Community Discussion

  • Community Discussion: How Do You Survey Your Readers?

    … checked out. The main thing is to use something that will let you ask succinct questions and get aggregated answers that can easily be viewed and analysed as data and graphs. If you’ve got some tips on how you run readers surveys, please leave them in the comments below so we can create a more detailed post in the future. Image Credit: Emily Morter The post Community Discussion: How Do You Survey Your Readers? appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Darren Rowse/ @ProBloggerin How To's- 11 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Are You Making Progress With Your Blogging?

    … Remember the 1st of January 2017? Did you decide “This is the year I’ll start a blog”? Or maybe you set some new blog goals for 2017, prompted by our community discussion? Well, guess what? We’re coming up to the last quarter of the year – just 3 more months remain in 2017. Are you where you want to be with your blogging at this stage…

    @ProBlogger- 10 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Should Bloggers Ask For Donations?

    … or a micropayment per piece of content work for you? More importantly, would your audience see value in that? Please contribute to the production of this content by leaving your ‘tip’ in the comments below (see what I did there?!). (Photo by Thomas Malama on Unsplash) The post Community Discussion: Should Bloggers Ask For Donations? appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    @ProBlogger- 20 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Analysis of Your Most Popular Post

    …? Was it a list post or a tutorial? Did it have images that worked well on Pinterest? Or was it SEO that helped it along? Feel free to share your post in the comments below, with your analysis – how did it get such a great reaction, and how can you recreate that? The post Community Discussion: Analysis of Your Most Popular Post appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 16 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Making Money

    … audience was US-based. I also quite regularly had sponsored content on the blog over the years, but sidebar advertising wasn’t terribly successful. My next move is products (if only I can make the time!). Where do you stand on making money? How much would you like to make? What kinds of income streams are you using or will you be experimenting with this year? Let’s chat! The post Community Discussion: Making Money appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 19 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Your One Thing for 2017

    … to write a book? Do you wish you could take the leap from full time work to full time blogging? Determined to nail email marketing? Prioritising your health? Do please share and let’s discuss. The post Community Discussion: Your One Thing for 2017 appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBloggerin EMail- 24 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Do You Use a Schedule?

    … can actually be a bad thing: Could Marketing Automation Be Hurting Your Blog-Reader Relationships? Do you schedule? Just your content or your hours too? What kinds of tools do you use? Have you tried scheduling and hated it? The post Community Discussion: Do You Use a Schedule? appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 17 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Do You Use a Schedule?

    … can actually be a bad thing: Could Marketing Automation Be Hurting Your Blog-Reader Relationships? Do you schedule? Just your content or your hours too? What kinds of tools do you use? Have you tried scheduling and hated it? The post Community Discussion: Do You Use a Schedule? appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 29 readers -
  • Community Discussion: What are Your Goals for 2017?

    … if you have any and what they are for this year? Do please let me know in the comments! Extra help: PB135: How To Grow Your Blog’s Traffic And Income By Setting Goals How to Set Blog-Changing Goals for the New Year Blogging in Brief: Goal-Setting … and Reaching! 5 Goals Every Blogger Should Set Up in Google Analytics The post Community Discussion: What are Your Goals for 2017? appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 18 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Do You Take Time Off Your Blog at the End of the Year?

    …, and to get off your blog sometimes and into the real world, otherwise how else would you have a life you could ever possibly write about? So for this fortnight’s community discussion, we thought we’d dive deep into the Holiday habits of our readers. What do you do? Where do you go? What happens to your blog when you’re doing it? Are you a repurposer…

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 17 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Guest Post Pitching Strategies

    … that got you over the line? What has been the result of your guest posting on bigger sites in your niche? What would you recommend to newbie bloggers just starting out with guest posting? The post Community Discussion: Guest Post Pitching Strategies appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 22 readers -
  • Community Discussion: Traffic Growing Tips

    …. Personal networking helps, and there are a few still making Twitter work for them. There are yet another section absolutely killing it on Pinterest, geting the bulk of their traffic from the visual powerhouse. We wanted to know what works for you? If you were to give one tip to a newbie blogger for growing their traffic, what would it be? What’s worth your time and what’s not? Feel free to share and discuss in the comments below. The post Community Discussion: Traffic Growing Tips appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 21 readers -
  • Community Discussion: What Social Platform Works for You (and why?)

    … the changes cycling through so fast we thought it would be fun to open up a discussion and informally poll our readers – where do you hang out online? What kind of blog do you have and what social platforms are the most successful for you? Is your audience on the platform you want to be on, or would you prefer to interact elsewhere? What works on your social channels? Leave your comments below and let’s get chatting! The post Community Discussion: What Social Platform Works for You (and why?) appeared first on ProBlogger. …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBloggerin Social- 24 readers -
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