How to Write a Good Blog Post: Step by Step, All the Way From Research to Writing, Editing, and Publication
In this guide, we go through the whole process of how to write a good blog post – a post that actually gets results and is exactly what your audience needs. Step by step instructions, all the way from research to writing, editing, and publication.
Figuring out what to blog about / picking a good topic for your blog can be challenging.
Most people find it difficult. (more…)
We love WordPress. It’s cool enough!
But it’s also not for everybody…
At least it’s not for the kind of people who might be susceptible to WordPress’ *charm* in certain areas.
Effective Blog Goals: Your Ultimate, Put-in-Practice Guide to Setting, Measuring, and Reaching Your Goals as a Blogger
Warning! This isn’t yet another “you need to set blog goals” -rant. This is more. Way more. First, the facts: blogs that set goals, measure, and stick to good goals, are way more effective than blogs with no goals, or blogs with ineffective goals. This post will tell you all about the specifics of that, explain how to set effective blog goals, and then how to make sure you stick to them. (more…)
Today’s top content marketing advice is filled with buzz words and “quick and dirty tips”, trying to sell you on the sexy side of marketing. But that ignores the one content strategy that always works … because it’s difficult to sell, it’s hard work, it’s time consuming, and there are no shortcuts. (more…)
While doing my research, I found lots of tips online about selling on Fiverr® but far less info about how to get the most out of your experience as a buyer. So, because I’ve been playing around with Fiverr quite a lot lately, I thought I’d fill this void and put up a list of some of my top Fiverr tips – from a buyer’s perspective – to help both buyers and sellers work together better (you’re welcome, Fiverr)! (more…)
Depending on how plugged in you are to the WordPress community, you may or may not already be familiar with the upcoming WordPress Gutenberg editor. The Gutenberg editor has stirred up all kinds of discussion on both sides of the aisle. But this post is not trying to weigh in on that debate… (more…)
A lot of WordPress theme and plugin developers use GitHub to implement version control for their projects. This means all their code and files are available for anyone to see and download. However, having to install WordPress plugins from GitHub manually can be frustrating. (more…)
Remote work is an increasingly popular choice for employers and employees: employers get to enjoy the pick of the best talent from across the globe, and employees get the flexibility of working from wherever they like. For most remote workers (including me), this means working from home. (more…)
How to Get Unlimited, Sure-to-Work Blog Post Ideas in a Non-Obvious Way (Spoiler Alert: It Involves Talking to Your Audience)
The biggest challenge of successful blogging is consistently coming up with engaging blog post ideas that readers will actually enjoy. At the beginning, we simply write down everything we would ordinarily say to curious customers. For a few months it seems easy. But then… (more…)