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12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work) + MORE – Blogging News -Apr 14

12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work) + MORE - Blogging News -Apr 14

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How to Convince Someone to Be Interviewed on Your BlogThis question was submitted recently via the ProBlogger Facebook page. How do I get an established blogger like yourself to do an interview with me? or How can I get an established blogger like yourself to do a guest post for me on my blog? – from Sandra Tillman Good questions. I think you’re much more likely to get a popular blogger to do an interview with you than to write a guest post for you...

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Removing Blog Comments: The View So Far Shockwaves. That’s what this post by Sonia Simone sent through the Copyblogger community. The post, you’ll recall, announced our decision to remove blog comments and gave the reasoning for why we decided to do so — reasoning that some accepted at face value, others parsed for hidden meaning, and the rest ignored before ZOMG’ing to their social account of choice to share the headline...

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The Latest Free WordPress Themes (Released in 2014)Editor’s Note: This post was written by Helen Bailey, a Marketing Assistant at TemplateMonster.com. Passionate about Web Design, WordPress and Search Engine Optimization, she is happy to share her experience with the community. Here’s another article about free WordPress themes, but this one is special in its own way...

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12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work) Despite all the hype, native advertising remains a fuzzy concept for most marketers. According to our 2014 status report: 49 percent of respondents don’t know what native advertising is 24 percent are hardly familiar with it Another 24 percent are somewhat familiar Only 3 percent are very knowledgeable So, given the lack of awareness (and people mistaking it for other things, like sponsorship), we thought it would be a good idea to walk you through about a dozen examples of native advertising — and why they work...

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Writing Clinic #5: Tom Roelandts’ PostWelcome back to Writing Clinic! If this is the first Writing Clinic post you’ve read, here’s a quick reminder of how it works. I take a look at a blogger’s post (published or unpublished) and explain what’s working well and what might need some tweaking. The posts can be on any subject, and we’ve had quite a range so far...

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Do you ever come up with a great title … then struggle to begin your post? The introduction (the first few lines or paragraphs of your post) is absolutely crucial. Assuming you get them right, they’ll draw readers in and lead them to the main body of your post. It’s easy to make the wrong first impression, though … so here are three different ways to begin...

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Getty Images vs Creative Commons and Privacy: What Bloggers Need to KnowThis is a guest post written by Simon Schmid of iubenda. Getty Images recently announced a new image embed feature that allows bloggers (and others) to access and use their vast library of images for non-commercial purposes. This rather remarkable change in policy by Getty Images shows that it’s ready to work with content creators and adapt to the times we live in...

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BloggingPro Job Board Highlights (April 7-11)Good morning, everyone! I hope you all had a good week. Here are the job board highlights for today. Enjoy the weekend! Freelance Copy Editor/Writer Does bad grammar give you a grimace and careless copy make you cringe? Vixen, VIBE Magazine’s sister brand, is looking for a grammar-obsessed copy editor/writer to top edit (and cover) beauty, fashion, entertainment, and celeb interviews for vibevixen...

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