Blogging for Business
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Blogging for Business

Arieanna is writing a series that might interest beginner Business Bloggers. Check out her posts so far at: – Blogging for business: the new marketing tool – Why should you have a blog? – How to start blogging on the right foot
Business Blogging
Ten Trends for 2005
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 2

Ten Trends for 2005

SandHill has an interesting article on Ten Trends for 2005 that might be of interest if you’re looking for some emerging trends to blog about. Of course most of us already know tip 8: ‘Blogging and Social Networking Become Accepted Business Tools’ found via NevOn
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ProWiki(er)
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse

ProWiki(er)

PaidContent points to the latest venture of Jimmy Wales (the wiki guru), WikiCities – a way of creating communities around topics, places, people and more. In a sense its the same principle that people are using with Niche Blogging successfully – its the Niche Wiki approach. PaidContent points out that ...more
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Back in ProBlogging HQ
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 4

Back in ProBlogging HQ

After a great break away filled with sun, golf, tennis, wine, cheese, food of all kinds and fun with friends I’m back. I hope those of you able to take a break over the Easter period had as refreshing a time as I did – hopefully away from your blogs ...more
ProBlogger Site News
Thoughts on The Future of WordPress and MovableType
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse

Thoughts on The Future of WordPress and MovableType

Jeremy Zawodny writes on the Future of WordPress and MovableType and writes: ‘WordPress will come to be the de-facto choice in the world of self-hosted personal weblogs and low-end webhosting “value added” package. MovableType will be the blogware of choice in the corporate blogging world, both for internal weblogs and ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
What Do Bloggers Want From An Advertiser?
27th of March 2005 Darren Rowse

What Do Bloggers Want From An Advertiser?

Jim over at BlogKits writes a good post on What Do Bloggers Want From An Advertiser? and answers the question by telling us what we don’t want. The ‘Do Want’ article will come next week. Looks interesting. What do YOU want from blog advertisers dear readers (apart from the obvious ...more
Advertising
Generating High Quantities of Content for your Blog
27th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 1

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
Writing Content
The Blog Cycle
26th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 1

The Blog Cycle

Anil Dash posts an interesing post on The Blog Cycle that sub-communities within the larger blogging population go through. Its an interesting post and one that I see the ‘entrepreneurial blogging’ community going through at the momemnt. The stages of the cycle that he identifies are: What is blogging? Our ...more
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Bottom Up vs Top Down Corporate Blogging
25th of March 2005 Darren Rowse

Bottom Up vs Top Down Corporate Blogging

Steve Rubel makes some interesting observations on Corporate blogging – he writes about two approaches – top down and bottom up blogging. ‘Bottom-up blogging can either start organically or with an edict or blessing of the corporation. Famous bottom-up blogging corporations include Microsoft and Sun. Basically, this is blogging at ...more
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