More on Why You Need ProBlogger the Book [Video Tips and Bonuses]
30th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 51

More on Why You Need ProBlogger the Book [Video Tips and Bonuses]

It’s been a couple of days since we launched the 2nd edition of ProBlogger the book and I’m hearing from many of readers who bought a copy that they’re finding parcels with it enclosed in their mail boxes. The above video was produced by our publishers (Wiley) and is both ...more
Video Posts
Do You Feel Like You Don’t Belong as a Blogger? <br />[I Do Somedays]
29th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 139

Do You Feel Like You Don’t Belong as a Blogger?
[I Do Somedays]

Some one pinch me please…. this must be a dream! November 2002 At the end of a day on a warm November day when I was about to leave work a friend emailed me a link in an email suggesting I check out a blog because it seems to be ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
3 Ideas for Moving Beyond List Posts: Creating an Experiential Blog
28th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 68

3 Ideas for Moving Beyond List Posts: Creating an Experiential Blog

A guest post by Tara Gentile of Scoutie Girl. As a design & craft blogger, I often struggle with putting tips from sites like Problogger into practice. But I diligently mull them over and translate them to fit my needs. One tip I struggle with regularly is mastering the art ...more
Writing Content
Blogosphere Trends – What Bloggers Are Writing About This Week
27th of April 2010 Kimberly Turner 20

Blogosphere Trends – What Bloggers Are Writing About This Week

This column is written by Kimberly Turner from Regator (a great tool that gathers and organizes the world’s best blog posts). – DarrenHappy Monday, bloggers! Every week, we use Regator's blog trends to show you what the blogosphere has been buzzing about during the previous seven days. (As always, click any trend to see posts about that story.) Because so many people are blogging about each of these stories, it becomes more important than ever to find a way to set your post apart.This week, we'll be taking a look at a few posts from bloggers who used interest-adding formats to approach these widely covered stories. So many of us tend to think in terms of text and paragraphs when we sit down to blog, but there are dozens of options you can use to add variety to your blog, find new ways of looking at a story, and present an oft-covered topic in a fresh and engaging way.
Pro Blogging News
ProBlogger the Book 2nd Edition – Available Today!
27th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 54

ProBlogger the Book 2nd Edition – Available Today!

Today I’m pleased to announce the launch of the 2nd Edition of ProBlogger the Book! It’s a book designed to help you take your blog to the next level – so make sure you grab a copy today. Chris Garrett and myself put together the first edition of ProBlogger the ...more
Featured Posts
Is eBay Partner Network a Good Affiliate Program for Your Blog?
26th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 45

Is eBay Partner Network a Good Affiliate Program for Your Blog?

A guest post by Dee Barizo eBay’s affiliate program doesn’t get mentioned much in the problogger space, but it’s been the best monetization option for my collectible card game blog. The program is called eBay Partner Network, or ePN for short. It’s been a great for my blog. AdSense was ...more
Affiliate Programs
This Time it’s Personal
25th of April 2010 larrybrooks 49

This Time it’s Personal

by Larry Brooks of Storyfix.com Just like pretty much everyone else reading this site, when I began my blogging gig I struggled to find a niche, and a voice within it. I was confident with the content and the agenda that would be the focus of my site.  And, again ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
How Small Victories Help You Create Big Products for Your Blog
24th of April 2010 Darren Rowse 45

How Small Victories Help You Create Big Products for Your Blog

A Guest Post by Paul Cunningham from Blogging Teacher. Recently Darren blogged about how you can use small victories to build momentum in your blogging. This same technique can also be used for product creation for your online business. Creating a product for sale is a goal for many bloggers, ...more
Blogging for Dollars
My Secret to Running Successful Competitions on a Blog
23rd of April 2010 Darren Rowse 67

My Secret to Running Successful Competitions on a Blog

One of my favourite ways to generate a little reader engagement and buzz on a blog is to run a competition. Giving stuff away never fails to create a little excitement among a blog’s community and it is something that creates goodwill among your loyal readers. I must have run ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips