• Warning: Are You Suffocating Your Blog by Needlessly Neglecting Newbies?

    Editor’s note: You’ll certainly have heard the following advice, commonly given to bloggers — “write for your ideal reader.” But the truth is, your most valuable readers won’t have identical needs. And if you ignore one important group, your blog growth could stall. Pamela Wilson’s new book is not just a must-read for content marketers; it’s invaluable for bloggers too.

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  • The Five Most Realistic Ways to Make a Living as a Writer

    You want it so bad that it dominates your waking thoughts. You’re even afraid to say it out loud, in case you sound plain crazy: “I want to make a living as a writer.” (You can imagine the snorts and smirks from family and friends.) But it’s true — you’re no closer to reaching that goal than the day it first popped into your head. So, who knows? Maybe the doubters are right.

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  • 11 Reasons People Bounce from Your Blog and Never Return

    You know what? You work damn hard to get people to your blog. Pushing yourself to unearth the best ideas, pouring your soul into your writing, and promoting your posts like your next breath depends on it. So it’s a real kick in the teeth when visitors arrive — then bounce right away again. In fact, it stings like hell.

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  • 7 Cruel Ways Writers Torture Themselves

    Seriously, what is it with writers? You’d think they actually enjoy pain and misery. After all, writing is hard enough without inventing new ways to make yourself suffer. But suffer they do. Perhaps it’s the image of the writer as a tormented artist, or a form of occupational masochism, but something seems to make writers seek out pain. Maybe without it, they don’t feel like “real” writers.

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  • From Blog to Book: The Simple Strategy Smart Authors are Using in 2016

    Don’t try to deny it; you’d love to write a book. In fact, you’ve been dreaming about it so much you can visualize it. Seeing your name on the front cover of a published book. Revelling in the fame, fortune, and fulfilment that comes from being a successful author. But then, you dismiss it. “What me?” you think. “Who am I to publish a book?” Or some other variation of nagging self-doubt.

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  • The Insider’s Guide to Running a Six-Figure Membership Site from Home

    Note from Marsha Stopa: There was a ripple in the blogging world last week when we learned that John Yeoman had passed. John ran several acclaimed fiction writing programs at his membership site Writers’ Village and was a fixture since we launched this blog. We counted on him popping into our inboxes with a wry observation, slightly cynical question or a witty comment on posts.

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  • How to Run Your First Webinar (with No Skills, No Stress and No Budget)

    It’s just too scary, isn’t it? You see all those fancy schmantzy bloggers offering webinars. And everyone and their cat is queuing up to watch them. They have the authority; they get the attention. Yes, I bet it’s crossed your mind to do it too. After all, webinars are supposed to be the hottest thing on the Net. But to run a webinar yourself? It’s just too damn scary.

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  • 9 Essential Books That Will Transform Your Writing Forever

    Admit it. You have several half-read writing books stacked up on your nightstand, several more squirreled away in a desk drawer and a dozen more on your Amazon wish list. You scrutinize all the books that “customers also bought” looking for those one-of-a-kind books that will transform you into a great writer.

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  • 27 Wacky Ways to Beat Writer’s Block

    Let me guess… You’re staring at the blank screen. Your brain is fried. You can feel a headache coming on. You know you should be writing, but… You can’t do this anymore. Your muse is gone. Your well of inspiration is empty. Finished. Stone-dry. You’re not just bored or tired. No, no. This is far worse: Writer’s block. You try to stop your mind wandering off.

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  • How to Accelerate Your Blog’s Growth with a Simple Content Strategy

    Be honest for a moment… When publication day rolls around, do you have a post ready? Or do you frantically scramble at the last minute to figure out what you’re going to write? When you’re writing guest posts for other blogs, are your topics carefully coordinated and strategic, or scattered and inconsistent? And what about your efforts to fuel the growth of your blog? Have you tried several.

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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.

    Ali Luke/ Boost Blog Traffic- 17 readers -
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