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BloggingPro Job Board Highlights, July 21, 2014 + MORE – Blogging News -Jul 22

BloggingPro Job Board Highlights, July 21, 2014 + MORE - Blogging News -Jul 22

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6 WordPress Plugins That Make Migration & Mass Content Creation SimpleThere comes a time in every online marketer or website owner’s life when it’s time to move your website and find a new home. Whether it’s because of a poor performing  web host provider or rebranding to a new domain name. Migration can be a pain and without the right tools and knowledge it’s very easy to lose data and create a situation where your site is down and unavailable for days...

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BloggingPro Job Board Highlights, July 21, 2014I hope your Monday is off to a good start. Here’s something to help with that – the job board highlights from the past week. Good luck! Survival & Preparedness Article Writer Are you a regular writer/blogger? Do you know about: - survival - preparedness - homesteading - health and safety - alternative energy - long term food storage, canning and dehydration? Then PrepperZine needs you...

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5 Subtle Writing Strategies That Drive Email Signups Email subscribers are your protection from Google. Even Brian Clark agrees with me on that one. Your email list is a group of readers who have chosen to get information from you. They want to hear from you, and you want a large email list that is full of potential clients or customers. But how do you gain more email subscribers? You already have so many ongoing content marketing tasks...

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3 Habits That Will Make Writing Blog Posts EasierOn average, how long does it take you to write a blog post of, say, 500 words? On a good day, you might get one published – writing, adding images and links, and proofreading included – within an hour, maybe even less. On a bad day, especially if you do not have any topic in mind yet, it might take you double that time...

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Top Tips to Help You Nail That Blogging Job ApplicationImage via flazingo.com This is a guest contribution from Steff Green, of WorkflowMax. Recently I wrote a post about my experiences as a company looking to hire another blogger for our team. Today I’m putting on my blogger hat and I’m looking at what the experience taught me about how a blogger can improve his/her chances of landing a blogging job at a company...

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10 Ways to Exponentially Grow Your Traffic in 30 DaysThis is a guest contribution from Marcus Taylor of Venture Harbour. In Western cultures, there is a prevailing belief that you ‘work your way to the top’, ‘climb the ladder’, and make slow and steady efforts to achieve success. This way of thinking is undoubtedly a smart approach, particularly for bloggers...

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Does your blog make an instantly good impression on visitors? Or do they get the impression, within seconds, that you’re an amateur? While there’s nothing wrong with being a hobbyist blogger, you probably want to be taken seriously (even if you’re not trying to make money blogging). We all make snap judgements, though, and if your blog doesn’t look like a reputable, high-quality read, visitors won’t come back...

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No Blog Traffic? Here’s a Simple Strategy to Seduce Readers and Win Clients You sit down at your desk. You start your computer. You check Google Analytics and your email provider dashboard. A deep sigh escapes from your soul. Why is your number of email subscribers still so low? Why aren’t readers flocking to your blog? And when will those business inquiries finally arrive? We all know that blogging is hard work, but what should you do when your efforts don’t seem to pay off? Should you cross your fingers and keep plugging away? Hope that your readership will snowball? Pray that business inquiries will soon flood your inbox? You need a new blog strategy, not wishful thinking...

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