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Blogging

How Often Should I Publish A New Blog Post?

Blogging 101: “How Often Should I Publish A New Post?”

One of the big questions new bloggers have is, “How often should I publish a new blog post?”

This post answers that question, and a bunch of other common queries such as, “Should I always publish posts on the same days of the week?” and “Why does it feel like everyone else publishes so many posts compared to me?”

How To Find Great Places To Guest Post

How To Find Great Places To Guest Post

This is a guest post by Annie Chopra, an author and entrepreneur. She specializes in the fields of content creation and marketing and is currently running digital media brand She TheQueen to empower women across the globe. Annie loves to travel, read, and write.

 

Guest posts are incredibly common amongst the writer and blogger community, essentially because of the search engine optimization benefits and networking potential they demonstrate. Additionally, if you are a writer, posts for commercial websites can a great way for you to get an additional income stream as well as more credibility for your work.

Strategically, guest posts can be an exceptional way to promote your own blog or brand and create a network of backlinks. Nonetheless, despite there being so many places to choose from and even though there are many benefits to it, it can be difficult to find the right place for you to guest post, especially if you’re new to blogging.

Why You Should Ignore Google Pagespeed Insights

Why You Should Ignore Google PageSpeed Insights

PageSpeed Insights should have everything going for it. It’s free, it’s made by Google, and it has a simple scoring/color system. But in fact, it’s one of the worst possible options for assessing or improving your website speed, especially if you use WordPress. This post explains why.

How To Keep Track Of Your Blog Finances

How To Keep Track Of Your Blog’s Finances

This is a guest post by Cyrus Vanover, a former accountant who now works as a freelance financial writer. He is also the founder of the personal finance blog, Frugal Budgeter. Based in the mountains of Virginia, he can be found hiking the local trails, listening to 80s music, and reading books on military history in his spare time.
 

If you’re like most, you probably started your blog as a way to earn money. Maybe you did it as a side hustle to supplement the income from your job, or perhaps you were inspired by lofty blog income reports and dreamed of earning enough from your blog to replace the income from your job.