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25 Tips for Battling Bloggers Block

I didn’t really highlight this too much when it happened a few posts back – but I’ve now hereby officially finished the Battling Bloggers Block series. If you want to read the whole series in the one place I’ve put it all over on the one page at Battling Bloggers Block.

All in all it ended up being a 25 Tip series of posts – one of the biggest I’ve done. I hope it was helpful to some.

Thanks to the many people who’ve commented along the way – feel free to share your own thoughts and reflections on the full series of posts here if you wish.

Now – I’ve just got to work out what to write about next…. I’m stuck for ideas ;-)

Also for readers just logging into ProBlogger after the weekend away – you’ll notice I started a new poll in the sidebar asking about how many blogs you own. There’s already around 350 votes which I’m pretty amazed by – feel free to cast your vote and have your say on the poll announcement post.

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Comments

  1. Definitely a great series of tips. Thank you.
    BTW, from the polling so far, it seems that majority of readers have just 1 blog…quite expected.

    – An avid Internet browser

  2. How about talking about any of these:

    * Can traffic be sourced via a PPC model via one service provider (e.g. yahoo search marketing) and profited on via the paid ads (e.g. adsense) of another service provider?
    * How does one effectively hook Adsense, Adwords and Analytics together?
    * I have noticed that Adwords has an Analytics button, but even though I have an Analytics account, AdWords says I need to sign up.
    * What’s the go with Analytics still being closed for new signups? Doesn’t Google have the resources it needs?
    * Adword’s new keyword tool seems to be a good way to find decent PPC keywords for building content around. What do you think?

    These are all things I would be interested in reading your thoughts on :)

  3. Eric Scalf says:

    I’ve seen a lot (a LOT) about Adsense and Chitika around the ‘net. But I haven’t seem much about various affiliate networks (azoogle, cj), or other ad systems (blogads, adbrite, etc). I’m interested in your take on those.

  4. Writers block? Yikes! I’ve got a thousand google alerts in my inbox on various topics I am blogging right now. I aint runnin’ out of things to say – my issue is finding enough time in the day to squeeze all the posts in that I’d like to create. At any rate, I appreciate the great information on this blog.

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