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http://www.bloggingtips.com - I’m working on a new project with some of the top bloggers in the world and I would love to hear what some of your favorite questions for them would be. Since most of the top bloggers in the world are extremely busy and hard to get in touch with, if you could ask them one question… what would it be? The questions should be focusing on their blog, business and how they got there, but can also get quite creative and unique. Here are some of the most often asked questions that top bloggers get: Why/How did you first start blogging? How do you get traffic to your blog? How to you make money with your blog? What are your favorite blog tools to use? Name some of your favorite blogs you read daily? Please list your questions for top bloggers in the comments section below and I will .
http://www.bloggingtips.com - Top 10 ways to write an engaging blog post Reader engagement is very important. It is a measure of effective writing. You can’t say your blog is successful if readers don’t like it. Posts that have zero comment, like, or share are worthless. People don’t think they’re relevant, useful, or even remotely entertaining. That would also mean you’ve wasted all the time and energy writing the post. So how do you write an engaging blog post? Here are 10 very easy and useful tips. 1. Write like you’re talking to just one person Readers are most likely to stay focused on something they feel is written specifically for them. It creates exclusivity. It will make them feel special. Wouldn’t you? If someone you follow on Twitter or Facebook sends you a private messa
http://www.bloggingtips.com - If you’re like most of us, sometimes you get stuck. No matter how hard you try you can’t think of what to write that will interest your blogging network. The problem is that we can’t just write about what we want, right? We have to write topics that are geared towards our audience. So, when I’ve hit a dead end, I like to: Look on social media I’m sure that you’ve read lots of advice about how to figure out what went viral and use it in your business. Well, don’t do that. Seriously, stop blogging what everyone else is blogging. Instead, I want you to spin the ideas you see on social media differently than you are currently seeing them. If someone wrote an article titled, The 10 Best of something, go ahead and write, The 10 Worst of the same thing.
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http://www.blogengage.com - Hi everyone and welcome to our community member spotlight. This week our top weekly spotlight goes to Joseph Adediji from Blogging Tips Today. Blogging Tips Today is a multi-author blog which Joseph started to make other bloggers aware of what it takes to earn money online. BTT provides tips on elemental blogging strategies, traffic generation, […]
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http://www.businessbanter.com - Crowdfunding is one of the latest buzzwords, but this new technology is still foreign to a lot of people. I hear the question asked a lot: What is crowdfunding? Crowdfunding is a means for artists, businesses and innovators to raise funds and gauge initial market viability for creative projects or business ventures. In the digital […]
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