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10 Of The Worlds Most Popular Bloggers Share The Moments That Inspired Them

On my previous post, 17 No-BS strategies for Creating Viral Content, I talked about "writing to inspire." One thing I forgot to mention was that in order for you to write to inspire, most of the time, YOU have to be inspired.

Inspiration is often a key ingredient in most success stories.

Without someone, somewhere being inspired to do something, the world would still be in the dark ages.

Inspiration can come from the most unexpected sources. For example, an apple inspired Newton  and a bath inspired Archimedes. It's sometimes that strange.

While trying to find inspiration for my next posts, I decided to throw a question at some of the world's most popular bloggers.

I asked them what moments actually inspired them to do what they do and  I've decided to share their stories here. They are both inspiring and motivating.

Top 16 Killer Tools That Will Help You Manage Your TwitterVerse - Twitter Management

Twitter is one tool that can be very powerful if you know how to use it.

The only real problem with Twitter is the amount of information you have to deal with. From all the tweets and updates coming every second. it can be hard to keep track of it all.

Luckily, a few smart people realized this and created tools that make our Tweeting lives simpler.

So here are the Top 16 killer tools that will help you effectively manage your TwitterVerse.

17 No-BS Strategies For Creating Viral Content

Whether you’ve just started blogging or you’ve been doing it for years, one thing you will always crave is TRAFFIC.

I remember when I first started blogging. I never really cared that much about it. My main focus was link building and increasing my page rank, nothing more. I’m sure it’s the same thing with most newbies.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s important to do link building but until realize why you’re doing it in the first place, you’ll never see my point.

Why do we link build? To get better SERPs(Search Engine Ranking Position). Why do we want better SERPs? Do get more TRAFFIC. Why do we want more traffic? To build our blog, spread our influence and eventually generate an income.

If you can properly leverage traffic, you won’t even need to worry about link building! (tweet this) Links will all come naturally (which is Google rule #1).

Most people think driving traffic only happens after you hit publish. That’s not the case. Even before you type the first word, you can take steps to ensure that your post, once published, drives the type of traffic you want.

Now, here are my 17 No-BS Strategies for creating viral content.

21 Most Bankable Freelance Writers On The Web

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post that would help you make the decision between writing your own content or outsourcing it.

If you didn't read it, here it is, Writing Your Own Content Vs Outsourcing.

Just to recap, here are some of the main advantages of outsourcing

  • You're able to focus on other areas of your blog like design and SEO.
  • Consistent quality because experts will write for you.
  • You never have to worry about running out of ideas.

Now, one thing I realized is that though I gave mainstream services to hire freelancers, I never actually gave you examples of actual credible writers.

This list (in no particular order) includes 21 of the most inspiring, efficient, bankable and compelling writers on the internet today who offer freelancing services. If you want an excellent return on investment, these are the people to look for.

Now, without further ado, these are the 21 Most Bankable Freelance Writers On The Web

Search Algorithm: My Almost Instant Google Success

This is just a quick post I thought I would write to share my quite unexpected success in terms of PR and understanding of search algorithms. More specifically, Google's search algorithm.

Up until now, I thought I fully (okay... almost fully) understood what search engine algorithms were about.
In the recent August 2012 PR update, I was shocked to discover that my site had moved from a virtually useless PR 0 to a surprising PR 4! In less than a month!