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    • 182: How to Use MindMaps in your Blogging

      How to Create MindMaps for your Blogging In today’s lesson, I want to talk about one of my favorite techniques in business for organising my thoughts, helping me to review, plan and organise my business and to think creatively and generate loads of ideas. Today’s episode is about Mind Mapping. I want to talk about what mind maps are but more importantly I want to suggest a var ...

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    • 183: 9 Types of Questions to Ask On Your FaceBook Page to Get More Comments

      The 9 Questions You Can Ask to Increase FaceBook Engagement In today’s lesson, I want to give you some really practical things that you can do to increase engagement – particularly to get people to comment – on your Facebook page and if you have them – groups. Most bloggers spend a lot of time on Facebook and it’s for good reason.

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    • 184: 2 Blog Monetization Strategies that Have Increased My Blogs Earnings by over 40%

      Strategies to Increase Your Blog Earnings In today’s lesson, I want to talk about two things I’ve been doing on my main blog to increase the profitability of the blog – both have been working really well! I’m going to talk about 3 income streams in particular – AdSense Ad network (although this will be relevant to other networks too), Affiliate promotions and selling our own products.

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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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  • 185: How to Get a Blogging Job

    …How to Apply for a Blogging Job In today’s lesson, I want to talk about finding a job as a blogger – particularly how to apply for a blogging job. Back in 2006 I noticed I started getting a lot of two types of emails: People wanting to hire bloggers would email me asking if I knew anyone suitable for a blogging job that they had. Bloggers…

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  • 181: How to Overcome the Challenges of Being a Solo Entrepreneur

    …Tackling the Biggest Challenges of Being a Solo Entrepreneur with Robert Gerrish of FlyingSolo In today’s lesson, I have a real treat for those of you who spend most of your working life alone as solo-entrepreneurs. Over in the ProBlogger Podcast listeners facebook group this week I ran a little poll to see how many of you as listeners work alone…

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

    … in the sidebar. The title above it says “I need help with…,” and then underneath that there’s eight things. Basically, what each of those icons links to is what we call one of our portals. You’ll see there’s a portal for how to start a blog. You’ll see there’s a portal for creating great content. You’ll find a portal for finding readers for your blog. We…

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

    … and he would find people who owned these cars. He would take his camera out and interview them in person. In essence, what he was doing there was creating content that was that person’s opinion of the car that they bought. They were usually very positive opinions because people had invested significantly to get these cars, but it was really…

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  • PB177: How to Build Traffic and Momentum on Your Blog After a Blogging Slump

    …Six Ways to Boost Traffic on Your Blog In today’s lesson, I want to talk about getting your traffic kick started in the new year. Many bloggers struggle with getting traffic momentum early in the year after the holiday period traffic slump that most of us go through because our readers are not online as much or after we’ve taken a bit of time off…

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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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  • PB175: How to Quit Your Job and Build an Online Business

    …How to Think About Giving up Your Day Job for an Online Business In today’s lesson I want to tell you a story – a story of advice I was given when I was starting out that I ignored – a story of regret and a story that I hope might move you to taking some action! Further Resources on How to Quit Your Job and Build an Online Business Becoming…

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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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  • PB171: How I Doubled My Blogging Income and Had My Most Profitable Month Ever

    … to episode 171 of the ProBlogger podcast. My name is Darren Rowse, and I’m the blogger, founder of ProBlogger.com – a blog, podcast, event, job board and series of eBooks all designed to help you as a blogger grow your audience, to create content that helps that audience, and to make money from that blog – to build a profitable blog. That’s what…

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  • PB170: 9 Ways to Stay Inspired and Avoid Bloggers Burn Out

    …How to Stay Inspired and Avoid Bloggers Burn Out In today’s lesson I want to talk about blogger burnout and how to avoid it. Most bloggers start out blogging with an incredible burst of passion, excitement and energy with their blogging, but usually at some point within the first year or two, many bloggers come up against their first bout…

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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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