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How to Swipe Great Titles ... and Use Them On YOUR Blog | ProBlogger.net
15th of December 2016 Ali Luke 0 Comments

How to Swipe Great Titles … and Use Them On YOUR Blog

From ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke of Aliventures. How often do you sit down to write a post, only to draw a complete blank? Blogging prompts can be really helpful if you’re stuck for ideas. Sometimes, though, what you’re struggling most with us coming up with a title. What you want is ...more
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Creating a Blog Content Plan for 2017 | ProBlogger.net
13th of December 2016 Nicole Avery 0 Comments

Creating a Blog Content Plan for 2017

This is a guest contribution from ProBlogger Expert Nicole Avery. Creating a blog content plan is one of the best things you can do to ensure your blog has quality content that is created efficiently with the time you have available. A common cry I hear from bloggers who don’t ...more
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Five Steps to Have Your Your Blog and Business Run Without You Over The Holidays | ProBlogger.net
6th of December 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Five Steps to Have Your Blog and Business Run Without You Over The Holidays

This is a guest contribution from The Suitcase Entrepreneur, Natalie Sisson. December is a special time of the year. It’s a time for reflection, for planning and for new beginnings. It’s also an excellent time to do some serious (but fun) overhauls of your existing blog and business, in time ...more
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How to Create Consistently Valuable Content For Your Blog | ProBlogger
1st of December 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Create Consistently Valuable Content for Your Blog

Doing something of value is a basic motive that drives us in doing pretty much anything in our lives. Writing is a passion and there is a little art in every piece of content we create, irrelevant of the topic or the reason why we put the words in this ...more
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How to Grow Fans and Save Your Sanity by Changing the Season | ProBlogger
24th of November 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

How to Grow Fans and Save Your Sanity by Changing the Season

In September, I had one of the best conference experiences of my life.The atmosphere was friendly, supportive, motivated. The talks were top quality, innovative, engaging. The delivery was trendy, slick, seamless. The event, of course, was ProBlogger Event. Now, despite the motivation, the enthusiasm, the drive, I still heard the ...more
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New to Blogging? Ditch the Fear of Judgement | ProBlogger
10th of November 2016 Ellen Jackson 0 Comments

New to Blogging? Ditch the Fear of Judgement

By ProBlogger psychology expert Ellen Jackson. You will become way less concerned with what people think of you when you realise how seldom they do. David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest. I wrote my first blog post two years ago, after a seven-year hiatus from writing. It was not an intentional ...more
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How to blog on your lunch break | ProBlogger
9th of November 2016 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

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 0 Comments

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 0 Comments

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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