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The Only Blog Post Idea List You’ll Ever Need
11th of June 2012 Guest Blogger 36

The Only Blog Post Idea List You’ll Ever Need

This guest post is by Stephen Pepper of Youth Workin’ It. There are so many articles out there on how you can come up with new blog post ideas, but do any of the suggestions actually work? We started our youth work blog in September 2011 and have posted six days ...more
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Not all editors are the same, so which do you need? on ProBlogger
14th of February 2017 Kelly Exeter 13

All Editors are Not the Same, so Which do You Need?

A question that frequently comes up in writing and blogging groups I’m part of is: ‘anyone know a good editor?’ This is usually followed by comments of ‘I used this guy once but it was a frustrating process’, or ‘mine was ok, but I’m not sure I’d recommend them.’ I’ve ...more
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5 Things to Think About Before You Start Your New Blog | Don't leave home without these tips from ProBlogger!
9th of February 2017 Stacey Roberts 54

5 Things to Think About Before You Start a Blog

It’s time! You’ve had it in the back of your mind for a while now, but you’ve realised the hour is right to take the plunge, and you want to start a blog. Welcome! You’ve come to the right place. If creating a blog is something you’ve been thinking about ...more
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How To Make Time To Grow A Successful Blog When You Have A Full-Time Job | ProBlogger.net
26th of January 2017 Guest Blogger 31

How To Make Time To Grow A Successful Blog When You Have A Full-Time Job

This is a guest contribution from Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents. In August of 2011, I started Making Sense of Cents while working my full-time job. I didn’t have much time to spend on it, as I was working full-time and working towards my Finance MBA, but I used every ...more
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Things You can Do to Set Yourself up For Your Best Year of Blogging Yet! | Practical tips on ProBlogger.net
7th of January 2017 Stacey Roberts 38

Start With a Bang – Things You can Do to Set Yourself up For Your Best Year of Blogging Yet!

There’s nothing like the dawn of a new year to get the adrenaline pumping, the motivation at DEFCON level, and the desire to do everything right like a new year’s resolution on steroids when it comes to our blogs. Maybe this is the year we get our big break if ...more
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6 things you can do in January to make your blog better in 2017 | on ProBlogger.net
22nd of December 2016 Guest Blogger 44

6 Things You Can Do in January to Make Your Blog Better in 2017

As 2016 winds down, many of us are looking towards 2017 wondering what we can do to take our blogs to the next level. Will next year be the year we finally: Turn our blog into a legitimate side-hustle? Score a guest post on a big site? Launch that online ...more
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Should You Move Your Blogging Site To HTTPS? Google has made changes recently to increase the rank of secure blogs - is it something you need to do? | ProBlogger.net
22nd of November 2016 Guest Blogger 50

Should You Move Your Blogging Site To HTTPS?

By ProBlogger SEO expert Jim Stewart ofBloggersSEO. You’ve no doubt seen the subject of HTTPS in the media recently – the importance of applying it to your blogging website in order to preserve your Google rankings has been widely reported. But what does it mean for you? Do you have ...more
Search Engine Optimization
The subtle art of successful blogging - an interview with NYT Bestseller Mark Manson
8th of November 2016 Kelly Exeter 5

The Subtle art of Successful Blogging – an interview with NYT Bestseller Mark Manson

Mark Manson is arguably one of the hottest bloggers in the world right now. Over two million people visit his self-improvement blog each month and his new book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life has gone off in a big ...more
Writing Content
3rd of November 2016 Guest Blogger 18

The Ultimate Editing Checklist for Content Marketers

This is a guest contribution from Benjamin Brandall. Unless you’re writing instructions or technical copy, writing is a creative process. When writers are in the flow, they work in bursts of energy, hammering out paragraphs without stopping to think about editing. Unedited writing is, in the words of Annie Lamott: ...more
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