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Archive for July, 2014

Lost Your Motivation to Write? The One Thing that Helps

Have you ever lost your motivation to write? You have a deadline staring you in the face, and no words to reach it. Feels awful, doesn’t it? People love talking about motivation. The truth is, there’s  some great content out there about getting motivated.   But asking “How do I motivate myself?” misses a critical point: […]

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ProBlogger in Perth: 10 Things Darren Wishes He Knew About Blogging

This is a guest contribution from blogger Jenish Pandya. What happens when ProBlogger legend Darren Rowse comes to your city for the first time ever? You and everyone around you go crazy and act like teenagers at a Justin Bieber concert and start taking heaps of photos every time he makes a move. Then what […]

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How to Maintain Focus when Writing? [ASK THE READER]

Can you maintain your focus when writing? If so, you’re a wonder! Most people struggle to maintain focus. They feel scattered and find it difficult to stay on track. I recently got an email from one of our readers, Barrett Caton. He said: I tend to over-think things when I write. Sometimes it just feels like a […]

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Create the Best Pay-Per-Click Landing Page in 7 Easy Steps

Image via Flickr user Andrew Pescod This is a guest contribution from Poulami Ghosh of PPC Ads Management. If conversion rates really matter to you, you should be aware that every marketing campaign has to have a dedicated landing page. This is particularly true with regard to PPC where you have to pay for every […]

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How to Write a Book or Blog (The 6 Danger Stages You Need To Overcome)

You’ve probably had the experience of starting a novel or blog with great intentions… …only to find that, a few months later, you’ve barely made any progress. Maybe you started strong but lost momentum. Maybe you jumped ahead when you should’ve paused. Or maybe you got discouraged and gave up. And you wonder: how to […]

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Three Ways to Outperform Your Online Competition

This is a guest contribution from Emma Henry of True Target Marketing. There’s no denying that plenty of us are trying to make a living on the internet. The good news is that it’s still early days when it comes to building a successful online business. In reality, very few businesses know how to effectively […]

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How Social Media Can Affect Your Search Engine Rankings

This is a guest contribution from digital media project manager Sandeep Sharma. Now more than ever, marketing experts are improving their marketing strategy with fewer resources, and they are shifting marketing budgets from traditional to digital tactics like search engine optimization and social media. Companies, too often, omit their social media marketing strategy from their SEO […]

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How I Earned $15000 from The Problogger Job Board

This is a guest contribution from Andy Nathan, of Smart at the Start. I have a secret formula for using the Problogger job board that will enthrall many, and bring others to tears with their boredom. That is OK! I do not want everyone to use what I am about to explain below, because that […]

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Content Isn’t King… Here’s What Is!

Over the years I’ve heard many debates in the blogosphere about what is ‘king’. ‘Blogging is King’ was something many argued almost 10 years ago as it began to rise in popularity. ‘Content is King’ was the catch cry for many years… then it became ‘Community is King’ for a while as community management became […]

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How I Made Over $7500 From One Email as a Freelance Writer

Have you ever wondered how to become a freelance writer? Maybe you think it’s a challenge to find clients for your freelance writing business. Maybe you’ve tried your hand at in-person networking events. Pitched editors and marketing managers of companies? But the results are far below your expectations. There’s a much better alternative you might be […]

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