Business of Blogging

At Type-A, we are dedicated to the Business of Blogging and Influence. We’re always on the lookout for new strategies, tricks, and tools to help you drive traffic, build your brand, connect with your audience, and monetize your influence.

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How to Rank Your Small Blog in Search Engines in 2018

There’s no doubt about it – ranking in search engines is one of the most important ways to get…

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10 Tips to Ensure Your WordPress Blog Will Sparkle in Search Ranks

The question that the vast majority of bloggers running WordPress sites always have is: “How do I get…

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Creating Content That Search Engines Love

Leveraging Keyword Research for Article Ideation Think about the last time you Googled something. Did you look past the top…

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Webinar Replay: How To Beat The Facebook Algorithm Changes

The new Facebook algorithm changes (Facebook Zero) are creating a ton of panic for online business owners and bloggers,…

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How To Send Emails That Get Responses

Boomerang is a service which Rachel and I…

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Webinar: How to Beat the Facebook Algorithm Changes

The new Facebook algorithm changes (Facebook Zero) are creating a ton of panic for online business owners and bloggers,…

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11 Unique Types of Content to Create For Your Business Blog

As a business website owner, the content you produce is the backbone of your business model. As long as…

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A Hacked Website Ruined My Blogging Business. Or, Why I’m Speaking at Type-A 2018.

Hi there, my name is Adam Warner and I’m so excited to be attending…

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From Blocked to Blog: Developing Content When Your Brain is on Strike

I’ve got two big secrets when it comes to writer’s block. The first is snark, and the…

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How I Inadvertently Created My Dream Job

This year marks my 10th anniversary of entrepreneurship. It’s a milestone I never expected to celebrate. In May 2008, I…

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