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The power of being vulnerable
6th of May 2021 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Power of Being Vulnerable

This post is based on episode 255 of the ProBlogger podcast. A lot of bloggers feel that showing any sign of weakness will damage their reputation and weaken their authority . And so they talk only about their successes, and never about their fears, doubts, or mistakes. But I’ve learned from ...more
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11 Quick Tips for Writing Compelling Blog Posts
11th of March 2021 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

11 Quick Tips for Writing Compelling Blog Posts

This post is based on episode 78 of the ProBlogger podcast. The dictionary defines “compelling” as “demanding attention or interest”. Imagine if people thought your blog was compelling. Imagine if they read one of your posts and then immediately subscribed because they didn’t want to risk missing any more of them? ...more
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11 tips to help you post more consistently
4th of March 2021 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

11 Tips to Help You Post More Consistently

This post is based on episode 101 of the ProBlogger podcast. When it comes to blogging, consistency is very important. It keeps readers coming back, and ultimately determines whether or not your blog becomes one of the millions of blogs that have been abandoned over the years. However, knowing you need ...more
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10 writing tips to help you sound more human
11th of February 2021 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

10 Writing Tips to Help You Sound More Human

This post is based on episode 52 of the ProBlogger podcast. As a blogger, you will be judged by everything you say. Of course, unless you’ve just starting out and have never received a comment on your blog, you probably already know this. But did you know you will also ...more
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Are schedules and deadlines a help or a hindrance?
4th of February 2021 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Are Schedules and Deadlines a Help or a Hindrance?

This post is based on episode 249 of the ProBlogger podcast. This week’s post is all about schedules and deadlines. Are they a good thing, or can they hold you back? We’ve talked a lot about deadlines and schedules over the years, and how they can help you publish content regularly. ...more
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The secret to writing effective sales copy
15th of October 2020 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Secret to Writing Effective Sales Copy

This post is based on episode 105 of the ProBlogger podcast. This week I want to talk about writing sales copy. Now chances are you’d much rather write a blog post than try and sell something. You may have even become a blogger so you can avoid writing sales copy. ...more
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How to structure your blog posts with subheadings
1st of October 2020 Ali Luke 0 Comments

How to Structure Your Blog Posts with Subheadings

This post is based on episode 132 of the ProBlogger podcast. I’m willing to bet that every blog post you’ve ever written has a main heading at the top. (If you use WordPress, it’s usually the title.) But how many of them have subheadings? Even if you’ve never used them before, ...more
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How to edit your blog posts in 7 simple steps
10th of September 2020 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Edit Your Blog Posts in 7 Simple Steps

This post is based on episode 168 of the ProBlogger podcast. We often talk about being a great writer. But most great writers are also great editors, because chances are their first drafts were far from perfect. So here’s how to be a great editor of your own work and ...more
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Final step to beating writer’s block: Finishing every blog post you start
25th of June 2020 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Final Step to Beating Writer’s Block: Finishing Every Blog Post You Start

This post is based on episode 87 of the ProBlogger podcast. While it’s relatively easy to include images, audio and even video in posts these days, most blogs still rely heavily on written content. Which makes writer’s block a real problem when it hits. That’s why I’ve spent the past few ...more
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