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One Simple WordPress Trick You May Have Missed: Using “Screen Options” + MORE – Blogging News -Oct 04

One Simple WordPress Trick You May Have Missed: Using “Screen Options” + MORE - Blogging News -Oct 04

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

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 ve.... More »
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Finding Readers: From Seed to Sequoia – Growing Your Blog One Reader At a Time + MORE - Blogging News -May 12

Today we welcome DJ from SteamFeed to our Finding Readers series. This post is chock-full of things you can do today to build your traffic – and have fun while you’re doing it!  My guess is a portion of you won’t like this article. Growing your blog one reader at a time sounds l.... More »

Script Video Marketing Success with the Right Content + MORE - Blogging News -Jul 15

This is a guest contribution from Amy Brown of Videos don’t have a magic wand, as believed by certain marketeers (both amateurs and seasoned ones).  Threading video marketing success is hard work, and requires a fair bit of creativity. While it’s true that video content c.... More »
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Thank You, Dr. King + MORE - Blogging News -Jan 20

Each of us would do well in our lifetimes to inspire one other person. I mean truly inspire: to provide real hope where none previously existed and help turn that hope into positive action, maybe even positive change, that may otherwise never happen. It’s so much harder than it sounds. What,.... More »

5 First Year Posts that Led to Over 6 Million Views + MORE - Blogging News -Oct 14

What sort of content should you publish on your blog to help you grow traffic in your first year? There is no right or wrong answer to that question as each blog will be different depending upon the topic, your writing style and the purpose of your blog. However, I thought it might be fun to look ba.... More »
If you’ve been around the blogging world for any length of time, you’ll have come across guest posts. You might even have written a few yourself. Once your own blog has some readers and some engagement, you might start to receive enquiries from would-be guest posters. (Or you might want to handpick some blogger friends […]Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

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What do you do to avoid blogger burnout? How do you stay inspired? Monique Frausto asked the above question on Twitter late last week and because it was a bit too big of a topic to tackle in 140 characters, I thought I’d jot a few random thoughts down here. 1. Know Your Limits and Set Realistic Goals We all have a limited amount of time and energy to put into blogging regardless – whether we’re blogging while juggling full time work or our blog is our full time work…

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The Truth About SEO & Dedicated IP For BloggersThere is a great deal of confusion surrounding the issue of whether or not having a dedicated IP offers a significant boost in terms of SEO. For a long time many webmasters believed that having a dedicated IP address would improve the website’s page ranking and even although Google have dispelled this myth there are still many people who believe this to be true…

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Three Online Marketing Shortcuts that Take Too Long Sometimes people hear online marketing and their common sense flies out the window. They start thinking there won’t be any work (there will), there won’t be any expenses (a lot lower than standard offline advertising, but not zero), and that customers and clients will be magically transported to your business by flying Internet monkeys (that would rock, but sadly, no)…

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5 Tips on the Effective Use of Copywriting Swipe Files Smart copywriters use good tools to make themselves more productive, and one of those “power” tools is the swipe file. Used properly, it can get you writing quickly, provide inspiration, and improve your copywriting skills. But what if you don’t use a swipe file correctly? Uh-oh … Your copy doesn’t hold the attention of your reader The language annoys your target market It makes you look unprofessional If you want to skip these problems, and get the best benefits from using your swipe file, read on … When ‘swiping’ killer copy kills your own promotion Successful marketing materials can run for years using the same copy…

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120 Blogging tips to promote your blog (via SOURCE 120 ways to promote your blog A blog is one of the most effective ways to promote your business and website. These 120 Blogging tips are divided into a 9 part series. A comprehensive list of tips to promote your blog and power up your Social…  

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Link Building: Trust, Relevance, and DiversityIt’s no secret that link building is one of the most popular methods for small businesses looking to improve their online rankings.  For this reason, there have been tons of companies, experts, and new tools surfacing to try and help companies build a link portfolio and earn quality backlinks. Unfortunately, this also means that there are many SEO agencies and articles out there trying to cut corners and offer poor link building advice (which is easy to do when working in such a changing industry like SEO)…

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All my sites run on WordPress, and for months, I’ve been having a small but annoying problem: I couldn’t switch off comments on individual posts and pages in the normal Editing mode.Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

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