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22nd of April 2016 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Seven Steps to Combat Blog Content Thieves

It can happen to the best of us, usually a surprise, and often undetected – people online publishing your blog content like it was their own. It’s an incredibly disappointing and frustrating experience – one that listener Grant has recently discovered. He asks: “I just discovered another blog is republishing ...more
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How to create a backup and disaster recovery plan for your wordpress blog.
21st of April 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Create a Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan for Your WordPress Blog

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. Have you ever lost something important? Maybe your computer froze just before you hit “save” on a document, or maybe a sudden accidental coffee spill fried your hard drive. Whatever the problem may be, without a backup of information contained on a ...more
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20th of April 2016 Stacey Roberts 0 Comments

5 Reasons Why Your Digital Marketing Sucks

This is a guest contribution from Andy Nathan. I’m sure you want me to rag on you and tell you exactly what you did wrong, right? After all, you just spent your day working yourself to the bone to get ahead. Who wants someone to spit in their face and ...more
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19th of April 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Use Affiliate Programs to Boost Your Income Stream

Affiliate marketing can often go two ways – it can crawl along earning you a frustrating few cents here and there, or it can be a healthy part of your overall earnings (just look at Pat Flynn!) when done right. If you are not familiar with the concept you can learn ...more
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18th of April 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Use Your Inner Contrarian to Generate Endless Content Ideas

This is a guest contribution from Matt Clough. Whether your blog falls within a niche with apparently endless opportunities or a dreaded “boring” one, the one thing that all bloggers (and writers in general) come up against at some point or another is writer’s block. You might have covered every conceivable ...more
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ProBlogger site design before and after
13th of April 2016 Darren 0 Comments

Welcome to the Newly Redesigned ProBlogger Blog

Welcome to the newly redesigned ProBlogger! If you’re a regular reader of ProBlogger the changes to the site will be pretty obvious, but I wanted to take a few moments to describe some of what’s changed, the story behind the changes, and reveal a little of our next steps (there’s ...more
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12th of April 2016 Darren 0 Comments

Better Copywriting in Four Minutes For Better Sales

If you’ve got four minutes to spare today, I can help you nail your sales copy. I recently heard Ed Dale of The Challenge and MagCast speak at a conference on the topic, and I took pages and pages of notes – copywriting, marketing, and sales are the biggest things I’ve ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Reading Roundup: What's new in blogging this week / ProBlogger.net
9th of April 2016 Stacey Roberts 0 Comments

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

Happy Saturday, ProBlogger readers! What a huge week it’s been (and an even huger one next week is on the cards!) we announced Dan Norris as a keynote at our upcoming ProBlogger Event (with a very cool video), and also revealed there will be a larger focus on podcasting than ...more
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8th of April 2016 Darren 0 Comments

4 Of My Most Viewed Blog Posts This Month and Why They Worked

Sometimes it’s worth taking a look back over you recent posts, weeding out the ones that have done well, and going over them for a brief review. I do this quite regularly to keep tabs on what our readers are responding to, and if there are ways I can expand ...more
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