Archives for May 2016

Check out the New Blogging Tools Page

Over the weekend, I had the chance to create something I’ve been thinking about putting together for a quite a while now: a resource page with recommended blogging tools. This should come in handy if you’re launching a new blog or trying to improve an existing one. In it, I made sure to only include […]

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Technical Blogging’s First Survey Results

Last week I asked my readers to take a brief survey. It’s only fair that I share the aggregated results here. Without much ado, here they are. Q: On a scale from 1 to 10 how would you rate TechnicalBlogging.com’s content in terms of usefulness? Overall your responses were quite positive. Most, in the admittedly […]

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Please take my brief blogging survey

Please take a moment to complete the following quick blogging survey. Now that I’m publishing content on a weekly basis, I think it becomes particularly important to incorporate feedback from readers like you. It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. Thank you very much. TAKE THE SURVEY      

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Marketing Won’t Save You

Programmers and other technical people tend to underestimate the importance of marketing. There is, in fact, a common dislike for marketing within many technical communities. In this blog, I talk a lot about promoting your content, building a mailing list, social media, etc, because marketing can do wonders for your site/project/career. Though I’ve advocated (here […]

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Creating a Freebie to Convert Visitors into Subscribers

One of the best things you can do to grow your audience as a blogger is to have a mailing list. Instead of having people stumble upon your blog only to leave and perhaps never return after an initial visit, the idea is to capture their email addresses (with their consent, of course), so that […]

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