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Celebrity Blogging – Blog Case Study
8th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Celebrity Blogging – Blog Case Study

The following post was submitted by Matt as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series Hello, my name is Matt and I run a number of blogs, let me tell you how I have gone from a money sucking website to multiple blogs bringing in the cash. I originally started ...more
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Some Assembly Required – Case Study
8th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Some Assembly Required – Case Study

The following post was submitted by Thom Singer as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series A year ago I attended a business lunch where the topic was blogging. I like to write, and was awaiting release of my first book, but did not know about blogs. The panelists spoke ...more
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The Story of Colblindor – Blog Case Study
7th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Story of Colblindor – Blog Case Study

The following post was submitted by Daniel Fluck as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series. I am reading some blogs about programming for quite a while now but never ever thought about starting my own blog. Until two month ago where I stumbled across a talk of Robert Scoble ...more
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Is Your Niche Nichy Enough? A Tale of Two Adsense Blogs
6th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Is Your Niche Nichy Enough? A Tale of Two Adsense Blogs

The following post was submitted by Lindsay B as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series Nothing is certain in the blogging-for-profit world. It’s hard to predict which sites will take off. Sometimes the blog you funnel twenty hours a week into has mediocre earnings. Sometimes the dinky little blog ...more
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LeftLane News – Blog Case Study
5th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

LeftLane News – Blog Case Study

On September 26th, 2005, I started a new weblog called Leftlane News. It’s a blog all about cars and the automotive industry. It targets car enthusiasts, thus the name ‘left lane’ news. (Sorry Darren, I know in Australia the fast lane is on the right side.) Anyhow, the site just ...more
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Me my Coke and I – Blog Case Study
4th of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Me my Coke and I – Blog Case Study

The following post was submitted by ProBlogger regular, Allen Heat, as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series 6th of May, 2005 – I decided I should find a place to showcase my graphic designs, by that time I didn’t know what PHP meant, all i knew is that i ...more
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Killer Sudoku Blogger – Blog Case Study
3rd of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Killer Sudoku Blogger – Blog Case Study

The following post was submitted by DJApe as part of the ProBlogger Case Study Series In August last year I quit my full-time software developer job and decided to go back to Uni. Since I had more free time than before, I decided to start a blog and show the ...more
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Help Martha Stewart Optimize her AdSense
2nd of April 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Help Martha Stewart Optimize her AdSense

Martha Stewart has added AdSense to her site and I think she could do with some serious advice on optimizing it (you can see an example of it here – screen cap below – click to enlarge). I’m in the throws of packing but thought it might make a fun ...more
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Bleeding Edge and the Search for a Blog Business Model
22nd of February 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Bleeding Edge and the Search for a Blog Business Model

There’s been an interesting progression of thoughts over at Aussie Charles Writght’s blog (Bleeding Edge) over the last week or so as they’ve searched for a business model for their blogging (originally spotted via Squash who has some thoughts on it too). Here’s the progression of posts on the topic ...more
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