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Archive for September, 2015

Five Apps to Help You Manage Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Cassie Phillips. If you’re here at ProBlogger, I’m betting you already know writing a blog can be a useful endeavor for a number of different reasons. A blog can help you journal your life or collect ideas from other people’s blogs that will be useful in your life. It […]

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How to Make $30,000 a year Blogging

If you’re anything like the overwhelmed blogger I spoke to a few years ago, who thought making a full time living from her blog was basically impossible, then this episode of the ProBlogger podcast is for you. The truth is, making a full-time living from blogging means different things to different people – what is […]

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5 Pop-up Creation Mistakes You Have to Avoid for Better User Experience

This is a guest contribution from Abrar Mohi Shafee of Blogging Spell. Do you build email lists in your website? If your answer is yes, the chances are high that you are using a pop-up to collect emails. Why is that and not anything else? Because pop-up is proved to be one of the high […]

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Did You Miss These Popular Posts on Writing?

If you want to be inspired, challenged and entertained, read these four popular posts on writing which were published this month on WritetoDone. Just click on the headlines to read the post. How to Bond With Your Readers: The Glory and Pain of Writing This post by John Yeoman got a very strong response from our […]

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Writing Challenge: Write a ‘How I Do It’ Blog Post

Today’s podcast episode is a little bit different – a throwback of sorts to one of the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Podcast challenges. I think it’s important to offer challenges like this, as it’s very easy to read or listen to what to do, but actually doing it is a totally different […]

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Study Shows: Blog Posts Published on Weekends Get More Social Shares

This is a guest post from Lior Levin. You work hard to create relevant, engaging content for your blog and you want to be sure that it has as many eyeballs on it as possible. Sometimes, getting the job done can be discouraging and leave you feeling like you are completely reliant on your audience […]

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Do You Recognize These 21 Blogging Mistakes?

While the pathway to blogging is different for everybody, and you could argue there’s no “wrong” way, in today’s ProBlogger podcast I discuss some of the mistakes I made when first starting out, and the most typical mistakes I see newer bloggers making. I wonder if any of you recognize yourselves in these behaviours that could very […]

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If Blogging Were a Sport, Here are Three Things I Learned While Playing the Game

This is a guest post from Laura Forde from Life of the Differently Abled. When I think of blogging, I think of a sports stadium with a game being played on the field. It truly doesn’t matter the sport in question for this analogy to work, what matters is this: What matters is that the […]

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7 Crucial Parts of a Successful Outreach Strategy

This is a guest contribution from Jonathan John. If you’ve been reading how-to blog and content marketing blogs for very long, then you’ve no doubt come across this buzzword: outreach. Nowadays, all the big guns are talking about outreach and how it’s gonna revolutionize content marketing and take your latest blog posts from 0-100 real quick. […]

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7 Tools for Creating Superb Bestselling Book Titles

Bestselling book titles don’t arise out of thin air. Sure, you can jot down ideas or create a book title that simply states what your book is about. But there is so much more you can do to take your title to the next level. Coming up with an epic book title can be frustrating. […]

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