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Archive for March, 2014

Creating Product Week: How to Create and Sell Products On Your Blog

Welcome our ‘Creating and Selling Products’ Week – a week of content here on ProBlogger completely dedicated to helping you to create and launch profitable products on your blog. Over the past few months we’ve done a number of theme based weeks that take a more intense dive into topics relevant to bloggers. Most recently […]

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5 Steps to Determine the Right Social Media Content for You

This is a guest contribution from Benjamin Taylor, of Eloqua. At the core, one of the biggest goals of social media is to foster and maintain engagement.  Anyone can create a social media account, but one of the hardest parts is to determine what kind of content you should be sharing. It’s safe to say […]

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Spring Clean Your Writing Business And Boost Your Income: 7 Ways

Struggling to increase your income? Maybe the clutter in your life prevents you from seeing and grabbing the lucrative opportunities around you. I encourage you to put on your spring cleaning cap, and spruce up your writing business. Because, believe it or not, cleaning can help you boost your income. This isn’t just about tidying […]

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The ProBlogger Infinite Scroller WordPress Plugin

Last week we made out first plugin available on the ProBlogger Community: an Infinite Scroll Wordpess Plugin. It’s a plugin we’ve been using on Digital Photography School since we redesigned it late last year. With each of these plugins we release we want to share why we’re using it on our own sites, and also give you […]

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The Stephen King Drawer Method for Writing Better Copy

Image by Flickr user Mo Riza This is a post from ProBlogger.net Managing Editor Stacey Roberts When I was studying journalism, it was pointed out to us very early on that our first drafts of anything were never going to be printed. They just weren’t. They were to be edited by professionals with no emotional […]

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7 Reasons You Should Pay the Haters

This is a guest contribution from Matt Cumming. I Messed Up. Okay, this is embarrassing, but not-so-long ago I signed up for Reddit and without too much thought I dropped a simple attention-grabbing title and link to an article on my website within the first five minutes. Yes, I hear you — bad form — but I […]

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How to Write a Poem (and Why This Will Help You Become a Better Writer)

Recently, I re-read a little book I created some years ago. It’s a book of poems. I collected my poems and then ‘published’ them in a book I handcrafted myself. It made a special gift for my loved ones. I’m not what people call ‘a poet,’ but I do tend to write poems now and […]

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Conversion Case Study: How I Made $7115 From 85 Unique Visitors

This is a guest contribution from Marcus Maclean, of The Million-Dollar Case Study. Image from DryIcons Over the years, I’ve created and sold several “how-to” information products online, but none have been as successful as The Million Dollar Case Study. Within days of launching the site, I made $7115 from the first 85 unique visitors. […]

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What Are YOU Writing?

What are you working on right now? A novel? Your best article ever? A poem? A film script? Maybe you’ve just finished something you’re really proud of? Or you just can’t tell whether it should get a Pulitzer or be thrown into the trash? Here’s your chance to share and discuss with each other what […]

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All You Need to Know About Using Exclusivity for Better Product Launches

This is a contribution by our very own Shayne Tilley. Image by Flickr user EricaStLeonards Launching products and campaigning can be fast-moving and complex beasts. There are so many layers, and even the best-laid plans can be scrapped in an instant as it all goes amazing well, or horrifically wrong… Two promotional tactics we use […]

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