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While I’m Away – Skellie Will Play
18th of September 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

While I’m Away – Skellie Will Play

As this post goes live I’m jetting out of Melbourne to Las Vegas for Blog World Expo. I’ll be away for a week and while I’ll probably post one or two posts from BWE I’m handing the ProBlogger Keys over to Skellie for the next week. If you’re not familiar ...more
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Skellie Launches Anywired
11th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Skellie Launches Anywired

I don’t announce the launch of too many blogs (I like to see the runs on the board first) but today a blogger who is very dear to ProBlogger launched her second blog. Yes Skellie (ProBlogger’s first staff writer) has just launched Anywired. It’s a blog with the tagline – ...more
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Introducing Skellie – New Regular Contributer at ProBlogger
30th of October 2007 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Introducing Skellie – New Regular Contributer at ProBlogger

I’ve got some exciting news to share with the ProBlogger community. A few couple of weeks ago I sat down in a local cafe with fellow Melbourne blogger – Skellie from Skelliewag. I’d been reading Skellie’s work for a number of months and recently she wrote a couple of guest ...more
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9th of June 2016 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

PB122: Should You Blog Anonymously or Use Your Real Name?

Do you associate your name with your blog? Today, I am talking about whether you should use your real name when blogging or blog anonymously. Often times, bloggers introduce themselves to me and then say they blog anonymously. There are definite advantages of using your name and definite advantages of ...more
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7 Places Bloggers Can Get Design Work Done (Without Breaking The Bank)
13th of September 2013 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

7 Places Bloggers Can Get Design Work Done (Without Breaking The Bank)

This is a guest contribution by Skellie Wag. Every blog has a design. Whether it’s a beautifully put together custom job, a WordPress theme, a template or something frankensteined together with a vague knowledge of HTML and CSS. Most of us are not web designers, and because of this, the ...more
Blog Design
Behind the Scenes of the DPS Pinterest Strategy: Case Study
12th of September 2012 Jade Craven 0 Comments

Behind the Scenes of the DPS Pinterest Strategy: Case Study

A couple of weeks ago, I was asked if I wanted to set up and manage the Pinterest account for Digital Photography School. Within a week, we had launched, and Darren explained his take on the process in this case study. So far, the account has nearly 5000 followers. We ...more
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A Surefire Way to Suffocate Your Blog (And Your Passion)
2nd of September 2012 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

A Surefire Way to Suffocate Your Blog (And Your Passion)

This guest post is by David Masters of Social Caffeine. I’m a stats addict. Whether it’s my Twitter feed, an email newsletter, my latest blog post, or my overall blog subscriber numbers, I’m constantly checking the stats. I’m obsessed. Comments, retweets, Likes, clickthroughs, I check them all. Of course it’s important to ...more
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An Interesting Blog Business Model
12th of July 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

An Interesting Blog Business Model

This guest post is by Kevin Muldoon of WordPress Mods. Most of you will be aware of the most popular business models for blogs. A large majority of blogs rely on revenue from advertising such as banner ads and paid reviews. Once a blog is very successful, its owners usually ...more
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Are We Having Fun Yet?
6th of February 2011 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Are We Having Fun Yet?

This guest post is by Justin P Lambert of Words That Begin With You . Quick question: are you having fun? I mean, you’re sitting here reading Problogger, so you’re likely a blogger, or at least thinking about jumping in. And you’re likely interested in making some money from your ...more
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