This week, we focused on blogging. If you like the idea of a four-hour work week, blogging is for you. Not only can it be more profitable than other forms of writing, it’s also huge fun.
Here’s what we covered this week.
I started blogging in 2000. Over the past 13 years, it’s changed my life. It can change your life too. Here are my top five tips.
Your blog can be a business, and a career. Students have been nagging me to create an “all in one” blogging program for months. It’s finally ready, and you can find it here, at Blogging Maestro.
Most bloggers totally miss the easiest blogging gigs of all – discover how to make local blogging your playground. (Before other writers do.)
No time to blog? What if it was super-fast? It can be.
There are endless ways to find content ideas. Here are my favorite methods.
Want to sell more copies of your book? You’ve got to get readers. Blogging helps you to do that – before your book’s published. Let’s look at three no-hassle ways you can blog your book in the shortest possible time.
“Guest blogging” basically means writing an article for a blog for the SEO opportunity – for a link to somewhere or other. The hope is that the website to which you link from a guest post will get a boost in the rankings. Most writers fail to make the most of guest blogging – discover three secrets.
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