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Archive for December, 2014

Get Social Media Right: Five Things you Just Can’t Miss

This is a guest contribution from Pratik Dholakiya. There’s no doubt social media is important for businesses to engage with potential and existing customers. It’s marketing 101. Since it’s the de facto “I’ll let the world know what I think about this product or brand” medium, it’s also a unique channel where companies and businesses now […]

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Stand out from the Crowd: Simplicity Tips from Amy Lynn Andrews

If you’ve been blogging for long, you’ve no doubt heard of Amy Lynn Andrews. Plain-language blogging tips, tricks, and tutorials are Amy’s game. And while everyone gets louder and brighter on the internet in order to catch your attention, Amy is whispering. And it works. Amy covers everything from How to Start a Blog to How […]

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The One Secret You Need to Read to Increase Conversion Rates

This is a guest contribution from Richard Akhmerov of Devore Agency. Image via Flickr user Jerry Nihen. Have you ever thought to yourself: “Why are some internet marketers so successful, while most are just average?” Now, we can come up with a variety of excuses as to why they are more successful: a bigger list, better […]

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How to Get Read: 8 Ways to Take your Blog From Existence to Greatness

This is a guest contribution from Jerry Low.   Here’s one thing I bet you don’t know about Isaac Newton – do you know Newton has the most valuable tooth in human history? One of his teeth was sold in 1816 at auction for approximately $3,600. In today’s terms, that is about $35,000 – which […]

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How to Promote Your Blog Without Letting The Rest of Your Blogging Slide

Recently I shared the stories of how my two blogs grew. One (ProBlogger) had a ‘tipping point’ early on which grew traffic almost overnight and the other (Digital Photography School) had slow but steady growth over several years with no real tipping point. There were some great comments on that post including this one from Steve: […]

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Is it Time to Burn Feedburner? There are Alternatives

This is a guest contribution from Steve Williams of feedburner-alternatives.com To build up a readership it’s crucial to offer your visitors to subscribe to your blog, so they get updated every time you publish a new post. The two most important channels are email and RSS. Social media, despite the hype, is only second priority in […]

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What to Do BEFORE You Launch A Product On Your Blog

Over the last 5 years there has been a shift in the way that many bloggers try to monetise their blogs. Rather than relying upon advertising and working with brands to make money – many have started to develop their own products to sell directly to readers (whether it be by selling virtual products or […]

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