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Speedlinking – 10 December 2006

Posted By Darren Rowse 10th of December 2006 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments
  • Kevin reflects on 9 keys to networking via blogs for introverts (bouncing off Rob May’s How to Network: For Introverts) something I think I need to read as the king of introverts!
  • Leon asks What is SpeedLinking? and tries to come up with a definition of it, looks at who does it and asks if it can be a dangerous practice?
  • Gary writes a post on copywriting and suggests that Every Ad Copy Rule can be Broken – reminds me of a discussion I’ve been having on a photographic forum about how every photographic rule can be broken with great effect also but that it’s good to know the ‘rules’ so that you can break them ‘well’.
  • Dave Taylor picks up the old debate of how personal should a blog get?
  • Jeremy from Shoemoney has posted a video of a presentation he did on contextual advertising which is an interesting watch. He talks of ‘when to end AdSense’ (when others are willing to pay enough for exclusivity…) I always like seeing bloggers on video – takes them into a new dimension of communication.
  • Eric asks Do you have time to be an Internet Marketer?
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  • Cool links thanx a lot!

  • If you’re an introvert Darren, long live blogs. ;)

  • Also, linkblogging is a great way to pass traffic around if you are doing linktrades with other blogs. You will get traffic back as well as expose your readers to new sites.

  • Haha, I’m mentioned on the “Speedlinking” article.

  • Thanks Darren for these info. I love the all the help your blog provides, excellent!

  • That is a great roundup of articles. Thanks.

  • Interesting how there is so much material on linking in the last week. Must be a PR update bot just around the corner!

  • Hi Darren,

    I enjoyed the ‘DO YOU HAVE THE TIME’ article the most as I can relate to it at this point. At this early time in my blogging life I only wish that I had more time to give, but I don’t.

    I’m looking forward with a positive attitude though – in hopes that one day I can devote more time to something I do enjoy (blogging).

    Thank You for the articles : )

  • Jen

    That little “Every Rule can be Broken” is a rule that comes up time and again in my own primary profession (book editor), and it’s no doubt applicable to every field of expertise. Glad you mentioned the huge *caveat* attached, and we should all have this tattooed on our foreheads – that one must know and understand the rules in order to be able to break them effectively! Otherwise, it’s all just a sloppy effort.

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  • Darren,
    Thanks for the mention. You made my day :-)

    You have a great site and I read it several times a day with my RSS reader, Quick News, on my Treo 650. I am constantly learning new things from you and your readers to enhance my blog. Thank you.

    I also enjoyed the article on Introvert Networking. I starting using Linkedin to network with friends, colleagues, co-workers, clients, partners, and classmates. Its also a great way to network for Introverts. Maybe I will integrate linkedin with my blog.

  • Deb

    Thx for the links. Headed off to read two of the pieces, which are perfect for me right now. (introvert)