Act Your Age on Your Blog!

Your blog should reflect your age. By blog I mean your whole blog: your posts, your comments (read: possible arguments with other people), your blog’s design, and the general objectives of your blog. That’s the summary of this whole post. Of course, there will be follow-up questions to that. Like “what does acting my age […]

How To Get Accepted Into Blog Directories

Now that I’ve shown several ways to make yourself found in the blogosphere, let’s take a closer look at one of the avenues by which visitors can reach your site. Blog Directories. Trivia: Yahoo!, one of the biggest search engines, started out as a list of links maintained by its creators called “Jerry and David’s […]

2 Basic Principles To Get Adsense Blog Income

The basic principles that bloggers have been following to get passive income online: 1. Get many people to come to your website 2. Get them to click on your Adsense links Sounds simple enough. Get people into your website from Google search, then link out to an Adsense Ad. Search In – Adsense Out. If you […]

Do You Have Blogorrhea?

Bloggers who write detailed accounts of their lives tend ramble on about the littlest details. Sometimes they’re juicy (what you did during a weekend getaway with—oops!), sometimes they’re a tad too colorful (how you won a hotdog-eating contest and had an appendectomy in the same day). You don’t mind, since it’s unbelievably soothing to write […]

New Blog Tutor, Signing On

Hi everybody. I’m Phillip (aka Corsarius), one of the new writers who’ll be bringing you regular writing tips, search engine optimization tricks, and blog tutorials. By day, I’m a problogger and freelance writer. I’ve regularly written for over 30 websites,  and you can currently find me at, one of the leading sites for probloggers […]

Something Big is Coming Soon!

There are going to be some shake ups here on Blog Tutorials these next few days. We’re making some adjustments. Something big is coming soon, and I’m personally quite excited about it. We’re refocusing our energies into converting most of our blogs to become more community-oriented. Somewhere along the way we got tired of niche […]