Darren Rowse
Blogger to startup founder case study
7th of June 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Case Study: How a Blogger Became a Startup Founder

When Cas McCullough’s son asked for help with a letter writing project, she had no idea it would change the course of her career. Here’s how she went from being a blogger to becoming a startup founder and CEO. “I’m a content strategist and writer by trade. And as content marketing ...more
Case Studies
10 blogging 'firsts' to celebrate (from launch onwards)
30th of May 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

10 Blogging ‘Firsts’ to Celebrate (From Launch Onwards)

Do you ever look at other bloggers and feel you’ll never catch up to where they are? Perhaps they have hundreds – or thousands, or even hundreds of thousands – of subscribers to their email newsletter. Maybe they’re making a full-time living blogging, or even employing a whole team of staff. ...more
Start a Blog
Should your blog have a static homepage?
23rd of May 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Should Your Blog Have a Static Homepage (Whatever That Means)?

Open up a new tab in your browser and go to the homepage of your blog. What do you see? There’s a good chance you see your most recent posts. This is, after all, what most WordPress themes default do. And if you’ve been blogging for a long time, it ...more
Start a Blog
GBTK Flash Sale
14th of May 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Best Blogging Resources Bundle of the Year is Back (48 Hours only)

Every year thousands of bloggers buy The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit because the value is just that good. And the 2017 Toolkit was no exception, with 91 blogging resources valued over $5,800 - for a limited time offer of just $97. For two days only, the offer is back on the table! ...more
General
rules of blogging
3rd of May 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The RULES of Blogging

I regularly get asked by new bloggers for blogging ‘rules’ or ‘blueprints’ for building a successful blog. What platform and tools should I use? How long should the posts be? Should I have comments switched on or off? What kind of opt-in should I use? In this short video I ...more
Mindset + Motivation
7-Day Challenge Case Study
2nd of May 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Case Study: How to Run a 7-Day Challenge

Today’s post is a case study with Undercover Architect, Amelia Lee. Amelia attended the ProBlogger Evolve and Mastermind events in 2017, and adapted speaker Jadah Sellner’s 7-Day Challenge model to boost her own lead generation and course enrollments. Here’s how she did it. When I attended ProBlogger Evolve in 2017, I ...more
Blogging for Dollars
Simple guide to HTML for bloggers
25th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

A Simple and Non-Scary Guide to HTML for Bloggers

Even if you haven’t launched your blog yet, you’ve probably come across the term ‘HTML’. You might know what it looks like. Or you might just have a hazy idea it has something to do with web pages – like I did when I started. My first experience with HTML ...more
Understand Technology
How to write a series for your blog
19th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Write a Series for Your Blog (and Why You’ll Want To)

Have you ever written a series of posts for your blog – a set of posts that are deliberately linked together? If you haven’t, I hope I can convince you to give it a try. Some bloggers feel writing a series of posts is more daunting than writing individual posts. But ...more
Writing Content
How to republish old blog posts
12th of April 2018 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Republish Old Blog Posts – and Why You’ll Want to

If you’ve been blogging for a year or more, you might feel like you’re running out of ideas. There are plenty of great posts in your archive, but you’ve covered so many good topics already. Where can you go from here? Well, one place to go is… backwards. Instead of ...more
Writing Content