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Even though I don’t usually accept guest posts, and I get asked by a lot of people if they can do a guest post on this blog, I’ve made an exception for this one. Why? Because it wasn’t your typical post about SEO, keyword research or blogging tips and tricks. Nope, it was all about the importance of language when it comes to blogging. I touched on this subject a couple of years ago when asked the question, Do Yo KNow Your Niche’s Language.So, when Christian approached me with this particular post I decided to make an exception. I accepted it because I felt it covered a very important subject, one that I feel is somewhat lacking online. So, without further ado I give you…. How to Blog for International Audiences Want to grow your blog readership? Then listen up. There’s a whole world of potential readers for you out…

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I don’t have many guest posters, one because not many ask and two a lot of those who do just don’t submit a post that I think is worth of my readers. Today however I’m more than happy to present to you this guest post by Charles Mburugu who more than fulfilled all the requirements for submitting a guest post. I’m sure that you’ll enjoy his tips for choosing the best business website builder. Many business owners don’t have the time to look through the many website building programs to identify the one which is appropriate for their style of business. Even for business owners with technological know-how, this can be a very confusing and complicated area of technology. The vital thing to remember when you are looking for the best business website builder is to be aware of what you expect your website to accomplish. Financial Impact This is…

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Blogging, Jogging And Sex

I don’t have a lot of guest posts on this blog, mainly because I believe people come here to read my posts not those written by someone else. Even so I notice that some of these ProBlogger’s guest posts far outweigh their own and I just can’t understand why they would do that unless they’re running out of things to say? Anyway, this post is a guest post written by S Srinivasan, who I think used a sexual theme as he knew  anything to do with sex would appeal to my natural instincts.   Why should you, as a blogger, bother about it – I mean sex and stuff like that. I am serious when I ask this question because blogging may actually reduce your capacity to have great sex. I never thought about it till I read an article on the subject. This got me thinking and here is…

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Leveraging Everything Your Blog Has

Guest posts are a very important marketing tool. For the person doing the guest post it allows them to extend their brand or expertise to other blogs, blogs that have a different readership thereby expanding their exposure. To the person hosting the guest post it allows them to offer a subject or topic that they may not have an enough expertise or are not comfortable writing themselves. In essence it’s a win win situation for all. I hope you like this guest post by Melvin of   MelvinBlog.com You have probably heard that a blog is a very good asset. In fact, it’s really true. Most people are so caught up with the money they can make from a blog directly that they forgot their blog is more than just that. Just from my experience, blogging has done a lot of nice things to me like getting to conferences and…

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The Importance of Readers

This is a guest post by James of The Infopreneur, and I’d be very surprised if you haven’t come across him yet. Although he is relatively new to blogging he’s hit the blogosphere with both feet running and barely a stumble. If you haven’t been over to his blog yet, perhaps it’s time you did. In this guest post James discusses something that I have always held dear to my blogging heart, those people who take the time to read my blog and especially those who go above and beyond by sharing their thoughts and feelings by leaving a comment. But enough about me. You’re here to read what James has to say. The Importance of Readers The readers or customers of a website are it’s blood, the life of a site. You are the heart and soul, but without your readers you are nothing. You don’t have to sacrifice…

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As much as I would love to tell you guys how you should keep up with the latest web designs and on the importance of CSS for maintaining those good web designs, you all know that there is no way I could pull off such a post. Heck, if I knew that much about CSS and PHP I wouldn’t need to rely on a theme such as FlexSqueeze that does almost everything for me. Naturally, if you’re going to display any sort of theme, CSS or otherwise, you need to find a web hosting solution. Still, being as how it is so important I was lucky enough to have been offered a guest post by Mary Ward who just happens to be a freelance author who writes about design job topics, such as how to choose among web design colleges, artist career tips, and more. Yeah, I know I’m waffling…

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Marketing Your Business Via The Web – Guest Post

I have always said that blogging was a great way to build up relationships, especially if you take the time to comment on blogs that you happen to visit, it’s sort of like saying ‘hello’ to someone you pass on the street. Something that very few of us do. I know I get a brief shocked expression when I give a cheery ‘good morning’ to a passer by but it usually changes to a bright smile and a reply from the recipient. Anyway it was through my interaction with bloggers that I met Mitch, a very intelligent blogger from America. Mitch had asked me to do a guest post for him and I was more than happy to to whip one up for him. I then thought how great it would be to have a person of his capabilities do one for me and so I tentatively sent out the…

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