Video: This LinkedIn Group Helps Bloggers With Questions Find Answers! See The 60 Second Blog Report for Details

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THE LinkedIn Group for Bloggers Now Has Hundreds of Members

With close to 500 members now, the Leading Bloggers LinkedIn group is becoming a hot destination where bloggers and aspiring bloggers meet on LinkedIn by the hundreds to ask questions and get answers.

Everyone who contributes to this LinkedIn group should be proud of what you’re doing, just being yourself and offering advice to others who have questions. It really is that simple.

Next week, I’d like to give a free blog coaching session to someone who is a top contributor in the group. The winner will be announced this Friday, February 20th.

If you haven’t joined yet, you still can. Jump in and the more you contribute, the greater chance you have to win the free blog coaching session with me.

Check out the video and I’ll see you on LinkedIn!

Matthew

Best LinkedIn Group for Bloggers – Video: The 60 Second Blog Report

 

Okay, so I am a little biased here…I really do think this LinkedIn Group for Bloggers is spectacular because of the atmosphere it maintains.

Friendly. Open. No spam bombing in the Discussion feed. No question considered silly.

Get the full scoop with this video on where you can rub shoulders with many other bloggers in THIS special LinkedIn group.

Demian Farnworth of Copyblogger Media Shares His Blogging Secrets in this Power Lunch Video Interview with Matthew

Demian Farnworth Reveals His Writing Process and Blogging Strategies

Check out this video interview: Matthew sits down with Demian Farnworth of Copyblogger Media to discuss his tips and strategies to successful blogging.

Check out Demian’s work at Copyblogger and The Copybot.

What questions do you WISH I had asked Demian? If you could ask Demian anything about blogging, what would it be? Let me know in the comments and I’ll make sure he gets your questions. Continue reading…

SEO Title vs H1 Title; If They Fought in a Boxing Match, Who Wins?

Remember when Rocky and Apollo Creed became friends?

They started out butting heads, battling for the heavyweight title, and eventually evolved into buddies who respected one another.

That’s how you need to see these two important blog post titles I’m about to cover.

In the past, the SEO title and the H1 title struggled for supremacy in the blogging ring… But that’s ancient history.

In 2015, they work as a tag team to bring attention to your blog.

Today, you need both titles in your corner. To get the SEO title and h1 title fighting for you requires some basic knowledge about each one.

So let me introduce each “title fighter” here.  And if you’re still curious which title would win in a fight, I declare a winner at the end of this post. Continue reading…

What Keyword Research Tools Do Professional Bloggers’ Recommend in 2015?

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Last time, we talked about using the Google Keyword Planner to find the right keywords for your blog

Google’s keyword planner tool has become an addiction for me. I do enjoy using it. The thing is, there are many other keyword research tools out there to use–many of them free, like Google’s Keyword Planner.

Instead of just doing a search on keyword research tools, I thought it would be fun and informative to reach out and ask some experienced, seasoned bloggers what their favorite keyword research tools are and why. Here’s what some of my fellow bloggers’ told me when asked this question…all of them are blog stars and people I respect in the blogosphere. Continue reading…

Why Google+ Is Better Than Facebook for My Blog

Why Google+ Is Better Than Facebook for My Blog

It seems that every few months, Facebook further refines its algorithms to favor paid advertisements. And try as we might to maintain the level of engagement our fan pages once received, it is next to impossible. Without a doubt, Google+ is better than Facebook for my blog.

And if you’ll indulge me, I’ll tell you why and share a few of my best practices. Continue reading…

How to Do Keyword Research in 2017 – Lesson 2

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Picture your ideal reader sitting at their computer, ready to search for your blog niche…will they find you?

This is the moment of truth.

Google is beckoning them with her red and yellow eyes to type in some words–a phrase that allows her to do what she’s made to do…

What do you think your prospective blog reader is going to type?

Whatever that correct answer is for your blog, this is where you want to end up when it comes to keywords.

Your keywords can and should help people using Google find your website. That’s why you must learn how to do keyword research. Continue reading…