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Network Blogging Tips

Posted By Darren Rowse 14th of April 2008 Blog Networks 0 Comments

Do you blog for someone else? A blog you might want to subscribe to is Network Blogging Tips written by bloggers Jennifer Chait and Deborah Ng (both experienced bloggers blogging in blog networks).

“Here we’ll share tips, advice and ideas for those who blog for someone else. We’ll offer commiseration, jobs tips and even occasional leads.”

Disclaimer: Both of these bloggers are bloggers at b5media (the network I co-founded) – however I never realized they were doing this til I saw David blogging about it.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  • Yes, I blog for someone else. I belong to a 15-man SEO team in the Philippines. I write 6 education articles per day.

  • This blog is a must-read for bloggers who blog for others.

  • Thanks for the mention, Darren. We saw a need for a blog for freelance bloggers – specifically network bloggers. And judging by the positive response, many others agree.

    Incidentally, we have a contest going right now for all bloggers – the prize is an external hard drive.

    Once again, thanks for the mention.

    – Deb

  • Thanks Darren,
    You’ve really found some a great resource on this topic!

  • Nice, they have some great tips.

  • I am not able to access the site for some reason.

  • Subscribed.

    Btw Darren, there some sizing issue with your book’s 468×60 banner on this page. It looks like the image is being stretched or the html and image dimensions are out of sync.

  • I scanned several posts there — solid, informative, and yet another place to learn more about this new frontier. The first time I used a search engine was in 1994. How limited the sites were back then! Now the information seems overwhelming, and yet at the same time, people can communicate through blogs like neighbors. The connectivity still amazes me.

  • They are lucky that you listed about their blog in your blog.

    by the way Darren did you notice one of my readers was giving away two copies of your blogging book in a contest in my blog. It would be awesome if you could inform your readers about the contest.

    Few words from your would help my blog a lot.

    Thank You

  • I came across their blog about a week ago and subscribed even though I don’t blog for others….I want to learn more about blog networks.

  • Thanks for the link love – and thanks for the nice comments from your readers above :)

  • Sound interesting but I’m not for the whole blogging for others movement…

  • Thanks for the mention as well. Its a real highlight of my day to know that you read my blog from time to time. Deb and Jennifer have a great site, and it definitely should be featured by more people. :)

  • Thanks for the link, Darren! I just added them to my RSS reader and plan to explore more of their blog as soon as time allows, but from what I’ve seen thus far, there’s some great information there.

  • I do! Let me see if they can help.

  • wow thanks for that link Darren, checking it out now :) I recently moved my blog onto the network