Google Plus vs. Facebook: Weighing up the Pros and Cons [Guest Post]

This is a guest post from Jon Mowat. Whether you’re building a business or promoting your blog, it’s difficult to ignore the huge influence social media can have. Facebook is still the most popular social network by far, but it may surprise you to find out that it’s not Twitter but Google Plus that comes […]

What Makes YOU Decide to Read a Blog Regularly?

If you read DailyBlogTips, it’s a safe bet that you read some other blogs too. What makes you decide to add a blog to your RSS reader (or to subscribe by email)? Which blogs do you find yourself going back to again and again? As you’re browsing the web, you probably come across new blogs […]

Four Tell-Tale Signs of an Amateur Blog (Are You Avoiding These?)

Does your blog make an instantly good impression on visitors? Or do they get the impression, within seconds, that you’re an amateur? While there’s nothing wrong with being a hobbyist blogger, you probably want to be taken seriously (even if you’re not trying to make money blogging). We all make snap judgements, though, and if […]

Jargon Busters #3: Understanding (and Installing) WordPress

Even if you haven’t started your blog yet, you’ve probably heard of WordPress. You might not be too sure exactly what it is, though, whether you need it, or how best to get it. In this post, I’ll be demystifying WordPress, and explaining how to use it for your blog. If you missed them, you […]

Jargon Busters #2: Understanding Web Hosting

Welcome to the second part of our jargon-busting series. If you missed the first part, which deals with Domain Names, you can find it here. Having a domain name is a great start … but it’s not the only thing you need in order to get your website online. Your site needs to be “hosted” […]

Jargon-Busters #1: Understanding Domain Names

When you’re new to blogging, there are a lot of technical terms to get your head around. In fact, before you even get your blog online, you’ll have to understand three big ones: “Domain names” “Web hosting” “Installing WordPress” If you feel a bit confused about what those mean, don’t panic. I’m going to explain […]

How to Comment on Blogs the Right Way: The Five Steps You Need to Follow

Are you commenting on other people’s blogs to grow your own readership? This is often a good strategy when your blog is brand new – and it’s a great way to start building relationships in your niche. Too many bloggers, though, go about commenting the wrong way. If you leave comments that don’t say much […]

Five Nifty WordPress Features You (Almost Certainly) Didn’t Know About

Even though I’ve been using WordPress for close to seven years, I still occasionally come across features that I didn’t know about … or had forgotten about. Whether you’re new to WordPress or an old hand, these are some little-known features you’ve probably not yet tried. (And if you have? Congratulate yourself on being well […]

Blog Post Introductions: 5 Baited Hooks to Reel in Your Readers [Guest Post]

This is a guest post from David Masters. Your blog readers have the attention span of a goldfish. No, really. A third of people browsing the web will abandon a web page in under five seconds if it’s still loading. And research shows that attention spans are now as short as nine seconds – the same as […]

Don’t Miss Out: Read Our Ten Top Posts from May and June 2014

We’ve published some great posts over the past couple of months on DailyBlogTips … … did you catch them all? I’ve rounded up ten of the best for you, and I’d love to hear which is your favourite post of the past couple of months (it doesn’t need to be on this list). Just leave […]

What Four Bloggers Wish They’d Known When They Started Blogging

Last week, I asked you, “What do you wish you’d known about blogging when you started?” Many thanks to all those who left a comment telling us — I’ve rounded up some of the best here. (I couldn’t use all the comments, so do check out the original post to see some more.) One common […]

Three Steps to Be a Smarter Blogger … And Cut Your Workload in Half

Becoming a successful blogger takes time … … but maybe not as much time as you think. If you’re spending hours and hours every week working on your blog, and not getting much traffic or many new subscribers as a result, it’s time to start working smart instead of hard. And in case you think […]

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