Why Every Employee Should Start a Blog

This guest post is by Hassan Osman of PartTimeWebpreneur.com. I’ve been running a blog for a year and a half now, all while working a demanding full-time job (at Cisco Systems), pursuing a graduate degree, conducting some research on the side, and doing what I enjoy the most: spending quality time with my family. Although [...]

How to Sell Affiliate Products on Pinterest

This guest post is by Krizia of CreateProfitableVideos.com. Since I’m not a creative entrepreneur or blogger, I’m not able to benefit from the great opportunity to sell my products on Pinterest. I define “creative entrepreneurs or bloggers” as the jewelry designers, accessory designers, interior decorators, kitchen supply shops, and photographers who are dominating Pinterest and [...]

Long-term Goal-setting for Successful Bloggers

This guest post is by Chris The Traffic Blogger. Short-term goals can be devastating. In six months I lost over 60 pounds working out and eating smaller portions. I started off just running every day because I was sick of being overweight. Then I began eating less and obeying simple diets and workout routines. Things went [...]

How Bloggers Can Profit from the Weight Loss Niche

This guest post is by John Smith of Weightlosstriumph.com. The internet is growing every day as more people hear about the concepts of internet marketing, blogging, and other ways to make money online that revolve around carving out their own niche. But one mistake is becoming very common. Due to the mass of examples and [...]

3 Do-at-Your-Desk Exercises to Avoid Becoming Chair Shaped

This guest post is by Dr. Kathryn Woodall of Indestructible Desk Jockey. Do you spend a lot of time tickling the keyboard to crank out a blog? Then you’ll want to listen to this. When you were a child, did your mother ever say, “Keep making that face and it’s gonna stay that way?” If [...]

Link-building Tips and Tools for Bloggers in a Post-Panda and Penguin World

This guest post is by Corey Northcutt of Northcutt. There have been several great link building posts so far this year on ProBlogger, including 10 No-Nonsense Ways to Build Links, How to Systematically Build a Mountain of Links, and A New Linking Strategy. And of course, Darren wrote earlier today advocating a more level-headed approach [...]

Protect Your Content from Being Copied in 3 Steps

This guest post is by Abhishek of Budding Geek. Content scraping still haunts the entire blogosphere. No matter how hard you try to defend your creation, content thieves will always find a way to steal it! It really feels terrible to find exact copies of your original work distributed all over the internet, often without any [...]

How Inspiring Your Readers Drives them to Search for Information (and Interact)

One of my mantras that I’ve shared many times when speaking, and here in posts on ProBlogger, is to build blogs that: Image courtesy stock.xchng user Eastop inspire inform interact. My experience is that a blog can really come alive when you not only provide readers with information, but also give them inspiration and a [...]