blogging: Lessons from a Successful Blogger - 02/08/10 01:02 AM
This is not Matt MullenwegMatt Mullenweg is one of the most successful bloggers on the web. He is one of PC World’s Top 50 People on the Web,’s 30 under 30, and Business Week’s 25 Most Influential People on the Web. His blog is at - Yes, that's right, it is not a .com and it is very easy to remember. The blog itself has been called various things over the years - PhotoMatt, The World of Matt Mullenweg, and now (apparently) The World of Matt, and it is currently a PR8. Matt's analysis of his blogging activity 2002-2009 … (4 comments)

blogging: StumbleUpon A Good Source Of Blogging Ideas - 01/03/10 02:40 PM
Coming up with interesting stuff to write about is one of the ongoing challenges for bloggers. A blog is only useful if it is regularly updated, and is targeted to the group of readers you're most interested in.
I'm not just talking about those of us obsessed with our own little realm of interest - in this case, real estate. This applies whether you're writing for an Active Rain blog or one focusing on dog training or politics or bird watching.
Stumbleupon (SU) is an interesting way to find ideas. SU is also a good way to generate a quick hit … (6 comments)

blogging: Making Your Blog the Center of Your Marketing Strategy - 12/31/09 06:23 PM
When we look back on the development of blogging over the last 5 or 10 years we can see that blogs were an important step in the “socializing” of the web. Unlike traditional static websites that were more or less just online brochures, blogs were built as personal publishing platforms with a major dose of interactivity.
In other words, they encourage one on one interaction. Bloggers express their opinions, as well as connect to other bloggers and web resources, and readers respond by expressing their opinions in the form of “comments”.
This interaction is what “social networking” is all about – … (1 comments)

blogging: Finding Interesting Content for Your Blog - 12/31/09 05:42 PM
One of the biggest problems that beginning bloggers have is knowing what to blog about. Either they think they can’t write very well, or they just don’t have very many ideas. Well if you’re in that boat, here’s a tip you may find helpful.
Try writing about what other people are saying about your topic or niche. Find two or three other blogs in your niche…read what they have to say…and if you find an interesting post, write about it. I call this blog skimming.
Say your blog is about real estate in your local community. A typical blog skimming post … (1 comments)

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