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What You Can Take From Your Blog’s Worst Day
3rd of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

What You Can Take From Your Blog’s Worst Day

The fateful day started with a morning that marked a month since the launch of my new blog. A blog that had ten posts and few visits per day. On that morning I woke up and went on to sit in front of my laptop. This is my usual routine. ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
What to Do When Your Product is Only a Suggestion
3rd of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

What to Do When Your Product is Only a Suggestion

This guest post is by John Hoff of securemyblog.com. When we’re new to making money online, many gurus tell us we should think about what we know, what we’re good at, and what we enjoy doing. They tell us to think about it like this: If money wasn’t a factor, ...more
Blogging for Dollars
How a Blog Can Help Grow Your Offline Business
2nd of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How a Blog Can Help Grow Your Offline Business

This guest post was written by Gordon McLachlan of 8 Gram Gorilla. I’ve been both an avid blogger and a huge advocate for blogging for many years now. But until recently I’ve never had any personal “success” to be able to back up my claims that blogging isn’t just an ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Why Your Brand Is Everything
1st of October 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Why Your Brand Is Everything

This guest post is by Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site. Let’s begin with some word association: Disney World Nike Apple McDonald’s BP Goldman Sachs. What did you think about when I mentioned these brands? What words came to mind? Thoughts? Feelings? Images? Whatever it is that came to ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How to Land the Best Products to Review
30th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Land the Best Products to Review

This post is by Simon Worrall of CM Copywriters. Each year, companies spend hundreds of millions on branded T-shirts, mugs, stickers, and pens. Go to enough conferences and you’ll amass terabytes of memory sticks and a wardrobe of T-shirts, hoodies, and caps. Promotional products are also a way of making ...more
Writing Content
Principles of Effective Blog Design
30th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Principles of Effective Blog Design

This is a guest post by Peep Laja, CEO of Traindom. People judge books by the cover, and other people by their looks. Take a look at these two men: Now answer these questions (you can’t choose “neither”): Which one would you rather ask investment advice from? Which one would ...more
Blog Design
7 Ways Interviews Can Skyrocket Blog Growth
29th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

7 Ways Interviews Can Skyrocket Blog Growth

This guest post is by Srinivas Rao of The Skool of Life. The idea of interviewing people might give you the jitters. It might make you feel like you’re standing naked in front of your elementary classroom with nothing intelligent to ask or say. But the only way you’re ever ...more
Writing Content
A Practical Strategy to Increase the Value of Your Blog
29th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

A Practical Strategy to Increase the Value of Your Blog

This guest post is by Sunil of the Extra Money Blog. Not long ago I wrote about determining the value of your website or blog here on problogger.net. Now that you know how a web property is or can be valued in the free market, in this article I want ...more
Blogging for Dollars
6 Tips to Help You Survive Your First 3 Months of Pro Blogging
28th of September 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

6 Tips to Help You Survive Your First 3 Months of Pro Blogging

This guest post is by Glee of Creative Fashion. I was a high-school Maths teacher for eight years and for all those years, my life evolved in writing lesson plans, producing teaching materials and worksheets, dealing with parents, teaching some well-behaved and some rude students, and pleasing demanding bosses. When ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips