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How To Blog In A Crowded Niche Without Getting Lost In The Noise

How To Blog In A Crowded Niche Without Getting Lost In The Noise

You hit publish on your blog post and then you get started on promoting it all over your social media channels. You’re pumped because you know your readers are going to love reading your post on Budget Friendly Tips for Families, and you’re sure they’ll come away with a few new ideas. You jump on […]

4 Ways Freelance Bloggers Can Avoid Clients From Hell

4 Ways Freelance Bloggers Can Avoid Clients from Hell

Have you ever checked out the website Clients From Hell? If not, please do it now. I’ll wait. And you can thank me later. … If you’re a freelance blogger or you offer some other freelance service online, you probably already have a few of your own stories about clients from hell, don’t you? I’ve been a full-time […]

How To Launch Your Own Facebook Group And Get Loyal Fans

How Launch Your Own Facebook Group And Get Loyal Fans

Facebook groups are powerful. They’re a perfect place to start real conversations about things that matter to you. And because your audience members are already on Facebook (Facebook addiction is a real thing, people), they are far more likely to engage with you and your brand in Facebook groups than they are on your blog. […]

10 Best Social Sharing Plugins For WordPress In 2016

Best WordPress Social Sharing Plugins

Note: I’ve updated this post as of 11/06/2016, ready to help you in 2016 and beyond. Finding a decent social sharing plugin for WordPress is more difficult than it should be. Crazy isn’t it? There are thousands of plugins in the WordPress repository yet I’ve found myself switching plugins far too often. It shouldn’t be […]

The Blogger’s Guide To Preventing Information Overload

The Blogger's Guide To Preventing Information Overload

When trying learn a new skill or application, do you get frustrated with “TMOI” (Too Much Online Information)? TMOI can lead you straight to burnout and derail your learning efforts. But you can prevent learning burnout by using a technique that academic establishments have been using for centuries. A learning curriculum or learning plan. It […]

Guest Blogging Strategy: How To Knock Your Next Guest Post Out Of The Park

Guest Blogging Strategy Smart Tips To Double Your Exposure

Have you ever put everything you had into writing guest posts, only for them to fall flat? You look at your analytics and wait for the hordes of visitors to arrive. Weeks later, and your guest blogging efforts have failed to gain any traction. Does this sound familiar? The problem with guest blogging is that […]

4 Editorial Process Tips For The Budding Solopreneur

Editorial Process Tips For The Budding Solopreneur

Have you just started your online business? Excited at the thought of reaching new people and expanding your brand? With any new business, you soon learn that it can take a lot of time and effort to make sure it’s successful right out of the gate. There are many moving parts to a business and […]

How To Avoid Getting Burned When Outsourcing To Freelancers

How To Avoid Getting Burned When Outsourcing To Freelancers

Let’s face it… We all want to grow and scale our online businesses, right? If your goal is to build your blog, monetize it, and live a lifestyle of complete freedom — one that doesn’t require you to be glued to your laptop 24 hours a day — you will, at some point, have to outsource a portion of […]

Guest Blogging Case Study: 5 Big Lessons From Writing 43 Guest Posts In 3 Months

Guest Blogging Case Study: 5 Lessons Learned From 43 Guest Blog Posts And 12324 Social Shares

I’m strange. (I actually prefer the word weird but I guess they have similar meanings). Strange people do strange things… Which is probably why I attempted (and failed, I managed just 43) to write 50 high-quality guest posts in 3 months. But why? To generate opt-ins for my personal Marketing Messenger Weekly Newsletter? To build […]

4 Key Challenges All Solopreneurs Face And How To Overcome Them

Key Challenges All Solopreneurs Face And How To Overcome Them

Note: this post was originally published on Purcus.com, we have now moved it to it’s new home here on Blogging Wizard. If there’s one thing we all need to be grateful for, it’s the internet. Let’s go back in time a few decades, shall we? If you wanted to start your own business back in 1985 — the […]