CategoryCreating Content

The key to long-term traffic and profit for your blog
30th of April 2020 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Key to Long-Term Traffic and Profit for Your Blog

This post is based on episode 201 of the ProBlogger podcast. “How do you create content that goes viral?” I remember getting this question from a new blogger. They wanted a post to go viral on their blog, thinking it would suddenly shoot their blog’s traffic and profit into the stratosphere. And ...more
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All the good ideas are taken
28th of November 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What Can You Blog About When All the Good Ideas Are Already Taken?

When you’re trying to come up with a great idea for a blog post, does it seem like every topic has already been done to death? You might want to write about your ten favourite WordPress plugins. But a quick Google search shows there are dozens of similar posts. Maybe ...more
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How to build-trust-with-your-blog
25th of April 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Build Trust with Your Blog

This post is based on episode 151 of the ProBlogger podcast. “All things being equal, people will do business with and refer business to those people that they know, like, and trust.” – Bob Burg A big reason many businesses start blogs is to build trust with customers so they ...more
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Why you should revisit your old content - regularly
11th of April 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Why You Should Revisit Your Old Content – Regularly

This post is based on episode 145 of the ProBlogger podcast. Is your obsession with new content hurting your blog? As bloggers, we tend to focus on what we’re creating now rather than what we created months or even years ago. Of course, it’s important to put time and effort into creating ...more
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6 ways to boost your blog traffic in the new year
17th of January 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

6 Ways to Boost Your Blog Traffic in the New Year

This post is based on Episode 177 of the ProBlogger podcast. Did your blog have a bit of a holiday slump? Many bloggers find they lose momentum with their traffic in January. So if it happened to you, you’re not alone. Your readers were probably online less than usual. A lot ...more
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Tips for blogging on the road
20th of December 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Have Blog, Will Travel: Tips For Blogging On the Road

This post is based on Episode 243 of the ProBlogger podcast. If you’re travelling over the holidays – to see family and friends, or just for a vacation – then you might be worried about you’ll keep up with your blogging. (This can also be a challenge if you travel regularly.) Here ...more
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13 key ways to lower your blog's bounce rate (and why it matters)
6th of December 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

13 Key Ways to Lower Your Blog’s Bounce Rate (and Why it Matters)

Bounce rate is a Google Analytics metric that tells you the percentage of people who “bounce” off your site (i.e. visit your site and leave from the first page they arrive on). To find out your bounce rate, log into your Google Analytics account. (If you haven’t set up Google Analytics ...more
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How to find your niche
6th of September 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What if You Can’t Find Your Niche?

Are you struggling to stay motivated with your blog writing about the same thing again and again? Or are you flitting around between lots of different topics, trying and failing to find one thing you want to write about? In the old days of blogging, bloggers were often advised to be ...more
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How long should your blog post be?
23rd of August 2018 Ali Luke 0 Comments

How Long Should Your Blog Post Be?

Today’s post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke When I started blogging in 2008, there was a (roughly) agreed-on standard for blog posts: you should post around 500 words every weekday. Now that I look back on that, it seems pretty silly. Some topics can be adequately covered in ...more
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