If you're trying to squeeze in blogging somewhere in your life, you have to draw boundaries between your home and your work. How do you balance productivity with your family life so that nobody gets angry – and the work still gets done?
Here's a harsh truth: the size of your email list doesn’t matter as much as you think it does. Tom Meitner tells us why.
To get your blog published, you must convince the editor that your article will resonate with their readers. A strong pitch email allows you to make your case in a clear and convincing manner. This article offers 5 tips for improving your pitches for guest articles.
In this in-depth article, Daniel Ndukwu walks through how you can combine blogging and podcasting to get explosive results in a shorter amount of time.
Text written in concise paragraph chunks will facilitate search engine results that deliver the right information in response to search queries. In this article, Zara Altair explains how to use paragraph chunks to improve your SEO.
Today, every content writer wants to get featured on popular niche blogs. But how do you get your post published on top-notch websites that are bombarded with hundreds of guest posting pitches daily? Guest blogger Val Razo offers advice on effective pitching.
As search engine optimization evolves, writers need to focus on the language real people use when they are trying to find an answer online. Discover how to create articles and webpages that answer questions and boost SEO with Answer The Public.
Before Jeff Goins started Goinswriter.com, he tried and failed at starting many other different blogs. In this article, he synthesizes everything he's learned into one master post about starting a successful blog.
Blogging can be a true springboard to the career and life you want. But its benefits are only possible if you blog intelligently and really wow your readers. Bad articles won’t help you reach your goals. In fact, writing them can be a huge waste of time. In this article, Dave Chesson looks at 5 of the most common mistakes he sees newbie bloggers making and tells how to avoid them.
Have you heard of Doug the Pug or Grumpy Cat? Here’s how to start your own pet blog.
You’ve been blogging for a while now and the posts are starting to pile up. What's the next step? Turning your blog into a book. We explain how and why.
While affiliate links are commonly used online, their proper and *legal* usage is not widely understood. After a little research, I’ve come up with a few questions and answers.
In this article, we explore the benefits of concept-based content for writers, readers, and search engines. Find out how to start using concept-based content for better search results.
The more followers you have, the more likely your book is going to be successful. Here are tips for growing an email list from zero.
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