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Archive for June, 2014

9 World-class Bloggers Share Their #1 Email List Building Tip

This is a guest post from Nate Desmond of SumoMe, plus half a dozen contributors you’ll encounter throughout the article. Too many blogs are plagued by hit-and-run visitors.  These are people who come, read your article, and then melt back into the ether of the internet. As much as we love to see spikes in […]

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Pat Flynn, Jeff Goins, Tsh Oxenreider, Pamela Slim and Chris Ducker Join ProBlogger Academy Lineup In Portland

In just a few weeks time Chris Garrett and myself will be hosting a full day of training in Portland Oregon as part of the World Domination Summit. The event is on 10 July in Portland and runs from 9am-4pm. The cost is just $29 for WDS attendees and $49 for non WDS attendees! You […]

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3 Mistakes that Are Keeping Your Readers from Becoming Cash Customers

Image via taxcredit.net This is a guest contribution from Sonja Jobson. You’ve been told that blogging is a great way to grow your business online, snag leads, and ultimately make sales.  And so far, your blog is helping to boost your traffic, spread the word around on social media, and build up an audience. But […]

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How to Hire an Ace Blogger for Your Company: A Blueprint

Image via Flickr user Brizzle Born and Bred This is a guest contribution from Steff Green of WorkflowMax. Having been a freelance blogger since 2009, I’m used to looking for ways to improve my pitches and blogging job applications. However, recently I got to sit on the other side of the desk. I’ve landed the […]

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How Your Business Can Make the Most Out of Google Updates

This is a guest contribution from Emma Henry of True Target Marketing. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), when executed well, can reap significant results for an online business.  It can boost search engine rankings and increase targeted website traffic, resulting in more sales leads and paying customers. If you have plans to implement an SEO campaign, […]

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Theme Week Roundup: Which Tip Will You Put into Practise?

Last week we delved in deep to the things you can do with your post once you hit “publish”. Some people feel as though that’s the end of the road, and others feel as though it’s only the beginning! There are plenty of things you can do to keep your post current on social media, […]

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Theme Week: Extend Your Ideas With Future Blog Posts

This week we’ve been looking at what to do after you’ve hit publish on your blog posts. Today I’d like to suggest a task that I think has real potential to help our blogs to make a big impact upon our readers by taking them on our journey. Think about how to extend the ideas […]

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Theme Week: You’ve Got Readers To Your Blog – This is How You Keep Them There

There’s no denying that driving traffic to your posts is usually at the top of every blogger’s list once they hit “publish”. And while we’ve chatted this week about sharing your posts on social media for the best effect, and how to repurpose your content so even more eyes see it – it’s time now […]

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Theme Week: How to Repurpose Your Content [and Why You Should Do It!]

This week we’ve been talking about what to do with your blog posts after you hit publish. So far we’ve talked about optimizing it for search and socializing it on social media – today we’re going to talk about ‘repurposing’ it. What is Repurposing Content? I like Erin Everhart’s definition of repurposing content. She defines […]

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Theme Week: Publish Your Blog Post Without SEO, and 1000s of Visits Will Be Forever Lost

We welcome Rand Fishkin to the ProBlogger Theme Week today to talk us through all things SEO. While this week we’re exploring all the things you can do with a post after you hit “publish”, Rand is reminding is to take a second before we do and have a look at the things you can do […]

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