{Blogging Tips}: Best Posts from the ProBlogger Event 2012

by Catherine on October 16, 2012

in Blogosophy

If like me you missed the Problogger Event 2012 in Melbourne over the weekend… not to worry! There’re still plenty of ways to swot up on the tricks of the trade as presented by a selection of Australia’s most successful bloggers. If you happen to have a spare $200 you can buy a Virtual Pass from the Problogger website and access audio recordings of all the training seminars plus the slides from each session. If you don’t, I’ve complied here a list of my favourite posts by bloggers who participated at #pbevent and have distilled the best bits for our consideration… I’ll be updating the list as more posts are published over the week, so if you’re keen on the blogging tips, keep checking back!

♥ Sarah Wilson on all the ways to make money from blogging.
♥ Fat Mum Slim on how to build your online community.
♥ Allison from Life in a Pink Fibro on tips from writing a better blog with a view to monetising your writing & how to know if book publishers are looking at your blog… and what exactly they’re looking for.
♥ Alison from Blog Zombie on 58 ways to get noticed as a new blogger.
♥ Nikki from Styling You on how to get brands knocking on your blog’s door.
♥ Sarah from A Beach Cottage on how to dream up blogging ideas that spark… and turn them into sparkles.
♥ Adam on the best 9 things he learned at Problogger about becoming a web entrepreneur.
♥ Rach from In Spaces Between with a full wrap-up of the key points from her favourite panels. This girls is thorough… and her part II post is coming soon!

If you’ve written about Problogger or have stumbled across a great post on the event, please let me know in the comments & I’ll add it here!

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Nikki @ Styling You

Thanks for sharing my link and I’d encourage anyone who can afford it to get the virtual pass – I’m going through all the audios from the sessions I missed. It’s SO good.



Thanks for this roundup of links – so useful! I guess I now know what I will be reading and implementing this afternoon!



Can’t wait to read the links you post. They look super useful and interesting.


Sweet Lime and Spiced Tea

Thank you for sharing these links catherine! Lots of useful info xx jas


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