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Generating High Quantities of Content for your Blog
27th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Generating High Quantities of Content for your Blog

One of the previous series of posts that I wrote in the early days of ProBlogger (before all 4 of you started reading) was a series on generating high quantities of content for you blog. I wrote it after reading article after article of people writing about how you need ...more
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Writing Blog Content – Keep it Simple
25th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Writing Blog Content – Keep it Simple

The average person only comprehends 60% of what they read. How much do you comprehend?. To ensure your reader ‘gets’ what you’re saying you need to make it clear by using some of the following techniques. – Use simple language. Avoid technical jargon. – Don’t introduce too many ideas in ...more
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Random Blog Tip – Write Content
22nd of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Random Blog Tip – Write Content

The title above might seem like a no brainer but I’ve had a few bloggers send me their blogs to review recently that could actually learn a thing or two by taking this simple advice. Search Engines like text. They also like outbound links – but more than that they ...more
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Write in a Granular style – One Topic Per Post
21st of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Write in a Granular style – One Topic Per Post

Robert has a good simple tip on how to make your posts easier to pass around for your readers and suggests you write in a granular style. To put it most simply. ‘Make one post contain one idea, or set of links.’ I agree with Robert although can think of ...more
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Random Blog Tips – Big Fish, Small Pond Blogging
18th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Random Blog Tips – Big Fish, Small Pond Blogging

I just checked my email and found three requests from readers to have a look over their blogs and offer some tips. I’m happy to do this from time to time for free – but am unable to do it individually for everyone in depth without having to charge a ...more
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Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job
16th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job

Debbie Weil over at Marketing Profs writes a good article on Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job. She writes quite an extensive aricle – but her main points are: 1. Start with a topic you’re passionate about 2. Concentrate on shorter, more frequent entries in your ...more
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How Many Posts do you Need in your Archives to earn Money from Blogging?
11th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How Many Posts do you Need in your Archives to earn Money from Blogging?

Someone asked me just now –‘how many pages do I need on my blog for it to earn $XX.00s per day?’ Its a pretty common question and one that I’m going to tackle below – but first let me ponder another related question from Thomas who in my recent call ...more
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On ‘When to Post’ to your Blog
9th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

On ‘When to Post’ to your Blog

Just got a good email from Chris from Passive Digressive with some good questions in it. I’m about to duck out now so can’t reply to him at this moment – but thought I’d open up one of the questions for discussion to see what you my wonderful readers think. ...more
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How to Write Compelling Blog Posts
7th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Write Compelling Blog Posts

There is a good basic post on How to Write Compelling Blog Posts over at Marketing Profs. Nothing particularly new about it but a good place to start if you’re new to blogging and want to have a primer on how to write more effectively. Here is a taster. ‘Writing ...more
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