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Four Things to Consider when Choosing a Domain Name - it's never too late! / problogger.net
13th of May 2015 Stacey Roberts 0 Comments

4 Things to Consider When Choosing Your Domain Name

When there’s more than 284 million registered domain names online, you’re going to want yours to stand out. But you also want to be easily remembered, have a URL that accurately describes your business, and it would help if it ranks well in Google. Right? Right. It’s very easy to buy ...more
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Five Essential Steps to Removing a Google Manual Penalty
8th of May 2015 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Five Essential Steps to Removing a Google Manual Penalty

This is a guest contribution from Nick Chowdrey. Google takes webspam very seriously. The search giant currently sends over 400,000 messages a month to webmasters, warning them that their site performance could be at risk due to a manual Google penalty. But what exactly are these manual penalties, and what ...more
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3 ways scheduling will make you a better blogger and help you save time / problogger.net
1st of May 2015 Stacey Roberts 0 Comments

3 Ways Scheduling Will Make You a Better Blogger

Do you feel a bit like a slave to your social media? Always thinking about your next blog post, forgetting to respond to that guy on Twitter, and never Pinning at the right time? I know what it’s like to always feel like you’re running to catch up, instead of ...more
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7 Digital Marketing Skills Every Professional Needs
29th of April 2015 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

7 Digital Marketing Skills Every Professional Needs

  This is a guest contribution from Brian Burt. “Whatever you are, be a good one.” That popular bit of wisdom has a timeless ring of truth to it, but we may want to update it for the internet age. “Whatever you are, be a digital marketer” might be more ...more
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3 Reasons to Stop Relying on How-To Lists for Information (and What to Do Instead)!
17th of April 2015 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

3 Reasons to Stop Relying on How-To Lists for Information (and What to Do Instead)!

 This is a guest contribution from Daryl Rothman. The truth is out there. At least, we hope so. How-to lists are all the rage in the burgeoning blogging world. And many are good, but there is an absolute deluge. The list of lists is growing. Who has it right? How ...more
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The Structure of a Proper Client Proposal That Will Land You a Blogging Gig
13th of April 2015 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

The Structure of a Proper Client Proposal That Will Land You a Blogging Gig

This is a guest contribution from Karol K. Struggling to make money blogging, aren’t you? SEO doesn’t seem to work for you. Neither does social media. And don’t even get me started on commenting on other blogs and online forums … it’s just noise. Maybe you even subconsciously hate people ...more
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Why Should I Make My Webpage Interactive?
10th of April 2015 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Why Should I Make My Webpage Interactive?

This is a guest contribution from Ben Shwartz. They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover… but does that extend to eBooks? How about webpages? In the current state of our globalized, media-saturated society, it’s difficult—if not outright impossible—to live by this seemingly antiquated adage. Amidst the hustle ...more
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ProBlogger FAQ: How Long Should Posts Be?
8th of April 2015 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

ProBlogger FAQ: How Long Should Posts Be?

Over the years I’ve been asked many questions about blogging, but I find there are a few that pop up more often than others. While blogging is different for everyone, I have found that the conclusions I’ve arrived at after all this time still hold true. Over the next couple of ...more
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Top Takeaways from ProBlogger Perth Training Event: Content, Blog Design, Social Media, Productivity, and Monetization
6th of April 2015 Stacey Roberts 0 Comments

Top Takeaways from ProBlogger Perth Training Event: Content, Blog Design, Social Media, Productivity, and Monetization

In the lead-up to the main ProBlogger Event on the Gold Coast this year, we have held various workshops and panels around the country, teaching and inspiring bloggers in their own home towns. February saw the first full-day event in Perth, Western Australia with both local and interstate speakers on ...more
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