ProBlogger Interview at Bloggertalks

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For those interested – I did a quick interview over at Bloggertalks today.

In it I talk about Problogger, b5media, talk about my opinion of ‘paid posts’, make a few observations about the mistakes I see bloggers making, talk about niche blogging and talk a little about RSS feeds.

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  1. Gayla McCord says:

    Great interview Darren. I wish more people would follow your opinion on the “paid to post” debate.

  2. Deborah says:

    Great interview Darren and thanks for sharing. I think you have helped more people than you really know and it has blessed you tremendously!

  3. Nice interview. One answer I found helpful was on the biggest mistake that you see people make. It was a nice reminder to me that the important thing is to keep plugging along and focusing on unique content. It is too easy to get caught up in the idea that you have to make it big right from the beginning and to give up if you don’t. Thanks for the reminder.

  4. TDH says:

    Thanks for the post, Darren, and thanks for doing the interview! You where great. :)

  5. SempreOn says:

    Great interview!!
    thank you so much..

  6. darren says:

    You’re exactly right on sponsored posts. Use if you must but disclose, disclose disclose, And don’t deceive. And be even-handed.
    Never can get enough of your insights.

  7. Charles says:

    Would like to read the article before I comment. Why didn’t the article appear when I clicked on it?