This post is a collection point of links in a long series that I’m writing on principles of successful blogging. It was originally stimulated by a presentation that I gave at the MarketingNow conference here in Melbourne. I shared my story of blogging and then explore 25 or so lessons that I’d learned as a blogger in the 7 years since I started.
Following is the slide deck from the presentation. It might not make a lot of sense without the commentary (the presentation went for an hour and a half and the slides are not that detailed) but I had quite a few people asking to see it and wanted to share what I’d put together.
Over the coming months I’ll take each of the lessons and put them into a series of posts fleshing them out – but in the mean time – I hope you find the slide deck to give a little inspiration.
Here are the posts exploring these principles of successful blogging so far:
- A Post explaining the Homebases and Outposts slides
- Being Personal
- Telling Stories (plus telling stories part 2).
- Leveraging What You Have to Take Your Blog to the Next Level
- Be Playful
A quick explanation – slides 1-22 go with the telling of my story of blogging and slides 23-51 each go with the ‘lessons’.