Over the last 24 hours I’ve launched two new projects – both are blogging related.
I’m not sure why they’ve both come at once – I wasn’t planning on doing either at all even 36 hours ago – but sometimes ideas hit me in groups. Here they are – I hope one or both interest you:
ProBlogger Deals is a new Twitter account where I’ll be tweeting out deals for bloggers. I’ve written more about the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of it here – but in short it’s a place where I’ll be sharing promotions, deals, discounts, bonuses, coupon codes (and more) for bloggers.
I don’t think that this will be everyone’s cup of tea – but it’s an attempt to pass on more of the offers that come my way that I don’t pass on here on ProBlogger – simply because there are so many of them.
Two Launch Deals
- The first ‘deal’ that we’ve got is an exclusive to ProBlogger readers – 30% off the Ninja Affiliate Plugin for WordPress – a very useful plugin that many ProBlogger readers use to help with their affiliate marketing.
- The second deal is a $20 Discount on any of the licenses at WP Review Site – another great plugin that turns WordPress into a powerful review site engine.
In the coming days I’ll be releasing other ProBlogger Deals including discounts on blogging themes, training resources and more discounts and trial offers on paid tools and plugins.
I’ve been planning to develop this URL for a while now but have never quite gotten around to it. However of late I’ve had many instances where I’ve wanted to write something a little more personal or reflective and didn’t think it was appropriate to do it here on ProBlogger or on one of my other blogs.
One example of this is my launch post on darrenrowse.com – Who Else Wants to Change a Child’s Life? It’s a post telling the story of a need that I came across through a friend – a class of children who have a total of 4 books between them and a request for people to consider a donation to help buy them some books – I hope you can help me with it.
I’m not sure where this new blog will end up – but I know it’ll be a more personal journey. You can read a little more about my thinking behind starting this new blog here.