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Archive for April, 2014

Announcing the New Sticky Top Bar Plugin: A ProBlogger WordPress Plugin

A couple of weeks ago we launched the new ProBlogger.com – a private membership site that not only has a community/forum area for bloggers to network, collaborate and learn but one which provides members with regular webinars as well as exclusive access to some tools that my team have been developing for my blogs. Recently […]

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My Top 5 Mistakes as a Blogger

Over in the ProBlogger.com forum last week, I issued members with a challenge to complete this week on their blogs. The challenge was simple – to write a ‘top 5’ post on any topic they wanted. This is my own contribution to the challenge! My Top 5 Mistakes as a Blogger I’ve been blogging 11 […]

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44 Things Bloggers Should Be Delegating to Virtual Staff to Catapult Their Online Growth

Chris’ internal team, based in Cebu City. This is a guest post contribution by Chris Ducker. One of the biggest pain points that comes up when I talk to bloggers about growing their blogs is that there simply isn’t enough time in the day to do everything they need to, to truly start to catapult […]

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Creating Products Week: Your Experiences – What Have You Done?

We hope you’ve enjoyed the mega-week we’ve had here on ProBlogger talking about creating products – everything from what reconnaissance you should do prior to choosing a product, all the way through to your product’s launch phases. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here. What we’d like to ask you, however, is […]

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Creating Products Week: Making Products Happen – Getting Your Ideas off the Ground

Today we have Team Member Jasmin Tragas weighing in with her take on creating great products. She is the Producer of eBooks at Digital Photography School, and has had a hand in almost all of the ProBlogger products made over the three years she’s been with us. A creative whiz, Jasmin has a fantastic perspective […]

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5 Ways To Improve A Perfect Story

You’ve written a story you’re proud of. You’ve edited it until there’s nothing left to do. It’s perfect! Isn’t it? Of course. But how can you enhance it? That’s the challenge I face every day as a “copy doctor” when members of my writing program send me their work-in-progress for my comments. Often I despair. Their […]

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Creating Products Week: The Launch Countdown

Darren says: It’s been a big week here at ProBlogger as we’ve worked through a series of posts exploring the topic of monetizing blogs through creating products. I hope you’ve found it helpful and feel equipped to create your next product. Today in a final instalment from Shayne and myself (we do have one more […]

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Creating Products Week: How to Create Products for Your Blog

Darren  says: Today is part 4 in our ‘creating products’ week here at ProBlogger and now that we’ve done a lot of the ground work and decided on what product to create, we’re moving onto the all-important challenge of actually creating the product that we want to sell on our blog. This is a huge […]

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Creating Products Week: Which Product Should I Create?

Darren says: Today Shayne Tilley continues our series on creating products for your blog by examining the important question of “what product should you create?” This is a question I know many ProBlogger readers are pondering because I get asked it many times. “Should I create an eBook, a course, a membership area or something else?” […]

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Scene Stealers: Build Tension

Welcome to Scene Stealers, our series of writing prompts designed to flex your creative muscles. We’re thrilled that so many of you are participating in our writing prompt series. (Read the other Scene Stealers here and add one of your own.)   How it works   We set the scene You steal it, make it your own, and Share your […]

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