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Comment on Partnering With Brands Theme Week: Putting it All Together and Getting Started by Mel

I have a site that has a ton of traffic (200k+ in the last month), the readers are engaged, and we’re active on Twitter and Facebook. This is time sensitive because this traffic will only last for a couple more months; I want to take advantage of the opportunity while I can but I don’t […]

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Comment on 5 Key Elements for a Successful Women’s Blog by Holly

This is a great post and some really great advice for anyone starting or struggling with their blog. Thank you for taking the time to write it. It seems that we all forget about our theme and what our blog looks like as we get too busy trying to promote it. Keeping it fresh is […]

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Comment on 5 Key Elements for a Successful Women’s Blog by Prerna

I can actually relate to this post both being a woman & a beauty blogger. I am a beauty blogger and I agree with all points here. I put lot of images in my post because I know thats the first thing which gains my attention in other beauty blogs.Only point I slipped was writing […]

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Comment on 5 Key Elements for a Successful Women’s Blog by Agnes Obara

Thank you so much for these helpful tips. I do agree that staying away from the drama and making sure that you give value to your online reputation are musts for women bloggers. What you publish defines you and if you don’t act professional, no one will take you seriously. Powered by WPeMatico

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5 Key Elements for a Successful Women’s Blog

Image via Flickr user Liquine This is a guest contribution by Renee from Beautifille.com.  This year marks 10 years of my blogging career, and after starting several women’s blogs (some successful, some not), and being an avid reader of them myself, I’ve learn the key elements in what makes a blog “make it” or not. Here […]

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2 Simple Ways to Customise Your Facebook Updates

Today I want to share a Facebook tip that I’m sure many ProBlogger readers will already know, but which I am sure some have not heard about. Every single time I share it, I get “wow, I never knew that!” comments. It’s all to do with how Facebook lets you customise your status updates when sharing […]

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Scene Stealers – Create a Splash!

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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Are You Using This Simple Way To Get More Shares On Social Media? 9 Tools To Help You

They’re all over Pinterest. They’ve taken over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They’re inspiring. They’re silly. They’re sad and they’re happy. Yes, you guessed right – I’m talking about Image Quotes.   Have you seen photographs of inspiring landscapes with a quote neatly overlaid? Or quotes in cool typography over a solid color background? Those are image […]

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What You Need to Know About Your Stats if You Want to Work With Brands on Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Louisa Claire of Brand Meets Blog, a blogger outreach agency marrying brands with the bloggers who want to work with them. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by last week’s Partnering with Brands theme week, this might give you just the inspiration you need… When bloggers start working with […]

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Partnering With Brands Theme Week: Putting it All Together and Getting Started

  You have decided to work with brands on your blog to create a little income. Congratulations! You’re joining hundreds of thousands of others doing that very thing, and more than likely having a great time doing so. You’ve read all the advice, and you’re keen to get started. Let’s put it all together and […]

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