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Give your readers a fresh take on a well-worn idea
11th of October 2018 Ali Luke 0 Comments

3 Ways to Give Your Readers a Fresh Take on a Well-Worn Idea

Today’s post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Whatever topic you write about, you’ve probably seen a lot of ideas that have already been done to death. If you’re in the weight loss niche, you might have seen a dozen posts on “How to beat the weight loss plateau”. ...more
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How to write a series for your blog
19th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Write a Series for Your Blog (and Why You’ll Want To)

Have you ever written a series of posts for your blog – a set of posts that are deliberately linked together? If you haven’t, I hope I can convince you to give it a try. Some bloggers feel writing a series of posts is more daunting than writing individual posts. But ...more
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How to republish old blog posts
12th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Republish Old Blog Posts – and Why You’ll Want to

If you’ve been blogging for a year or more, you might feel like you’re running out of ideas. There are plenty of great posts in your archive, but you’ve covered so many good topics already. Where can you go from here? Well, one place to go is… backwards. Instead of ...more
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create more compelling blog content
11th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

11 Ways to Create More Compelling Content for Your Blog

Today I wanted to share some tips on how you can make your content more compelling, whether it’s written, video or audio content. I’m mixing things up and testing out my new camera to create some video content for the blog. For those of you interested in the production aspects ...more
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The difference between pages and posts
23rd of January 2018 Ali Luke 0 Comments

The Difference Between Pages and Posts (and Making the Most of Each)

Written by ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke When you think of a blog, you probably think of the posts. You might go to the site to read the latest ones (often on the home page), or they might go straight to your inbox. And if you follow the blogger on social ...more
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Use numbers effectively in your blog posts
13th of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Use Numbers Effectively in Your Blog Posts

You’re a blogger, so hopefully you feel confident working with words. But words alone aren’t enough. Even if you haven’t been blogging for long (or are yet to start), you’ve probably noticed numbers coming up a lot in other people’s posts. You often find numbers in post titles such as: ...more
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How to use lists effectively in your blog posts
6th of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Use Lists Effectively in Your Blog Posts

I expect you’re already familiar with the ‘list post’. Even if you’ve never written one, you’ll have read plenty – such as Nicole Avery’s recent post on 5 Tips to Help You Consume Content More Productively. Some sites, including List 25, publish nothing but list posts. But lists can be useful ...more
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How to edit your blog posts like a pro
22nd of November 2017 Laney Galligan 0 Comments

How to Edit Your Blog Posts Like a Pro

It’s every blogger’s worst nightmare. Your latest post gets shared by a big-name blogger, and you start getting lots of traffic. Hurrah! But then someone sends you an email (or worse, leaves a comment) pointing out a glaring mistake in the first paragraph. Mistakes can knock your reader’s confidence in ...more
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Two people having a conversation
13th of October 2017 Ali Luke 0 Comments

3 Simple Ways to Make Your Blog Posts More Conversational

This post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke You’ve probably heard that your blog posts need to be “conversational”. You may also have been told why: to create a sense of connection with your reader, keep them engaged, and make your blog sound less like a lecture and more ...more
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