It’s literally been ages ago since I blogged… I’ve been super busy traveling (had an awesome time in Thailand January – March 2011) and met quite a few awesome entrepreneurs and interner marketers. I’ve also been busy working on my own projects as well as client projects.
As a first step of getting back into blogging I’ve redesigned the blog, now using the theme JournalCrunch by Site5 instead of my previous custom theme. The past few months I’ve moved more and more towards just using stuff other people made (and just making minor changes) rather than spending hours creating my own themes etc. from scratch.
When it comes to blogging – it more or less comes down to content anyways right?
As a personal challenge for now I’m going to post at least once every week and not get hung up on ‘that I have to write on a specific topic’ or that ‘I have to at least write xxx words’. I don’t know why, but blogging has become quite a burden for me since I’ve put a lot of restrictions on myself – and I can’t really understand why.
I’m just going to write what I feel about (but still generally sticking to the topics of lifestyle design, passive income, internet/affiliate marketing, seo and other stuff I enjoy).
All right, talk to you soon.
For those of you that haven’t seen my project RoboBlogger yet, it’s a WordPress auto-blogging plugin that automatically posts content from Amazon, eBay, YouTube, article directories and quite a few more content sources.
RoboBlogger has been in private beta now for a few weeks, and I and a few beta testers have been testing out the new centralized platform. In these few weeks, RoboBlogger has been responsible for generating more than 103,469 blog posts (at the time of writing this blog post) on the series of blogs the plugin is running on.
I’m slowly and steadily opening up new beta slots and if you’re interested in trying out an awesome auto-blogging plugin for WordPress that will make you money while you sleep — you should pretty much sign up to the beta list now.
You can also follow RoboBlogger on Twitter for updates.
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