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Posts from the Archives that You Might have Missed

Posted By Darren Rowse 26th of October 2006 Miscellaneous Blog Tips 6

200610242119Over the next few days V and I are taking a few days break down the coast – a long weekend away of sorts – after what has been a rather full on few months.

So in my absence I’ve decided to run a little series highlighting some posts from my archives that newer readers to the site might not have seen (our house sitter didn’t feel like keeping my blogs going as well as watering our plants for some reason).

These are the posts that I regularly give the links to when readers ask questions via email. They were all written in 2004 (I’ll do another series of posts from 2005 in the future if this works out OK).

Some of them are slightly dated in some aspects – but all of them still contain ‘gems’ that will helpfully help new readers and old reader alike. Please feel free to add your own tips and ideas on each of the posts.

I hope you enjoy this series – I know I’ll be enjoying the chance to take a few days off!

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.
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  1. Sounds good, have a great trip!

  2. Thanks for doing the links. Your archives have tongs of quality info and advice. Have a rockin’ trip.

  3. enjoy the trip. I wonder Darren if you have any plan to publish an e-book based on your archive.

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