how it helps me to earn a full-time income blissfully working from anywhere ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Why Honesty Matters … for Blogs and Brands
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Why Honesty Matters … for Blogs and Brands

This guest post is by Enzo F. Cesario of Brandsplat. Will someone please tell me what “hip” means? Does it mean “popular?” Is it what the kids are doing today? Well, just who are the kids? Do you mean teenagers? Early 20s? Hipsters? No, not hipsters … we’ve heard enough ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips