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Blogging Fears: 6 Things You Need To Get To The Next Blogging Level

Apr 30, 2016 Steven 4 responses General

The time will come when you’ll have to start making big decisions for your blog. You’re not just a little no-name blog anymore. You have some good, steady traffic coming in and you’re making a little money. If you want to make more money though, then you need to start thinking bigger, and that scares […]

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Blogging Success Requirements: 5 Things You Should Be Able To Do

Apr 30, 2016 Steven 5 responses Blogging

The guides all tell you that anybody, regardless of skill, knowledge or experience, can build a successful blog, but I think they’re stretching the truth a bit. I think you need these five requirements before you even start thinking about it. You have to be willing to put in the time You might blog for […]

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Blog Activity: 10 Strategies To Get More Visitors To Comment

Apr 29, 2016 Steven 18 responses Blogging

A 2006 study conducted by the Nielsen Norman Group found that, in most online communities, 90 percent of users are lurkers who never leave a comment, 9 percent will comment occasionally, and only 1 percent of your readers will comment on a regular basis. While these statistics remain pretty steady, there are some things you […]

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Comment Interaction: You Should Always Respond To Readers’ Comments

Apr 29, 2016 Steven 3 responses Blogging

If you already respond to comments on your blog you might be tempted to skip this article, but don’t be too hasty. I’m going to cover a few ideas you can use to amp up the comment activity on your blog. Why It’s Important To Respond To Comments On Your Blog Responding to comments lets […]

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Readers Homework: Another Way To Grow A Blogging Family

Apr 29, 2016 Steven Blogging

In a previous article, I discussed why it’s important to develop a community and suggested a few ideas to help you get started. One of those ideas was to give your readers homework and have them report back when they’ve completed the assignment. Sound a little too much like school? Not really. Here’s how it […]

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Zero Parallel Review: Your One Stop Shop For The Best Payday Affiliate Offers

Apr 29, 2016 Steven Reviews
Zero Parallel Review: Your One Stop Shop For The Best Payday Affiliate Offers

About ten years ago affiliate networks sprouted like weeds. They were everywhere. And like everything else, there were good ones and there were bad ones. You have the Amazon’s and Walmart’s of the world, then you have a wide range of networks across an almost endless spectrum of products and services… Travel, pens, mortgages, solar […]

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Reader Interaction: How To Use It To Create More Actionable Content

Apr 29, 2016 Steven 3 responses Blogging

I’ll let you in on a little secret. Even though I talk about blogging and making money online, I like to visit this one particular celebrity blog every day when I take a break for lunch. It let’s me see how they handle the reader interaction in a highly popular niche. This blog is run […]

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Make Money Online Tips: Can You Apply Them If Your Blog Is Not About Making Money Online?

Apr 29, 2016 Steven 3 responses Blogging

If you hang out in a popular Internet Marketing forum then you’ve probably seen this question more than a few times. You’ve probably also see your fair share of bloggers who boast about making a six-figure income selling Make Money Online products. And their products always seem to focus on how to make money if […]

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Broke Blogger: 10 Reasons Why Your Blog Doesn’t Make Money

Apr 29, 2016 Steven One response Blogging

While it’s been proven time and time again that it’s possible to make that magical, six-figure income blogging, the sad truth is that many blogs – in fact most blogs – don’t make much money at all. But don’t let that discourage you. I’m going to give you 10 reasons why they don’t make much […]

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Extra Mile Blogging: A Little Extra Effort Can Breed Exciting Results

Apr 29, 2016 Steven 3 responses Blogging

I know I’ve always come out on the side of shorter, snappier posts over those long, rambling posts so many bloggers are publishing these days, but there’s something to be said for taking a little extra time to create your content. It can make your shorter posts even snappier, but more important, it can turn […]

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