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5 Quick Tips to Improve WordPress for Beginners + MORE – Blogging News -May 18

5 Quick Tips to Improve WordPress for Beginners + MORE - Blogging News -May 18

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193: How to Become a Prolific Content Creator (an Interview with Kelly Exeter)Prolific Content Creation With Kelly Exeter In today’s episode, I want to explore the topic of prolific content creation by interviewing  one of my favorite online buddies – Kelly Exeter about her experience of creating content online. Many of you will be familiar with Kelly because she’s been a regular contributor on the ProBlogger Blog where she writes about blog design and creating content, she’s presented an episode of this podcast back in episode 119 where she talked about how to choose a WP theme and she’s presented numerous times at our ProBlogger events...

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5 Quick Tips to Improve WordPress for BeginnersWordPress is easy to use but contains a few gotchas for the uninitiated. We discuss five tweaks that will improve any new WordPress install.  Although WordPress is fairly easy to get to grips with, if you’re new to the world’s most popular CMS, it’s easy to miss a few simple tweaks that can seriously improve productivity and the effectiveness of your site...

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Every small business owner trying to establish his or her business online will require the use of a CMS program, regardless of whether it is open source or not. CMS (content management system) will allow you to have full control of your website. The ideal CMS should be easy to use, should have the features you need to add images, video, social media integration and so on...

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How Do You Blog Consistently When You Have Very Little Time? From ProBlogger Expert Ali Luke of Aliventures. Do you ever feel like your blog is yet another responsibility on a very long list? For the vast majority of bloggers, blogging has to fit in around an already full life. Perhaps you’re: Building an online business, which you’re marketing by blogging … but the business takes up loads of time Starting out as a freelancer writer, and building a client list through your blog and newsletter … but you need to focus most of your working hours on your paid writing Raising a young family – with sleepless nights, hectic mornings, and tons of housework along the way Working long hours at a busy day job … leaving you very little time or energy to write Even if you have very little time, you can blog consistently...

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How to Improve SEO and Increase Website VisibilityIt doesn’t matter how great your online content is if no one visits your website. This principle holds true for small businesses, multinational corporations, and everyone in between. When the internet was still young, you could get an edge on the competition by being intentional about driving traffic to your website...

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Why Sex Doesn’t Sell

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Why Sex Doesn’t Sell In his essay, “It’s Necessary for the Scene,” American playwright David Mamet explains why no play or movie he writes or directs include explicit sex scenes. Mamet is no prude. He cut his teeth in the theatre, working in and around that last great institution of vagabonds and players, excess and fornication...

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What Not to Do (in Content Marketing) Some weeks are all sunshine and lollipops. This week is not that week. Actually, all week we’ve been warning you of various colorful ways online professionals can shoot themselves in the foot. On Monday, I talked about a bunch of ways (around 30, I think) that people mess things up for themselves when they’re conducting their professional lives on the web...

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A Quick Copywriting Lesson Taken Directly from an Email Marketing Fail Ten years ago, a tattoo shop I went to subscribed my email address to their email newsletter. They didn’t send updates very often, so I never unsubscribed. However, new owners recently acquired the business — and apparently their email newsletter list — because lately I’ve been getting not very good emails more frequently...

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