Wednesday, June 29, 2011

How Being a Coder Can Make You a Better Blogger

You can become a seriously better blogger if you code even a little bit. Here are a few ways development is similar to blogging. By John Saddington

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Why Springtime is the best time to be a blogger

Spring is here, and if you’re anything like the rest of us who are glad to see winter fade away. By Blogussion

Taking your blog mobile: A Basic Guide

Has your blog gone mobile yet? I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but ever since smartphones were introduced, mobile web browsing has exploded. By Blogussion

Should kids blog?

Allowing your kids to blog might be a great decision. In case you’re not yet sure, here are some of the main reasons why you should allow your kids to blog. By ProBlogger

Top 20 iPhone Apps for Bloggers

The Internet changes pretty fast, and if you want to have a popular blog, you must keep up with it. What if you get an awesome idea for a new post while at dinner? By ProBlogger

How to Keep Your Blog Active While Traveling

For many, keeping a blog is a full-time commitment, especially if you want to keep your readers active and engaged with what you have to say. This often means spending long hours day after day creating content, commenting, promoting, and networking with other bloggers. By ProBlogger

Building Blogs is Like Building Muscles

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10 Things to Avoid in a Business Blog

Business blogs are a fantastic way to help establish your credibility within your given industry. By Carol Roberts

WordPress Widgets Make Blog Layouting Easier

Wordpress Widgets

For most WordPress users, modifying your usual default theme these days has become easier with the advent of widgets. By Widgets Blog

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Best 3 Advanced Chrome Extensions To Manage a WordPress Blog

When it comes to choosing a web browser, Internet Explorer and Firefox tend to be two of the most popular. However, Google Chrome is now making its mark in the browser sector. By Blogsessive

Use a Blog to Build Your Brand

Brand building is the only route to business success in the present global market scenario. Sales alone cannot make a business successful since they do not increase until the brand becomes a forceful tool that will launch the business into the big league. By Blogesssive

How to Ask For Backlinks From Other Bloggers

Every blogger should know how essential it is to get specific traffic by using the influence of other blogs in their niche.

Ten Tips for writing a blog post

Some helpful tips for writing your blog posts. By ProBlogger

Writing Blog Content – Make it Scannable

Only 16% of people read web sites word for word. The average person only comprehends 60% of what they read.
Knowing this – how should bloggers who want to communicate effectively write? By ProBlogger

Blogging with an iPad

The most important thing you do when blogging is write posts.

iPad keyboards

For an iPad to be a suitable replacement for student laptops and netbooks writing posts needs to be as easy or similar to using a computer. By The Edublogger

The 6 Ugly Truths About Blogging

Here are a few simple truths about blogging. By DailyBlogTips

How to Choose a Blogging Platform [comparison chart]

What blogging platform should you use? By Denise Wakeman

Writing for Online Readers: The Most Important Rules

You have less than 30 seconds to capture your attention with your post...go! By Dave Copeland

How an Inbound Link Can Improve Search Engine Rankings

Marketing online comes down to one thing an Inbound Link. These types of links are ones that people can click on and be taken to your website from somewhere else, for example a directory, an article, a search engine, or email. By The Blog Herald

Building Links to Your Blog: Why Keyword Research + Quality Content Works

Every great blogger should have basic SEO know-how. Without basic keyword strategy to drive traffic to your blog, a great blogger can go un-noticed. By The Blog Herald

5 False Legal Threats Bloggers Routinely Face

Legally, blogging can be a very scary activity. Since few bloggers are acquainted with media law before setting up their first site, they are dealing with issues of trademark, copyright, libel, privacy, etc. when they have little understanding of the law itself. By The Blog Herald

Make Your Blog Into A Book

You’ve been blogging for years. You’ve been talking passionately about what you know a lot about. You’ve accumulated tons of amazing content on the subject matter, all spread across many, many blog posts. By BloggingTips

5 Social Toolbars to Help Increase User Engagement on Your Blog

Boost your blog/website with rich and interactive features.

Toolbars with integrated social features, like sharing and chatting, can really help you to get your readers involved. Social toolbars are also a a great way to help increase your reach and the visibility of your content on the web. By BloggingTips

5 Great SEO Tips for Bloggers

This post will be giving you 5 major SEO tips to help improve your blog SEO significantly. By BloggingTips

Selling an Established Blog

The good news for bloggers is that compared to other types of websites, blogs seem to sell for a very good price. This is not a reason to sell your blog, just something to bear in mind if you have thought about selling yours. By BloggingTips

Monday, June 20, 2011

With 27 book titles to his name and international sales passing $250 million, Archer is a phenomenon.
So what can a man as successful as Archer teach you about blogging success? By ProBlogger

The Perils and Pitfalls of Blogging in College

Rob Paone shares his thoughts about the pros and cons of blogging in college.

Optimize the Most Underutilized Page of Your Blog

Whilst it’s easy to get excited about crafting your latest blog post it’s far less likely you’ll be kept awake at night thinking about your blog’s Contact page. By ProBlogger

A Blog, a Book and a Business: One Author’s Journey

Kevin Cullis talks about his book and blog.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Tips for college bloggers

Blogging has become a popular way to showcase and share work in graphic and web design. This exposure is what college design students, especially those in online schools, are looking to gain. By Stunning Mesh

Improving ranking of blog posts

Using Twitter will greatly improve your SEO and online marketing. By Stunning Mesh