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What’s the Best Way to Grow Your Blog? + MORE – Blogging News -May 19

What’s the Best Way to Grow Your Blog? + MORE - Blogging News -May 19

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This Basic Practice is What’s Missing From Your WordPress Blog Business StrategySo you’ve acted on your vision and goals and launched your WordPress blog. Your creative juices are flowing, you’re publishing like a mad man, or mad woman, you’re sharing and connecting on social networks and making a name for yourself online. Great job, you’re on your way to the top! You’ve found a formula you can trust to help grow your online business, creating a solid online reputation and walking through the doors of success – all from the comfort of your home or office...

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Earlier in the week I was looking through my Sprout Social reports to do some analysis on what tweets I’ve done in the past that have had the most impact in terms of reach, retweets, and replies. What I found is that among the most retweeted tweets were things I’d said in twitter chats or statements that I made in keynote presentations at conferences – that I’d tested before speaking on Twitter...

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Pushing Through Barriers to Strike Gold Image via Flickr user Tony Oliver The year was 1851, and two brothers stood by a bend in a creek that had wishfully been named ‘Golden Point’ by gold prospectors in days gone by. Cavanagh was the surname of the two brothers, and they’d been digging – along with around 600 others – in their ‘claim’ at Golden Point for days...

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Wouldn’t it be great if there was one super-fast guaranteed way to grow any blog quickly? Well, let me break it to you: there’s not! (And you shouldn’t believe anyone who tells you there is.) However, there are plenty of tried and tested ways to get more traffic — targeted traffic rather than uninterested passers-by — to your blog...

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A Warts-and-All Guide to Kickstarter: What Works and What Doesn’t (Plus Where We Royally Screwed Up) You have your big idea, and now you need funding. Your idea is awesome — the kind everyone will immediately understand and get excited about. The world will see how amazing the idea is, and funding will rain down upon you. But guess what? It won’t. These are the lessons we’ve learned so far while promoting our own in-progress Kickstarter campaign...

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How to Determine When it’s Time to Use a CDN for your WordPress BlogOver the past few years, Content Delivery Networks (CDN) have become increasingly popular and affordable as websites owners seek new ways to increase speed and improve security. In as few words as possible, CDN’s help to distribute your website’s content across the globe to ensure that wherever your visitors may be, your website can be loaded from a data center fairly close to their location...

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Creating a Virtual Community to Build a Better BlogImage via Flickr user Steve.Garner32 This is a guest contribution from Sarah Loomes of licoriceandolives.com There are many online communities available for your readers to reach out to, on all manner of topics – so how can you fill a need that isn’t already being taken care of out there? I was stuck in a bit of plateau in my blogging and found myself re-reading the “31 Days to a  Build a Better Blog” and brainstorming about a problem that my readers might have that I could solve...

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Are You Sacrificing Future Trust for Sales Today? The first lesson you learn in sales is how to qualify a lead. After all, speaking with someone who’s not legitimately interested in your product or service is a waste of your time — and theirs. But there’s something that’s even more important than making sure your prospect wants to buy what you’re pitching: ensuring that they’ll be happy with the purchase long after you’ve cashed their check...

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