July 28, 2011
When I first started blogging, ProBlogger was one of
the first resources I (and likely a majority of new
bloggers) stumbled upon. At first, I found his common
sense tips great and spent hours browsing through the
archives. But, as time went along and his posts kept
coming at a rapid pace I began to become overloaded
with information. As I found myself not implementing
all the tips he fires at you I unsubscribed from his
blog and found bliss in my ignorance.
I ended up learning a lot on my own and even referred
back to problogger multiple times, but at this point
his site is best suited as a catch all repository for
blogging articles. You could easily spend all your time
reading his tip and implementing them on your blog
rather than actually learning and producing.
Like Spike, I also find that many of the same ideas
keep floating up which makes me even more inclined to
not read it daily. This wouldn't be a major flaw for
most authors but since Darren's brand is blogging, his
blog should entice you to keep checking back and
subscribing. For me, it doesn't.
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