How To Be the Kind of Blogger That’s Drowning in Comments

How can you maximize comment participation on your blog? Start by asking yourself why do YOU leave a comment on a blog? Perhaps the blogger told a story from his point of view and yours is different, complimentary or a mixture of both. Regardless of why, you ended up commenting on a post because it […]

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First Page Google Ranking Tips That Work 60% Of The Time, Every Time!

Over the past few years, I must have figured something out as one of the more successful aspects of my blog have been around search results. I wish I could take credit for being some sort of search mastermind, but the reality is it’s been quite a bit of trial and error. Dino emailed me […]

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Two Important Lessons Your Business Can Learn From a Failed MetroPCS Marketing Campaign

On RT 46 near my house in New Jersey, there’s a MetroPCS billboard pictured above. Whenever I drive to my office (aka Starbucks) I’m confronted with this distinctly off-code piece of advertising. It bothers me that there was an entire advertising team working on delivering this message to the masses and no one noticed how […]

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How To Land A Guest Post On Any Blog GUARANTEED!

How to get your name on the blog of your choice is a topic much discussed already. But instead of speaking in abstracts, my focus in this post will be speckled with my own personal examples and past guest-posting histories. It’s much easier than you think to get on any blog if you follow these […]

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3 Masters Every Blogger Must Be a Slave To

1. What is your favorite new blog? The reason you want to know the answer to this question is because a new blog has broken through the noise and captivated your attention. Why? What secret -or not so secret- souse is the blogger using to make you stand up and take notice? How can you […]

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Google Has Self Transcended

A psychologist named Abraham Maslow devised a 6 step-pyramid now commonly referred to as Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs that fits all people in everything we do. The basic premise is that humans are driven to meet certain needs. When we are homeless, hungry, drowning, choking, etc. we are not thinking about lofty ideas like helping […]

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3 Ways in Which Meditative Practices Can Help You Grow Your Business

What is meditation? From the outside looking in, meditation is a practice of sitting in silence. Your silence, not the silence of others. Accomplishing this provides you with loads of patience, dedication and focus. From the inside looking in, meditation is about observing one’s mind and one’s thoughts. Its NOT about letting go, its not […]

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The Next Big Thing in Blogging is YOU!

For a couple of months now, I’ve featured many up and coming (and some well established) bloggers here on DIYB. And there are two reasons for that. First, I’ve been crazy busy with Triberr. While Triberr has given me an amazing reach (over half a million Twitter followers via my tribes), it has left me […]

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