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How to Create Blog Posts That People Remember

While traffic to a blog is usually top of mind for a blogger, the real gold is when you create recurring traffic from loyal and engaged fans. It’s all very well and good to have lots of numbers in your stats, but if nobody is interacting or sticking around, it actually doesn’t get you very […]

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Content Marketing – Secrets From an Entrepreneur Who Has Used It to Build a Successful Business

I’m really excited about this episode of the ProBlogger Podcast, as today I am sharing my interview with Dan Norris: serial entrepreneur and founder of WP Curve (which gives bloggers access to WordPress developers for unlimited small jobs). Dan recently spoke at the Australian ProBlogger event as part of the Small Business Bootcamp, which we ran […]

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4 Methods To Get More Blog Traffic From Twitter

This is a guest contribution from  No matter how much blog traffic we get, we will always want more, right? More blog traffic opens the door to more opportunities, relationships, and sales. Not only do we want more blog traffic, but we also want to get blog traffic from a variety of platforms. This is […]

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6 Actionable Content Promotion Strategies You Can Use Today

This is a guest contribution from Adam Connell of Blogging Wizard. Have you ever published a piece of content and watched it flat-line? Putting all of your effort into content which can help others, but you just can’t seem to drive enough traffic to it. We’ve all been there. So what’s the solution? It all […]

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5 Pop-up Creation Mistakes You Have to Avoid for Better User Experience

This is a guest contribution from Abrar Mohi Shafee of Blogging Spell. Do you build email lists in your website? If your answer is yes, the chances are high that you are using a pop-up to collect emails. Why is that and not anything else? Because pop-up is proved to be one of the high […]

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7 Crucial Parts of a Successful Outreach Strategy

This is a guest contribution from Jonathan John. If you’ve been reading how-to blog and content marketing blogs for very long, then you’ve no doubt come across this buzzword: outreach. Nowadays, all the big guns are talking about outreach and how it’s gonna revolutionize content marketing and take your latest blog posts from 0-100 real quick. […]

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Study Shows: Blog Posts Published on Weekends Get More Social Shares

This is a guest post from Lior Levin. You work hard to create relevant, engaging content for your blog and you want to be sure that it has as many eyeballs on it as possible. Sometimes, getting the job done can be discouraging and leave you feeling like you are completely reliant on your audience […]

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How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog Through Your Archived Material on Facebook

This is a guest contribution from Jonathan Goodman. I love discovering systems that work in the background so you can focus on your blog. What I’m going to detail is like the concept of compound interest. At the beginning, the effects will be small  – but over time, as the system continues to work and […]

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Grow Traffic to Your Blog Through Guest Posting and Creating Content for Other Blogs, Forums, Media and Events

Today’s episode is the fifth in this series we’ve been exploring on the ProBlogger Podcast about finding readers. To get you up to speed, you can find the first four here: Two Questions to Ask to Help You Find Readers for Your Blog Two Types of Content to Help You Find Readers for Your Blog […]

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Find Readers for Your Blog Through Commenting and Relationships

In the last episode of the ProBlogger podcast we talked about how to build a sticky blog to keep readers on your site. Today, we’re going to talk about how to find them in the first place by building community, strengthening relationships, and commenting on other blogs. It’s important that not only you build great content […]

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