Written on January 17th, 2007 at 06:01 am by Darren Rowse

Ingredients of Effective Blogging - Solitude

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Presentation Zen posted a new years message that I missed until today (when I saw a link to it form Pimp Your Work) which hit the spot for me today.

It was a post on Solitude as being an important ingredient for effective business presenters.

Their post included this video:

I think everything they write could be applied to bloggers:

“Perhaps one reason why many business presentations blogs are so poor is that people bloggers today just do not have enough time to step back and really assess what is important and what is not. They often fail to bring anything unique or creative to the presentation blog, not because they are not smart or creative beings, but because they did not take the time alone to slow down and contemplate the problem. I’m not saying that more “alone time” is a panacea for a lack of ideas or that it necessarily leads to more creativity, but I think you will be pleasantly surprised if you can create more time every day, every week, month, and year to experience solitude. For me at least, solitude helps achieve greater focus and clarity while also allowing me to see the big picture.”

Solitude (or at least time alone to reflect, ponder and consider life and your topic) is one of the first things to go when life gets busy - but if I were to graph my solitude time vs my productivity and creativity levels I’m sure there would be a direct correlation.

Written on January 17th, 2007 at 02:01 am by Darren Rowse

Speedlinking 17 January 2007

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Written on January 17th, 2007 at 12:01 am by Darren Rowse

Visual PageRank Tool

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Here’s a fun little tool - Visual PageRank which gives you a quick visualization of every link on any given page.

So on a section of a site like my header you get this visual representation of page ranks of the links there:

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I’m not sure that it’s really that useful - but it is fun to see what your own internal pages are ranked at if you have a large list of them like this.

Written on January 16th, 2007 at 11:01 am by Darren Rowse

Does Blog Design Matter in an Age of Feed Readers?

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Paolo Amoroso sent me an email this week asking:

Why do you emphasize blog design? After all, many users follow blogs via news readers. Is it known what fraction of users use a news reader as opposed to regularly accessing blog sites?

Good question Paolo. There are a number of factors to consider when answering it.

1. The Rise of News Readers - You’re right that more and more people are using news readers to read blogs. I’m finding that the numbers of readers doing this on all my blogs is on the rise (some more than others). As a result there are more and more loyal readers who can be reading your posts but who never actually visit your site and see its design.

2. RSS Readership vs Actual Visitors Varies - The number of readers using RSS and News readers to follow blogs seems to vary greatly from blog to blog. For example here at enternetusers the percentage seems fairly high (these days it seems that around 60% of PB readers follow the site via RSS). This is for a number of reasons including the topic (bloggers are a fairly RSS Savvy lot) and I run full feeds and not excerpts (so people can read my full posts without having to click through to the site). However on other sites that I run or work with at b5 the percentage of RSS readers to actual site visitors is much lower (it can be as low at 5%).

3. People Still Visit Sites - While RSS readership will probably continue to increase there are still a lot of readers who visit the actual site and who will see your blog’s design. These groups include:

  • Comment Leavers and Readers - to this point the only way to leave a comment on blogs (or to read what others have written in comments and trackbacks) is to actually visit them. I’ve seen a few people working on ways to run comment from RSS but to this point have not seen anything workable or that has been widely adapted. Similarly, people need to visit sites to participate in polls and other interActive blog features and tools.
  • Feed Excerpts - this isn’t the place for a debate on full or partial feeds on blogs - but the fact is that partial/excerpt feeds are still popular with many bloggers and this means that their feed subscribers need to click through to the actual blog to read full posts.
  • SE users - while news readers are growing in popularity people continue to head to Google, Yahoo and MSN in their millions to find information online and these people click through to your actual site. Their first impression will often be to do with your blog’s design.
  • Referral Traffic - another major source of traffic for many sites is the links that other sites give them. Again, it’s your actual site that visitors will end up on and first impressions count.
  • Bookmarks - whether it be bookmarks on social bookmarking sites like Digg or Delicious or bookmarks in browsers - a lot of web users will visit sites directly in this way.
  • Bloggers - in chatting to a group of bloggers about their RSS reading habits I found that quite a few of them would find things to read via their feed readers but that they wouldn’t read the posts in the feed reader but instead preferred to open it in a new tab on their browser. They would scan their feeds for a few minutes and open up a number of stories that interested them in new tabs to read later. As I heard them talk about this I realized it’s what I do too. The feed reader helps me narrow down what I want to read but I only read it there about 50% of the time and the other 50% I prefer to click through to the actual site.

4. The ‘Average’ User - News readers are being adopted more widely (especially with more browsers and operating systems incorporating them), however I suspect that they are still a way off going mainstream and are still being picked up and used more by the early(ish) adopter who has a techie background. The normal/average web user is still being educated and may never move to news readers. Ask your parents, neighbors and work mates how they find information online and you’ll find the majority of them are using Google and that most of them have not even heard of RSS or news aggregation.

5. Converting Readers to being loyal RSS Subscribers - how do you get someone to subscribe to your RSS feed? I’ve not seen any studies on this so will go from my own experience of subscribing to a few hundred feeds. I generally subscribe to someone’s feed from their actual site (having arrived at it via a search engine, referral link or bookmarking site. Ultimately for me what I look for is content that appeals to my own interests. However I’ll admit that design does impact whether I subscribe or not (it’s not the biggest factor, but it does contribute). Even though I may never see the design again - I guess I make some sort of judgment on how seriously the blogger is taking their blog by how it looks.

I hope these jumbled thoughts are making some sense. Ultimately I can see why some might think design matters less these days (and perhaps it does to some extent), but I still believe that it is important in creating first impressions, drawing people into your content, creating loyalty among readers etc.

But what do others think? Does blog design matter in an age of feed readers?

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Written on January 16th, 2007 at 04:01 am by Darren Rowse

Speedlinking - 16 January 2007

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Still wading through my inbox. Here are a few more links from the last week (more to come).

Written on January 16th, 2007 at 12:01 am by Darren Rowse

How Blogs Will Merge with Other Types of Websites in 2007

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Chris asks Is 2007 the year for Blog Communities in the wake of a number of blogs adding forums to their blogs in recent times.

I’m not sure it’s the year of ‘blog communities’ as such - but I definitely think it’s the year that we’ll increasingly see blogs merging with and becoming more integrated with other types of websites. It’s already been happening over the last 12 months but 2007 will see it happening more and more.

The experimentation with integration of forums and blogs is one example of this - but there are others:

video and audio - more and more blogs are integrating video blogging and podcasting into their regular posting. This is particularly happening on group blogs and blogs which have serious investment behind them. The Blogging Times is an example of this with a regular video feature.

job boards - the last few months of surf Active Apparel website 1cecilia28 zone.saw numerous blogs adding job boards. Expect to see more blogs doing it and to see more services that make it easier and easier to do it.

portals - blogs are (and will continue) to look less and less like the traditional blog and are becoming more modular in how they present themselves - drawing content from a variety of different sources and presenting themselves in hub like manner.

e-resources - I was surprised that there were less bloggers releasing e-books in surf Active Apparel website 1cecilia28 zone.than I expected and wonder whether I was just ahead of myself. To me it seems like a natural progression for bloggers to find other ways to monetize their blogs than just by using advertising and by promoting other people’s products via affiliate programs. My expectation is that bloggers will take the content that they produce and repackage it for sale in other forms (e-books, courses and the like).

RSS - everyone is predicting how RSS will go mainstream this year with it’s integration into Vista and other services but I’m not seeing too many people write about how this will impact bloggers. It’s going to take a bit of a mind shift for some of us who monetize our blogs via people actually visiting our blogs. Bloggers are going to have to come to terms with the way news readers will impact not only how they present their blogs but also how readers interact with them (via comments for example). As a result I think we’ll see new services develop to help not only monetize RSS better but also how to get people actually interacting with content.

Widgets - the MyBlogLog widgets appearing on every third blog over the last two months is just the beginning of a new wave of widgets that we’ll see emerge this year. They’ve been coming for 12 or so months now but developers will realize the potential of widgets more and more in the coming months and will product more and more useful widgets to add functionality to blogs.

Mobile Web - I’m getting asked more and more questions from bloggers about how to optimize a blog for people viewing it on mobile devices. Expect to see bloggers grappling with this and catering for the mobile reader increasingly.

I’m certain we’ll see plenty more examples how blogs will become more fuzzy around the edges and step out of their traditional set up.

What other ways will this happen in 2007? I’m interested to see and hear about examples if you’ve got them too.

PS: It strikes me as I look at the above list that the average blogger who is barely able to keep their head above water and post to their blog a few times a week that this list might seem a little overwhelming. While some will be excited by where things are headed - others might be commenting….

How will I add video? Do I have what it takes to optimize my blog for mobile users? I don’t know how to add a job board or add portal features!

I’d add a one comment if this is how you’re feeling:

services will emerge - much of what I’ve written about above is already happening (and has been for some time) on some blogs.

What I think we’ll see in the next 12+ months is for some of it to become more common and for services to pop up to make it possible for the average blogger to do them.

Job board services are emerging, developers are working on ways to integrate blogs and forums more seamlessly, services like YouTube have emerged to make video blogging easier etc.

A few years back predictions were made about blogs with categories and integrated comments - but those of us who were not techy didn’t know if we’d ever be able to do that on our own blogs because we couldn’t do the code. Of course virtually every blog platform now has it as a standard feature.

Don’t be overwhelmed by it - in the coming year new services and features will be added to blog platforms that make things possible that we could only have dreamed about a few months back.

Written on January 15th, 2007 at 01:01 pm by Darren Rowse

I’ll be at ad:tech Sydney in February

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Are any readers heading to adTech in Sydney in February?

I’ll be arriving the morning of 7th and flying out on the evening of the 8th but would be keen to meet any others who are there.

I know Des Walsh is going to be there and from what he says Rick Bruner will be also.

I’m going to attend as ‘press’ and won’t be speaking but am keen to hear some of those in the line up (including Des and Rick).

Perhaps we should organize a Bloggers Beer night or something on 7th.

Update: Des and I are keen to do a meet up on the evening of the 7th but as we’re both not that familiar with Sydney’s CBD we’re wondering if anyone knows of any good spots? It’s a Wednesday night and we’ll be at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney at 488 George St so somewhere close by would be great (and somewhere where we can hear each other talk would be preferable). Any Sydney folk got any suggestions?

Written on January 15th, 2007 at 09:01 am by Darren Rowse

Thanking Tony…. BTW, he’s joining the enternetusers Team

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I should also publicly thank Tony Hung for his wonderful guest posting here at enternetusers over the last week.

Tony produced some great quality posts last week that were widely linked to around the blogosphere and which obviously generated a lot of conversation (so far his 5 posts have had around 370 comments left on them - a record at PB for 5 consecutive posts).

Over his five posts he wrote around 10,000 words, he managed to lift enternetusers’s Feedburner counter up by over 1000 over it’s previous average for a few days there and after being featured on Digg at least once got actual site visitors up considerably too.

Check out the incoming links Tony generated last week on Technorati:

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Ultimately I was very happy to log in when I returned to my computer yesterday to see the results of the week. Tony went above and beyond what I expected of him and as usual when I have a guest blogger take over while I’m gone this blog improved considerably.

Thank you Tony.

Tony’s Joining the enternetusers Team

It will be no surprise to anyone after seeing how things went this week to know that I’ve asked Tony to join enternetusers as a regular contributer.

Tony will be writing a weekly column on Thursdays (that’s Thursdays his time and Fridays my time). His column will have a similar focus to his posts of this last week in that they will help readers to grow and improve their blog.

When I asked him what he wanted to write about Tony said it’d be on ‘good blogging habits‘.

I’m looking forward to seeing what he comes up with and hope readers will enjoy hearing more from Tony.

Written on January 15th, 2007 at 09:01 am by Darren Rowse

Speedlinking 15 January 2007

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I’m back from my week off and now the massive task of clearing my inbox and sorting through the many thousands of unread items in my news reader begins.

In doing so I’m going to do a few speedlinking posts over the next 24 hours to catch up on some of the news that broke while I was gone and to point to some of the more useful links that people have recommended. Here’s part 1 of what I missed while I was away:

  • I’m being interviewed on Shoemoney’s Net Income Show on Wednesday (my time - or Tuesday night US time) and Jeremy is inviting people to submit questions for the interview - those of you unable to listen in live can download it later.
  • There’s been quite a few emails in my inbox asking if Google have done a page rank update of some kind. From what I can see there’s definitely been a reshuffle going on.
  • Yaro has been writing a series asking Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Professional Blogger? (3 parts so far) which unpacks some of the issues around going Pro and what it takes.
  • theSandbox has a WP plugin that might be useful for bloggers wanting to rotate ads in their blog called WPAds
  • If you’re in the Amazon Associates program you might well be one of the many publishers who get frustrated with the hit and miss timing on the reports that they give. Some days they are on time, other days they are late and some days they don’t show up at all. Gene at AffiliateBrand has put together a free service to notify publishers the moment daily reports are posted.
  • Nick Wilson has resigned from Performancing and Chris Garrett is the new CEO - while we’d all seen the changes going on at Performancing this past few weeks this was something of a surprise to me. Good luck to both Nick and Chris in the transition.

More speedlinking later today.

Written on January 12th, 2007 at 05:01 pm by Tony Hung

A Few Last Lessons On Blogging

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The blogosphere’s a tough place. And to create a blog that survives and thrives under absolutely Darwinian conditions isn’t easy. Since this business week is coming to a close, I’d like to share a few universal lessons that I’ve learned over the past six months that have allowed me to enjoy a few successes that I’ve had, such as being paid for blogging, getting hired, then promoted, at a blog news magazine, growing a personal blog that cracked the Technorati 5000, and have it be mentioned by major blogs to mainstream sites, and of course, being offered this plum guest blogging spot. Oh, and all the while continuing with my medical residency.

1. Are you willing to do what it takes?
For the vast majority of you, you will try to start a blog AND have a life at the same time. A job. A spouse. Perhaps a kid of three. Relationships with your friends. TV to catch up on. Every single day you’re going to have a laundry list of reasons NOT to blog. And the fact is that this is going to be the case for any worthwhile extra curricular activites you’re going to want to do, whether they be learning how to invest in real estate, start a part time business, or learning how to ride a motorcycle. It sure looks like I hit a nerve with my first post, when I commented on the time commitment. Without beating a dead horse, let me rephrase things in a different perspective.

Are you willing to do what it takes to succeed in blogging? How dedicated ARE you to making it “work”? How dedicated would you be to ANY extra curricular project that you want to do? Life is short, and the number of extra hours you have in a day or week are limited. Don’t waste it on squandered and half-done efforts. Life is going to hurl all kinds of obstacles at you to prevent you from your blogging success. Ask yourself first — are you going to let it? Get that question out of the way, and answer it honestly. If you find there are other things you’d rather do, or other things that are more important, that’s fine. But have the awareness that to achieve a certain level of success will require you to take away time, energy, and attention from something you’re currently doing right now. And if you find that doing those things, whichever they may be for you, is more important than blogging, then its time to reconsider your blogging goals. Being a hobbyist blogger is fine, but I’m presuming that’s not the reason why you’re on this website, nor reading this post.

2. Find a mentor
What? You want to do this without having to talk to anyone or depend on anyone else? Get over it. You need to find someone who has done it before and who is willing, for a lack of a better phrase, to be your friend. Yes, they’re not easy to find, but in your checking out of other blogs, keep your eye out for potential individuals who might fit the bill for you. Don’t let the word “mentor” freak you out. All I mean is finding someone who is willing to answer emails, instant messages, and answer your questions about the challenges you’re facing and how to overcome them. A good mentor is available, friendly, and isn’t afraid to tell you the truth. A good mentor will also feed you opportunities, and extend their own personal network with you. Hey, as I said — you need to find a friend with experience. How do you find one?

It isn’t always easy particularly because any blogger who is worth is salt is busy. Real busy. But keep your eye out for blogs when you’re surfing. Try and find blogs that have a similar interest as your own. Then narrow it down to bloggers that actually respond to email. Be nice. Be courteous. Be helpful. And by no means should you straight out ASK for their help with your blogging career right off the bat. Always remember that they’re busy, and that they could be doing something else OTHER than replying back to your email. Let it evolve naturally. Participate on their blog. Or, their forum, if they have one. Reply back to their own posts with posts on your OWN blog. Send them useful information once you get to know what they need or want. If a relationship develops, you’ll know because they’ll be interested in replying to your emails or instant messages. Maybe they’ll start asking your opinion on things. The idea is over time, hopefully they’ll start taking an interest in YOU. If you find that they are not replying emails, or they’re not taking an interest in your affairs, don’t take it personally. Move on. But don’t give up.

3. Network like your life depended on it
Scary business, as I’m sure many of you are the introverted type who don’t cotton well to approaching strangers and striking up a conversation. Heck, I know I am to certain extent. I’m not sure how to say this other than to say “get over it”. You’ll accelerate your success if you find a mentor, or someone who has experience who is willing to be a good friend, and you’ll also accelerate your success if you just plain ol’ have more online “friends” period, and I don’t mean people you forward jokes to. I mean people who have a strategic worth to your blog and your blogging career. Sure, it sounds mercenary, but again, the benefit of a strong network is absolutely huge in blogging. A good network of contacts wil provide you with leads to stories, new blogging jobs, a foot-in-the-door to blog networks, introduce you to bigger and better bloggers, in addition to things like mentions and link-backs in their posts, potential interview subjects, more participation in YOUR blog and so on. So, how do you network?

I’ve found its most helpful to do it the old fashion way — and not much different than finding a mentor. Surf blogs. Read loads of blogs. Email the authors. Start an interaction. Then follow up with other emails that they might find helpful. Keep contact regularly. Don’t let your friends grow stale. Be good to them, and see if they’re good to you. Again, if they’re not, don’t take it personally, and move on. But if they do, help them with their own blogging relationships. Introduce them to who you know. Maybe there’s someone who you know that can help them with their problem. The more you can help your new friends, the more they’ll find you useful to them, and the easier it will be to ask for favours when needed.

4. Spend time working ON your blog, not just IN your blog
So I’m going to regard the whole issue of “creating quality content regularly” to be a given. You need to do that, and without creating great content all else is moot. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Having said that, don’t forget to spend time working on all the other things OTHER than creating great content. I know — where are you going to find the time for THAT? Well, that’s a topic for another discussion. But if you *don’t* spend time on working “On” your blog, and not “In” your blog, you’ll find that all of your blogging efforts at creating great content will have gone for naught. No one will visit your blog. No one will comment on your blog. And you’ll feel frustrated, disappointed and a little cynical. So what are the “other” activies that need to be taken care of on a regular basis? Marketing’s a big one. A huge one. For every hour you spend writing, you should spend some time marketing.

You’ll have to decide what that ratio is, but the more you DO spend on it, the greater your return will be. And it can be all kinds of things. Seeding your post with links. Participating on other blogs. Submitting your site to StumbleUpon. Heck, I wrote a post on it already. Another is analyzing your blog’s log files. See where people are coming from. what posts do people find useful. What links are people clicking on. How long they’re staying on your site. Actually, measuring metics is a post in and of itself, but understanding where people are going and what people ar edoing on your site is pure gold, because it provides real time feedback on what you’re doing.

Long story short: You must spend time working other things AROUND your blog, not just the blog content. Both are necessary for survival and success.

5. Of course its a Marathon — I just wanted to remind you.

Even if you’re a lousy writer and spend almost NO time on marketing, if you’re willing to stick through it, you’ll discover something interesting. After a while, your competitors will start dropping out. The fact is that out of the tens of thousands of blogs that are started every day, only a tiny fraction will exsit after a few weeks, and less after a few months, and even less after a year. People get discouraged. There are other priorities in their lives. Life moves on. All are perfectly legitimate. But, it should be some solace to the seriously interested among you, because by just surviving, you’ll have outlasted a significant portion of your competition.

And in that way, although its great to have a sense of immediacy, a sense like “I gotta do it now”, just remember: Blogging isn’t a sprint — although there will be times when it feels like you’re running for your life. Blogging’s a marathon. If you’re willing to do what it takes, you must be willing to do it for the “long term”. Blogging in short and erratic bursts will never earn you the kind of audience you deserve. And you’ll never gain the respect from your fellow bloggers that they ought to give you. It takes time — perhaps months, not days or weeks — before reach the goals you set out for initially. And it takes time to reach the right amount of ‘escape velocity’ to separate and elevate yourself from the rest of the pack. The downside is that someone’s got to be producing fresh content. And someone’s got to spend time actually promoting your blog. Most of the time it’ll be you. But the upside is that if you’re willing to stick with it, your dogged determination will be a reward in and of itself as many of your would-be competitors will quit.

Blogging isn’t easy by any means, and many find it a long and hard road to travel before they find any personal success, cash or even validation. Sites like this are excellent because they give you tips and tricks on how to monetize your blog. But in my months as a blogger, I’ve found that the most important things I’ve learned about growing a blog have nothing to do with adsense positioning (mostly because I don’t have any ads on my site), the nuts and bolts of copywriting, or even the ins and outs of how to make Wordpress “work”. Those are all part of the finer details in blogging.

The most important things involve having the resolve to doing the thing, finding friends to help you out and commiserate when things have gone lousy, and plain old sticking with it. These might seem like tired old platitudes, but I find that if we don’t do some of these “higher order” things right, things that we intuitively know, but perhaps aren’t executing well … well, none of the details will make much of a difference in the long run.

By no means will these things guarnatee your success, but these are things that I’ve noticed that worked for me. And hopefully they’ll give you the best chance at success as well.

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Although the week continues for a few more days, this is the end of the business week, and I thought I would say a few things now (I will continue to post a few smaller things this weekend, don’t worry).

I’d like to thank Kevin for giving me this tremendous opportunity. It showed a great deal of faith to be putting his baby in the hands of a single blogger, who, incidentally, doesn’t blog “full time”, doesn’t really post “tips” and “how-to’s”, and who doesn’t even monetize his blog at the moment (shocking!). Many thanks to the community here of enternetuserss and aspiring enternetuserss. Darren mentioned a few things about the community here, but he neglected to mention how amazingly warm and welcoming you would all be.

This past week I hope that my contributions to the site have provided something worthwhile for your time and attention, because its been a blast writing them for you all.

But by the same token, I’m looking forward to resuming my neglected duties as a poster and assistant editor at the BlogHerald, helping my buddy Thord over at BloggerTalks with some upcoming interviews, and continuing my own poor neglected blog at DeepJiveInterests.com. I had hopes of continuing them all to some degree this week, but the time to create the kind of posts that would make Darren proud required a little more time than I had anticipated.

Good luck to you all in all of your blogging endeavors, and should you want to tell me how things are going, always feel free to drop me a line at anthony{dot}hung{at}gmail.com

Cheers,
Tony Hung.



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