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Archive for September, 2014

ProBlogger Event 2014 – Wrap Up

It is hard to believe but the 2014 ProBlogger Training event is already last month and if I’m honest with you – I’m still reeling from it a little. Image by WonderWebby What an amazing two days! This was our second year of holding the event on the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia but it was […]

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5 Unique Ways to Increase Your Blog Traffic

This is a guest contribution from SEO expert Zach Radford. Today, you don’t gain blog traffic by paying for backlinks or by swapping them like the old days. Instead, you need to focus on creating quality content that is beneficial to your visitors. We know that. But how do you do it? And do it […]

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Q&A: Your Social Media Strategy

There’s not much Darren hasn’t tried in the way of social media, and using it as a complement to his blog. In this webinar (available in full to ProBlogger.com members), he outlines his method for success, as well as answering your questions about how to make the best use of this media. Darren covers: Where […]

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Case Study: My Experiment with Starting a 2nd Facebook Page for My Blog

Regular readers of ProBlogger would know that over the last 18 months, I’ve put a lot of effort into Facebook – particularly by building up the Digital Photography School Facebook page. I’ve worked hard in that time to grow both the reach and influence of the page and while there have been ups and downs […]

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How to Write a Short Story With Deep Structure (And Win a Prize for It)

Would you like to know how to write a short story that wins a prize? Of course you would! You’ve drafted your story, and it looks good. But now you want to fine-tune it to win a contest. How do you improve your chances? Let me tell you a secret. I’ve judged more than 5000 […]

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The First Ever WritetoDone Flash Fiction Contest

Many readers ask, ‘How can I become known as a writer?’ One of the best ways is to win a writing contest. We’ve got a lot of talented writers here at WritetoDone; I’m always impressed by the stunning responses to our Scene Stealer series! So we decided to spice it up and give you an opportunity to […]

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Four Ways to Crush Your Email Challenge and Build the List

This is a guest contribution from Luke Guy. I support building your email list more than any other thing. It’s the building block to any platform-building. You should be collecting emails before you even build the blog or write the book. I Wish I did it this way to begin with. Why? Collecting emails has […]

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Creating and Selling Ebooks Webinar

This webinar (available in full for ProBlogger.com members) features ProBlogger Marketing Ninja Shayne Tilley outlining the strategy for getting the best return on your efforts creating and selling eBooks. It covers: Sell Sheets: Do you need one? What is it? How to make a good one. What content to have in your book – what […]

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The Number One Tip for Freelance Writers from Han Solo

What do you think of Han Solo, the nerd-herder of Star Wars? Maybe you gush about how awesome he is. Maybe you insist: “He shot first.” Maybe you like him because his scruffy appearance hides a heart of galactic gold. A heart of gold? Han wasn’t always like this. In fact, when we first met […]

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Do You Know The Secret Sauce That Turns Stories Into Magic?

Let me tell you a story. Once there was a writer who had a dream. To live, work and thrive by telling stories that made people smile, swoon and weep. He was pretty decent at it too, sailing through school on a knack for essays and last-minute term papers that fooled faculty into giving him […]

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