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Invited to BloggerSkills.com

A few weeks ago, Rex invited me to write at his new site www.bloggerskills.com. Today, I decided to take him up on his offer, and so wrote a new article called “Comments Never Hurt Anyone”. I thought it was an appropriate title for a blog all about blogging! I think Im starting to be recognised […]

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How To Develop Income Streams

We’ve all seen it before. “Lets start a blog or a website that will be really easy to get up and running, then we’ll put some free internet content on it, then we’ll cover the page with Adsense and wait for the millions to roll into the account.” You tell your friends to go to […]

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My Update

Phew! What a week this has been. It all started with the idea that I could turn the domain GolfChum.com into something really big. One week later, and loads of people are telling me what a good idea it is. Now I’ve just got to finish making the thing! Earlier on this week, my traffic […]

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My First Online Venture – GolfChum.com

I’ve been blogging for a fair few months here on Blogtrepreneur.com and previously on my Blogger account. In this time I have managed to build relationships with fellow young entrepreneurs and I have managed to work out that money is not everything in life – building relationships and building reputable systems within the workplace are […]

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To Be or Not To Be Anonymous

I just wanted to touch on this topic because even though I use my name “Adnan” on this blog and in my other internet ventures, I don’t like putting my full name on the internet. Now call me mad, paranoid or simply foolish, but I am still cautious about putting my information on the net. […]

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Why do you Blog?…for Pride

Now this part on the Series of Why Do You Blog? may be the most subtle and rare reason for blogging, but nevertheless, I thought I would outline some of the major points involved and a few case study examples of Blogging For Pride. According to Wikipedia, refers to “a strong sense of self-respect, a […]

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Website Downtime

Yesterday, you may have experienced some difficulties when trying to access Blogtrepreneur.com. Also, the same might have happened a week ago. I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. The cause of the problem was that my webhost called Frozen Webhost was moving my site to a new and much faster “AMD64 3800+ with 2 […]

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Breaking Barriers 24/7

Today when I woke up, and logged into my computer, I felt a huge sense of achievement. In my sidebar, I noticed that I had managed to reach 51 subscribers to Blogtrepreneur. The breaking of the “50 barrier” even though I had not set that as a goal, seemed to be highely significant, and thus […]

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