The 3 Step Guide to Creating Pinterest-friendly Graphics for Your Blog

The 3 Step Guide to Creating Pinterest-friendly Graphics for Your Blog

It´s well established that Pinterest can be a strong driver of traffic. We´ve been having a lot of success at our Digital Photography School account and have seen other blogs, like Hair Romance, experiencing similar success. In my experience, most bloggers focus on curating boards to build their expertise and drive traffic back to their [...]

Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study]

This guest post is by Nathan Barry of Designing Web Applications. It seems like every day you read a story about a blogger who released a product to their audience and made a ton of money overnight. But then after you read more details about their story, you learn that they already had a popular [...]

Make Money From a Low-traffic Blog [Case Study]

This guest post is by Nathan Barry of Designing Web Applications. It seems like every day you read a story about a blogger who released a product to their audience and made a ton of money overnight. But then after you read more details about their story, you learn that they already had a popular [...]

The Diamond in the Rough System for Gaining Influence

This guest post is by Jonathan Goodman. Content is still king, but influential relationships are queen. And we all know that women rule the world, so maybe we should start paying more attention to these queens. Bloggers should publish less and promote more. If you enjoy staying awake until 4am writing each night, and frantically [...]

40 Cool Things to Do With Your Posts *After* You Hit Publish

This guest post is by Steff Green of Grymm Epic Copywriting and Illustration. Blogging isn’t a case of “If you post it, they will come.” Your role as a blogger doesn’t end as soon as you hit Publish. In fact, that’s only the beginning. If you’re anything like me, most posts take you between one [...]

WordPress Feature Review: New Features You Missed in 2012, Part 2

WordPress Feature Review: New Features You Missed in 2012, Part 2

This guest post is by Michael Scott of WPHub.com. Yesterday, we started our tour of new features added to WordPress in version 3.4. Today we continue the tour with a look at helpful new features available in version 3.5. New features added to WordPress 3.5 Released late last year, WordPress 3.5 was the second and [...]

WordPress Feature Review: New Features You Missed in 2012, Part 1

WordPress Feature Review: New Features You Missed in 2012, Part 1

This guest post is by Michael Scott of WPHub.com. One of the great things about WordPress is that it never stands still. The platform is constantly evolving beyond its blogging roots, with more great features being added every year. WordPress used to release small updates frequently, but at the end of 2009 they changed this [...]

Backing Up WordPress? Don’t Make These 9 Mistakes

This guest post is by Anders Vinther of The WordPress Security Checklist. Do you have insurance on your car? And on your house? Of course you do. Do you have insurance on your WordPress site? What? Insurance?! A good backup plan is your insurance policy on your WordPress site! You might be a serious blogger [...]

Backing Up WordPress? Don’t Make These 9 Mistakes

This guest post is by Anders Vinther of The WordPress Security Checklist. Do you have insurance on your car? And on your house? Of course you do. Do you have insurance on your WordPress site? What? Insurance?! A good backup plan is your insurance policy on your WordPress site! You might be a serious blogger [...]

Backing Up WordPress? Don’t Make These 9 Mistakes

This guest post is by Anders Vinther of The WordPress Security Checklist. Do you have insurance on your car? And on your house? Of course you do. Do you have insurance on your WordPress site? What? Insurance?! A good backup plan is your insurance policy on your WordPress site! You might be a serious blogger [...]