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May
10
2020

Listen to Your Blogging Heart Not Your Blogging Head

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Logic does have its place. Thinking things through rationally can aid your blogging campaign. But listening to your blogging heart is the easiest, quickest way to cultivate long term success. Even though success is not quick or easy, this heart-centered journey is the most seamless path because your inner world, your intuition, your hunches, your gut, none are ever wrong. Every nudge seems spot on. For example, I woke at 7 AM today after a […]

May
7
2020

The Pros and Cons of Having Multiple Blogs

This post is based on episode 188 of the ProBlogger podcast As you probably know, I have two main blogs – ProBlogger and Digital Photography School. And I’m very fortunate to be in a position where I could devote all of my time to either one of them and still earn a full-time income. But while are definitely benefits in having two well-established blogs, those benefits come at a cost. So this week I want to […]

May
5
2020

What Can You Blog About When All the Good Ideas Are Already Taken?

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When you’re trying to come up with a great idea for a blog post, does it seem like every topic has already been done to death? You might want to write about your ten favourite WordPress plugins. But a quick Google search shows there are dozens of similar posts. Maybe you want to share your experience of raising children, but you know loads of blogs already covering similar ground. Whatever your idea is, there’s a […]

Apr
30
2020

How to Build Blogging Momentum

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Losing your blogging mojo feels bad sometimes. I know. Right now, at 6 PM, I am way behind on my blogging work. Perhaps a quick cup of coffee gives me an artificial boost but when outside sources of energy wear off, you find yourself stuck again. In these moments, knowing why you blog gives you instant momentum. I love living a life of fun, freedom and fulfillment. Immediately, I began writing this post. To heck […]

Apr
30
2020

The Key to Long-Term Traffic and Profit for Your Blog

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This post is based on episode 201 of the ProBlogger podcast. “How do you create content that goes viral?” I remember getting this question from a new blogger. They wanted a post to go viral on their blog, thinking it would suddenly shoot their blog’s traffic and profit into the stratosphere. And who knows? It may have done just that. Unfortunately, without having plenty of content in their archive there’s a good chance those numbers would have […]

Apr
30
2020

Awesome Tips to Keep Your Business As Successful As Ever

Mark Zeni There are countless ways for you to build your business into something that can keep your main client base satisfied, but the trick is to keep them satisfied while getting in new prospects. Success can be retained in various ways that make your business grow into something you’ve never imagined, so be sure to follow some of these helpful tips to achieve the greatness you desire. Focus on your customers Believe it or […]

Apr
26
2020

Some Unexpected Ways In Which Literature Reviews Can Boost Your Blogging Career

Mark Zeni Lots of students that dream of a successful blogging career don’t even know that their homework (commonly considered as pain in the neck) can go a long way towards realizing this dream. In today’s article, we’re going to take a closer look at such a popular type of academic assignment as literature review and prove that it can help you develop the skills indispensable for a blogger. What do we call a literature […]

Apr
23
2020

How I Created My Profit Streams and Became a Full-Time Blogger

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This post is based on episode 153 of the ProBlogger podcast. Last week I talked about my profit streams – what they were, and what each one earned as a percentage of my total business profits. In case you missed what those percentages were, here’s a summary: affiliate commissions – 46% product sales (ebooks, presets, course and printables) – 31% AdSense – 8% sponsorship – 6% ProBlogger job board – 5% ProBlogger events – 3% miscellaneous […]

Apr
21
2020

One Huge Block to Blogging for Money

The biggest problem bloggers face in the make money online department is ceding complete responsibility for their financial gains or losses. Making money online when you appear to be broke totally messes up your mind. Bloggers who have little money make the critical error – most bloggers, at least – of being stingy, holding back and demanding payment for past content created. Imagine publishing 500 posts on your blog while working with an uber tight, […]

Apr
16
2020

How I Earn a Living as a Blogger from Digital Photography School

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This post is based on episode 150 of the ProBlogger podcast. One of our main aims here at ProBlogger is to help people make money (if not a living) from their blogs. And we’ve certainly talked about it a lot over the years. We even have a portal dedicated to this very topic. But this week I’d like to give you some concrete examples by telling you how I earn a living from ProBlogger and Digital […]

Apr
3
2020

Why Blogging Karma Is In Full Effect

5 seconds ago, I received an email from someone whose list I did not sign up for. I saw the name and thought: “Moron”. Immediately, I tapped the spam button. He spammed me. This is known. But going deeper, blogging karma is still in effect. I recall his name, and an interaction we had many many many years ago. He followed me from afar. I knew little of him. One day, adopting an heir of […]

Apr
2
2020

How to Get People to Engage With You and Your Blog

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Over the past few weeks I’ve talked about the first three stages of warming up your readers and turning them into raving fans: And today I’m to tell you all about the final step: getting engagement. Yes, it’s nice to have people subscribing to your blog, following you on social media, and sharing what you’ve said with others. But what you really want is for them to talk back to you, join your conversations, and even […]

Mar
26
2020

How to Get More Subscribers, Followers and Connections

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Over the past few weeks I’ve been talking about warming up your readers and turning them into raving fans. So far I’ve talked about getting the word out about your new blog, and getting those first-time visitors interested in your blog and what you have to say. This week I want to talk about how to connect with them. That is, getting them to subscribe to your blog, connect with you, follow you, and give […]

Mar
25
2020

Do You Blog for Targeted Or Disinterested Readers?

I scanned my email spam folder a few moments ago. Some marketers filled it, as they have filled it for years. Imagine thousands of emails landing in spam folders, never to be seen. Ineffective marketing. Inefficient marketing. Of course, in most cases, these marketers SCREAM their message from the mountain tops. But guess what? SCREAMING your message to people not interested in your message wastes your time and energy. Nobody cares. Whether you scream, or […]

Mar
24
2020

Join our 7 Day Content Sprint

content sprint

Hi there, friends. It’s Darren here from ProBlogger. Welcome to episode 281 of the ProBlogger Podcast. I’ve also got a live audience watching us today. They’ve been chiming in and saying good day. We’ve got people watching from Singapore, California, Adelaide, and all around Australia. It seems to be quite a few Aussies on due to the time of day that we’re going at the moment. I will explain to you I have my son […]

Mar
24
2020

281: Join our 7 Day Content Sprint

Hi there, friends. It’s Darren here from ProBlogger. Welcome to episode 281 of the ProBlogger Podcast. I’ve also got a live audience watching us today. They’ve been chiming in and saying good day. We’ve got people watching from Singapore, California, Adelaide, and all around Australia. It seems to be quite a few Aussies on due to the time of day that we’re going at the moment. I will explain to you I have my son […]

Mar
23
2020

280: COVID19 – How to Approach Blogging Through This Crisis

Hey there friends, it’s Darren Rowse from ProBlogger here. Welcome to episode 280 of the ProBlogger podcast.  It’s been a while since we chatted and I do apologize for that, I needed a little time to get my headspace right and work on a couple of other projects, but I’m glad to be back. I’m particularly glad to be back at this time that we find ourselves in. We currently find ourselves in a bit […]

Mar
23
2020

COVID19 – How to Approach Blogging Through This Crisis

Hey there friends, it’s Darren Rowse from ProBlogger here. Welcome to episode 280 of the ProBlogger podcast.  It’s been a while since we chatted and I do apologize for that, I needed a little time to get my headspace right and work on a couple of other projects, but I’m glad to be back. I’m particularly glad to be back at this time that we find ourselves in. We currently find ourselves in a bit […]

Mar
19
2020

How to Get First-Time Visitors Interested in Your Blog

Last week we talked about to getting the word out about your blog so people will visit. This week I want to talk about the next stage of warming them up and turning them into raving fans: getting them interested when they do visit. You only to have to look at your bounce rates in Google Analytics to see how often people visit your blog and then leave. And that’s a shame, because chances are […]

Mar
16
2020

When Should You Take a Break from Blogging?

My neck REALLY hurts as I type these words. Severe pain. So….after I write and publish this post, I will take a break. Only for an hour or so. One hour laying on the hard floor allows my neck tension to dissolve. I be good money, after that short, sweet break. But what about longer breaks? I do not suggest you take months off from blogging – unless you enjoy breaking European style – but […]

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