Creating Content

    • PB178: How to Get Products to Review on Your Blog

      Strategies to Get Products to Review on Your Blog In today’s lesson, I want to share 7 strategies that I used to get products to review on my first ever commercial blog – a camera review blog. It’s not always easy to get products to review in the early days of a blog when you perhaps don’t have a big profile so in this episode I rewind the clock to when I was just starting out ...

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    • PB179: How to Lower the Bounce Rate on Your Blog

      11 Ways You Can Lower Your Blog’s Bounce Rate Today I’m feeling slightly strange – my house is so quiet because my youngest son started school this week. Yep – all 3 boys at school at last and while it’s been quite exciting to see him get in his school uniform and go to school – the house is so quiet and I think it’ll take a little time to get used to! But anyway – one of the g ...

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  • PB176: Scannable Content: 19 Techniques to Create it

    …Techniques to Create Scannable Content for Your Blog In today’s lesson, I want to share a simple way to write content that is much more likely to be actually read, understood and acted upon by your readers. We’re going to talk about techniques for creating more scannable content for your blog. As bloggers, we put a lot of time into carefully…

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  • PB174: An Alternate New Year’s Resolution That Will Transform Your Blogging for 2017

    …An Alternate Resolution to Transform Your Blogging in 2017 In today’s lesson I want to talk about New Year’s Resolutions and Goals and want to suggest setting a goal that I think will help to set your blogging up for a great year of blogging. In fact – I’m really excited about this episode because it’s an alternative way of thinking about New…

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  • PB173: How to Use Quotes in Your Blog Content Legally and Ethically

    …Using Quotes in Your Blog Legally and Ethically In today’s lesson, I want to talk about using quotes on your blog. I’m regularly asked – particularly by new bloggers – what the etiquette and legalities are around using content that others have written in your own content – or the practice of quoting others. It’s a good question because quoting…

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  • PB169: Single Author Blog to Multi Author Blog – How to Make the Transition

    … of brainstormed these 200 topics. I knew that I had enough in me to write that blog and just really focused on creating that content in stage 1. Stage 2 really came as a result of doing the hard work in stage 1. Stage 1 was building the foundations. The first couple of years in my blog, I did all the writing. I did all the marketing. I did all the social…

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  • PB168: 7 Steps to Editing Your Blog Posts

    …Edit Your Blog Posts With Seven Simple Steps A lot is taught about the importance of writing great blog posts, but it is in the editing of your writing that your post can really be made to shine. If left unedited, it can create a very different impression that can hurt people’s view of you and your blog. In today’s episode, I want to share…

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  • PB160: Challenge: How to Write an Opinion Post on Your Blog

    … into much more detail than that. A few last tips before you get into writing your piece of content or creating your piece of content if you want to do something that’s not written, that’s totally fine too. Firstly, include in your posts some reference to other people’s opinions. I actually really appreciate when someone is sharing their opinion…

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  • PB155: 5 Tips from Full Time Bloggers

    … readers.” “Blogging is never about one post, it’s your body of work that you’ll be known for,” said someone else. “Keep going, keep talking, keep taking consistent action no matter how small. You’ll be amazed in a year when you look back at how far you’ve come.” Someone else said, “Be consistent with the content you deliver. Be genuine in what you…

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  • PB152: Challenge – Embedded Content

    Embedded Content Challenge Today, I want to give you a challenge to create a certain type of content. This is in the vein of our blogging groove challenge which we did about six weeks ago. I’ve just returned from the ProBlogger Event, and I am inspired. I received a lot of listener feedback about how the podcast has helped listeners and how the challenge series have had a posi ...

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  • PB149: Series of Blog Posts vs Long Blog Posts – Which is Better?

    …? Enjoy this podcast? Sign up to our ProBloggerPLUS newsletter to get notified of all new tutorials and podcasts below. Click Here to Subscribe to ProBloggerPLUS for Free The post PB149: Series of Blog Posts vs Long Blog Posts – Which is Better? appeared first on ProBlogger Podcast. Related Stories PB146: How to Write Effective Sales Copy PB145: Is Your Obsession With Creating New Content Hurting Your Blog? PB144: Challenge: Create a Link Post …

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  • PB146: How to Write Effective Sales Copy

    … as well. We constantly watch what other photography sites are doing. As I mentioned before, we actively promote their products as affiliates probably to make money but also it’s a great way of researching and again listening to shape what we then create as well. By promoting other people’s products as an affiliate, we see if our audience has…

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  • PB145: Is Your Obsession With Creating New Content Hurting Your Blog?

    …Is Your Blog Being Hurt by Your Obsession to Create New Content? Today, I want to talk about an obsession that many bloggers have – an obsession with creating NEW content and want to suggest that we all take a little step back from spending quite so much time on that task and pay attention to something that might have a better payoff for us. I’m…

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  • PB143: Challenge: Create a Discussion Starter

    … and then ask the question inviting your readers to respond. The beauty of doing that is that if you don’t have many readers, at least you’re producing some content that has your opinion or has your view on a particular topic. That may be one way if you are a bit nervous about creating this post today and worried that no one will respond to it, maybe you…

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