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7 Ways to Start Building an Audience for Your New Blog

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It’s a problem every new blogger faces, and it can seem insurmountable. How do you build an audience when no-one knows who you are? There’s plenty of good advice out there (so much that it might seem a bit overwhelming). So in today’s post I’m sharing seven straightforward but effective ...more

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258: How My Table Tennis Blog Helped Me Quit My Job

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How a Table Tennis Blog Allowed This Blogger to Quit His Job This is the third episode in our Blogging Breakthroughs series, which features bloggers’ stories about breakthroughs in traffic, income, mindset and other aspects of blogging. Today we hear from Tom Lodziak, who has the Table Tennis Coaching blog. ...more

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Optimizing Web Forms: How one company generated 226% more leads from a complex web form (without significantly reducing fields)

Web forms often cause mental and physical friction. Most optimization strategies focus on reducing friction to increase conversion, but could there be a different approach?

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How Long Should Your Blog Post Be?

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Today’s post is by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke When I started blogging in 2008, there was a (roughly) agreed-on standard for blog posts: you should post around 500 words every weekday. Now that I look back on that, it seems pretty silly. Some topics can be adequately covered in ...more

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The Retirement Saving Section 199A Deduction Connection

Someone recently asked me a really good Section 199A question: Does a pension fund contribution such as to a SEP-IRA or 401(k) plan lower one’s qualified business income deduction. The qualified business income deduction, also known as the Section 199A deduction, gives business owners and some real estate investors an extra bonus deduction equal to potentially […]

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257: 3 Writing Tips That Helped Kelly Grow Her Readership by 500%

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How One Blogger Grew Her Readership by 500% with Help from Three Practical Writing Tips In this episode we continue our Blogging Breakthroughs series, this time with a story from my friend Kelly Exeter. Kelly is a regular speaker at our events, has contributed ProBlogger content as a guest writer, ...more

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Top Tips for a Clean and Healthy Blog Email List

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At ProBlogger, we talk a lot about the value and importance of using an email strategy to drive traffic to, and make money from, your blog. But if you don’t keep your email subscriber list clean, it can negatively affect your blogging business. By a clean list, I mean making ...more

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Pricing Small Business Services Profitably

A weird coincidence: Over the last week, I’ve run into two friends (not clients) who told me they aren’t pricing small business services profitably. One friend runs a successful professional service firm generating nearly $2 million a year in revenue. The other started a micro business a while back and now generates about $50,000 in […]

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256: How One Blogger Landed a Book Deal That Launched Her Career

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How a Book Deal Launched the Career of a Blogger We’re kicking off our Blogging Breakthroughs series, where a variety of bloggers share their stories of breakthroughs they’ve experienced over the years with their blogs. We received submissions from numerous bloggers. And today I want to introduce you to Andrea ...more

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A/B Testing Prioritization: The surprising ROI impact of test order

It’s not enough to run the right tests, you will get a higher ROI if you run them in the right order. Let’s look at a few example scenarios.

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