4 Ways to Write Several Blog Posts at Once

We already know that list posts and bullet points are two techniques that resonate well with blog readers. But that’s not why I choose to embrace the style. I lean on these two writing techniques frequently because they allow me, as a writer, to work on multiple articles at once […] Read more…

PressHarbor: WordPress for the Rest of Us

PressHarbor: WordPress for the Rest of Us
A long, long time ago, in a place not so far away a company emerged from the shadows offering WP fans an alternative to Automattic’s WordPress.com. Launched in 2007 by the folks behind RackShare, PressHarbor provides a safe haven for WP fans looking for a WordPress centric hosting company without […] Read more…

Should Pro Bloggers Choose Service Hosting Over Self Hosting?

Should Pro Bloggers Choose Service Hosting Over Self Hosting?
A long time ago at the beginning of geek time there were two types of bloggers. Those who blogged for fun (or passion), and those who earned a profit from blogging (the latter who were often referred to as “pro bloggers”). Back then it was easy to tell the difference […] Read more…

Blogging Pitfalls: How to Avoid Lazy Writing and Editing

Blogging Pitfalls: How to Avoid Lazy Writing and Editing
At the end of the day, the most basic activity a blogger must do is write. While it is true that bloggers are, with good reason, expanding more and more into video and audio, at some point every blogger is going to have to write something. It might be a […] Read more…

Blogging Pitfalls: Why You Can’t Be Just a Blogger

Blogging Pitfalls: Why You Can't Be Just a Blogger
Everyone knows what being a blogger entails but fewer people know what creating a successful blog involves. Far too many bloggers have fallen for the false mantra of “If you write it, they will come” only to watch their traffic, readership and even profits lag behind their efforts. There is […] Read more…

Building Blog Trust: 6 Actionable Items

Building Blog Trust: 6 Actionable Items
Any decent relationship is built on trust. Without it, you have nothing more than two people in a room. Violate it…and you’ll spend a lifetime working (often unsuccessfully) to get it back. Earning and maintaining the trust of a significant other is hard enough, but a bloggers’ job is even […] Read more…

The Complete Guide to Search Engine Optimization and Social Media Marketing

Search Engine Optimization often is a difficult topic and not every blogger agrees that much time should be spend at it but too often people discussing the topic do not know what it all entails. So we sat down and created a What is SEO? infographic. The graphic covers all […] Read more…

The 3 Blog Laws of Self Hosting (Ignore Them At Your Own Risk)

The 3 Blog Laws of Self Hosting (Ignore Them At Your Own Risk)
Despite the benefits of blogging upon Blogger, WordPress.com, OnSugar (for Drupal lovers),  or a microblogging site like Tumblr, there comes a season in your life when you must embrace the trials and tribulations of self hosting your blog. Fortunately in the age of social networking and blogs, most hosting companies […] Read more…

5 Ways to Drive Visitors Away from your Blog

5 Ways to Drive Visitors Away from your Blog
Writing great content is essential to attracting visitors to your blog and keeping them on your blog for more than a few seconds.  The last thing you want to do is drive them away before they even have a chance to read that great content. If you want to drive […] Read more…

Interview with Yury Polnar from Demand Studios

Interview with Yury Polnar from Demand Studios
Today we have the honour to feature an interview with Yuru Polnar from Demand Studios. Demand Studios, who are also advertiser here at BloggingPro, are a known name in the freelance and online writing sector and provide freelance writing opportunities to many writers. Anyone looking to get started as a […] Read more…