I’m not Technical Enough to Blog [Misconceptions New Bloggers Have

I’m not Technical Enough to Blog [Misconceptions New Bloggers Have

A couple of years ago I wrote a series of posts here on ProBlogger that looked at ‘Misconceptions New Bloggers have’. We covered: Blogging Takes Super Human Effort vs Blogging is Easy You MUST post Every Day! You Have to Write About Making Money Blogging to make Money Blogging Today I’d like to add another […]

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7 Simple Steps to Writing Great ‘How To’ Content on Your Blog

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

Yesterday I announced our ‘How To…’ group writing project and issued readers of ProBlogger with the challenge to go away and write a ‘How to‘ post for their blog. On Twitter a number of people told me that they were having a little trouble with writing a ‘how to…’ post because it wasn’t their normal […]

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9 Steps to Creating a Successful e-Course

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

It seems so effortless from the outside: Record some audio, shoot a little video, schedule a few emails, throw in a live call. Shaazam! You’ve got an e-Course. But when you dive in to actually create your own course, you may get: frustrated – ‘What do people actually need to know to get started on […]

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I’m not Technical Enough to Blog [Misconceptions New Bloggers Have

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

A couple of years ago I wrote a series of posts here on ProBlogger that looked at ‘Misconceptions New Bloggers have’. We covered: Blogging Takes Super Human Effort vs Blogging is Easy You MUST post Every Day! You Have to Write About Making Money Blogging to make Money Blogging Today I’d like to add another […]

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The Wave System: How to Get Your Facebook Page Updates Seen By More People

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

Did you just write a killer blog post? Or do you have an event/product to promote? The Problem of Sharing Links on Facebook If so, you probably rely, at least partially, on linking to your webpage through Facebook. But lately Facebook is showing outbound links to such a small percentage of your page followers, that […]

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Group Writing Project: Write a ‘Discussion’ Post

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

Over the last week here on ProBlogger we’ve been digging deeper into the topic of ‘building community’ on a blog. See the series at: 9 Benefits [and 3 Costs] Of Building Community On Your Blog The 5 Stages of Building a Culture of Community on a Blog [A Case Study] 7 Strategies for Growing Community […]

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From Spark to Sale in 18 Days

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

Some of you will know that Darren has just headed off for a well earned 10 day break. While enjoying his holiday, Darren has bravely given me the keys to ProBlogger to share a collection of posts – with of course the one condition that I don’t scare you all away :) Together we’ve picked 5 posts […]

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4 Key Stats to Monitor the Health of Your Blog

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

As a blogger spare time can be pretty hard to come by. Your focus, as it should be, is about creating great content and engaging with your community — leaving little capacity for the ‘other’ things that need to be done. Add the fact that a lot of us prefer to leave the numbers and […]

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Mastering the Upsell

July 30, 2017 | No Comments

Everyone’s heard of the term ‘would you like fries with that‘ – it’s probably the most famous upsell of all time. The fast food industry are not the only ones working the upsell magic. Retail, supermarkets and yes online are all over it. There’s two common terms used in the corporate world that are measured […]

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