7 Tips for Writing Better Instructional Content

The better you convey information to your readers, the more chance you’ll have of attracting new readers as well as retaining your existing audience. When it comes to instructional content, which entails teaching a lesson or providing a tutorial, this is of particular importance. You need to become an effective teacher when you write this […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 2 Comments

3 Tips to Outsource Like a Boss

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. I am guessing you want your website or online business to go far, right? If that is the case, you need to start bringing more people in and stop doing everything yourself. At this point you might be thinking: […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 2 Comments

The Difference between Inspiration and Plagiarism

Plagiarism has become one of the biggest problems in the sphere of modern writing. Many of you would agree that we are not able to reinvent the wheel. We live in the society and surrounded by other people and their works. Without any doubts, all this influences on us. When writing something, we certainly use […]

Read More
  • Guest Author on
  • 1 Comments

5 Tools All Marketers Should be Using for a More Engaging Blog

Do you have a roadmap in place for developing high-quality blogs? Do you know which writing styles resonate with your audience? What about which topics they love and how to approach them most efficiently? Do you know which blog development tools are at your disposal? Using blogging tools correctly is one of the most efficient […]

Read More
  • Dave Molnar on
  • 3 Comments

How to Find Sites Accepting Guest Blog Posts

Guest blogging or guest posting involves one person writing a post for the blog or website of another person. As it turns out, this is a very efficient promotion technique, pretty much for everyone involved. The hosting site gets a free and usually high-quality piece of content. The guest blogger gets the possibility to reach […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 0 Comments

Book Review: Wealth Management 2.0

Pretty much every week I receive requests to review books (both paper and digital). I rarely do so, however, because either the topic is not relevant to our readers, or because the quality is not that great. A couple of weeks ago Andrei Polgar (owner of DomaningTips.com and other online businesses) got in touch, saying […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 0 Comments

4 Essential Branding Tips for Bloggers

Have you ever thought about your blog as a brand? Well, I think you should. You don’t need to brand it only if you use it as some diary and is a private website. Besides that, you should really pay attention to it, because branding can help you grow and expand your blog’s reach. You […]

Read More
  • Guest Author on
  • 0 Comments

How to Stay Motivated When Blogging Isn’t Easy

No matter what you’ve heard before, making a living blogging isn’t easy. Despite what some YouTube guru may tell you, it takes years of hard work before you can ever enjoy enough of an income to live comfortably. In fact, some never see any success at all. With that being said, you must find ways […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 0 Comments

Where the Action Is: Foregrounding Your Site’s Best Content

How do you organize your website? If you’re like many bloggers, you might have a landing page with a series of orderly category links, or maybe your home page just links to clips of the most recent posts in chronological order. Both of these structures are very popular, but they aren’t necessarily the smartest ways […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 0 Comments

How to Use a Blog to Sell Your Products Online

If you’ve ever thought about making money online, then you might have considered starting a blog or setting up your own eCommerce store. You don’t have to choose one or the other. They can both work hand-in-hand to help you make money online. Here’s a brief overview of how a blog can help you sell […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 6 Comments

Is it True That Long-Form Blog Posts Perform Better?

As a blogger, you spend an enormous amount of time creating content. And you want that content to succeed, right? If you’re like most bloggers, though, it’s possible that you’ve fallen into a “comfort zone” where you’re consistently publishing content of a particular length. And if this length is shorter than about 2,000 words, you […]

Read More
  • Dave Molnar on
  • 11 Comments

3 Things to Know Before Getting into Ecommerce

You might think that since most of the hard stuff is complete — initial funding, cash flow and inventory management— that you are prepared to open up an online retail business. There might even be some semblance of a budding marketing plan to drive traffic to your neck of the World Wide Web. While ecommerce […]

Read More
  • Mark Zeni on
  • 4 Comments