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Don’t Let Emotion Be MIA In Your Content
20th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Don’t Let Emotion Be MIA In Your Content

Too many times, bloggers focus on their content without stopping to think about how they’re presenting it. Today Dave Hughes takes a look at creating memorable content by injecting Emotion into it. The trick is to know how to construct an effective bloggerie (or blog post). Luckily, this doesn’t involve ...more
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Great Content… Bad Titles – How to Let Your Blog Go #4
20th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Great Content… Bad Titles – How to Let Your Blog Go #4

One problem that I regularly saw in the days that I took on blog consulting work was bloggers who spent hours and hours slaving over the writing of quality posts only to take 5 seconds to slap a very ordinary title on them. While poor titles won’t have as much ...more
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How Blogging made me a Better Writer
19th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How Blogging made me a Better Writer

Karen Andrews is an award winning short story writer coming up to the second year anniversary of her blog www.miscmum.com. Her first book, a children’s picture book called Surprise!, will be released in Australia in October. Further details can be found at www.miscpress.com.au I recently spoke at a writers’ festival ...more
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Getting Off Topic – How to Let Your Blog Go #2
18th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Getting Off Topic – How to Let Your Blog Go #2

One way that I see some bloggers ‘letting their blog go‘ is to become distracted and move off topic more and more. When I asked readers why they unsubscribed from a blog’s RSS feed they told me that the forth highest reason was when blogs change focus or go off ...more
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Lack of Posting – How to Let Your Blog Go #1
17th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Lack of Posting – How to Let Your Blog Go #1

Perhaps the fastest way to let your blog go is to stop posting to it. It can happen for many reasons whether it be your life getting busy, suffering from a bout of bloggers block or becoming distracted by another project. Most bloggers go through one or all of these ...more
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What is the Ideal Post Frequency for a Blog?
11th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What is the Ideal Post Frequency for a Blog?

In our current reader poll I’m asking readers to tell us how many posts they made on their main blog over the month of May. It’s only been 12 hours since I posted the poll so it’s early days – however so far category with the most responses so far ...more
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A ‘Quick’ Tip on Landing an Interview for Your Blog
4th of June 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

A ‘Quick’ Tip on Landing an Interview for Your Blog

Image by ItzaFineDay Over the last month since launching the ProBlogger book I’ve done more interviews with other bloggers and sites than I’ve ever done before. It’s been a lot of fun but it’s also taught me a lot about how to approach people for interviews on your blog. Perhaps ...more
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Should I Publish Free Articles On My Blog?
31st of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Should I Publish Free Articles On My Blog?

Earlier today I was asked to take a look at a blog of a reader to give it a critique. On arriving on the blog I immediately noticed that at the top of every article on the front page of the blog there was a copyright notice which ascribed the ...more
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Write Reviews that Add Value and Solve Readers’ Problems
25th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Write Reviews that Add Value and Solve Readers’ Problems

Today Dustin M. Wax writes about how to write Review Post on your blog. Reviews are one of the mainstays of blogs. By now, everyone in the world is familiar with Problogger’s own Darren Rowse’s accidental transformation into a professional blogger following the success of his camera reviews. (Been off-world ...more
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