Guest Blogger
65 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog
16th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

65 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

This guest post is by Satrap of BlogStash.com. What is the best way to drive traffic to my site? What’s the fastest way to generate traffic to my site? What’s…? We all want to know the best way to drive the greatest amount of traffic to our sites. However, the ...more
Blog Promotion
6 Lessons I Learned Selling a $50,000 Website
15th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

6 Lessons I Learned Selling a $50,000 Website

This guest post is by Chris The Traffic Blogger. My hands were shaking like crazy and I had to focus very hard on entering my bank account information correctly. Just minutes prior a buyer had been approved for my website on Flippa (see the actual auction page here), and I ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Selling Without Website Broker? You’re Leaving Money on the Table
14th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Selling Without Website Broker? You’re Leaving Money on the Table

This guest post is by Jock Purtle of digitalexits.com. So you want to sell your blog? Your site is probably making more than $3,000 per month and you know that it might be worth a decent amount of money. Recent sales like that of the Huffington Post give you confidence ...more
General
7 Golden Rules: Blogging in English for Non-Native Speakers
13th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

7 Golden Rules: Blogging in English for Non-Native Speakers

This guest post is by Michael Schuermann of Easy Hiker. English is the language of the Internet. If you are the monoglot citizen of a country like Denmark, you are—through no fault of your own—restricted to an audience the size of metropolitan San Francisco. Even for the native speakers of ...more
Writing Content
A Month With BufferApp
12th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

A Month With BufferApp

This guest post is by Derek Land of ThisIsInspired.com. On the recommendation of BufferApp from Misty Belardo I have incorporated BufferApp into my Twitter routine—my Routwine, if you will. It’s been very useful, but also brought some interesting thoughts to bear. (In this article I may use ‘Buffer’ and ‘BufferApp’ ...more
Social Media
9 Lessons I Learned from Running a Sweepstakes
12th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

9 Lessons I Learned from Running a Sweepstakes

This guest post is by Jonathan Thomas of Anglotopia.net. A common way for a blog to build its newsletter and traffic base is to hold a contest. My blog, Anglotopia, has been around for over four years now and we’ve had various successes and failures with contests. Eventually we basically ...more
Blog Promotion
4 Essentials to Consider Before Starting Your Next Blog
11th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

4 Essentials to Consider Before Starting Your Next Blog

This guest post is by Nivin of SecretMarketingPlaybook.com. So, you’ve decided to start a blog? By now I’m sure you would’ve noticed that every man, woman, and their dogs seems to have their very own blog.That leaves you with the unenviable task of answering the ultimate question for any blogger: ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Make Any Good Blog Great
9th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Make Any Good Blog Great

They say one of the best ways to improve your craft (whatever that may be) is to learn from the greats. The experts, the legends, the Mohammad Alis and J.K. Rowlings of the field. So before I started my blog, I took notes from the best. What made the popular ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
7 Reasons No One Reads Your Blog (Except Maybe Your Mom)
8th of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

7 Reasons No One Reads Your Blog (Except Maybe Your Mom)

This guest post is by Beth Hayden of Blogging with Beth. You wake up in a cold sweat. You bolt upright and gasp for air. You’ve just realized that your blog has only one true fan—and it’s your mother. Dear old mom reads all of your posts. She comments every ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips