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From 0 to 2000+ Subscribers in 90 Days
30th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 168

From 0 to 2000+ Subscribers in 90 Days

This guest post is one that I’m excited to publish – it’s by Tina Su from ThinkSimpleNow.com – a great blog that I’ve been a big fan of. In it Tina will share some of how she’s grow her blog from 0 to 2000 subscribers in just 90 days. How ...more
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The Perpetual Hunt for the Front Page of Digg OR Blogging for People Who Actually Engage with You?
28th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 22

The Perpetual Hunt for the Front Page of Digg OR Blogging for People Who Actually Engage with You?

I wish someone had said something like this to be in the early days of my blogging: “Many bloggers seem to be on a perpetual hunt for the front page of Digg. Sure, it brings you hordes of eyeballs, but then they turn around and leave. What’s the point of ...more
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9 Benefits of Twitter for Bloggers
23rd of January 2008 Darren Rowse 143

9 Benefits of Twitter for Bloggers

I was a little slow getting onto Twitter last year (when so many other bloggers embraced it). To be honest I didn’t think it had much to offer me – I’m beginning to see how wrong I was. In this post I want to explore how I’m using Twitter to: ...more
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How to Run a Successful Competition on Your Blog
16th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 47

How to Run a Successful Competition on Your Blog

Yesterday I shared some of the costs and beefits of running a competition on your blog. I ended that post by asking: “So how does one run a competition on their blog that brings more benefits than it costs?” In this post I want to walk you through everything I ...more
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The Costs and Benefits of Running a Competition on Your Blog
15th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 63

The Costs and Benefits of Running a Competition on Your Blog

‘How do I run a successful competition on my blog?’ Competitions on blogs have become increasingly common in 2007 with an increased number of high profile blogs running them. As a result many smaller to medium sized blogs are considering them also. The problem is that a competition can actually ...more
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Build Your Blog With Forum Traffic
10th of January 2008 Skellie 46

Build Your Blog With Forum Traffic

Skellie is a regular writer for ProBlogger. You can subscribe to her feed or visit her blog, Skelliewag.org, for more posts like this one. One of the most satisfying aspects of blogging is finding uncommon and underrated ways to build your blog’s traffic. One traffic building strategy I’ve always found ...more
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Why Advertise on Blogs?
7th of January 2008 Darren Rowse 23

Why Advertise on Blogs?

My coworker at b5media Chad Randall (he’s the head of our ad sales team and one of the people to chat to if you want to Advertise on ProBlogger or one of our 300 other blogs) has put together a useful post – 7 Reasons You Should be Advertising On ...more
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Improve Your Blog with Networking
30th of December 2007 Darren Rowse 34

Improve Your Blog with Networking

In Answer to My question – ‘What did You Do On Your Blog in 2007 that Improved it the most’ – David Peralty from xfep.com answered: The answer to your question boils down to one word: networking. With everything else I have done in my blogging, networking is really the ...more
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How to Maximize the Benefits of Guest Posting
21st of December 2007 Skellie 58

How to Maximize the Benefits of Guest Posting

Publishing guest posts on popular blogs is a tried and tested way to get inbound links and traffic. There are certain things you can do to make this experience even more rewarding. In this post, I want to share a number of methods you can use to maximize the rewards ...more
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