CategoryWriting Content
Supercharge Your Content With Voice
13th of March 2008 Darren Rowse 28

Supercharge Your Content With Voice

The following post on finding your blogging voice was submitted by Lance from Honey and Lance. We all know that content is king, and we’re also aware (sometimes painfully) that the vast majority of bloggers come from non-writing backgrounds. This means we come across a lot of bad writing. Grammar, ...more
Writing Content
5 Killer Ways to Improve your Writing Right Now
1st of March 2008 Darren Rowse 72

5 Killer Ways to Improve your Writing Right Now

Improve Your Blog Writing with this post written by Rob Siders from 52 Novels. One of the hallmarks of producing great content for your blog is writing it so it sounds natural, the way it would if we were chatting with each other over a coffee. I know. I’m not ...more
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Can Poor Writing Skills Overshadow Good Content?
26th of February 2008 Daniel Scocco 56

Can Poor Writing Skills Overshadow Good Content?

In this post Daniel Scocco answers to another question from the Problogger Question Box. Vivienne asks: Can poor writing skills overshadow good content? Considering that I am not a native English speaker, I wish that the answer to this question was “no.” Unfortunately the opposite seems to be true; poor ...more
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Delicious Popular Page Posts Analyzed
19th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 34

Delicious Popular Page Posts Analyzed

Today I spent a little time looking at the popular page on delicious. Here’s a few of my scribbled notes looking at the headings (click to enlarge a little). I find doing this type of analysis quite inspiring as I think about the type of posts and construction of titles ...more
Social Media
Using Examples to Give your Posts Depth
15th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 28

Using Examples to Give your Posts Depth

Late last year I began the process of hiring a handful of writers to help create new content for Digital Photography School (I wrote a little about it here). I ended up taking on 6 new writers on a trial basis to write one post each per week. It’s been ...more
Writing Content
How to Write Posts That Set StumbleUpon on Fire
14th of February 2008 Skellie 158

How to Write Posts That Set StumbleUpon on Fire

Skellie is a regular writer for ProBlogger. Check out her new blog Anywired if you’re interested in earning an income online. Since yesterday, StumbleUpon has sent me around 20,000 page views. It’s the single biggest referrer for both my blogs, despite one of them having been on the Digg front ...more
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Using Humor on Your Blog to Bring About Change
9th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 36

Using Humor on Your Blog to Bring About Change

Image by Carf A month ago today I got the news that AdSense was making changes to their referrals program that would (in my opinion) be unfair to publishers living outside of some parts of the world. My reaction to this news was one of anger and disappointment – my ...more
Writing Content
How to Write Better Posts, Every Time
31st of January 2008 Skellie 40

How to Write Better Posts, Every Time

Skellie is a regular writer for ProBlogger. Read more posts like this one at her blog, Skelliewag.org, or subscribe to her RSS feed. Whether you blog about internet marketing, parenthood, karate or ballpoint pens, there are certain things you can do to make each post better. This week, I want ...more
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Blogger or Mind-Reader? Six Ways to Give Your Audience Exactly What It Wants
29th of January 2008 Skellie 19

Blogger or Mind-Reader? Six Ways to Give Your Audience Exactly What It Wants

Skellie is a regular writer for ProBlogger. Get more unique blogging tips at her blog, Skelliewag, or subscribe to her feed. ProBlogger readers are absolutely spoilt when it comes to great articles about coming up with post ideas. But what about thinking up the post topics your audience has been ...more
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