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Archive for April, 2016

A Simple Exercise to Help You Write Effective Sales Copy

If you’ve got four minutes to spare today, I can help you nail your sales copy. I recently heard Ed Dale of The Challenge and MagCast speak at a conference on the topic, and I took pages and pages of notes – copywriting, marketing, and sales are the biggest things I’ve struggled with, as I imagine […]

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How to Make Your Blog a Cybersecurity Fortress

This is a guest contribution from Cassie Phillips. Problogger is where I learned a lot of my own blogging skills, and I cannot compliment Darren enough for creating a space for bloggers that focuses on real improvement and in-depth conversation. Posts on the website such as this one on improving SEO efforts demonstrate the quality […]

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4 Of My Most Viewed Blog Posts This Month and Why They Worked

Sometimes it’s worth taking a look back over you recent posts, weeding out the ones that have done well, and going over them for a brief review. I do this quite regularly to keep tabs on what our readers are responding to, and if there are ways I can expand or reuse the post for […]

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Warning: Are You Making These 8 Traffic-Killing Mistakes?

This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke. Are you unintentionally sabotaging your blog’s chances of success? It can be really tough just to keep your head above water when you’re blogging. There’s so much great advice out there – and so many things you could be doing. It’s also easy to get things wrong. […]

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How to Create a Bridge Business That Will Take You From Now to Your Dream Job

This is a guest contribution from Bryanna Royal. You spend every day going to your 9 to 5 job, but you know there’s something more out there for you. Maybe it’s starting a travel blog, a lifestyle blog, a food blog. Whatever it may be, you know it isn’t the 9 to 5 you’re at […]

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How to Blog Smart – 9 Areas to Think Strategically About in Your Blogging

In the last episode of the ProBlogger podcast, I talked about how to blog with heart – but I also mentioned that merging those efforts with strategic blogging is a better combination for success. In today’s episode, I discuss the second half of that idea: blog strategies. These topics were in response to two bloggers […]

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5 Ways to Be Comfortable on Camera So You Can Make More Money with Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Nathan Agin. Sometimes you’re just terrified. It’s not a matter of passion or knowledge—you have written plenty on your blog in the past, and people can’t shut you up once you get started. But now, you’re face-to-face with the camera, and you just freeze up. Nothing happens. You don’t […]

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