Jul
10
2020

The Ultimate Guide To Creating Evergreen Content For Your Blog

This post is based on episode 136 of the ProBlogger podcast. Back in 2007 I was asked a question: “If you could only write one type of content on your blogs forever, what would it be?” My answer then is the same as my answer now: evergreen content. What is Evergreen Content, and Why is it Important? Evergreen content is content that stays fresh for your readers. It doesn’t become dated, and is just as relevant […]

May
31
2020

Seven Important Things I’ve Learnt from Eleven Years of Freelance Blogging

Have you ever thought of giving paid blogging a go? Maybe you see it as a means to an end, or perhaps a handy way to make some extra money to support your own blog. But paid blogging can also be a great way to super-charge your growth as a blogger. I’ve been a paid blogger for more than 11 years, and in that time I’ve learnt all sorts of useful things. Getting a behind-the-scenes […]

May
14
2020

The Future of Written Content (and Why It Has One)

This post is based on episode 187 of the ProBlogger podcast. The internet landscape has changed a lot of the years. In the beginning, nearly all the content was text. But these days we can get our message across with videos, podcasts, infographics, animations and more. Which begs the question: What does the future hold for written content. But before we start talking about the future, let’s talk briefly about the past. The primitive web As […]

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 […]

Dec
19
2019

How to Handle Critical and Attacking Comments from Blog Readers

How do you deal with criticism? When you put yourself out there as a blogger, the feedback you get isn’t always as constructive as you’d like. It can even verge on being an aggressive or personal attack. While I’ve only experienced it a handful of times in my blogging career, it can be difficult to deal with. So what can you do if it happens to you? Well, you can always look at the bright side. […]

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