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Could Reading Children’s Books Help You Become a Better Business Writer? + MORE – Blogging News -Dec 02

Could Reading Children’s Books Help You Become a Better Business Writer? + MORE - Blogging News -Dec 02

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

I 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 s.... More »

Content Week: A bit of homework to inspire you – come and get involved! + MORE - Blogging News -Feb 10

After the week we’ve had immersing ourselves in the wild and wonderful world of sourcing blog content, there shouldn’t be any one of you who hasn’t come up with at least one idea for a post. But in order to blog better this year, I’m encouraging you to push even further ̵.... More »

In a Blog Slump? Here’s What to Do + MORE - Blogging News -Apr 28

Image via Flickr user Toni Birrer “Do you ever want to chuck blogging in sometimes?” came the question at the end of an email recently. “Yep”, I answered. “At least twice, pretty seriously.” It’s a situation I think many of us find ourselves in at some point in our blogging journey: we.... More »
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How to Use Internal Cliffhangers + MORE - Blogging News -Apr 07

Microseduction. I consider an episode of The Lede wildly successful when we create a new word. In this episode of The Lede about using internal cliffhangers, Demian Farnworth does just that. Here it is: mi·cro·se·duc·tion noun a slow, patient process for creating a emotional tie in an aud.... More »
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How to Plug the Holes in Your Content Funnel That Are Costing You Money + MORE - Blogging News -Jun 02

Content is not king. Yep, I said it. (This guy did, too.) In the realm of content marketing, the customer is ruler of our domain. Without falling deep into a series of Game of Thrones allusions, let’s agree that all content must be created with the customer’s needs in mind. Otherwise.... More »
2013?s Most Effective Internet Marketing Strategies Since the early 2000s, the Internet has become a vital part of doing business. As each year passes, it becomes more and more essential for marketing, advertising, and promoting brand awareness. Some companies have actually eliminated their offline presence because it was cheaper and more efficient to become solely web-based…

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Could Reading Children’s Books Help You Become a Better Business Writer? I don’t care how old you are — 17 or 70 — as a writer you can benefit from reading children’s stories. Stories like Madeline, Interrupting Chicken, Henry’s Freedom Box, The Giving Tree, and I Took the Moon for a Walk. Keep in mind, the reason these are considered “children’s” books is not because of the material…

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! The Copyblogger Media crew are taking advantage of today’s U.S. holiday to eat way too much pie, watch sports, and navigate complicated conversations with family (thank goodness for this pro tip from Tim Siedell on twitter yesterday): Moving car, Thanksgiving table, same procedure. To quickly end an awkward conversation, tuck your arms and roll out the door…

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Why Google’s Hummingbird Matters – and How to Future-proof Your SEOThis is a guest post by SEO expert Joe Williams. One of the best ways to improve your SEO is to stay up-to-date with Search Engine’s algorithm changes. And in case you didn’t hear Google just had a big one – the biggest in over 10 years! Google announced on the eve of its 15th birthday (September 26th) that it had completely rewritten its main algorithm, and named it Hummingbird…

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5 Fundamentals That Determine How Fast Your Blog GrowsThis is a guest contribution from Tim Soulo. This year I’ve managed to grow a photography blog by 500% in about 6 months and I think I’ve learned something along the way. I was following five fundamental things that you can learn from any marketing blog, but I like to think that I’ve made a few personal discoveries about each of them…

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Only One Week Left to Enter Copyblogger’s Essay Contest (and Compete for Insanely Useful Prizes) You are a serious copywriter or content marketer (or both). You must be. Otherwise, why would you be here on the day before Thanksgiving? You surely have traveling to do or a turkey to prep. So, given your commitment to the craft, I have no doubt that you are capable of stringing together 250 words that provide a compelling answer to the following question: “Why is it essential to be an online authority?” The only question may be motivation…

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BloggingPro Job Board Highlights (November 25-29)How was Thanksgiving? I’m sure you’re all set for Black Friday, so here are some jobs that can help you recoup your earnings. Have a great weekend! Nerdy Blogger What does nerd mean to you? If you can answer this with passion and honesty, and you can write about different kinds of nerds and what they like, then you might be the one TheNerdyBomb is looking for…

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The Day I Almost Lost My Blogging Business By Having Too Many Eggs in the One BasketIt was 17 December 2004 and my dream was falling apart, right before my eyes. I had just celebrated the 2nd anniversary since I started to blog and I was on the tipping point of my part-time earnings becoming a full-time income. I’d quit my only other employment to devote 100% of my time to blogging and had recently started ProBlogger to share what I knew about blogging for money…

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