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14th of June 2016 Guest Blogger 9

Blog Authorship: Tools to Keep Your Blog Content Safe from Plagiarists and Duplication

This is a guest contribution from writer Rose Scott. If you spend days and nights creating the most outstanding content ever, this post is for you. You know how exhausting writing can be at times, right? With all the effort you put into attracting readers and keeping them glued to ...more
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7th of June 2016 Guest Blogger 3

Interviewing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them on Your Blog

This is a contributed post from our ProBlogger Subject Matter Expert Rachel Corbett. Interviews can be a great source of content for your blog or podcast…provided they go well.  If they don’t, they can have you rocking back and forth in the foetal position promising never to speak to another ...more
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Top tips for creating evergreen content on your blog | at problogger.net
1st of June 2016 Guest Blogger 5

Top Tips for Creating Quality Evergreen Content

This is a guest post from freelance writer Anna Johansson. If you’re like most bloggers, you publish a solid combination of evergreen and time-sensitive content. The time-sensitive aspect is simple enough as long as you stay abreast of industry news and updates. But what does it take to write really ...more
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24th of May 2016 Guest Blogger 9

How to Write Engaging Content About “Boring” Subject Matter

This is a guest contribution from Anna Johansson. Unfortunately, if you’re an industry expert in construction, finance, software development, or other similar “dry” field, you’ve already been handed the short end of the content stick. Your industry is important, and the subject matter is interesting to you and other industry ...more
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20th of May 2016 Guest Blogger 8

7 Small Ways to Be a Better Writer

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton You could be a prominent authority in your industry, with multiple bestselling books and a successful business around your writing; or you could be a novice who just launched their first blogging website – as long as writing is a significant part ...more
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The best research tools to help you find kick-ass content - find out on ProBlogger.net
19th of May 2016 Guest Blogger 3

The Best Research Tools for Finding Kick-Ass Content

This is a guest contribution from Jonathon Ohayon of Brilliance.com From infographics to Slideshares, articles to memes; marketers and bloggers can never have too much help coming up with ideas for compelling, relevant content. However, ideas can be elusive and trending subject matter can be hard to nail down. Tools ...more
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18th of May 2016 Darren Rowse 12

30 Practical Tips for Producing Great Facebook Live Videos

This week we’ve been digging deep into Facebook Live Video. Earlier in the week I shared 10 benefits of building Facebook Live into your strategy and yesterday shared 12 different types of Facebook Live videos that you might like to create. Today I want to get practical and give you ...more
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11th of May 2016 Guest Blogger 6

Content Creation: How to Steal Your Way to a Successful Blog

This is a guest contribution from Iniobong Eyo. You can admit it. You think the headline is outrageous. Is he in his right mind? In fact, you’re surprised – or even shocked? But you’re reading this anyway. Because it got you thinking: How can I steal my way to content creation ...more
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9th of May 2016 Darren Rowse 10

How to Update Old Posts On Your Blog (and When You Should Consider Doing it)

Do you update old posts on your blog? Lately I’ve spent quite a bit of time here on ProBlogger in my archives updating old posts – perhaps even more than creating new content for the ProBlogger blog and podcast. It’s something that I’ve done regularly over the years, and a ...more
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