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Write Right: Helpful Online Blogging Communities to Build Your Freelancing Career + MORE – Blogging News -Apr 21

Write Right: Helpful Online Blogging Communities to Build Your Freelancing Career + MORE - Blogging News -Apr 21

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Does Your Homepage Do Its Job?

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Homepage to your website is like the window of your shop. It needs to be well designed and offer good quality information, because only that way you will be able to turn thousands of window shoppers into regular visitors or even customers, and to decrease the bounce rate of your website or blog. For the homepage to be good it should have these characteristics: Short and Effective Presentation of the Author or the Company To be honest, most of the bloggers that read these articles are not Paulo Coello, and the small business owners don’t have products like Coca Cola or Nike Air Max in their range...

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Make Money Blogging for Real: 3 Must-Know FactorsThis is a guest contribution from Jerry Low. Most people have heard of the success of Perez Hilton’s blog and that he makes somewhere between $200,000 to $400,000 each month blogging about the latest celebrity gossip. Success stories like Hilton’s might make the prospect of earning a fortune blogging seem real, but the truth is that it is hard work and not very many crack that six figure per month mark...

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Write Right: Helpful Online Blogging Communities to Build Your Freelancing Career The Write Right series is a collection of blog posts geared towards helping writers launch their very own freelance career. The series will cover the things that every freelancer needs to possess or accomplish. Click here to view all the posts under this series. As a freelance blogger, it is important that you learn more than just write well...

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ProBlogger FAQ: How Often Should I Post? Post frequency is a topic that comes up often among bloggers. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just started or you’ve been posting for years – people change, algorithms change, and even your motivations for blogging change. No-one is immune from wondering if their schedule is working, or if tweaks can be made for more successful audience interaction...

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Not Using Twitter Anymore? Let’s Change It!There was a time when Twitter was in limelight and everyone created an account and started promoting their blog and business. This trend seem to have declined a bit with small businesses. We can still reconnect and make optimum use of it and build the reputation for our brands rapidly. “The POWER of TWITTER is in the NETWORK of PEOPLE using it, and its ability to bring users close to what’s most meaningful to them...

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How to Create Exquisite Subheadlines The purpose of the subheadline is two-fold. Standing out to a reader is its first purpose. The second purpose is a little more complex. Imagine your average reader. She has fallen in love with your headline. It’s a good one. It’s a humdinger. And now she is scrolling down the page, evaluating whether or not she wants to invest time in reading this article of yours...

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About Pages: How to Fascinate and Engage with Just One Look If you want your website’s About page to work, you have to answer one crucial question. And no, the question isn’t, “How many years have you been in business?” It’s the one question that’s at the top of your site visitor’s mind. And if you answer it to her satisfaction, there’s a good chance she’ll stick around to see what else you have for her...

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Baking the Perfect Blog Post with This Recipe The process of writing a blog post is similar to baking. As a baker, you will have to consider the different ingredients you will use, as well as their measurements. Not to mention, you need to factor in the tools you will use to write and publish your post. Using the concept of a baker, bloggers will need to approach writing with precision and patience...

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