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
19th of November 2016 Stacey Roberts 13

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

  Facebook Says It Found More Miscalculated Metrics | The Wall Street Journal Whoops! Three Different Ways to Name Your Blog or Website | Aliventures It’s such a big decision! And sometimes we need all the help we can get. How Often to Post on Social Media? [Proven Research from ...more
Pro Blogging News
How I Beat Out 200 Applicants on the ProBlogger Jobs Board in 45 Minutes
17th of November 2016 Guest Blogger 11

How I Beat Out 200 Applicants on the ProBlogger Jobs Board in 45 Minutes

This is a guest contribution from Susan Finch. Landing lucrative contracts from job boards that goes beyond paying your bills and actually sustains your lifestyle – it’s what every aspiring and highly experienced writer dreams about. You may even dabble in applying for positions on job boards and experience mixed results. ...more
Blogging for Dollars
How to conduct your annual blogging review - and get ready for an even better new year! | ProBlogger.net
16th of November 2016 Nicole Avery 14

How to Conduct Your Annual Blogging Review

By ProBlogger Expert Nicole Avery. If you follow even a few blogs as well as this one, you will know that within a few weeks from now there will be numerous posts about setting goals for the New Year. Goal setting is an essential tool to successful blogging, but before ...more
Be Productive
More Ways to Grow Your Blog's Traffic Without Google Search | ProBlogger.net
15th of November 2016 Jerry Low 33

More Ways to Grow Your Blog’s Traffic Without Google Search

By ProBlogger Expert Jerry Low. Google traffic is lucrative – there’s no doubt about that. Often, the most effective way to attract targeted traffic is to make sure your site is optimized for Google searches. As you may have already learned, winning that targeted traffic is one of the top ...more
Blog Promotion
Problogger growing traffic
14th of November 2016 Stacey Roberts 18

Community Discussion: Traffic Growing Tips

It can be argued that getting traffic is the number-one priority for just about every blogger – for reach, for influence, for authority, for sales… it’s what we all aim to grow. Over the years here at ProBlogger we’ve discussed traffic and how to get it over and over again. ...more
Community Discussion
12th of November 2016 Stacey Roberts 19

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

Well now, wasn’t that an eventful week? I don’t know about you but it’s been hard to get my head around work and usual processes when everything has been shaken up so much. Social media was in its element (both good and bad, really) with election news, but regardless of ...more
Pro Blogging News
New to Blogging? Ditch the Fear of Judgement | ProBlogger
10th of November 2016 Ellen Jackson 20

New to Blogging? Ditch the Fear of Judgement

By ProBlogger psychology expert Ellen Jackson. You will become way less concerned with what people think of you when you realise how seldom they do. David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest. I wrote my first blog post two years ago, after a seven-year hiatus from writing. It was not an intentional ...more
Writing Content
How to blog on your lunch break | ProBlogger
9th of November 2016 Guest Blogger 13

How to Make Time for Blogging During Your Lunch Break

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. Blogging is something that we all know we need to do. But as a busy professional with a weekly schedule consisting of non-stop meetings, conference calls, project deadlines, and personal responsibilities, actually making time for blogging can seem impossible. The good news ...more
Writing Content