Sep
5
2019

3 Ways to Optimise Blog Content so it Ranks Well on Google

Guest Author When it comes to your blog’s position within search engine results, there’s far more than just sheer luck at play. Search Engine Optimisation is a skill that any content creator – professional or amateur – should develop in order to make their content as discoverable as possible. It involves making certain tweaks to your blog and its content in order to improve their position and visibility online. While SEO and content marketing experts […]

Aug
15
2019

How to Make a Full-Time Income From Your Blog

This post is based on episode 48 of the ProBlogger podcast. While there are no guarantees, earning a full-time income from your blog can be a realistic goal provided you’re willing to: get specific about your money goals be patient and consistent break the work down into achievable chunks. I’m going to share my personal journey, along with tips for how you can work out a realistic journey for making a full-time income from your own […]

Jul
25
2019

Four Types of Blog Post to Create if You Don’t Want to Write Much

This is a post by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Do you get sick of writing sometimes? Even the most enthusiastic bloggers have days when they struggle to get the words out. Perhaps you’ve been writing a lot, or you simply aren’t feeling very creative. But what can you do? One option is to do away with most of the words. You could create a very short post, or one that focuses on images or […]

Jul
23
2019

279: How Jeff Goins Evolved His Blogging Into a Million Dollar Business

Darren: Hey there friends and welcome to Episode 279 of the ProBlogger Podcast. My name is Darren Rowse and I’m the blogger behind problogger.com; a blog designed to help you to start and to grow a profitable blog.  Today on the podcast, we have a special guest, Jeff Goins. I’ve been wanting to bring Jeff Goins to the podcast for a while now. Many of you know of Jeff, he has a fantastic blog that […]

Jul
4
2019

Seven Warning Signs That Your Blog Needs More Attention

You might think you’re on top of your blogging. You’re publishing posts regularly. You’re even active on social media. But are you paying as much attention to your blog as you should be? If you’re in a bit of a blogging rut (i.e. you’re producing and promoting new content but not much else) then you might be neglecting some other crucial aspects of your blog. Here are seven warning signs your blog isn’t getting the […]

May
28
2019

7 Simple Ways to Get Even More Engaged Instagram Followers

Guest Author Instagram is one of the most efficient and fastest growing social networks. Brands and businesses love it and leverage it to promote and market their products and services to billions of users worldwide. More and more brands are competing for declining customer attention whose span is now no more than a Goldfish’s at 8s. Hence, brands are going the extra mile to engage followers more. It is important to learn how to get […]

May
22
2019

10 On-Page SEO Factors You Should Consider [2019]

Guest Author When you want to succeed in the organic search engine results today, you have to focus on your website and learn what you should do to optimize it. There are many factors that can help you with that, form the technical, off-page, and on-page. All these factors and parts of a website require updating and optimizing for ultimate success. As the year’s pass, we see a lot of people focusing more on off-page […]

May
21
2019

5 Product Image Tips For High Converting Landing Pages

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but have you ever stopped to think what your e-commerce images are saying about the products you’re trying to sell online? Are your photos helping your products to jump off the screen and convince shoppers to buy them? Or, are your product images quite simply terrible to look at and a real turn-off for buyers? With the average shopper spending less than 10 seconds on […]

Apr
9
2019

How ‘Warming up Your Readers’ Helped One Blogger Earn More than $28,000

This post is based on episode 117 of the ProBlogger podcast. Over the past four weeks I’ve talked about the four stages of warming up your readers and turning them into raving fans: 1.           Getting the word out about your blog 2.           Getting first-time visitors interested in your blog 3.           Getting more subscribers, followers and connections 4.           Getting people to engage with you and your blog. This week I’m wrapping things by sharing how one blogger with […]

Feb
27
2019

1 Blogging Lesson I Learned from Parking a Car in NYC

Landing pages can steal people’s attention. And if you play your cards right, these pages hold the ticket to attracting more customers. However, let’s be clear: Landing pages are double-edged swords. While they can help you, they can also harm you — unless you’ve optimized them accordingly. So if you know your landing page needs work, why not get around it? As you go through this article, you’ll find five landing page optimization tools for […]

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