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Is it Possible to Earn a Full Time Salary as a Part Time Blogger?
2nd of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Is it Possible to Earn a Full Time Salary as a Part Time Blogger?

“Is it possible to earn a full-time salary as a part-time blogger? (eg, if you’re student)” This question has been voted up quite high in my Q&A sidebar widget so I thought I’d attempt an answer today. It’s one of those questions with two answers: Yes…. and…. No Let’s unpack ...more
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12 Tools and Techniques for Building Relationships with Other Bloggers
28th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

12 Tools and Techniques for Building Relationships with Other Bloggers

Image by Michael Sarver A recent question asked in the Q&A widget was from a reader asking me to write about: “How to go about building relationships with other bloggers?” Building relationships with other bloggers is an important aspect of blogging. I see it as crucial for a number of ...more
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12 Traits of Successful Bloggers
Should I Stop Blogging? 20 Questions to Ask Yourself
17th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Should I Stop Blogging? 20 Questions to Ask Yourself

“When Should You Give Up On a Blog?” – question from the Q&A sidebar widget. While they won’t all apply to every blog – here’s a list of questions to consider when working out whether you should give up on a blog. What goals do I have for this blog? ...more
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How to Respond to Individual Requests for Help From Blog Readers
15th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Respond to Individual Requests for Help From Blog Readers

Today Lisa sent in this question which I thought might make an interesting post topic: “I would love if you’d do a post on how you handle emails from people who ask for one on one help. As my site and blog grows, I continue to get more and more ...more
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5 Tips to Grow Your Twitter Presence in 2012
8th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

5 Tips to Grow Your Twitter Presence in 2012

Twitter has a stronghold on the blogosphere, yet sometimes, it’s hard to be heard. If you’re struggling to grow your Twitter following, you’re not alone. I have more than 160,000 followers now, and quite a few readers have asked how I’ve grown my following. Here are my tips. 1. Leverage ...more
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A Remedy for Blogger Inferiority Complex
2nd of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

A Remedy for Blogger Inferiority Complex

Yesterday I wrote about the problem of blogger inferiority complex and how often as bloggers we can limit our potential by defining ourselves negatively. Today I want to get a little more constructive and suggest a remedy for this common problem. In doing so I want to help those of ...more
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What You Say is What You Are – The Problem of Blogger Inferiority Complex
1st of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What You Say is What You Are – The Problem of Blogger Inferiority Complex

Image by JettGirl Today I was scanning through some emails from readers and it struck me that so many of those that I hear from are suffering from a similar ailment. Let me share a few excerpts from emails I received today and see if you can spot what it ...more
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12 Ways to Be a More Interactive and Accessible Blogger
23rd of April 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

12 Ways to Be a More Interactive and Accessible Blogger

image by Jeff Bauche Yesterday I wrote about being a ruthless blogger and named a number of areas that I find helpful to have more harsh boundaries in with the hope of it helping me become more productive and focused as a blogger (and as a result provide a better ...more
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