CategoryWriting Content
Content Week: An Interview with Chantelle Ellem of Fat Mum Slim – Where Does She Find Post Ideas?
4th of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 26

Content Week: An Interview with Chantelle Ellem of Fat Mum Slim – Where Does She Find Post Ideas?

Chantelle Ellem is a blogging powerhouse – if you’ve not read her blog Fat Mum Slim, then you’ve probably seen her pop up in your social media feeds with her Instagram Photo A Day challenge. Over her five years of blogging, she’s not only come up with almost two thousand ...more
General
How to Consistently Come up With Great Post Ideas for Your Blog
3rd of February 2014 Stacey Roberts 33

How to Consistently Come up With Great Post Ideas for Your Blog

Content. Where to find it, how to get it, what’s going to resonate with our readers? They are questions most bloggers ask ourselves pretty regularly. Some of us have ideas coming out our ears with not enough hours in the day to turn them all into posts, and some of ...more
General
The Unexpected Way to Write Killer Content: Blog from Your Heart and Break All the Rules
30th of January 2014 Guest Blogger 55

The Unexpected Way to Write Killer Content: Blog from Your Heart and Break All the Rules

This is a guest contribution from Tova Payne of TovaPayne.com If you asked me two years ago about blogging, well let’s just say I must have been living in a cave, because I didn’t quite understand what blogging was all about or why people did it. I’ve loved writing my ...more
Writing Content
Case Study: An Experiment with Short Form Content
20th of December 2013 Darren Rowse 41

Case Study: An Experiment with Short Form Content

Two days ago I wrote about the power of longer-form content on a blog, and gave a few examples of some posts that I’ve published this year that have been between 4000-7500 words that have done really well. Today I’d like to talk about an experiment that I’ve been doing ...more
Writing Content
Long Form Content vs Series of Blog Posts
18th of December 2013 Darren Rowse 46

Long Form Content vs Series of Blog Posts

Last week I was involved in a number of conversations with readers about blog post length and whether it was better to write long posts or short ones. My short answer to the question was to write ‘useful’ posts, and to use as many words as were necessary to do ...more
Writing Content
10 Ways to Switch Your Brain to Writing Mode When Working From Home
12th of December 2013 Stacey Roberts 97

10 Ways to Switch Your Brain to Writing Mode When Working From Home

This post is from ProBlogger Team member Stacey Roberts Finding it hard to make time to blog? Me too. In fact, that’s one of the biggest issues people tell me they have when trying to write. Often we’re blogging from home alongside other work and family commitments, and it can ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
The ONE thing your written content needs. (And it’s not what you think!)
5th of November 2013 Guest Blogger 56

The ONE thing your written content needs. (And it’s not what you think!)

This is a guest contribution from karen gunton is a blogger, teacher, and visual marketing specialist. Bloggers hear a lot of advice about content marketing, email marketing, and social media marketing, but you may have noticed something new pop into the online landscape lately – visual marketing. So yes, even though ...more
Writing Content
One Activity You Should Do On Your Blog Every Day
30th of October 2013 Darren Rowse 83

One Activity You Should Do On Your Blog Every Day

What’s the one thing that you should do on your blog every day (or at least regularly)? “Create new content!” Good answer! Without regular new content your blog isn’t really a blog is it? Another Great Daily Exercise for Your Blog But other than creating new content – what else ...more
Blog Promotion
Call-to-Action 101: Why they’re important and how to use them
26th of October 2013 Guest Blogger 26

Call-to-Action 101: Why they’re important and how to use them

This is guest contribution from Michael Kuhlmann. Would you like to increase your readership? How about boosting downloads for your latest white paper or newly-launched digital product? The secret to success sometimes lies in the obvious. While you may have placed a sign-up field for your newsletter or added a new ...more
Writing Content