Blogging Tips & Business Tips

This is a guest post by Jesse Langley for

Blogging is viewed as one of the simplest activities to do on the web. Anyone can blog. Blogs are free to make; there are plenty of free hosting sites where many bloggers go to start writing. Yes anyone can blog, however not everyone should.

There are many blogs out there that are just hard to read. The content, itself, isn’t physically appealing. The structure doesn’t conform to any known writing structure and often the spelling is atrocious. This isn’t typical of all blogs, but you have to wade through a lot of garbage before you find any gems.

If you want to avoid your blog becoming internet garbage, there are a couple of ways to improve it to make it more legitimate.

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This is a guest post by Brandon Connell from

If you are reading this post, it means that you are seriously curious about what I have to say, and want to find a few magic bullets to make money blogging. It’s good you are here then, because I am going to give you some gems to make your blog a huge success.

The secret to blogging success is building up your RSS subscribers list. That should be your ultimate goal, but not the immediate need that will make you money right now. It is however, what I am going to focus on in this article. Long-term cashflow should be your end-goal if you are blogging for income.

Before I release my secrets to you, let me volunteer that I am sitting here writing this while friends and family are out swimming in 100 degree weather. Not that I’m hurting in ice-cold air conditioning or anything… But the fact is that blogging takes work.

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This is a guest post by Robert Bellarmine from

Do you know that there are some changes that you will need to make to your blog before starting your guest blogging campaign?

Indeed there are many benefits that are associated with guest blogging but unfortunately not all webmasters are making the most of this activity.

In order to help you learn more on this topic I have written this short article and I hope that it will be useful for you.

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This is a guest post by Sean Platt from

Are you an efficient blogger?

Even if you are, you could probably stand to improve.

Blogging is fun, at least at first. But soon enough it can turn into a grind. Like any job, the daily tasks grow tedious and you find yourself searching for ways to escape the endless cycles of boredom.

But you can’t give it up. A blog is one of the sharpest tools in the modern writers toolbox. You must get so good at blogging that the daily maintenance becomes barely an afterthought.

Fortunately, it’s possible. And once you get good at it, it even gets easy.

The key is in having some go-to content that’s easy to produce, yet highly relevant to your reader. If it feels like work, or seems like a struggle, you’re more likely to fight it and you won’t be as effective.

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This is a guest post by Steven from

Offline companies spend millions each year perfecting the packaging of their products, because they realize the color schemes and the outward design of the packaging can affect the products bottom-line.

Visual stimuli can attract an individual to a particular product or it can have the exact opposite affect if the stimuli isn’t appealing to the eye.

These facts are critical to bloggers and webmasters because the visual appeal of your blog can affect how a visitor responds to your website. A poorly designed blog can have a repellent affect which will cause visitors to hit the back button. This will inevitably lead to a higher bounce rate and recent signals suggest that Google is taking a sites bounce rate into consideration when ranking a site or webpage.

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