Guest Post Contributions to Don’t Do It Yourself

I’ve been very fortunate to have some of these great bloggers contribute content to Don’t Do It Yourself. Please enjoy these posts and while you’re at it take a moment to visit each author’s site.

A Simple Formula to Keep Your Staff Writers Pumping Out Fresh Content

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This is a guest post from Brett Lindenberg of 500aMonth.com. If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. Like many other web-based entrepreneurs that have come before me, in the beginning I struggled with keeping my virtual employees busy week after week. I’d send out a wish list of “things to do” […]

The Complete Guide to Selling CPM Advertising

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This is a guest post from JT who blogs about money at MoneyMamba.com.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. CPM advertising tends to get a bad rap. The truth is that most CPM advertising earns its poor reputation. Many CPM networks pay a paltry $1-2 for a thousand page views, a rate […]

The Fine Print Of Freelancing

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This is a guest post from Louise Tillotson.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. The Fine Print Of Freelancing There are many benefits to going freelance, not least of which is the money you can make! Being able to set your own working hours, holidays and building up an impressive résumé […]

My 99designs – Picking a New Logo

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This is a guest post from Eric Rosenberg at Narrow Bridge Finance, a site where you can learn about investing, budgeting, entrepreneurship, and making your finances easy.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. Why You Need a Logo I started Narrow Bridge Finance over three years ago as a place to […]

Building AdSense Revenue: A Google AdSense Tutorial

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This is a guest post from Forest Parks. Forest is a full time blogger and has been working online for over 4 years.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. As a blogger when you first learn that it’s actually possible to earn money from your website the thoughts of making easy […]

Finding a Great Staff Writer

The following is a guest post by Crystal at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff and How I Make Money Blogging.  She enjoys working from home as an ad manager for bloggers and runs her blogs as side hustles just like she did when she started in February 2010.  If you want to guest post, check out my […]

Dominating the SERPs with an Absurdly Cheap VA Army

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This is a guest post by Freddie from Invest With Passion. If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. Can you imagine commanding a large army of workers whose sole purpose is to promote your blog? Now picture everyone in that army working for less than $1 per hour. Sound impossible? I […]

My Experience Getting a Logo from 99designs

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This is a guest post by Andrea of So Over Debt.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. When I started blogging, I looked for ways to create a decent-looking site without spending money. After all, I didn’t know if I would stick with it or if anyone would ever read […]

Freelance Tips: Through Trial and Error

This is a guest post by Tim from Kanguru.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. Back in 2008 I began a venture that required a website. I understood the fundamentals of using Dreamweaver and a bit of HTML, “so what they hey, I’ll build my own website”. Like so many […]

Expand Your Business By Outsourcing

This is a guest post by Mike Collins of SavingMoneyToday.net.  If you want to guest post, check out my guidelines here. When my wife and I first bought our house, I wasn’t exactly the do it yourself type.  There were a lot of things I just didn’t know how to do, but I rolled up […]