CategoryWriting Content
Tell me a Story
8th of September 2005 Darren Rowse 7

Tell me a Story

Dave Taylor has written an interesting piece today on story telling and blogs that has resonated with me. It’s at “Don’t sell me a product, tell me a story!”: ‘What stuck in my head, however, was that his background gave him a unique ability to tell an interesting story. After ...more
Writing Content
Writing Blog Content – Make it Scannable
19th of August 2005 Darren Rowse 43

Writing Blog Content – Make it Scannable

Only 16% of people read web sites word for word. Source The average person only comprehends 60% of what they read. Source Knowing this – how should bloggers who want to communicate effectively write? Is your Blog Scannable ? Most people read online by scanning the page for individual words ...more
31 Days to Building a Better Blog
More on Posting Schedules
7th of August 2005 Darren Rowse 18

More on Posting Schedules

Peter at Almost Cool comments on my series on Blog Apathy – particularly picking up on some of the comments on posting goals and schedules. He rightly observes that with RSS subscribers you’re likely to get readers look at your posts whether you post regularly or irregularly and argues against ...more
31 Days to Building a Better Blog
The Best Blog Content
29th of July 2005 Darren Rowse 7

The Best Blog Content

Just stumbled upon an article at awesomeblogs.com which looks at Why Blogs Have Become the Search Engine Optimization Equalizer. It’s one of those mass produced ‘free articles’ that I warn bloggers from using too much – but it does make a useful observation about some of the top sites on ...more
Writing Content
The Long and the Short of Blog Posts
18th of July 2005 Darren Rowse 21

The Long and the Short of Blog Posts

Dave Taylor answers the eternal blogging question of “Are long blog entries better than short ones?” and writes : ‘I’m reminded of a common piece of advice from good development editors in the publishing business about how long a chapter or book should ultimately be: write just enough to cover ...more
Writing Content
Quality vs Quantity of Posting?
7th of July 2005 Darren Rowse 20

Quality vs Quantity of Posting?

I was chatting to a soon-to-be-blogger this morning about ProBlogging and he asked me how long he’d have to blog before he could earn a reasonable amount from it. It’s a common question that is usually on the lips of new bloggers exploring the world of ProBlogging. Of course there ...more
Writing Content
Posting Frequency Observations
5th of July 2005 Darren Rowse 14

Posting Frequency Observations

One of the things that going away and not checking your RSS feeds for a month can do for you is help identify who is blogging how much. I generally clear my bloglines account every day. As a result I don’t notice from day to day which of my 350 ...more
Writing Content
Looking For Online Revenue Bloggers – ReveNews
20th of June 2005 JimKukral

Looking For Online Revenue Bloggers – ReveNews

ReveNews is a trusted, unbiased source focusing on Internet related industries such as online marketing, SEM, affiliate marketing, retail (e-commerce), analytics, spyware, blogging and much more. ReveNews authors consist of highly respected thinkers, commentators and business people who have real experience and insight. ReveNews readers include industry gurus, top-level executives ...more
Blog Networks
Canadian Professional Blogging Podcast 2.2 – your blogging voice continued
12th of June 2005 Arieanna Foley 2

Canadian Professional Blogging Podcast 2.2 – your blogging voice continued

For those of you following the start of our Canadian Professional Blogging series, thanks for turning in. Tris and I really appreciated the feedback and have built upon that to create a more detailed look at finding your blogging voice. Having a voice is a key factor in getting noticed, ...more
Podcasting