This is a guest contribution by Asher Elran of Dynamic Search. I thought emails were a waste of time and that they are ignored, but then I learned how to do it right and watched the numbers flip. After you published a great post and pushed it through your social network, the third step is to leverage your email list too.
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How To Use Auto Responder Emails to Boost Your Blogging Efforts
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Last week I tweeted a question asking my Problogger followers to share the biggest challenge that they face as a blogger. Around 50 replies came back and a couple of themes emerged – the biggest one centred around ‘Time’. Finding time to blog is something that all bloggers struggle with
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7 Tips for Busy Bloggers on Finding Time to Blog
A Guest Contribution by Shaun McCarthy from Twitter , or visit Training Outcomes When was the last time you learned something new? It could have been anything, from customising your blog template or setting up your social media to fixing your leaky tap. I want you to think about how you were taught
3 Simple ways You can get your Blog Engagement Rockin
In this post Shayne and I share the back story how we mistakenly sent an email to almost a million people that should have gone to a few thousand – and what we did about it! From Shayne : Wednesday the 10th of April 2013 is a day I will never forget.
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How NOT to Send an Email: A Day We’d Rather Forget But a Story We Need to Tell
Recently I was part of a panel to launch a new book by Trevor Young called ‘ Micro Domination ‘. In the book Trevor identifies a number of what he calls ‘ Micro Mavens ‘ – including people like Chris Brogan , Jonathan Fields , Marie Forleo , Chris Guillebeau , Trey Ratcliff , Pamela Slim , Gary Vaynerchuk (and he generously includes me too) and goes onto describe their characteristics and how they’ve built businesses around their personal brands. The book is a good read – particularly for those starting out and wanting to get their head around the idea of building an online personal brand
A Key to Building a Sustainable Online Personal Brand
… is to start a blog and use it. The barriers to entry into blogging are low – you can start a blog in minutes using a tool like WordPress.com .
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The Only Real Way to Learn About Blogging
A Guest Post by Chris Brogan from Human Business Works I started my first blog back in 1998, when it was called journaling.
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15 Years Blogging And Still Learning
As a blogger spare time can be pretty hard to come by. Your focus, as it should be, is about creating great content and engaging with your community — leaving little capacity for the ‘other’ things that need to be done. Add the fact that a lot of us prefer to leave the numbers and bean counting to the accountants and statisticians, it’s no surprise that a lot of the bloggers I speak with have little or no idea about the statistical health of their blog.
4 Key Stats to Monitor the Health of Your Blog