April 17, 2010

Blogging Heroes p.3

Brad Hill - Weblogs, Inc.
A blog can support and extend the life of a book.
Steve Rubel - Micro Persuasion
If you want people to come to your blog, you must offer them something of value.
Rebbecca Lieb - clickZ
Before starting a blog, be sure you have more than one thing to say; create a list of a half-dozen or more ideas.
Deidre Woollard - Luxist
The regular commenters among a blog's readership can keep writers in touch with the overall audience.

Gary Lee - An Internet Marketing Website
A quality article to me is something that plants a seed in the mind of the reader.
Richard MacManus - Read/Write Web
Connect with other bloggers in the community who share your areas of interest.
Eric T. - Internet Duct Tape
The best way to learn about a subject is to share what you learn as you learn.
Victor Agreda, Jr. - DIY Life
The major challenge for bloggers today is to find fresh original material that is not simply an echo of what other blogs are doing.
Steve Garfield - Steve Garfield Video Blog
Because sharing videos tends to start strong relationships, as a vblogger, you can expect in-person contact.
Grant Robertson - Download Squad
Constantly engage the conversation in your field or subject area, on other blogs and in forums.

So this was the last part of the interviews with 30 of professional bloggers from around the world, i'm sure it will be useful to implement them on our blogs, and i hope that 30 of the best hints for blogging shared on this blog hoping it will help me and you to think differently about blogging as a profession.
So if you like to expand your knowledge, i recommend reading the Blogging Heroes: Interviews with 30 of the World's Top Bloggers from cover to cover because it contains 300 pages plenty of valuable hints and tips provided by skilled blogging experts.

wish you all great success.

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