Lots of bloggers are afraid of using popup email forms on their blogs, because they’re convinced that visitors hate seeing them. And if your visitors hate something – they just leave.
“Will this topic be popular or not? Will it make people tick?” – I bet you ask yourself these questions now and then as you’re writing a new article for your blog.
Every blogger wants to publish successful posts that spread across social networks like wildfire, have hundreds of comments and attract dozens of links from other blogs. Many of you already know the tedious process that leads to this kind of success.
But today this process will get just a little bit easier with a brand new tool. Read more…
Most of you, my dear readers, won’t tweet this article.
You just lack motivation for any kind of action, other than reading it.
I know this because I rarely tweet articles myself, even when they’re plain awesome. I’m just too lazy to do that.
But there are certain psychological triggers that you can pull to make your visitors tweet your stuff.
Interested? Read along… Read more…
Hiring writers for your precious blog is a long, tedious and sometimes even stressing process.
I know it, because I did it 3 times already. And along the way I’ve developed a number of shortcuts that saved me tons of time and resulted in hiring some really outstanding guys. Read more…
So how are you going to name your blog? Are you sure people will remember the name? Will they love it? Will they associate it with something positive/valuable? Will they misspel it?
Ok-ok, sorry for playing with your fears. Every intelligent person (and I know you are, because you’re reading this blog) will have a really hard time when it comes to naming something, be it a product, a brand or a website.
In case you’re on the verge of launching a brand new blog, this article is something I encourage you to read.
Wait, wait!.. Let me guess…
99% of your posts don’t get crazy viral.
We’ve all heard that “Content is King” but lately the majority of content that people procuce is more of a “bastard” at best.