Sunday, July 31, 2011

5 DO’S and DON’T’S of On-page Optimization

On-page optimization forms an integral part of SEO. It can be visualized as a foundation of search engine optimization. By Bloggingpro

15 Awesome WordPress Home Pages


WordPress, which was just released in version 3.2, has always been at the forefront of creative design and we continue to see many great WordPress designs. By Bloggingpro

Blogging Pitfalls: What You Need in Your Site’s Footer

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When it comes to blog design, most put the lion’s share of their effort on the area that “above the fold” or what appears on the screen before the user has done any scrolling. By Bloggingpro

11 WordPress Plugins For Travel Bloggers

Here are 11 awesome plugins that the travel blogger can use for their own blog. By Bloggingpro

How to Improve Your Blog’s Traffic

Everyone knows that it takes a lot of time and effort to create a good blog but there’s a big difference between having a good blog and having a great blog. By Bloggingpro

Blogging Pitfalls: Why You Can’t Hop From Platform to Platform

Bloggers love to argue about what is the best blogging platform. The simple truth is that every blogging platform is perfectly fine to run your blog. By Bloggingpro

15 Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog

You hear a plethora of SEO’s and Internet Marketers claim that content is king. This is true to an extent, but the fact is a lot of people are more than capable of writing great content, but is great content alone enough? By Bloggingpro

PressWork, A Free HTML5 Drag & Drop Framework for WordPress

PressWork WordPress HTML5 Framework

When somebody uses the tagline PressWork is not only a framework… we’re setting the standards for premium themes too! on the paid WordPress themes section of their website, eyeballs are caught and we here at BloggingPro like to have a closer look at things. By Bloggingpro

How to Choose the Rights Business Model for Your Blog

If you work on your blog long enough and hard enough, at some point you’re probably going to want to earn at least some revenue from it. After all, though most bloggers get started out of fun or love, revenue is not only a powerful motivator but it also frees a blogger up to invest more time and energy into their site. By Bloggingpro

Blogging Pitfalls: How to Deal with Press Agents

If you build a blog with any reasonable size or status, you’re going to draw the attention of companies and their their public relations managers. By Bloggingpro

Try These 5 Analytics Tools For Your Blog

As a blog owner it’s very important to know who your visitors are, what they like, what they don’t like and what they’re looking for. It’s even more important to have what they’re looking for on your site so that you can keep them there as long as possible. By Bloggingpro

Why I’m Very Glad I Didn’t Spend Money on Advertising my Blog

When I first started blogging I knew the importance of traffic to the success of a blog. I knew it is traffic that results in sales, I knew it is traffic that converts into subscribers and I knew that the less traffic you have the slimmer your chances of success as a blogger. By Onibalusi Bamidele

Bring Your Blog to Life with a New WordPress Theme

As bloggers, we always want our blogs to look the best they can. While a custom designed blog theme is nearly always the best way to go, not all of us have the necessary funds to hire a design team to create our blogs. The next best option is to find a quality wordpress theme that fits your blog style. By Bloggingtips

Lazyscope – Your Twitter Stream Turned into an RSS Feed

Subscribe to any blog with Lazyscope.

Lazyscope is a desktop tool works kind of like a feed reader for your Twitter account. Along with reading tweets though, you can also use it to keep up with your favorite RSS feeds. It lets you import your Google Reader feeds and subscribe to other blogs as well.
By Bloggingtips

10 Ways to Pimp Your Blog

If you’ve been blogging for a little while now, you might be looking at how you can take the next step. To that end, this post offers 10 ways to “pimp” your blog, both in the sense of “tricking out” your blog to make it more attractive and more useful, and in the sense of pushing your blog to earn more readers, subscribers, and (hopefully) fans.
By Dustin Wax

Not all Your Blog Posts Will go Viral

As bloggers, the key to our success lies in our creativity and this creativity is hampered when it isn’t our sole focus. When you’re obsessed only with writing viral blog posts as a blogger you will find it difficult to focus on what really matters, which is delivering value to your audience. By DailyBlogTips

How to Be a More Productive Blogger

At its core blogging is about sharing ideas and personal opinions. While bloggers may have ideas bouncing all over the place, a crucial choking point is trying to convey those ideas from our mind to paper. By DailyBlogTips

6 Reasons Blogging is a Good First Business

The dream of becoming self-employed is the fuel that takes so many bloggers from the first few months of scraping for followers to the successful later years of making a comfortable income. But what is it about blogging in particular that makes it such a great option for first-time entrepreneurs? By DailyBlogTips

The Steven Spielberg Method: How to Write More Blog Posts In Less Time

In a recent interview, Steven Spielberg, the famous Hollywood film director of hit films, Jaws, E.T. and The Color Purple, admitted to a strange habit. He said he liked to seek out distractions while working on a film. By DailyBlogTips

How to Choose a Blogging Platform [comparison chart]

You need to choose based on your own criteria. By Denise Wakeman
  • How technically savvy are you?
  • Are you a do-it-yourselfer?
  • How much customization do you want?
  • Will someone be designing and building it for you?
  • What's the purpose, goals and outcomes you want from your blog?

Is Curation The Future Of Blogging?

Traditional blogging is hard work. From creating content on a regular schedule and social networking and link building, to doing things like product fulfillment and replying to comments, blogging the traditional way is not an easy job. By Jack Humphrey

7 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog from LinkedIn


If the audience for your blog are primarily business people, then there's a good bet they spend a lot of time on LinkedIn, the business to business networking site. By Denise Wakeman

Can Google+ Help You with Your Business Blogging?

Is Google+ the answer for your business blogging? By Denise Wakeman

YouTube Super Secrets

A "vlog" or video blog, is a powerful alternative to the traditional text based blog. And if you do video you've got to know how to harness the power of YouTube, the second largest search engine on the web. By Denise Wakeman

Why Bad Writing is Essential to Good Blogging

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So here’s the downside of the accessibility of blogging: It makes the already-terrible writers much, much louder. By Copyblogger

5 Reasons Why All Freelance Writers Should Learn To Write a Sales Letter

Whether you want someone to buy your product, join your email list, retweet or +1 your post, you’re doing one thing — leading your audience down a path at the end of which lies the action they’ll take. By Copyblogger

Creating Great Content for Today’s Social Web

Welcome to an increasingly social landscape on the Web. Social media started this shift from information to conversation, and now with the search engines increasingly using social signals to determine what to show searchers it’s a trend that, as a publisher, you have to get on top of to write and promote great content. By Problogger

How to Build Trust by Association

If you haven’t got a degree and you want to run a successful website, there is nothing stopping you! By Problogger

The 23 Blogger Breeds—Which Are You?

The blogosphere is populous and it keeps growing. With millions of bloggers out there, there are a certain number of very identifiable qualities that are seen. This blogger aims to cover as many of those qualities, or “breeds,” as possible. By Problogger

Understanding Blogging Arbitrage

If you are a blog owner and spend a lot of time writing articles for your own blog, there is a more suitable question to ask: “How much is my time worth as a blogger?” By Problogger

How to Silence Readers From Commenting on Your Blog

You open your Google Analytics to check your blog’s stats. And you feel a bit relieved to learn that you do have a number of pageviews. At least somebody saw your recent post. But how come your visitors left without leaving any comment on your blog? Not a single one! By Problogger

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Top 10 female expert bloggers to follow on twitter

Are you a female entrepreneur? Or are you a female trying to set up a business?

If you are either of the two, then this list is for you. By Genuine SEO