Month: November 2006

Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

Today is Blogger Appreciation Day [UNOFFICIAL]

It’s Monday morning here in Australia and even Problogger’s suffer from ‘Mondayitis’ and find it hard to get themselves going. However today has been a little different – for some reason today there’s a little extra inspiration in my inbox. You see today I had three completely unsolicited ‘thank you’ emails from readers. I’m lucky …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

How to Create More Content for Your Blog and Kill 2 Birds With 1 Stone

“Darren, do you have any tips for creating more content for my blog? I have grown my blog to become reasonably successful but as it grows find myself with more and more requests and questions from readers that take me away from writing content. What should I do?”—William Hi William and thanks for the question. …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

How to Be Profound

Before you ask, let me start by saying that I don’t feel that I’m a profound writer, or that many of the things I have to say fit the description of “profound”! But in some blogging niches—self help, personal development, and other emotive categories—”profound” is a word that’s often used to describe posts. I don’t …

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How to Get into the Flow of Creating Great Content for Your Blog

Image credit: Jonno Witts Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been blogging some time, you can almost always find yourself falling out of flow. One minute you have tons of ideas and are cranking out posts, the next something’s off and you’ve lost your mojo. This episode of the “That Work” – SLG podcast …

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