Shannon Lilly - : Blogger Interviews

 Brief Intro about yourself? My name is Shannon Lilly and I love to blog, make money on line, learn and teach others to do the same that I do! I run several blogs including my favorites InfectedByBugs and How did you get started? This is actually a funny story… See I had been reading the big name blogs for some time. However I was getting tired of the virtually endless amounts of posts that they did on useless topics that were not about MMO or the Blogger themselves. I know BlueVerse agrees with me in this regard and thats one of the reasons I continue to read BlueVerse daily! BlueVerse was really my inspiration for starting, I have known Gnet for some time via forums and msn chat and when I found out he had a blog I was like “Dude, Link me Now”. After reading a couple of posts on here I decided I would like to take my hand at teaching others to make money on line. It has taken time to build up my blogs but I am now at around 650 to 710 rss readers on a daily basis. I

Javier - : Blogger Interviews

 Well first of all, thank you Ahson for interviewing me. My name is Javier but everybody call me Javo. Besides study Telecommunication’s Engineering, I blog at Mr. Javo dot Com, where I share online marketing information and blogging resources. I like to make money online and I help to other bloggers to explode their potential. How did you get started? The past year I was learning about blogging and internet marketing when I decided to create my own blog. I felt that I had many information to share about this topics and then I create a blog at Blogspot. In the next months, I decided to get my own self hosted blog because Blogspot became useless for me. That’s how Mr. Javo dot Com was born. Do you run your blog under any “Media” type site? Like I run mine under the control of No How long have you been blogging? Well, I started my blogspot on September 2007, but I get my own domain on January 2008. So, I can say that I have been blogging since 11 months ago. Whats your strate

Scott Weaver : - Blogger Interviews

 Interviewing Scott Weaver from Affiliate Toolbox Brief Intro about yourself? Hey, I’m Scott Weaver, I’m 25 and I live in sunny southern California. I’ve been an affiliate marketer since late 2006, but using computers since I could walk. I run several websites, with the most popular most likely being the Affiliate Toolbox. How did you get started? My dad always had several computers around the house. When I was about six or seven, he gave me a TRS-80 and a big book of BASIC. I tinkered with it and got a few things running. It wasn’t until I was about eleven years old that my dad helped me buy my own computer with a shared internet connection and I took a big interest in mIRC and its scripting capabilities. I made all kinds of add-ons for it and some of them were pretty popular. When I was thirteen, I had an online buddy who was pretty decent with some funny language called “Perl”, and he told me I could do a lot more with Perl so I gave it a shot. Right off the bat, I was making some i

A community project and something more entertaining.

 I got rid of some sites in my monthly workbox, so, it was time for new ones, and here I am trying to make new projects that make me money…eventually. I realized I was emphasizing on blogging way too much so I’m broadening back to the most general way to make money & I ended up with a directory and a forum, yea I know its way too over used, but hear me out here.. Linkdex, community project. Now the first thing in your mind around now would be: “Ahhh crap, not another one” But it’s not like that Yea i know you’ve heard that alot too, the main reason I wanted a directory is to be better at SEO, it sounds odd but yea that’s it’s purpose, I took a look at dmoz, the most common thing found there is relevancy and quality sites, so, all I have to do is review every single site listed before approving it, now this helps me improve my skills of relevancy, building authority while giving everyone on that site good links. To take this a bit further I removed all options of payment or reciproc

Jason Pereira - : Blogger Interviews

 Interviewing Jason Pereira from The University Kid Brief Intro about yourself? My name’s Jason Pereira, I’m a 17 year old university student in the second year of a four year business course. Currently stay in Dubai, United Arab Emirates but was born in India. Play around a lot as an online entrepreneur, and specialize in website flipping. How did you get started? Got started in the summer of 2007, was looking for a way to pass time online. Started writing articles for shitty rates ($2/article) but slowly grew to learn more and more about online business including Adsense, affiliate marketing, website and products sales. Started my blog a couple months later, but only started seriously developing it at the beginning of this year. Do you run your blog under any “Media” type site? Like I run mine under the control of Nope. Been meaning to get something like that developed, just because it would be cool but I’ve heard it’s a lot of work so I just use my name at the moment :)

Chad Ledford - : Blogger Interviews

 Interviewing Chad Ledford from 3tailer The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. Brief Intro about yourself? 3tailer, LLC is a niche online retail company with numerous websites selling a variety of products. For example, we have one website that sells stopwatches at is the corporate site and blog for the company. How did you get started? 3tailer was founded in 2005 by two friends and recent Appalachian State University graduates, Jon West and Chad Ledford, after winning “Most Likely to Succeed Online” in the annual Entrepreneurship contest. Do you run your blog under any “Media” type site? Like I run mine under the control of Nope. How long have you been blogging? 3+ years. Whats your strategy with your blog in general? We don’t have a particular strategy per say, we just write about topics we like and things that we think will help fellow entrepreneur

The best blogging frequency - 10hr rule

 Lately, I’ve been trying out this new strategy where I schedule posts for a certain time in the future right now, and since I had alot of posts (the interviews) I could try this out quite easily, I started out with a 10 hr rule, where I post once every 10 hours and see it’s effect on my RSS reader count, it had a really low impact on the reader count at first but then it bursted into 860 readers one day, since then the post frequency has been the same, so, yea I guess the post frequency schedule does have alot to offer, maybe even more then just rss readers. I realized that scheduling posts in wordpress is not only good for rss readers but for everything (in general) as well, I drew up some points here. More content More reasons for your visitors to come back again and again. Better practice for you as a blogger to meet deadlines without any consequences. After you have scheduled one post you have 10 hours to come up with another one, not too much pressure, ay? Try out scheduling, it