What to do when someone steals your blog content
25th of October 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What to Do When Someone Steals Your Blog Content

This post is based on Episode 108 of the ProBlogger podcast. One day, you come across someone else’s blog online that has surprisingly familiar content. Very familiar content. Yours, in fact! In most cases, they’ll have taken entire posts for your blog – images, links and all – by “scraping” your blog’s ...more
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Rachel Miller uses viral content to earn a six-figure income
22nd of October 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

266: How Viral Content Grew Rachel’s Income from ‘Pay for Groceries’ to ‘Buy a House’

How a Blogger Used Viral Content to Grow Her Income Enough to Cover Her Mortgage Payments Rachel Miller is back on ProBlogger for our Blogging Breakthroughs series, which features bloggers’ stories about traffic, income, and other parts of blogging. Blogging has transformed Rachel’s life, and made a difference in the ...more
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One blogger's experience of growing traffic without producing any new content
15th of October 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

265: How One Blogger Grew His Traffic Tenfold Without Producing New Content

One Blogger’s Experience of Growing Traffic Without Producing New Content If you’ve been blogging for a while you’ll relate to Todd Tresidder’s story in this episode of our Blogger Breakthroughs series. A blog that’s been around for a year or more ends up looking messy, and gives readers an inconsistent ...more
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Give your readers a fresh take on a well-worn idea
11th of October 2018 Ali Luke 0 Comments

3 Ways to Give Your Readers a Fresh Take on a Well-Worn Idea

Today’s post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Whatever topic you write about, you’ve probably seen a lot of ideas that have already been done to death. If you’re in the weight loss niche, you might have seen a dozen posts on “How to beat the weight loss plateau”. ...more
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Trixi Symonds uses her blog to build engagement and make a difference
8th of October 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

264: How One Blogger Builds Engagement and Makes a Difference with an Online Community Event

How One Blogger is Using Online Events to Build Engagement and Make a Difference We continue our Blogger Breakthroughs series with a story from Trixi Symonds, whose Coloured Buttons blog teaches kids how to sew. She also created Sew a Softie Day. Trixi started her blog in 2009 to post ...more
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Blogging lessons you can learn from a small country town
4th of October 2018 Laney Galligan 0 Comments

5 Blogging Lessons You Can Learn from a Small Country Town

Looking for the fast lane to blogging success? Want to join the upper echelons of blogging stardom at the top end of town, and be dazzled by the bright lights of the big city? If you’re exhausted from chasing all the shiny things and trying to keep up with the ...more
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Blogging with vulnerability
1st of October 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

263: How Mim Blogged Vulnerably to Grow a Six-Figure Blog

How One Blogger’s Vulnerability Resulted in Growing Her Blog In this episode of our Blogging Breakthroughs series we feature Mim Jenkinson and her blog Love From Mim. Mim started blogging for one reason, but ended up blogging for a different reason altogether. On her blog Mim shares tips on how ...more
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Carolyn Edlund created a directory to attract readers to her blog.
24th of September 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

262: How Carolyn Started a Directory to Attract Readers to Her Blog

How One Blogger Created a Directory that Attracts Readers We continue our Blogging Breakthroughs series with Carolyn Edlund, whose Artsy Shark blog focuses on the business of art. Carolyn shares the story of how she created a directory to attract readers to her blog instead of having to chase after ...more
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Admin tasks to do when launching a new blog
19th of September 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

8 Important Admin Tasks to Do When Launching a New Blog

When you launch a new blog (especially if it’s your first), there’s so much to do it can feel overwhelming. Having spent so much time and effort selecting your theme, pre-writing posts, and maybe even setting up your email list, you probably just want to make it live as soon as possible so you can ...more
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