Target Top Subscribers in 15 Seconds or Less

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Working with segmentation by engagement levels to boost your email marketing to the next step. Top students in school are easy to identify based on grades. Top sales associates are determined by revenue, and top marathoners are tallied by times. But what about top email subscribers?  Email marketing uses metrics such as open rates, clicks, and shares to identify  top subscribers. (Conversion from a subscriber to a customer is another way to determine top performing… Read Entire Story

Keys to Greatness (or Just Getting More Great Stuff Done)

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This week, we have lots of pragmatic advice for you on how to be a happier, more productive person. Because you’re good enough, you’re smart enough, and gosh darn it, this joke has now been permanently rendered un-funny. On Monday, Morgan Dix (he happens to be one of our Certified Content Marketers) revealed what meditation Read More… The post Keys to Greatness (or Just Getting More Great Stuff Done) appeared first Read Entire Story

7 Smart Tips to Become a Connected Blogger

I scanned my list of 126 eBooks this morning. First up? 13 Tips to Make Your Blogger Outreach Campaign Sizzle If you are struggling to get connected with fellow bloggers, wondering why all the guest posting opportunities and features seem to be evading you, buy the eBook. Anyway, I wanted to dissect the first 7 chapters of the eBook to help you make your blogger outreach campaign go. Connected bloggers with loads of … Read Entire Story

How to Use Numbers Effectively in Your Blog Posts

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You’re a blogger, so hopefully you feel confident working with words. But words alone aren’t enough. Even if you haven’t been blogging for long (or are yet to start), you’ve probably noticed numbers coming up a lot in other people’s posts. You often find numbers in post titles such as: How I Made over $500,000 with the Amazon Affiliate Program (ProBlogger) Marketing Doesn’t Have to Be Sleazy: 5 Real-World Examples (Copyblogger) $453… Read Entire Story

Grow Your Sales Using Facebook Lookalike Audiences

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Let’s talk about your ideal subscriber. We’ll call her Sally. She has all the traits of a real top performer when it comes to your mailing lists. She opens nearly every email, clicks your links  regularly, offers feedback when requested, and has even purchased a few of your products. Subscriber Sally is la crème de la crème of your email subscribers. We know what you’re thinking right about now — “Wouldn’t … Read Entire Story

What’s Up, Bloggers! Roundup #13 with Bill Busbice

Continuing our “What’s Up, Bloggers! Roundup” series, in today’s feature we are introducing you to Bill Busbice. Granted, Bill Busbice is what we would refer to as a famous entrepreneur, but we have room for him here at Famous Bloggers, right? So,… <br> Read Entire Story

Academy Pro: A WordPress Theme for Online Courses and Membership Sites

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Introducing Academy Pro … the theme for online course creators, membership site owners, and educational content marketers. Academy Pro is the latest premium theme from StudioPress, designed specifically for people in the business of online content and community. Read on to discover all the features and benefits you get with this theme, and how it Read More… The post Academy Pro: A WordPress Theme for Online Courses and Membership Sites appeared first Read Entire Story

Are You Struggling to Find Clients for Your Blog Coaching Business?

Blog coaching is a lucrative, enjoyable income stream for any aspiring blogger. If you are helping people blog through your blog posts why not offer premium services designed to solve your reader’s problems? This stream is rewarding but challenging to work for most bloggers. Many of us have or had mental blocks concerning our abilities to successfully coach folks. Few bloggers develop the patience to remain detached from attracting clients during cold… Read Entire Story

How to Use Lists Effectively in Your Blog Posts

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I expect you’re already familiar with the ‘list post’. Even if you’ve never written one, you’ll have read plenty – such as Nicole Avery’s recent post on 5 Tips to Help You Consume Content More Productively. Some sites, including List 25, publish nothing but list posts. But lists can be useful in any post. Even if they form only a small part of the post, they can still be a crucial tool in making … Read Entire Story

ProBlogger Guide to Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Bloggers

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Whether you’re celebrating Thanksgiving or not, for many the frenzied sale activity on the weekend following Thanksgiving – from Black Friday to Cyber Monday – does present a great opportunity to take advantage of some incredible deals on things that will be useful to you and your blog.As bloggers it’s a good time to reflect and take stock of 2017, and also to make plans for 2018. Some of these plans may involve changing … Read Entire Story

4 WordPress Formatting Tips to Make Your Posts More Readable

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This post is by ProBlogger Writing Expert Ali Luke You’ve finished your post, and you breathe a sigh of relief. After a quick edit you publish it to your blog, and wait for the comments, tweets, shares, or any sort of feedback. But once again, you get nothing. There may as well be no-one reading it. So what’s the problem? It could be that your writing isn’t as strong as it … Read Entire Story

7 Common Newsletter Problems Solved

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Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at why email newsletters are so important, what your email newsletter might look like, and how to choose the right service for you. So is your newsletter up and running yet? If the answer is “Yes”, is it working as well as you’d like? If not, then read on. I know a lot of bloggers find newsletters a bit daunting. And there are some really common … Read Entire Story