Interview With World Famous Problogger Darren Rowse (video)

Gideon Shalwick from the Become A Blogger program, at which I’m a premium member, had the honors of making a video interview with one of the most famous bloggers in the world – Darren Rowse from Problogger.

In this 30 minutes video interview, Darren Rowse spills the beans on some very interesting subjects about blogging, such as:

  • What kind of person is suited for blogging and what certain skills are required in order to make an income from blogging.
  • How to discover great topics for your blog and examples on how to use mind mapping.
  • Some of the best content creation techniques Darren has used on his blogs including Problogger.
  • How to get more traffic and comments on to your blog – we all love traffic and comments – so pay extra attention to this part 🙂
  • How to keep a healthy balance in your life between blogging and everything else – I learned a thing or two from this one, thanks Mr. Rowse!
  • Common mistakes to avoid when blogging.

Besides covering the above subjects, and even more, Gideon Shalwick also explains how you can get a hold of two free videos from inside the paid Become A Blogger Premium membership site. Those videos will teach you how to get live video streaming on to your blog and how to embed affiliate links within a video – a really great tool for any affiliate marketeer.

The video interview itself with Darren Rowse is really powerful and I suggest all bloggers who’s not already a “pro blogger”, specially new bloggers, to watch and learn from this video – and Darren Rowse in general.

Interview with Problogger Darren Rowse

3 thoughts on “Interview With World Famous Problogger Darren Rowse (video)”

  1. It is a great video. I need to learn more about SEO and other stuff. Mind mapping tool is an amazing tool to create new posts idea. Good to see that he has included it in video.
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  2. Awesome video. It’s interesting to hear people who do this as a sport talk about it. The perspective turns it into a game to me. Thanks for the share. Ps. All about mind-maps too : )


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