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How to Climb Mountains
24th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 34

How to Climb Mountains

This guest post was submitted by Collis Ta’eed of Eden.cc, who blogs about blogging over at NorthxEast.com. No matter who you are, there is something you’d like to achieve that you probably don’t think you can. Maybe it’s a subscriber number, maybe it’s earning enough blogging to turn professional, maybe ...more
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Minimalist Blogging
23rd of September 2007 Darren Rowse 34

Minimalist Blogging

This guest post was written by Leo Babauta of Zen Habits. In recent months, I’ve reduced the time I spend writing posts for my blog to about half a day’s work, and I spend about an hour or so more every day of the week responding to comments and emails. ...more
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The Top 5 Uncommon Timesavers for Bloggers
21st of September 2007 Darren Rowse 52

The Top 5 Uncommon Timesavers for Bloggers

The following guest post was submitted by Tim Ferriss author of The 4-Hour work Week and blogger at www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog. Read my interview with Tim. 1. Decide how you’re measuring success before writing a post—what’s your metric? Form follows function. Is it Technorati rank? Then focus on crafting 1-2-sentence bolded sound ...more
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How Not Throwing the Baby Out With the Bath Water Earned me Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars
20th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 59

How Not Throwing the Baby Out With the Bath Water Earned me Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

Today I want to tell you a story – a story of how not throwing the baby out with the bath water has earned me hundreds of thousands of dollars. Just under two years ago a controversy erupted in the the ‘make money online’ segment of the blogosphere that involved ...more
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Improve Your Blog By Reading a Magazine – An Exercise for Bloggers
18th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 42

Improve Your Blog By Reading a Magazine – An Exercise for Bloggers

Are you looking for some fresh design, marketing and even story ideas for your blog? Today I’ve got an exercise that you might find helpful. This is an off line activity – all pack of sticky notes, a notebook, pen, a magazine and an hour of time. The Exercise It’s ...more
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Building Blog Readership by Monitoring What Other Bloggers are Writing
15th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 46

Building Blog Readership by Monitoring What Other Bloggers are Writing

Today I want to share a technique that I used when I started my first money making blog to find new readers. It’s one of those tips that probably won’t bring you thousands of new visitors to your blog all at once – but it definitely did help me to ...more
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Full Or Partial RSS Feeds – The Great Feed Debate
12th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 98

Full Or Partial RSS Feeds – The Great Feed Debate

This week I want to try something a little different and attempt a debate here at ProBlogger. The idea is simple – I’ve chosen two people who I think have experience around a debated blogging topic to argue the case for either side of it. These two opinions will act ...more
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Create a Custom 404 Error Page for Your Blog
11th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 38

Create a Custom 404 Error Page for Your Blog

When someone comes to a page on your domain that is no longer there (either because it’s been deleted, because they’ve typed something in wrong or because the link that they followed was wrong) they are shown the dreaded 404 ‘page not found’ error page. This error simply means that ...more
Blog Design
More SEO Tips from Aaron Wall
9th of September 2007 Darren Rowse 41

More SEO Tips from Aaron Wall

Today I continue my interview with Aaron Wall – author of SEO Book. Also read Part I of my interview with Aaron Wall. What’s the best link building strategy you ever used? Creating free software and giving it away. It is unreal how many thousands of high quality links you ...more
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