Creating Content

    • How to Take a Break from Your Blog

      Do you ever feel like you need to take a break from your blog but you feel like you’ve created a monster that just needs to keep being fed and fear that stepping away from the blog could mark the beginning of the end for it? If so – you’re not alone. We all need to take a break from our blogs at one point or another – whether that be to have a break and get away on a vacatio ...

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  • How to Avoid Writing Boring Outlines using the IKEA Method

    …. They’re already grouped together, so that gives you your subhead for that section. Start editing those loose, stream of consciousness thoughts into coherent sentences. Move them around into logical paragraphs. Turn that subhead into something descriptive, so scanners can easily skim your post. Make sure it signposts your content. Imagine we’re…

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  • How to Save 4 Hours on Every Piece of Content You Create

    … our Tone Analyzer technology to ensure they are a good match for your brand voice. Depending on your industry, we’ve likely worked with them before and have performance data to further corroborate our decisions. You just have to look through the list and start thinking about what stories you want to produce. Defining the story and checking…

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  • 191: Tools for Creating Great Visual Content for Your Blog

    …Making the Most of Tools, Apps and Services to Create Visual Content for Your Blog In today’s lesson, we’re going to talk tools for creating great visual content for your blog. Over the last few weeks, we’ve been exploring different types of content that you can use on your blog. In episode 187 we talked written content, in 189 video content…

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  • 189: How to Create Amazing Videos for Your Blog Using Your Smartphone

    … and wellness space. From that, I’ve started a company with my brother Mike called Primal Video. We really just help people get better results with their videos faster. Essentially, removing all the barriers that we have and that we create to creating video content. That’s what we’re up to these days. Darren: That’s a great introduction to what I really want…

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  • 187: Is Written Content Dead?

    … over on the show notes or on the Facebook group. I do want to say I’m not arguing that it should be the only medium. I’m not arguing that written content is the best medium even, that everyone should be creating it even. I just want to emphasize that I don’t think it’s going away. I see a lot of hype about how video is going to be the only thing…

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  • 186: A Step-By-Step Guide to How I Write a Blog Post

    …How I Write a Blog Post – My Step-By-Step Process Today, I want to walk you through my step by step process for writing a blog post! I get asked about this regularly over in the ProBlogger podcast listeners Facebook group today put together some notes on the workflow I use and want to run you through it. Before I do – and speaking…

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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…

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  • 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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  • 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

    …, then perhaps some of those things will look after themselves. If you can identify the thing that you want to help you readers with, this year, that will help you to work out what content to produce, what products to create for your blog, will help you to work ahead and promote your blog better and how to attract new readers. How will your blog make…

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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

    …, just searching for ProBlogger. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about something that I think is really important for bloggers, and that’s something that I know some of us attend to avoid. That is editing our blog posts. Let us talk about the importance of writing great blog posts and creating great content which is definitely important but it’s…

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