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Is it Possible to Earn a Full Time Salary as a Part Time Blogger?
2nd of June 2008 Darren Rowse 80

Is it Possible to Earn a Full Time Salary as a Part Time Blogger?

“Is it possible to earn a full-time salary as a part-time blogger? (eg, if you’re student)” This question has been voted up quite high in my Q&A sidebar widget so I thought I’d attempt an answer today. It’s one of those questions with two answers: Yes…. and…. No Let’s unpack ...more
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12 Tools and Techniques for Building Relationships with Other Bloggers
28th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 76

12 Tools and Techniques for Building Relationships with Other Bloggers

Image by Michael Sarver A recent question asked in the Q&A widget was from a reader asking me to write about: “How to go about building relationships with other bloggers?” Building relationships with other bloggers is an important aspect of blogging. I see it as crucial for a number of ...more
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12 Traits of Successful Bloggers
Should I Stop Blogging? 20 Questions to Ask Yourself
17th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 57

Should I Stop Blogging? 20 Questions to Ask Yourself

“When Should You Give Up On a Blog?” – question from the Q&A sidebar widget. While they won’t all apply to every blog – here’s a list of questions to consider when working out whether you should give up on a blog. What goals do I have for this blog? ...more
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How to Respond to Individual Requests for Help From Blog Readers
15th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 47

How to Respond to Individual Requests for Help From Blog Readers

Today Lisa sent in this question which I thought might make an interesting post topic: “I would love if you’d do a post on how you handle emails from people who ask for one on one help. As my site and blog grows, I continue to get more and more ...more
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5 Tips to Grow Your Twitter Presence in 2012
8th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 98

5 Tips to Grow Your Twitter Presence in 2012

Twitter has a stronghold on the blogosphere, yet sometimes, it’s hard to be heard. If you’re struggling to grow your Twitter following, you’re not alone. I have more than 160,000 followers now, and quite a few readers have asked how I’ve grown my following. Here are my tips. 1. Leverage ...more
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A Remedy for Blogger Inferiority Complex
2nd of May 2008 Darren Rowse 65

A Remedy for Blogger Inferiority Complex

Yesterday I wrote about the problem of blogger inferiority complex and how often as bloggers we can limit our potential by defining ourselves negatively. Today I want to get a little more constructive and suggest a remedy for this common problem. In doing so I want to help those of ...more
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What You Say is What You Are – The Problem of Blogger Inferiority Complex
1st of May 2008 Darren Rowse 79

What You Say is What You Are – The Problem of Blogger Inferiority Complex

Image by JettGirl Today I was scanning through some emails from readers and it struck me that so many of those that I hear from are suffering from a similar ailment. Let me share a few excerpts from emails I received today and see if you can spot what it ...more
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12 Ways to Be a More Interactive and Accessible Blogger
23rd of April 2008 Darren Rowse 77

12 Ways to Be a More Interactive and Accessible Blogger

image by Jeff Bauche Yesterday I wrote about being a ruthless blogger and named a number of areas that I find helpful to have more harsh boundaries in with the hope of it helping me become more productive and focused as a blogger (and as a result provide a better ...more
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