Tag Archives | Blogging for authors

Comment Etiquette: Are You A Blog Hog?

Guidelines that govern appropriate behavior exist for just about everything we do, from table manners to writing thank-you notes, and guess what? Written replies, a.k.a “comments,” left for the authors of articles published in the blogosphere, are no exception. I’ve shared a few industry-standard guidelines below, but first, let’s review why commenting is a good […]

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The WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin

I’m thrilled to welcome book reviewer and blogger Casee Marie, who is here to tell us all about how to use the WordPress Editorial Calendar plugin! First of all, a big thanks to Molly for the opportunity to appear on her fabulous blog! In reading her book Blog It! I found myself being educated on some points […]

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Two Tips To Boost Your Blog’s Success

Posting good, evergreen content that educates, entertains, and/or inspires your target audience is the core of a successful blog – but great content that takes agonizing hours to write and doesn’t keep readers on the page is a waste of your time and theirs. Here are a couple of tricks that will help you write […]

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Should You Move Blog Subscribers To MailChimp?

My guests and I have blogged in the past about the benefits of using MailChimp to send a regular newsletter, but here’s another idea to consider: I recently moved my entire blog subscriber list to MailChimp and I’m glad I did. Before MailChimp, I depended on the multi-talented WordPress plugin JetPack to manage adds and […]

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