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How to blog on your lunch break | ProBlogger
9th of November 2016 Guest Blogger 13

How to Make Time for Blogging During Your Lunch Break

This is a guest contribution from Larry Alton. Blogging is something that we all know we need to do. But as a busy professional with a weekly schedule consisting of non-stop meetings, conference calls, project deadlines, and personal responsibilities, actually making time for blogging can seem impossible. The good news ...more
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The subtle art of successful blogging - an interview with NYT Bestseller Mark Manson
8th of November 2016 Kelly Exeter 5

The Subtle art of Successful Blogging – an interview with NYT Bestseller Mark Manson

Mark Manson is arguably one of the hottest bloggers in the world right now. Over two million people visit his self-improvement blog each month and his new book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life has gone off in a big ...more
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3rd of November 2016 Guest Blogger 18

The Ultimate Editing Checklist for Content Marketers

This is a guest contribution from Benjamin Brandall. Unless you’re writing instructions or technical copy, writing is a creative process. When writers are in the flow, they work in bursts of energy, hammering out paragraphs without stopping to think about editing. Unedited writing is, in the words of Annie Lamott: ...more
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The Why, How and When of Using Quotations on Your Blog | Pro
27th of October 2016 Ali Luke 11

The Why, How and When of Using Quotations on Your Blog

By ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke of Aliventures. Do you ever use quotations on your blog – words from other bloggers, writers, or experts in your industry? Many bloggers rarely or never do … and they’re missing a huge opportunity. If you’ve never even thought about using quotes, or if you’re ...more
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15th of September 2016 Guest Blogger 15

NEVER SAY NEVER: Do You Always Have to Follow Writing “Rules” to Be a Successful Blogger?

This is a guest contribution from author Daryl Rothman. “Never,” exhorts George Orwell in his prolific essay Politics and the English Language, “use a long word where a short word will do.” This etymological edict claims many adherents, and who amongst us has not wrestled with that great literary conundrum ...more
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6th of September 2016 Jerry Low 13

How to Grow Your Blog by Interviewing Influencers

By ProBlogger Expert Jerry Low of Web Hosting Secrets Revealed. Regardless of your particular industry, you likely created a blog in order to draw attention and traffic to your brand. A blog is one layer in a broad spectrum of inbound marketing techniques used to build momentum for a business. ...more
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16th of August 2016 Guest Blogger 9

As a Blogger on The Global Internet, What Laws in the World Apply to You?

By ProBlogger Law Expert Jeanette Jifkins. Imagine you are sitting in your home office working on your blog. Your domain name is hosted with GoDaddy in Delaware in the United States, your website content is hosted with a local provider. You’re using Mailchimp as a CRM which is based in ...more
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3rd of August 2016 Jerry Low 25

How to Find Blog Post Ideas That People Can’t Wait to Read

By Jerry Low. When it comes to finding new blog post ideas, it is important to not only write but to write things that people actually want to read. If you are producing blog posts that don’t appeal to anyone, then you are really just wasting your time. There are ...more
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14th of June 2016 Guest Blogger 9

Blog Authorship: Tools to Keep Your Blog Content Safe from Plagiarists and Duplication

This is a guest contribution from writer Rose Scott. If you spend days and nights creating the most outstanding content ever, this post is for you. You know how exhausting writing can be at times, right? With all the effort you put into attracting readers and keeping them glued to ...more
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