Best 100+ Blog Niche Ideas That Are Guaranteed to Be Popular

Are you thinking about how to start blogging for money? To help you get started without wasting any time, here’s a list of 100+ profitable blog niches to make money. Most people who want to make money online stumble upon the thought of starting a blog. But gradually, when they are getting into it, they are stuck on the very first thing about what blog niche they must choose to write upon. Do you have the same questions as these: What types of blogs make the most money?What are the top blog niches?How do I start a profitable blog to… Continue Reading

How to Make Money Blogging for Beginners (10 Success Stories of Bloggers)

There are thousands of ways to make money online but making money by blogging is one of the most preferred and proven methods to generate income. If you are blogging for money (that you should be—eventually) and have not yet discovered the actual ways to see money coming into your account, then you are in need of some real ways that you can copy and incorporate into your blogging strategy. Have you ever searched on the web for "how to make money online for beginners"? You will most likely end up with some copy-pasted ideas, but the real problem with… Continue Reading

17+ Experts Suggest 3 Blogging Mistakes Bloggers Always Make and How to Fix Them

Blogging is one of those areas that is always “about to die” but never lets go. As my agency profiles in high-scale WordPress projects and WordPress is built on PHP, I’ve spent the past decade listening about the decay of both technologies… And yet, PHP is the most widely used programming language with 79% adoption on the web and 43% of all websites out there are built on WordPress. So, if you keep hearing that blogging is dead… Then it’s probably on the rise! I’ve approached some expert bloggers and asked them to list common blogging mistakes that beginner bloggers… Continue Reading

How to Generate Content Topic Ideas (23 Tips for Headline Inspiration)

One of the most frequent questions I receive when it comes to marketing is: "How do you come up with so many ideas over the past few years across so many channels?" The truth is, I get help—thanks to my team at Growth Shuttle following the processes we’ve established years ago especially on the social front as we maintain an omni-channel approach toward covering a number of segments. In practice, I’ve been blogging for the past 13 years, own nearly a dozen sites in different verticals, co-authored a technical book back in 2008, issued my own Entrepreneurship book, and manage… Continue Reading

Maximizing The Benefits Of Evergreen Content

As a consumer (or a prospect), I don’t respond to sales calls well. Intrusive advertisement is a lot less effective than educational content, answering questions to problems I’m realistically struggling with, and leading me through a journey I find easier to pass through than doing all of the due diligence myself. This is why I’d rather educate and inform and let customers make their own minds. As a result, our sales pipeline has been entirely inbound-farmed for over 5 years now. This includes business for my core company, my consulting business, and two other ventures I’ve been working on. Content… Continue Reading

The Practical Guide to Producing Long-Form Content

My preference goes towards writing comprehensive, long-form articles. My usual blog posts would normally end up between 2,000 and 3,000 words, some resulting in 4,000 - 6,000 in specific cases. However, 90% of the traffic to my own website comes from organic search and about 75–80% of our agency’s traffic is organic as well. Choosing Between Long-Form Content and Short Content So whenever I pick long-form, I care about the following considerations: Long-form content ranks better in GoogleLonger articles provide more valueLong articles allow for introducing more data, stories, statistics, quotesComplex topics require long-form content to cover the main points… Continue Reading

4 Common Mistakes You Must Avoid In Content Repurposing

Repurposing content sparks joy. One of the reasons I canceled most of my training contracts back in the day was the limited impact. Training 20-30 people at a time is great. You can bond with them and work with every single one. But I switched to blogging, conferences, and then content repurposing because I felt locked.  My time is limited. If I have 6 hours for training or coaching a week, I want to MAXIMIZE them. Reach as many folks as possible and help out people who would otherwise not be able to attend (or pay an entry ticket). Here's… Continue Reading

Top 10 Interview Questions When Hiring A Content Marketer

First off, freelance marketplaces are underappreciated. I remember I’ve submitted several jobs for part-time freelance writers on Upwork in 2017 and I received a total of ~20 applications. Most of them were spam and automated bot submissions. I remember that posting the same job 5 years ago would have yielded 60–100 applications, or about 10x what one may expect at the moment. Most people gave up on Upwork while legitimate clients still use it as one of the many channels for finding freelancers (and even full-time employees). Second, most freelancers applying through different channels are lazy. We’ve posted three more… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About Repurposing Content for Social Media

Repurposing content for social media is an important addition to your content marketing strategy. One of the leading marketing influencers Neil Patel discussed why content repurposing is a good idea for driving traffic to your site and how it has worked for many known internet personalities in recent years. Repurposing content becomes more and more important - both in terms of distribution efforts and being effective in other channels. Ways To Repurposing Content Turn your blog post into an infographic.Publish it on Pinterest and Twitter.Connect with bloggers who may be willing to embed it (guest posting).Make a simplified checklist with… Continue Reading

11 Business Strategies for Freelance Writers and Content Firms to Land Clients

A report from Inc.com states that around $3.1 billion is being spent by blue chip businesses for remedial writing training, $2.9 billion of which is spent on current employees and not new hires. This indicates that quality writing and impeccable written content production remains to be highly in demand these days.  By recognizing the importance of this type of content, more and more businesses seek the services of a good freelance writer. However, in spite of the demand, the great number of freelance writers and firms offering content services on the internet seemed to find it hard to land clients.… Continue Reading