If you’re taking your blogging seriously, you need to think of yourself as a writer, not just a blogger. The more you write, the easier writing will become. You don’t have to write every day – but writing regularly (at least a couple of times a week) will really help you improve.
If you are getting out of ideas for blog posts here’s a list with some new ones to get your creative juices flowing again. Best of all, most of these ideas will certainly bring a good amount of traffic and backlinks if you execute them well. Enjoy!
As some of you guys will remember last year I started learning how to program. I liked it so much that now I spend most of my days either coding or reading about code. I just don’t write about it here cause I know it’s not the focus of the blog (i.e., I don’t want to bore the non-programmers to death).
Is there are sure-fire approach to making every article you write go viral online?
Maybe not, but you can do some things to significantly increase the chances of any blog post you write going viral.
As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago I’ll be posting interviews with some of the people who took the AdSense Profits Course back in June. Below you’ll find the second interview, with Kate Reynolds. She owns TucsonOnTheCheap.com, which is a website dedicated to finding the best deals in her city. She pretty much doubled her AdSense earnings within months, so check it out.
Any great piece of content has to begin with a great idea. You can be an amazingly talented writer – but without a strong idea, your post isn’t going to resonate with people. So, where do you get your ideas? If you’re like most bloggers, you probably sit down in front of a new document [...]
If you have been hosting websites for a while you probably know that Black Friday is the best day of the year to get a new hosting plan. This year shouldn’t be different.
As you might know/remember, Yahoo! Site Explorer was the best online tool to check the amount of backlinks a certain website had. Well, Yahoo! announced a while ago that it would be shutting the tool down, and this week it finally did.
If you are a heavy Internet user I am sure you land on Wikipedia quite often. I would also bet that the information you find there is most of the time complete and accurate. In this case, have you considered to help them back a little bit?
Last week, we looked at why great content is so important. But one of the biggest problems that bloggers face is finding enough time to write. If you’re spending hours on every blog post, then read on! These tips will all help you improve your writing speed … without sacrificing quality. #1: Keep a List [...]
Do you struggle to organize your blog posts in advance? I did too for my first two years of blogging. I’ve got a background in journalism so when I started blogging I knew the importance of having an editorial calendar and planning my blog posts in advance.
First of all keep in mind that when we talk about “changes in Google’s algorithm” we are talking about big ones, like the latest Panda update. Small changes are implemented almost daily and you never notice them.