Don’t Be Paralyzed By Media Consumption in 2011

“I will be a producer, not a consumer.” Late last year a friend shared this resolution on Facebook. It caught my attention as being a great resolution that I think every entrepreneurial blogger could do well to have. Have you ever been paralyzed by consumption? As I write this post, it’s 11.49 a.m. on Monday [...]

My 5 Favorite, but Often Ignored, Analytics Features

This post was written by the Web Marketing Ninja—a professional online marketer for a major web brand, who’s sharing his tips undercover here at ProBlogger. Curious? So are we! The wonderful thing about working online is that our work is just so measurable. In just about every other industry, a lot of decisions are based [...]

My Dad Held the Keys to an Untapped Niche Market

This guest post is by Ainslie Hunter of CoursesThatMatter.com. When entrepreneurs start online they usually blog about what they know. For me, that was study skills. It is not the sexiest thing to talk about, and actually a hard niche market to crack, but it my first website and has led to some paid blogging [...]

Boost Your Blog Traffic: A Guide For Bloggers Who Want More Traffic in 2011

Are you looking for more traffic for your blog? If you answer yes – you’re not alone. In fact you’re in the vast majority of bloggers. I ran a survey of a segment of ProBlogger readers recently and a ‘lack of traffic’ was identified as the #1 challenge that bloggers face. Kicking off on Monday [...]

7 Ways to Get Your Blog Posts Shared On Facebook

This guest post is by Dan Zarella of DanZarella.com. Want to maximize sharing of your content on Facebook? Here are seven tips that are sure to help. 1. Publish on the weekend Many companies block Facebook access from the office, so sharing of stories on Facebook tends to increase over the weekend. Experiment with publishing [...]