Do You Read The Daily Post?


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Whether you’re just blogging as a hobby or blogging as your full-time job, there is one common principle amongst all advertising, and it’s that a larger audience will always yield more revenue. The best way to grow your audience is to increase the quality and engagement of your site, and for that we have The Daily Post, a site dedicated to getting the most out of your own site.

First, check out our free eBook, Grow Your Traffic, Build Your Blog, a compendium of our best pieces related to building your audience. If you’re looking for more direct instruction, follow along with Blogging U, where you’ll find courses to improve the quality of your site, engage a larger audience, and therefore boost your revenue.

At The Daily Post, you’ll also find posts on principles of design like clarity and color harmony, posts encouraging you to try new things like experimenting with formats and identifying your style, posts encouraging you to engage with your audience by giving your comments a boost and of course dealing with trolls, and a weekly community pool where you can dive in to get feedback on your work.

As for us, we’re still hard at work on WordAds 2.0, which we alluded to back in December. We are so eager to get this update launched, but we want it to be perfect, and we thank you for your patience. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know!

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2 Responses to Do You Read The Daily Post?

  1. Once my marathon training is complete I will definitely use these resources more! Huge thanks for putting all of this information out for us!

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