July 4, 2009

I have just completed reading; what I consider to be an excellent book, “BLOGGING-100 SUCCESS SECRETS”.  The writer is Daniel Harris, copyright 2008.  The book is very comprehensive and answers questions such as:

  • The significance of blog traffic
  • Examples of a “group” blog
  • The importance of blog layouts to content
  • How to build more traffic to your web page and blog
  • Tips on how to blog and gain money doing so
  • The importance of blog pinging
  • How a template helps a blog
  • Blog editor: Choosing the best style for the category
  • Tricks for getting readers

There are segments on political blogs, entertainment blogs, food blogs, travel, sports, medical, education, books, celebrities and many others.  I always look for how efficient the writer is relative to “the mechanics” of writing; i.e. sentence structure, layout, punctuation, logical presentation of ideas, etc.  Mr. Harris did a commendable job in this department.  If you are looking for a good reference book on blogging, I would certainly recommend this 165 page paperback book.  The cost was under $20.00 and for a new blogger, worth the price.



  1. Hey nice post! I hope it’s ok that I shared this on my Twitter,
    if not, no worries just let me know and I’ll remove it.
    Regardless keep up the good work.


    • cielotech Says:

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