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Using Cryptic Writing For Personal Blogs + MORE – Blogging News -Feb 09

Using Cryptic Writing For Personal Blogs + MORE - Blogging News -Feb 09

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2017 Content Excellence Challenge: The February Prompts Leave a comment with your entry for this month’s content challenge. You’ll have the chance to win a really good book! Hey, it’s February! And that means we have two new prompts for our 2017 Content Excellence Challenge. This month, we’re going to send a copy of Jonah Sachs’s book Winning the Story Wars to five randomly selected commenters...

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5 Ways to Boost Your Blog Traffic Using Google Search ConsoleTraffic makes a blog thrive; without it, a blog can’t build an email list or generate ad revenue. Low traffic numbers mean a lot of time and money were wasted on content generation when it could be a valuable money-making tool. To maximize your blogging results relative to energy invested, check in with Google Search Console on a regular basis...

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Happy Monday, everyone. I hope you’re all having a good morning. Here is your weekly dose of paid blogging jobs. Good luck, and have a great week ahead! Paid blogging jobs Writers, Journos to Write For, About American Muslims American Muslim Magazine (www.AmericanMulsimMagazine.com) is looking for some good non-fiction writers, journalists and story tellers to help their launch...

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Where Will Your Great Ideas Come From? By ProBlogger expert Ellen Jackson of Potential Psychology. I have big plans for 2017, blog-wise and business-wise. I bet you do too. My word for this year is ‘bigger.’ I’m going to think bigger, to play bigger. After a year of hard work and incremental improvement it’s time for a quantum leap...

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5 Cognitive Biases You Need to Put to Work … Without Being Evil All writing is persuasion in one form or another. This is more obvious in some types of writing than others, but it is nonetheless true for all. When it comes to copywriting, it is clearly true. Every piece of copy we write should drive a reader toward a specific action. “Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it’s just an illusion, that people are going to bring their own stuff into it...

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How to be a Rad Podcast Host and Avoid your Guest’s Pet Hates By Karly Nimmo of Radcasters Podcasting S’cool. As a podcast host, a guest, and from working with hundreds of podcasters, I’ve seen almost everything.  The good, the bad and the train wreck ugly (you know, that mess that is hideous but you just can’t look away?). I’ve seen rock solid, rigid processes and systems...

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5 Things to Think About Before You Start a Blog It’s time! You’ve had it in the back of your mind for a while now, but you’ve realised the hour is right to take the plunge, and you want to start a blog. Welcome! You’ve come to the right place. If creating a blog is something you’ve been thinking about but you haven’t known where to start, then these are some basics you could keep in mind to ensure you create a blog not only you love, but your readers will too...

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A personal blog can be a great place to vent out the frustrations of your daily life. From marriage woes to work conflicts, writing out your feelings and emotions can be a helpful way to release the frustration and anger you may be holding on to. However, when you share something online, it suddenly becomes available to anyone with an internet connection...

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