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How a nutritionist blogger uses her blog to grow her business
22nd of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

225: How One Nutritionist Uses Her Blog to Grow Her Business

How One Nutritionist Uses Her Blog to Help Grow Her Business Here’s another episode where I hand the podcast over to you, our listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. In today’s episode I’ve got Aussie blogger Nina—one of the attendees from our recent ...more
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How a finance blogger went from five to more than a million readers a month
21st of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

224: From 5 to Over 1,000,000 Readers a Month – A Finance Blogger Tells His Story

From 5 to Over 1,000,000 Monthly Readers – A Finance Blogger Shares His Story Once again I’m handing the podcast over to you, our listeners, to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. In today’s episode you’ll hear the story of Robert Farrington, a finance blogger. ...more
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Recipe blogger becomes six-figure blogger in two years
20th of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

223: From 0 to Six-Figure Blogger in Two Years – A Recipe Blogger Tells Her Story

From 0 to Six Figures in Two Years – A Recipe Blogger Shares Her Story In today’s episode we continue our series of blogger stories where I hand the podcast over to you listeners to tell your stories and tips about starting and growing your blogs. We kicked off the ...more
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How Two Tech Bloggers Started Their Blogs
19th of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

222: From Corporate Desk Jobs to Full-Time Bloggers – 2 Tech Bloggers Tell their Story

From Corporate Desk Jobs to Full-Time Bloggers – 2 Tech Bloggers Tell their Story In today’s episode we’re continuing our series where I’m handing the podcast over to you as listeners to tell your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs. It started yesterday with the story of ...more
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DIY blogger goes from 0 to 500,000 page views a month
18th of December 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

221: From 0 to 500,000 Page Views a Month – A DIY Blogger Shares Her Story

Today is the first episode in a 12-part series we’re running on the ProBlogger podcast over the next few weeks. We’re handing the podcast over to you – the listeners and readers of ProBlogger – to tell your story of how you started your blog and what’s happened since. As I said a ...more
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Choosing a domain name for your blog
20th of November 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

217: 4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Domain Name

4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Domain Name for Your Blog This episode is perfect for anyone who’s preparing and planning their first blog, as well as those thinking about starting a second blog. Note: if you are starting a blog sign up below to get notified of our ...more
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11th of September 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

210: Launching a Blog: How Many Posts Do You Need?

How Many Live Posts Do You Need When You Launch Your Blog Today, I want to answer a question almost every blogger asks when they start blogging: How many posts should I have live before I launch my blog? It’s a common question I get, and while I’ve mentioned a ...more
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23rd of June 2017 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Evaluating Your Blog’s First Year: 12 Great Questions to Ask

Firstly … congratulations on making it through your first year. A lot of bloggers don’t get that far. During this evaluation, we’ll take a look at key metrics for your blog, but we’ll also be thinking about what you’ve learned and accomplished over the past year. Don’t get discouraged if ...more
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From Miserable Telemarketer to Successful Entrepreneur: How Starting a Blog Changed My Life | ProBlogger
8th of March 2017 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

From Miserable Telemarketer to Successful Entrepreneur: How Starting a Blog Changed My Life

  This is a guest contribution from Joen Rude Falsner. Most of us have been there: we’ve all had this job where the financial compensation was the absolute single motivation to even show up. Luckily for most people this, usually, low-compensated, uninspiring and numbingly boring job is characterized by being temporary. Something we do ...more
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