January 24, 2006

Great Find: Tlog Blogging Tips Series

published this at 9:11 am

Great Find: The Tlog Blogging Tips Series
Type of Article: A Growing Series of Articles on Setting Up and Running a Blog
Permalink: The Blogging Tips Series
Target Audience: Any blogger who wants to think about blogging or rethink the direction his or her blog is going.

Content: Pedro Timoteo, the Tlog owner and developer of this series is a network administrator. I’ve read through these posts and they put out in sequence the step-by-step basics of blogging. It’s well worth looking over for a thorough blog review. The organization has a programmer’s knack of parsing out knowledge in manageable chunks. They are delivered in language that is clear, accurate, and respectful of the reader. This belongs in everyone’s survival kit.

Look at this list.

Tlog Blogging Tips Series

What’s not to love about this? The thought that went into this series shows in the list alone.
AND there’s a whole blog beyond this.

–ME “Liz” Strauss

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2 Comments to “Great Find: Tlog Blogging Tips Series”

  1. January 25th, 2006 at 10:15 am
    » Blogging Tips: Compiled List said

    […] Liz over at sucessful blog has dug up an nicely compiled blogging tips primer on all the aspects of what every blogger should/needs/wants (to) know about blogging over on “The Tlog“.  I haven’t read through the entire e-book yet, but I’m bookmarking it as a reference as I’m sure I will return to it.  So, if your interested in learning more about the science of blogging, want to expand your blog knowledge, or are just bored and need something to read I recommend that you check it out.   […]

  2. February 16th, 2006 at 10:04 am
    Dorai’s Techlog » Blogs About Blogging said

    […] The Blogging Tip Series (thanks to ME Strauss) […]

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