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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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Writing Challenge: Write a “Mistakes” Blog Post

Today I want to give you a writing challenge – one of many we’ve done during the life of this podcast. We’ve tackled list posts, link posts, opinion posts, calls to action, review posts, and “how I do it” posts, and now it’s time to crack open our vulnerabilities with posts about making mistakes. As […]

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The Secret Weapon That Levels the Playing Field for Every Blogger

This is a guest contribution from Ryan Biddulph. 7 years ago I was a broke, depressed, recently-laid-off security guard. My life had no direction. I had no purpose. My self esteem was in the toilet. I was lost, swaying to and fro on a sea of circumstance. Today, I am a pro-blogging island-hopper. My wife […]

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Pitches and Get More Freelance Writing Work

This is a guest contribution from Jorden Roper. You know you’re a good writer, so why aren’t you landing the gigs that you want? Well, it’s probably because you aren’t pitching your ideas properly. Because – let’s face it – even if you’re the best writer in the world, you’ll get rejected every single time […]

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8 Effective Ways to End a Blog Post

Bloggers talk a lot about how to start a blog post – how to craft the perfect title, how to hook the reader in from the first sentence – but equally important is how you end it. How you leave the reader at the end of your post can have a huge effect on whether they […]

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3 Writing Superpowers Every Blogger Needs

This is a guest contribution from Al Tait. Confession: I wrote this post twice. I believe in the power of storytelling and I think it’s at the heart of what makes great bloggers successful. So I wanted to write about that. The first time, I concentrated on the structure of storytelling, looking at what makes […]

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10 Ideas for Finding Blogging Inspiration

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. No matter what famous authors tell you, writer’s block is a real thing, and it’s not easy to overcome. If you’ve spent much time in the content creation world, you’ve probably done your fair share of staring at a blank word document, wondering what you should be […]

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How She Does it: Blogger Pip Lincolne Talks Finding Time to Write Books

As Darren said a little while ago, everybody has a book in them, but it’s probably more accurate to say every blogger has at least 10 ideas for eBooks inside them. If you’re a writer, you’ve got a lot to say. You might want to write eBooks, print books, memoirs, autobiographies – a thousand ideas, but […]

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How to Create Great Content For Your Blog – Q&A, Part 1

Today’s episode of the ProBlogger podcast is a melting pot of your inquiries – really diverse topics, such as: Should I share personal posts on my business blog? How often should I be posting on my blog? How do you develop compelling content? What days of week/time of day are best to post? How did […]

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10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. Working from home sounds like a pretty cushy job. You can wear whatever you like, eat as often as you want, text your friends, run errands, and be at home with your family, all while being employed. However, that list of things can often make it difficult […]

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