The ideal length for a blog post | BloggingBistro.com

The Ideal Length for a Blog Post

In my previous post, we discussed How often you “should” blog.

Today, we look at the ever-evolving “perfect” length for a blog post. You’ll learn three benefits of writing long-form posts, and will get three tips for writing your first mega post.

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How often should you blog? Really? | BloggingBistro.com

How often SHOULD you blog? Really?

When you blog 16 or more times per month, your traffic is going to increase exponentially. But is blogging that often realistic? Or even doable for a solopreneur?

I’ve been blogging steadily since 2003. In this article, I’ll share the evolution of my own thinking about this question.

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27 Articles to Help You Use Instagram Like a Pro | BloggingBistro.com

27 Articles to Help You Use Instagram Like a Pro

How can you use Instagram to grow your brand? Do you need a business profile? How can you get the most out of Stories? What are the best apps for editing photos and videos and for scheduling posts and Stories? I curated 27 great articles and tutorials that’ll help you use Instagram like a pro. Get a free printable of the whole thing!

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The Difference Between a Webinar and an Online Course | BloggingBistro.com

The Difference Between a Webinar and an Online Course

Most people aren’t sure about the differences between a webinar and an online course. This article clears things up!

Plus, get a FREE printable cheatsheet that outlines the differences and includes helpful links.

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GDPR-Compliant Privacy Policy and Other Legal forms for your Website | BloggingBistro.com

I Discovered an Awesome GDPR-Compliant Privacy Policy

After scouring the Internet for a GDPR-compliant Privacy Policy for my website, I found an easy-to-customize template created by a lawyer, plus templates for Terms of Use and Disclaimer. Highly recommend!

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5 Important Twitter Tips for Authors | BloggingBistro.com

5 Important Twitter Tips for Authors

You’ve abandoned Twitter because you’ve heard it’s dead.

Turns out, Twitter is very much alive, particularly for those in the writing community. It’s a great place to network with writing peeps and grow your platform. In this guest post, Robyn Roste shares the five most important things to pay attention to on Twitter if you want to connect with agents, editors, publishers, publications, authors, and freelance writers.

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5 Hidden Costs of Blogging | BloggingBistro.com

5 Hidden Costs of Blogging

Blogging is an amazing tool when starting a new endeavor or building your business. But blogging isn’t as easy as opening a Google Doc and typing away. When preparing a long-term blogging plan, you need to be aware of potential hidden costs. Here are five key costs to plan for.

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Why and How to Measure Your Social Media ROI | BloggingBistro.com

Why and How to Measure Your Social Media ROI: Useful Tips and Tricks

Measuring your social media ROI (return on investment) when you’re not sure what metrics to focus on can be challenging. Our guest columnist, Lilach Bullock, unravels the mystery and provides loads of practical, doable, step-by-step tips. Get ready to measure your social media results!

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My Surprising Journey from Blogger to Author | BloggingBistro.com

My Surprising Journey from Blogger to Author (Guest Column)

It often takes years of effort to be “in the right place at the right time.”

Today’s guest columnist, Susie Crosby, learned that as she diligently pitched her book idea at writers’ conferences and blogged her way to a book contract, one word at a time.

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Why You Can’t Ignore the GDPR Privacy Law, Even if You’re Not in the EU | BloggingBistro.com

Why You Can’t Ignore the GDPR Privacy Law, Even if You’re Not in the EU

We need to pay close attention to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into force May 25, 2018.

In this video and article, Laura outlines 4 action steps all of us (including those outside the EU) should take to update our mailing lists, opt-in forms, and privacy policies.

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