The Problem With Posting On A Schedule

I have a posting schedule. You probably have a posting schedule. Probably every blogger and their mum has a posting schedule. If you’re a total newbie blogger and don’t know what I’m talking about a posting schedule is essentially just a plan where you set out to post consistently on certain days of the week. […]

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A Blogger’s Guide To Domain Authority

Over the last few months I’ve seen more and more bloggers talk about their DA score. Or domain authority. Some of you may be like me and think what the heck is this domain authority? Why should I care about it? Well today I’m going to explain exactly what a DA score is and what […]

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How To Increase Blog Traffic With StumbleUpon

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Over the past few months I’ve been using StumbleUpon to increase the traffic to my blog posts. However StumbleUpon isn’t the easiest website to use so I thought I would share some tips I’ve picked up. WHAT IS STUMBLEUPON From Wikipedia “Stumbleupon is a discovery engine that finds and recommends websites to its users”. Essentially […]

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My Experience With WordAds

If you blog on WordPress.com you may have come across the WordAds program during that time. There are a number of disadvantages to using WordPress.com and the ability to include ads in your blog is one of those disadvantages. WordAds is the only way you can monetise a WordPress.com blog but you need a significant […]

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How To Write A Blog Post

Today I thought I would share my process for writing a blog post. It may sound like a tiny detail, but writing technically good posts really helps your blog to grow. I also have a few tips on how to make your blog posts better. Photos: The first thing I do when starting a new […]

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Moving From WordPress To A Self Hosted Blog

Recently I transferred my blog from WordPress.com to a self hosted WordPress blog. I’ve had a number of questions about this so I thought I would share my some of my thoughts on why I moved from WordPress and the advantages to going self hosted. When I first started blogging in 2013 I chose WordPress […]

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