Organizational Tips for Bloggers

Keep an idea journal. When you need to sit down and write a new post you’ll have plenty of ideas. Have a few backup posts ready for when you have interruptions. Eventually you’ll run into times where it’s impossible to find time for a new post. Set aside time each week for brainstorming and idea […]

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5 Skills That Boost Your Design Career

This is a guest post from Chris Garrett. Chris is an internet marketing consultant from the UK. You can read more at his blog, chrisg.com – Subscribe and receive a free ebook. While I have never been a web designer, over the years I have commissioned a good deal of web design and worked very […]

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SEO vs. SMO

Search engine optimization (SEO) and social media optimization (SMO) are two of the bigger concerns for webmasters and bloggers, as they can both have substantial impacts on the amount of traffic a website or blog receives. But does optimizing your site for search engines hinder your SMO efforts (and vice versa) or can they co-exist? […]

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What Makes Good Blog Design?

If you like getting design inspiration by looking at excellent blog designs, you’ll love our new gallery site Blog Design Heroes. As you surf through the internet you’re bound to come across certain designs that you love and some that you hate. But good blog design has a few unique elements when compared to the […]

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Search Engine Traffic for New Blogs – Update

Last month I posted an article with some pointers for new blogs that are trying to generate traffic from search engines. In that post I covered some of the methods that have helped me to quickly increase the traffic that comes from search engines, specifically Google. Since another month has passed, I wanted to give […]

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Brainstorming Techniques for Bloggers

As bloggers, we all face the challenge of creating unique content that will keep readers coming back for more. The first step to writing a blog post is coming up with an idea, but many times this part of the process is taken for granted and sufficient time is not spend on idea development. Original […]

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An Interview with Chris Garrett

Many of you are probably familiar with Chris Garrett. His blog ChrisG.com currently has almost 5,000 subscribers, and he also provides consulting and a variety of other services through omiq. He writes on blogging and new media, as well as other various topics for other blogs. Hopefully you can learn something from him through this […]

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