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Reader ‘Quick Tips’ – Update

Posted By Darren Rowse 12th of November 2006 ProBlogger Site News 0 Comments

Reader-Quick-TipsYesterday, on a whim, I asked readers to submit their blogging ‘quick tips’ hoping to get a few quality short guest posts for the next couple of weeks here at ProBlogger while I’m traveling. I did expect quite a few submissions – however the response has exceeded my expectations.

As I write this I currently have just under 50 submissions on a wide variety of topics.

Submissions are still open – but please read the guidelines in the previous post before submitting. Particularly – be aware that I’m not asking for links to your previously written posts but asking you to submit actual new posts to be published on ProBlogger (ie this isn’t a group writing project).

I’m really impressed with the quality of tips that are coming in so far. Like Shawn says in comments on the last post – the cool thing about this is that while most of the tips are not exactly ‘new’, the cool this is ‘hearing new people say them in different ways’.

I said in my last post that I’ll only accept submissions until Monday and we’ll keep this timeframe on it (although I may do a second round at some point in the future).

While I’ve already got too many tips to use in the next two week break – I will attempt to use as many tips as possible even after I get back.

I’m also toying with the idea of compiling all of the tips submitted into a free resource for all readers to enjoy – I think many would find it helpful.

So keep your ‘quick tips’ coming in and thanks to everyone who is participating!

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.
  • sounds great, Darren!. Hope some of my tips get published.
    Why don’t you make your own little wikipedia? where users can submit there good info ?

    and have a database of seo/blog/webmaster related topics?

  • I am agree with Luke . Please u make your own wikipedia.