Guest Blogger
How to Generate Massive Traffic, Excitement, and Even Jealousy with a Hollywood-Style Launch Trailer
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How to Generate Massive Traffic, Excitement, and Even Jealousy with a Hollywood-Style Launch Trailer

This guest post is by Jon Morrow of Smart Blogger (formerly Boost Blog Traffic). You know that feeling you have when you’re onto something big? Your heart is thump, thump, thumping, your mind races down the roads of future possibilities, and you drift through the day with strange grin plastered ...more
Blog Promotion
How to Grow Gracefully
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How to Grow Gracefully

This guest post is by Courtney Carver of bemorewithless.com. If anyone tells you that launching a blog doesn’t take blood, sweat, and tears, get your money back. There is no doubt that launching and growing a successful blog takes time, energy, and dedication. There are so many recommendations about how ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Warning: Are You Doing the Bare Minimum?
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Warning: Are You Doing the Bare Minimum?

This guest post is by Paul of http://junhax.com. Bachelor’s degree . . . bare minimum. A Master’s degree is becoming, well . . . the bare minimum. Posting on your blog once a day, tweeting a few times, responding to a few people, responding to a few emails . . . bare minimum. The truth is ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
10 Writing Mistakes that Will Guarantee Your Blog’s Failure
11th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

10 Writing Mistakes that Will Guarantee Your Blog’s Failure

This is a guest post by Gregory Ciotti of SparringMind.com. You have the ideas. You have the expertise. You have the ability to project them well on your blog, and you are quite confident in your writing ability. Yet, unknowingly, you could be building a sinking ship, punctured by these ...more
Writing Content
The Blogger’s Guide to Meaningful Engagement on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter
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The Blogger’s Guide to Meaningful Engagement on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter

This guest post is by Neil Patel of KISSmetrics. When it comes to social media, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter are the big three. If you’re not on these social sites, then you are missing out on great business opportunities. If you are on these sites, however, you probably know that ...more
Social Media
What Google Search’s SSL Change Means for Your Blog
10th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

What Google Search’s SSL Change Means for Your Blog

This guest post is by Oz of OzSoapbox. Secure Sockets Layer (or SSL to you and me) is an encryption standard most of us are familiar with using whenever we do something over the Internet that needs enhanced security. Whether it be banking, email, signing into a personal account, purchasing ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
The Rookie Mistake that’s Holding You Back
9th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

The Rookie Mistake that’s Holding You Back

This guest post is by Alexander Heyne of Milk the pigeon. You’re paralyzed. You started reading how to drive more traffic to your blog, write viral content, and make money online… Three hours later you wake up and realize you haven’t actually done anything. You think you’ve had a productive ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How I Brought My Blog Back to Life with Tumblr
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How I Brought My Blog Back to Life with Tumblr

This guest post is by David Edwards of www.asittingduck.com. Over the past few years I’ve had success with guest posting and uploading videos on YouTube, but the one thing I’ve struggled with was my blog. There were two reasons: Illustrations are very time consuming to make. Thinking what to write ...more
Blog Networks
10 Steps to Writing Mindfully for Your Blog
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10 Steps to Writing Mindfully for Your Blog

This guest post is by Sean Madden of Mindful Living Guide. These past few months—in my summer and early autumn creative writing classes—I’ve not focused so much on the mindfulness aspect of my teachings. Perhaps this had to do with the energetic pace of summer, which only recently faded here ...more
Writing Content