Ali Luke

  • 4 WordPress Formatting Tips to Make Your Posts More Readable

    This post is by ProBlogger Writing Expert Ali Luke You’ve finished your post, and you breathe a sigh of relief. After a quick edit you publish it to your blog, and wait for the comments, tweets, shares, or any sort of feedback. But once again, you get nothing. There may as well be no-one reading it. So what’s the problem? It could be that your writing isn’t as strong as it needs to be.

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  • 3 Simple Ways to Make Your Blog Posts More Conversational

    This post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke You’ve probably heard that your blog posts need to be “conversational”. You may also have been told why: to create a sense of connection with your reader, keep them engaged, and make your blog sound less like a lecture and more like a discussion. That’s all true.

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  • How to Plan Your Blog Post from Start to Finish

    This is a post by ProBlogger expert Ali Luke Do you plan your blog posts? Or do you dive straight into the writing? A lot of bloggers barely plan their posts (if they plan them at all). They’re either too eager to get started, or feel rushed and see planning as a waste of time. But taking just five minutes to plan your posts can make a huge difference to your blogging. Here’s why.

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  • Should You Disable Comments on Your Blog?

    This is a post by ProBlogger expert Ali Luke When you started out blogging, you were probably thrilled when you got a comment. People were reading your posts, and cared enough to leave their own thoughts. As time went by, you probably found some of the comments very useful. Maybe they sparked off an idea for a different post, or gave you a perspective you wouldn’t have otherwise considered.

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  • 5 Critical Elements You Need to Check Off for Every Blog Post

    This post is by ProBlogger subject matter expert Ali Luke Over the past few years, I’ve conducted a lot of blog reviews for fellow writers. It’s always great fun to read other people’s posts … especially when they’re on topics that are totally new to me! Along the way, though, I’ve noticed that there are five critical elements that far too many bloggers miss out of their posts.

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  • What the Heck Is Ghostwriting? (And Why You Might Want to Do It)

    You want to make money as a writer, right? You’ve told everyone on Facebook (including your weird aunt) that you’re available to write. You’ve been writing guest post after guest post to showcase your talent and get your name out there. Maybe you’ve even landed a few jobs already. (Good for you!) But then a potential client emails you with the question, “Do you offer ghostwr ...

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  • 31 Insanely Useful Resources for Writing a Bestselling Book in 2017

    You’d love to learn how to write a bestselling book, right? Problem is, it’s scary. You’re not even sure what goes into writing a book, let alone a bestselling one. The good news? Below you’ll find 31 fantastic resources to help you write a bestselling book. (If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by how many there are, just commit to reading one each day for a month!) ...

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  • Ten Simple Ways to Improve Any Blog Post in Minutes

    Are your blog posts as good as you want them to be? Perhaps you don’t seem to get many comments or shares. Or maybe your recent posts are great, but you feel like your older ones are lacking something. You don’t need to rewrite each post from scratch to improve it. Often, a few small tweaks can make a dramatic difference.

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  • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

    Do you ever sit staring at your computer screen, wondering what the heck you’re going to post about? Maybe you scramble around for an idea – any idea! – and then rush into it. Or maybe you give up, and you don’t write a post at all. Coming up with enough ideas for your blog can be daunting, whatever stage you’re at.

    Ali Luke/ @ProBloggerin How To's- 19 readers -
  • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

    Do you ever sit staring at your computer screen, wondering what the heck you’re going to post about? Maybe you scramble around for an idea – any idea! – and then rush into it. Or maybe you give up, and you don’t write a post at all. Coming up with enough ideas for your blog can be daunting, whatever stage you’re at.

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  • 21 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your First E-book

    Admit it. You’ve thought about writing an e-book. In fact, you’ve already imagined the front cover. You can see the main title, and underneath, your name. And when you picture it, you feel a ripple of pride. An e-book would be a big step up for you as a writer. Because while blog posts are a great way to express your ideas, you can’t help feeling they’re a little, well, fleeting.

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  • 10 Writing Tips You Absolutely Won’t Have Heard Anywhere Else Before

    Aren’t you tired of the same old writing tips? You know, tips like: Write every day without fail. Find your best time of day to write. Avoid distractions like Facebook and email. Use a timer to work in short bursts, followed by a break. Yes, they’re tried and tested. But chances are, you’ve either taken all of these on board already — or you’ve given them a go and ...

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