How To Build a Local Audience for Your Blog

When you get started as a blogger, you might be writing without an intended direction and instead detailing your life comings and goings or personal interest projects. However, by just adding this sort of content without a keyword direction or intended campaign can result in very slow growth, unless of course you are hot onContinue […]

What to Do When Someone Steals Your Blog Content

The post What to Do When Someone Steals Your Blog Content appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on Episode 108 of the ProBlogger podcast. One day, you come across someone else’s blog online that has surprisingly familiar content. Very familiar content. Yours, in fact! In most cases, they’ll have taken entire posts for your blog […]

Facebook launches ‘Hunt for False News’ debunk blog as fakery drops 50%

Facebook hopes detailing concrete examples of fake news it’s caught — or missed — could improve news literacy, or at least prove it’s attacking the misinformation problem. Today Facebook launched “The Hunt for False News,” in which it examines viral B.S., relays the decisions of its third-party fact-checkers and explains how the story was tracked […]

255: My Mid-Life Crisis and The Power of Being Vulnerable on a Blog

The post 255: My Mid-Life Crisis and The Power of Being Vulnerable on a Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. The Power of Being Vulnerable with Your Readers Have you experienced the power of taking a step out of your comfort zone and being vulnerable with your readers? I have long believed in the power of […]

The Practical Guide to Analyzing and Optimizing Your Blog

Google Analytics can be an intimidating tool to many marketers. It contains tons of information about your website visitors, but unlocking insights and coming up with action items is often a challenge when you’re faced with so much data. To avoid data paralysis, we recommend using Google Analytics to uncover your most popular webpages (let’s […]

Top Tips for a Clean and Healthy Blog Email List

The post Top Tips for a Clean and Healthy Blog Email List appeared first on ProBlogger. At ProBlogger, we talk a lot about the value and importance of using an email strategy to drive traffic to, and make money from, your blog. But if you don’t keep your email subscriber list clean, it can negatively […]

How Long Should Your Blog Post Be?

The post How Long Should Your Blog Post Be? appeared first on ProBlogger. Today’s post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke When I started blogging in 2008, there was a (roughly) agreed-on standard for blog posts: you should post around 500 words every weekday. Now that I look back on that, it seems pretty […]

258: How My Table Tennis Blog Helped Me Quit My Job

The post 258: How My Table Tennis Blog Helped Me Quit My Job appeared first on ProBlogger. How a Table Tennis Blog Allowed This Blogger to Quit His Job This is the third episode in our Blogging Breakthroughs series, which features bloggers’ stories about breakthroughs in traffic, income, mindset and other aspects of blogging. Today […]

7 Ways to Start Building an Audience for Your New Blog

The post 7 Ways to Start Building an Audience for Your New Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. It’s a problem every new blogger faces, and it can seem insurmountable. How do you build an audience when no-one knows who you are? There’s plenty of good advice out there (so much that it might seem a […]

260: How One Recipe Blogger Turned Her Blog Around with a Simple Mindshift

The post 260: How One Recipe Blogger Turned Her Blog Around with a Simple Mindshift appeared first on ProBlogger. How a Mindshift Changed One Blogger’s Perspective This episode of our Blogging Breakthroughs series features eight-year blogger Sarah Cook. Her blog Sustainable Cooks shares recipes, gardening tips, and real food for food people. Sarah describes how a […]