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building community on your blog
26th of March 2013 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

9 Benefits [and 3 Costs] Of Building Community On Your Blog

Do you ever feel – as you blog – like you’re talking to an empty room? Day after day you publish posts only to have them greeted by…. If that is how you feel – then you’re not alone. In fact one of the most common questions that I hear ...more
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Tap User Psychology to Build an Indestructible Community Around Your Blog
12th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Tap User Psychology to Build an Indestructible Community Around Your Blog

This guest post is by Richard Millington of FeverBee. Many blogs attempt to build a community, but few succeed. At best, they build an audience. They build a following that reads and responds to posts, but those readers don’t meaningfully build relationships with one another. If you want a blog ...more
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Blog Design for ROI Rule #3: Shower Attention and Appreciation On Your Community
4th of December 2012 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Blog Design for ROI Rule #3: Shower Attention and Appreciation On Your Community

This guest post is by Gab Goldenberg, author of The Advanced SEO Book. This is part 3 of Problogger’s Blog Design for ROI series. Today we’ll talk about integrating your community into your design. Since a blog is a form of social media, even if—or especially if—it’s a business blog, it ...more
Blog Design
A Community Starts with 1,000 Members
7th of November 2012 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

A Community Starts with 1,000 Members

This guest post is by Jeremy Miller of www.StickyBranding.com. It’s easy to see the successes bloggers like Darren Rowse and Chris Brogan are having with social media and think, “I want that.” Darren’s ProBlogger Facebook page has over 43,000 Likes, and Chris has over 103,000 people following him on Google+. ...more
Blog Promotion
Why Every Writer Needs an Online Community
3rd of September 2012 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Why Every Writer Needs an Online Community

This guest post is by Nicolas Gremion of Foboko.com. As a kid, finding writing inspiration and confidence was easy. From picking out the right green pen to recounting your puppy’s every move, it was simple to delve into your own life to create work that was fascinating (if not to ...more
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Build Readership by Building Leadership
24th of June 2012 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Build Readership by Building Leadership

We often hear the word “authority” mentioned in blogging circles, particularly in discussions around building a loyal following. At its most basic, authority is about knowing what you’re talking about, and who you’re talking to. If you think about it, this is a key to rich exchanges in the real ...more
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Tactical Tips for Building an Online Community
3rd of August 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Tactical Tips for Building an Online Community

This guest post is by Jim Nelson of Tripawds.com. With all the wonderful feedback on my guest post about how we utilize WordPress multisite and discussion forums to build community for our rather niche market, I thought I might offer some detail about specific tactics and network plugins we use ...more
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How to Build Community for Niche Site Success
22nd of July 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Build Community for Niche Site Success

This is a guest post by Jim Nelson of Tripawds.com. Talk about a niche market! When I first started blogging about my three legged dog Jerry back in 2006, never in my wildest dreams did I think helping those facing amputation for their dogs would be my full time job ...more
Blog Networks
Don’t Go It Alone: Relationship-building for Bloggers
11th of February 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Don’t Go It Alone: Relationship-building for Bloggers

This is a guest post by Jane from Problogging Success. Let’s get it straight. Blogging is not a standalone job. You cannot blog in a space that doesn’t exist and to a group of virtual people. You need people—yes, living human beings, not just pairs of eyeballs—to read your blog. ...more
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