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Abhijit Nadgouda – SEO Turns Into Passionate Blogging

I’m a fan of Abhijit Nadgouda’s WordPress.com blog, and now Nadgouda’s off onto his own full version WordPress blog, iface thoughts. In a recent post, From Fear To Satisfaction, the move from WordPress.com to a full version WordPress blog is discussed starting with the revelation that most of his blogging has been “completely ruled by […]

Blog Exercises: What Are Your Reasons For Blogging

We all have our reasons for blogging. Having our say, sharing our experience, teaching, learning, creative outlet, money, reputation, because they told you to…all of these are good reasons to blog, but to keep blogging you need something more. In this blog exercise, I want you to consider the more. It is the answer to […]

Business of Blogging: Purpose, Customers, and Content

Originally published in Blogger and Podcaster Magazine. I write for a variety of magazines and publications online and off. Blogger and Podcaster has graciously allowed me to republish my articles. When blogging began, many of us started blogging for fun. Blogging is fun. It’s a great way to express yourself, to meet and greet people, […]

Define Blogging

CSS For WordPress Unofficial defines blogging as: To me blogging is the passionate expression of a persons thoughts, ideas and creativity to list a few. A bloggers main objective is to entertain and stimulate other individuals minds through the process of writing. Blogging provides an outlet for a somewhat shy person like me to share […]

Weekly Digest: Blogging on Blogging, Speaking at SOBCon and WordCamp Dallas, and More on Blogging

This week has been a busy one as I prepare for two intensive blogging article series coming up in the next couple of months. I doing a lot of research and I’ll give you a hint. One is about personal blogging and the other is about blog writing. Stay tuned for more hints. 😀 I’m […]

How Do You Become a Passionate Blogger? Blog Your Passion.

Eaton Web offers “How to Become a More Passionate Blogger” and makes a very important point: Passionate bloggers have advantages over non-passionate bloggers including attracting a higher quality and more supportive readership. So, how do you become a more passionate blogger? First of all, enjoy your niche. Blog about something you love. If you don’t […]

Weekly Digest: Guest Bloggers Galore, Theme Spam, Blog Scraping, and Personal Blogging

It’s been a week and a half of fabulous guest bloggers bringing some color and excitement to Lorelle on WordPress. Wow! And some babble about WordPress Themes with link spam and vulnerabilities that must be addressed, and blog scrapers stealing content from WordPress.com Blogs. And one of my guest bloggers begins a series on the […]

Almost two years now and what have I learned from blogging?

By Pelf Nyok I started blogging in October 2005, in what started as an experiment to see whether I would be able to sustain the enthusiasm long enough to take it seriously. Back when I did not know what blogging was all about, I was constantly worried about publishing a post on a daily basis, […]

Are You Blogging Your Passion or Blogging to Blog?

Watching a recent episode of Battlestar Galactica called “Dirty Hands”, I was struck by the wonderful portrayal of a class society, one ruled by hierarchy and tradition rather than by freedom and passion. I have many friends raised within countries which still play by these rules, where you are and do what your father or […]

Money to Blog: Blogging Scholarship for Education College Students

Are you in college in the United States? Maintain a 3.0 minimum GPA? Studying post-secondary education and passionate about blogging? Check out the Blogging Scholarship mentioned on Blogging Pro and you might be eligible for a USD $5,000 a year scholarship! Site Search Tags: blog scholarship, blogging scholarship, scholarship, money to blog, money for blogging, […]

Blogging Challenge: Hobby Blogging and Blogging About Your Hobby

I’ve written about how to let people know more about who you are so they understand who is behind the scenes of your blog. I’ve also challenged you to write about what you really know and are considered an expert in, giving you a chance to brag. Now it’s time for a different kind of […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Blogger’s Rights and the Risks of Blogging

The issues of protection for bloggers, bloggers rights, and copyright protection for web content is still an evolving issue. As more people find freedom of expression in blogging, other people seem to find more excuses to stop or control not just what they say but how they say it. There is even a guidebook for […]

How to Write Good – Tips For Bloggers on Blogging

Griffinopolis’s article on “How to Blog Good” takes on one of my favorite subjects: how blogging is about writing and content not just about bells and whistles. One thing that struck me about many of the articles I was reading is that, while very helpful, they were primarily concenred with the mechanics of blogging. This […]

The Thinking Blogger Award

A few weeks ago, I was in the middle of an article about the new meme, The Thinking Blogger Awards, when I was unsuspectingly nominated by Dana of huffenglish.com. The article became Are You a Thinking Blogger? for the Blog Herald. In it, I thoroughly examined and evaluated the definition of a thinking blogger. …You […]

Buzz Monitoring: Keeping Track of Your Industry

Web 2.0: Buzz-Monitoring and Tracking from Smashing Magazine mentions my list of hundreds of resources for finding blog content and adds some new updated resources and methods for tracking the buzz of your industry. You’d like to improve the link popularity of your site. Or maybe to keep track on the latest web buzz. It […]