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    • 7 Blogging Mistakes to Avoid in 2017

      Everybody makes mistakes. This is something that can’t be avoided all of the time. In fact, some of those errors can turn into some of your greatest learning experiences. However, one of the best ways to save time and money in your blogging is to learn from the mistakes of others. If you do that – and avoid those same pitfalls yourself – you will already be ahead of the game.

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    • Irresistible Reading: Psychology’s 6-Tip Guide to Great Writing

      There is plenty of great advice around for creating compelling blog content. We read it, but knowing something and doing it are two different things. The missing link is often understanding the why. Why is great writing irresistible to your reader? And how to you do more of it? Here’s six tips from psychology for creating content your audience can’t resist.

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    • Ten Simple Ways to Improve Any Blog Post in Minutes

      Are your blog posts as good as you want them to be? Perhaps you don’t seem to get many comments or shares. Or maybe your recent posts are great, but you feel like your older ones are lacking something. You don’t need to rewrite each post from scratch to improve it. Often, a few small tweaks can make a dramatic difference.

      Ali Luke/ @ProBloggerin Content- 11 readers -
  • All Editors are Not the Same, so Which do You Need?

    …, if editing isn’t ghost writing, what is it then? In the perfect world, editing is four-stage process*. While it may seem that these four stages apply only to the editing of long-form content (like e-books and print books), it does also apply to short-form content like blog posts and articles: Stage 1: Developmental editing When we’re talking books…

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  • Where Will Your Great Ideas Come From?

    … By ProBlogger expert Ellen Jackson of Potential Psychology. I have big plans for 2017, blog-wise and business-wise. I bet you do too. My word for this year is ‘bigger.’ I’m going to think bigger, to play bigger. After a year of hard work and incremental improvement it’s time for a quantum leap. It’s time to shake things up; to think…

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  • Day Four: How to Publish, Promote, and Propagate Your Article

    … is condensed. For example, I still try to write forward when I write my first draft — not allowing myself to go back and edit as I’m writing. And I still build in time between writing and editing … but sometimes instead of 24 hours, it’s a 30-minute lunch break that gives me enough time to think about something else and return to the content…

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  • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

    …, but popular, posts are great candidates to update and republish. You may also find that your writing style has shifted and developed, so it’s a good idea to do a thorough edit even of the parts of the post that are still factually correct. I recommend doing this by updating the content then changing the date of the post. Don’t copy-and-paste content…

    Ali Luke/ @ProBloggerin How To's- 11 readers -
  • A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content – A Pamela Wilson Series

    … is a solo act. That’s how it is for me with my content on Big Brand System. I write it myself without any feedback from an editor. And early on, I discovered a way to create that content that allowed my “inner editor” to come to the forefront and improve the articles I was writing. It all starts by spreading the content creation process out over several…

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  • Day Three: How to Polish and Prepare to Publish Your Content

    … As you can see, the bulleted list injects a lot of white space into your page. It’s fast and easy to skim. Read more about writing easy-to-read bulleted lists in the Main Copy chapter of the Master Content Marketing book. Add excerpts using block quotes. Block quotes or call-outs highlight specific excerpts of text that you’d like your reader…

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBloggerin Content How To's- 12 readers -
  • Day One: How to Build a “Backbone” for Your Content Marketing

    … is the most important promotional part of your content. Your headline is what gets people to click on your content and read it. Spend plenty of time generating lots of headline ideas. When I write headlines, I like to think of writing the first 10-20 headline ideas like clearing a clog in a pipe: once you get the “junk” ideas out of the way…

    @ProBloggerin Content How To's- 19 readers -
  • A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content – A Pamela Wilson Series

    … is a solo act. That’s how it is for me with my content on Big Brand System. I write it myself without any feedback from an editor. And early on, I discovered a way to create that content that allowed my “inner editor” to come to the forefront and improve the articles I was writing. It all starts by spreading the content creation process out over several…

    @ProBloggerin Content- 13 readers -
  • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

    …, but popular, posts are great candidates to update and republish. You may also find that your writing style has shifted and developed, so it’s a good idea to do a thorough edit even of the parts of the post that are still factually correct. I recommend doing this by updating the content then changing the date of the post. Don’t copy-and-paste content…

    Ali Luke/ @ProBloggerin How To's- 14 readers -
  • New Year Reboot: Make More Time to Write

    … enough time to write. Virtually every blogger and entrepreneur has the same problem. Maybe you want to write great content to build your business – but there are so many other things you have to do too. I know first-hand how much of a challenge this can be. I started out writing around a full-time day job; today, I juggle work around my two year…

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 23 readers -
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