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Archive for September, 2015

7 Habits of Lucky Entrepreneurs

In today’s episode of the ProBlogger podcast, I’m talking about all things luck. How important is it in business and blogging? How much of luck is really just hard work? Do you need to be lucky to successful. My first steps along this journey into blogging really were lucky, I feel. It all started from […]

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10 Ideas for Finding Blogging Inspiration

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. No matter what famous authors tell you, writer’s block is a real thing, and it’s not easy to overcome. If you’ve spent much time in the content creation world, you’ve probably done your fair share of staring at a blank word document, wondering what you should be […]

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How to Use Blab Live Streaming to Grow Your Blog

  In today’s episode of the ProBlogger podcast, I am talking about a new tool for bloggers and content creators that I’ve really taken to: Blab. It’s kind of like the lovechild of Google Hangouts and Periscope, and I’ve been experimenting with it a lot lately. When I first heard of Blab I was sceptical, but […]

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10 Outstanding Grammar Tips for Writers: Take the Quiz

Grammar mistakes are embarrassing, don’t you agree? To save you embarrassment,  WritetoDone  collaborated with Grammarly and Daily Writing Tips to compile a list of 30 outstanding grammar tips for writers. Use these handy tips to improve your writing so your work will be clearer, accurate, and more professional. In the quiz below, you’ll find 10 grammar tips […]

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Can Launching a “For Beginners” Blog Still Work?

This is a guest contribution from Karol K. Here’s the thing. One of the prevailing myths around blogging is that the best way to start a new blog is to find a topic you’re passionate about, and then build a blog targeting a general, beginner audience interested in it. For example, if your passion is […]

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How She Does it: Blogger Pip Lincolne Talks Finding Time to Write Books

As Darren said a little while ago, everybody has a book in them, but it’s probably more accurate to say every blogger has at least 10 ideas for eBooks inside them. If you’re a writer, you’ve got a lot to say. You might want to write eBooks, print books, memoirs, autobiographies – a thousand ideas, but […]

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Comment on How One Couple Drastically Changed Their Life by Blogging by Gina Horkey

For sure Laurie! Thanks for your encouragement:-) Powered by WPeMatico

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Comment on 3 Project Management and Organisational Apps that I Use in My Blogging by Alex Marsh

I’ve come to this blogpost late. I use evernote in very much the same way you do, and the fact that it’s available across devices is the key positive. Asana (mentioned above) is well worth checking out. I’ve switched to using it for my to-do list – you can structure everything by projects and share/allocate […]

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Comment on 10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger by Tim Fehraydinov

Hi. You have some really nice tips here. I especially liked the first one – ‘find your groove’. As for me, it’s the most vital one. You can eat sugar-heavy snacks all day, be dressed in a pajama (or even be nude lol), work in a room full of drunk folks, but if you got […]

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Comment on 10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger by Humanheal

You are absolutely right about this. I am a type of part time blogger and work for few strictly maintained hours. But social media and other external distractions always distract me. I am gonna make a checklist of these points. Powered by WPeMatico

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