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How One Blogger More than Doubled Her Comments, Traffic, Shares and Subscribers With a Simple Tweak

“Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still.” — Chinese Proverb — Darren Rowse (@problogger) March 23, 2016 I tweeted this little proverb a few days ago because it encouraged me in a moment of personal frustration with the slowness of growth of one of my projects (something I’m sure many […]

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5 Ways Bloggers and Content Creators Could Use Anchor

Last week I noticed a number of people that I followed on Twitter had started using a new way of creating and sharing content using the Anchor App. For those of you who have not seen it here’s an example of an update I created on it earlier in the week: The idea is that […]

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4 Ways A Superhero System Will Make You A Better Blogger

“That’s it! I’m starting a blog!” We all had that fire, that passion when we first started a blog. The excitement of creating content and putting it out into the world was tangible… that feeling (and motivation) to publish a few posts and see what everybody thinks. Fast forward a few months: what happened? Where […]

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How to Create and Use Infographics to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Luke Guy. Let me start this post by telling you a quick story: I once created this niche site that I thought would do really well. I wanted to flex my SEO skills, and see if I could a new site ranked rather quickly (I talk about how I […]

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8 Ways to Find Trending Topics and Key Words

One of the key success factors in marketing is the ability of a marketer to seize a certain moment – jumping on a trending item that will resonate with their audience, and repackaging it so it’s relevant to the reader. We’re all individuals, and what we like could be totally different to our friends. But […]

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How to Come up with Fresh Ideas to Write About On Your Blog

There comes a time in the life of every blogger when they feel as though there’s nothing left to say – that they’ve said it all, and no new ideas are forthcoming. It can strike when you have been blogging for some years and have spent a lot of time crafting posts on the important […]

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Battling Bloggers Block – Where do you get Stuck?

Recently, I had a question from a listener: “Darren do you have any tips for bloggers with bloggers block? I want to take my blog to the next level in 2016 but I’m stuck. Every time I sit down to write nothing comes and the more that happens the more stressed I feel and the […]

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5 Reasons Batching Your Blog Content Can Improve Your Productivity

This is a guest contribution from Christian Karasiewicz. Do you ever find you’re always rushing to compose a blog post? Or maybe you meant to write a blog post, but life happened and you forgot? What if you could relieve the pressure of constant blogging and have content ready-to-go on a weekly basis? Would it […]

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How to Overcome Fear of Speaking, Podcasting, Live Streaming, Webinars and More

Is fear holding you back from engaging in mediums like Live streaming, Podcasting, webinars, talking-head videos or even speaking at live events? Over the last couple of years we’ve seen amazing opportunities open up to bloggers who are willing to embrace some of these mediums – but alongside the opportunities, I’ve noticed a rising tide […]

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Top Takeaways for Bloggers from the International Food Blogger Conference 2015

This is a guest contribution from Thei Zervaki. Each year, the International Food Blogger Conference brings together USA-based and foreign food bloggers under the same roof. During the three-day event, participants taste food, improve their food writing skills, and learn more about the latest trends in photography and technology. As a participant myself in this […]

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