The goals that you set each day when blogging requires the use of various productivity tools. If you are spending a lot of time at your computer or on your iPhone, then you need a way to easily access all of your data and research. Online tools provide you a way to organize your thoughts and save information you may want to add to your blog. Read More
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I donâ€™t know if you ever thought about it but the most potent factor in any business is time. Â No matter what your field of endeavor, it takes time to do the tasks associated with making it a success. Since time comes in the same quantity to everyone, how you utilize your time is of the utmost importance in growing a business or building a satisfying life.
In blogging or any other business, productive time equals success whereas wasted time equals lost revenue. Â But you must find a balance between doing the work necessary to build a business and still have time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Â If you spend all your time building your business so you will have the resources to enjoy life, what have you accomplished if you donâ€™t have time left to enjoy it? Â
So with that in mind, this article is written to share some tools of the trade which will help you be a more successful blogger by organizing your work time so you achieve more in less time. Read More
Are you a new blogger looking to find the perfect tools to keep in your blogging toolbox? Or maybe youâ€™re a seasoned blogging professional just looking to see if thereâ€™s anything you have missed. If so, then this post is for you.
Evernote is basically an online notepad â€“ it allows you to, as you may have guessed make notes. Donâ€™t be fooled into thinking thatâ€™s it though â€“ the beauty of Evernote means that you can use it anywhere as everything is synchronised online. Meaning you can make notes on your iPhone, and when you log onto your laptop â€“ theyâ€™re right there for you to read or add to. Itâ€™s a great tool for idea generation. The fact its ultra compatible with practically any device you can think of means it’s a must have in the toolbox.
Google Keyword Tool and Insights for Search
The google keyword tool Google Keyword Tool and Google insights for search are must have tools for any blogger – they allow you to spot ideas – and make sure you write content that’s going to attract traffic. Have a hunch that searches for “Google Places Optimisation” are on the rise – check it in google insights, then have a look in the keyword tool and see what other related searches are around. Then get writing! Read More
I use a lot of free and paid tools to help me as a blogger, and today I’m going to share 10 of the free blogging tools I can’t live without.Â I had a hard time narrowing this list down to just 10 tools, but I think the following offers a diverse group of tools that every blogger should try.
Of course, I also can’t live without Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and many, many more free tools, but the list below includes a more diverse selection than just the most well-known and expected tools that you’d normally find in this type of list.Â Note that this list is in no particular order.
So without further ado, here they are — 10 free blogging tools I can’t live without (or at least, that I don’t want to live without): Read More
Although somewhat introverted, bloggers, for the most part, are an affable bunch.Â But if you want to watch their eyes bulge as their foreheads pulsate with rage, then steal their content.Â It gets them mad, and oh, is it personal!
When I discovered some jackass posing as the author of dozens of my blog posts, I almost lost my cool.Â With the criminalâ€™s phone number and address in my hand thanks to a WHOis record search, I hopped in the car, ready to take the half-day drive to confront the thief.
Thankfully cooler heads prevailed.Â As difficult as it was, I had to face the fact that I had no choice but to let it go.Â I did, however, make a commitment to myself that I would never let a content thief violate me again.Â Here are some tools that have helped. Read More
We all know it now, Facebook’s the new Myspace and Google all in one. There’s no way to escape it anymore. I have been sceptical about Facebook for years, especially because of privacy issues and occasionally strange changes to the ToS, but there’s no way round anymore. If you have a blog, your blog should be on Facebook.
No matter whether you like the platform or not. It’s a major traffic boost and recently even became the first social network users will check to discover breaking news.
I will continue to argue that not all content does as well on Facebook but you should at least have a Facebook page for your blog. The proof’s in the pudding.
Facebook often can drive more traffic to your site, on the awesome ForeverGeek Facebook has replaced Twitter as second traffic referrer after StumbleUpon (and Google of course).
SEO benefits of Facebook pages are rather minimal because outgoing links are
nofollow. But a quick Google search for bloggingpro explains why you should get your Facebook fan page. Similar results are seen for all our main blogs.
RSS Graffiti: Automated Smart Feed Import To Your Facebook Page
For a long time the main issue when deciding whether to use Facebook, and how to use your page, turned around what’s the best way to automate the import of my content to my page?. The Facebook RSS importer is a national disaster, Networked Blogs was an option, albeit a poor one. Read More