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ProBlogger FAQ

Posted By Darren Rowse 10th of January 2006 ProBlogger Site News 4

One of the things I realized on coming back from my latest break and working through the thousands of emails is that I get asked a lot of questions. I enjoy this interaction with readers but 80% of the time find myself answering the same sorts of questions.

As a result I’ve begun to develop a ProBlogger FAQ.

At this point the questions revolved largely around the questions I was asked over the past two weeks on multiple occasions. They focus less upon general questions about blogging and more on the questions I get asked about ProBlogger and my own blogging activities. I’ll add to them as I am asked more questions over time.

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.
Comments
  1. You should link to bloglines in the “How do I keep track of ProBlogger, you write so much!” question.

  2. links for 2006-01-09

    Notes from a messy desk (tags: Blogs Messy+Desk) Guidelines for Teen Pro Bloggers – Blog Tips at ProBlogger: Make Money Online (tags: Blogging Blogs Bloggers Tips+and+Tricks) The Annotated work spaces Pool – Flickr (tags: Organization Messy+Desk Works…

  3. Cool blog. Giving tips and idea in probloger.

  4. Ashraf says: 01/12/2006 at 5:50 am

    Check out a system called Intelliresponse at http://www.intelliresponse.com. It will read an e-mail and if it is asking about the same thing as many e-mails that you have answered it will bring up the anser 98% of the time. Its more like automated FAQ meets natural language. You’ll be answering 1/3 of the e-mails withing 2 months and still maintain reader loyalty and tracking plus more page views.

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