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How to handle critical and attacking comments from blog readers
19th of December 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Handle Critical and Attacking Comments from Blog Readers

How do you deal with criticism? When you put yourself out there as a blogger, the feedback you get isn’t always as constructive as you’d like. It can even verge on being an aggressive or personal attack. While I’ve only experienced it a handful of times in my blogging career, it ...more
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Lessons learnt from freelance blogging
31st of October 2019 Ali Luke 0 Comments

Seven Important Things I’ve Learnt from Eleven Years of Freelance Blogging

Have you ever thought of giving paid blogging a go? Maybe you see it as a means to an end, or perhaps a handy way to make some extra money to support your own blog. But paid blogging can also be a great way to super-charge your growth as a ...more
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How to write great blog post titles
3rd of October 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Write Great Blog Post Titles

This post is based on Episode 156 of the ProBlogger podcast. The title of your blog post can completely change its destiny. People often decide whether to read your post – and ultimately take action – based on the title alone. It may also determine whether or not they share your ...more
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Four types of blog post to create if you don't want to write much
25th of July 2019 Ali Luke 0 Comments

Four Types of Blog Post to Create if You Don’t Want to Write Much

This is a post by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Do you get sick of writing sometimes? Even the most enthusiastic bloggers have days when they struggle to get the words out. Perhaps you’ve been writing a lot, or you simply aren’t feeling very creative. But what can you do? ...more
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The ultimate guide to creating evergreen content for your blog
18th of July 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Ultimate Guide To Creating Evergreen Content For Your Blog

This post is based on episode 136 of the ProBlogger podcast. Back in 2007 I was asked a question: “If you could only write one type of content on your blogs forever, what would it be?” My answer then is the same as my answer now: evergreen content. What is Evergreen ...more
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How to use quotes in your blog content legally and ethically
27th of June 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Use Quotes in Your Blog Content Legally and Ethically

This post is based on episode 173 of the ProBlogger podcast. Are you confident you’re using quotes legally and ethically on your blog? Quoting other people’s words, whether from books or blog posts, can be a great way to improve the content on your blog. It’s also a great way to ...more
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Should you use 'he', 'she' or 'they' in your blog posts?
4th of April 2019 Ali Luke 0 Comments

Should You Use ‘He’, ‘She’ or ‘They’ in Your Blog Posts?

This is a post by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke You probably already know you should use “I” and “you” in your blog posts. But how do you use “he”, “she” and “they” in your blogging? It’s an important issue, and one bloggers don’t always think about. Let’s say you’re ...more
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14th of March 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Nine Ways to Stay Inspired and Avoid Blogger Burnout

This post is based on episode 170 of the ProBlogger podcast. Most bloggers start off with a huge burst of energy and excitement. But then at some point (often in their first year or two of blogging) they come up against their first bout of “blogger burnout”. And it can stop ...more
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18 ways to create scannable content for your blog
28th of February 2019 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

18 Ways to Create Scannable Content for Your Blog

This post is based on Episode 176 of the ProBlogger podcast. You’ve chosen your words with care, and put a lot of thought into them. But no-one’s even reading your posts, let alone commenting or sharing. If you want more readers, more engagement, and more sharing of your content (and let’s face ...more
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