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August 10, 2006

How I Blog Series

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Our How I Blog series continues with a few new posts over the last couple of days.

It’s not too late to join in. Drop us a note at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz with your submission telling us ‘How I Blog’. Be sure to include a photo of yourself or your blogging space and we’ll include it in your entry.

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August 8, 2006

How I Blog.. but not *that* How I Blog…

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No, it’s not about our How I Blog series, but Jason Kottke has written a post outlining how he blogs that’s of interest:

When I’m deciding what links to post here, I’m essentially curating ideas, collecting them to “send” to you (and to myself, in a way). And unconsciously, these seven points factor into my decision on what to post here.

Read the rest of his post to see his 7 thoughts… all of which are worth reading…

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How I Blog: Diane Ensey

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This is the 34th post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Diane Ensey, Blogger.

With five blogs (one of which is just starting up) to blog for, I find that organization and time management is key. Most important is to get at least one post online in the morning (preferably two or three) and then at least one more in mid-afternoon. What I find is that hits the biggest readership of the day (noon and right after work).

I read over 1000 blogs a day via RSS and usually go through them quickly, flagging ones that I want to come back to according to which blog they may be appropriate for. I use Omea Reader, which makes it easy to flag an article to find it later. Although I try not to during this phase, I often do stop and blog when I find something that triggers an idea.

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August 7, 2006

How I Blog: Ujwal Tickoo

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This is the 35th post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Ujwal Tickoo

Ujwal Tickoo, Professional Blogger.

I am passionate about studying and learning about Marketing, Strategy, People, and Businesses in the Software and IT Industry. My brain is thus often analysing stuff about the happenings in the Tech Industry. My Blogging philosophy is simple: “Go With the Flow”. I let the flow of ideas in my mind translate into blog posts.

All my ideas come from analysing and reflecting over my personal experiences in the Industry (about 10 years) and the current happenings.

I am an old-style guy who types in the url of these websites instead of getting bombarded with RSS feeds. I visit many blogs and news sites and have some favorites.

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August 1, 2006

How I Blog: Russ Uphold

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This is the 33rd post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Russ Uphold, Bald Fat Guy, Police Officer, Blogger.

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Half of my blogs are composed during my lunch break at work. It’s kind of an Oprah/Carney Wilson diet fad attempt that I began years ago. The concept is relatively simple, if I am spending my break typing, I am burning some calories and not eating. So far, I think that I’ve gained forty-three pounds. I blame the weight gain on my lack of time spent in the gym because I end up sitting at home reading through hundreds of blogs created by other people while munching cold hot dogs and Oreo’€™s. No, I don’t mix them together. That would just be gross.

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July 31, 2006

How I Blog: Sarah Falcon

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This is the 32nd post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Sarah Falcon, Blogger

Sarah Falcon

Dangerously. I’m an early morning worker/blogger. When I’m feeling really brave, I’ll blog after my double-expresso, shot of milk, dash of cinnamon coffee. That’s usually when the post-modernism references/bad jokes come in.

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July 16, 2006

How I Blog: Brian Yalung

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This is the 31st post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

How I Blog: Brian Yalung, MBA, Blogger

For years I have acted as a writer and columnist to several local and business organizations, mostly on the field of Information Technology. Most of these article contributions were out of charity and acted more on providing relevant content for the newsletters and the public newspapers that everyone could see. In short, the only actual reward I wanted was acknowledgement and the chance to be known as a writer.

Brian Yalung

A few years back, blogging become so popular that I checked it out. Well, this new hype that the Internet has given towards the Internet enthusiasts has drawn a lot of attention and raves, allowing any person anywhere, to be able to express his or her inner self for the world to see. Some even go to the extent of making a business out of it, which I guess is pretty obvious with the scheme that most search engines such as Google and its Adsense schematics and other affiliate marketing strategies. It has been said that most people earn a lot from it, hence making it only but natural that most people would bite and try out this new fad. Unfortunately, I don’€™t see it that way as far as I am concerned. I have a lot of ideas running around in my mind, but the thought of earning never really crossed my mind. So seeing that Blogging was similar to that of what I really do in actual article writing, well, the rest is history. I had my first big break writing articles for a word content organization based in the Philippines, but unfortunately, due to misunderstandings, the relationship was cut short.

I soon found myself focusing on blogging. I blogged regularly at the Marketing Shack, putting to use my MBA knowledge, with special focus on brand marketing and marketing strategies. Not content, I even put up some personal blog sites, some type of relaxation and unwinding activities to put off some steam especially during internal conflicts which I choose not to discuss with friends. My favorite blogs where I usually pour my heart out and speak my mind is at the Daddy and Daughter Times, Diary of Love and Miracles, and Technology and Tricks. Now, given the breaks and vote of confidence, I have been given the opportunity to join a group of professionals to revive a good business site, that of which is Biziki, for pleasure of course. This all the more allows me to provide business and career tips based on experience and actual knowledge from the graduate level viewpoint, something I know will benefit most up and coming ambitious career oriented individuals. But most importantly, it provides a stress release therapy on my part, especially when pressured times set in.

In all, I blog and write for the sake of putting together thoughts in my mind and composing them in such a way to make it look professional. Focus and attention on my surroundings, past experiences, own critique and maybe a word or two to draw the usual adsense and keyword search for search engines make up my entire undertaking as far as blogging and content writing is concerned. Oh and before I forget to mention it, enjoying through expressing and sharing with a target market audience about what I know is also what I call an icing on the entire endeavor.

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July 10, 2006

How I Blog: Rambix

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This is the 30th post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Rambix, Rabble-Rouser, Blogger

I blog not for fame or fortune, but because of a deep, burning passion to expose the mainstream media (MSM) for their hypocritical coverage of crime, criminals, and societal degenerates in general. I’€™m also propelled by a strong sense of justice – real justice, not one-year-in-jail-and-thirty-years-of-probation justice (*actual sentence just handed down in Minnesota to a child molester).

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How I Blog: Amit Agarwal

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This is the 29th post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Amit Agarwal, Technology Blogger, Digital Inspiration

I am professional blogger based in India. My blog, Digital Inspiration, covers technology news and analysis, software reviews, web apps, productivity tips and things that I find interesting on the internet. Prior to blogging, I was working with ADP in Hyderabad. I have been blogging for some two years now and have learned lot of good things during this period.

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July 6, 2006

How I Blog: Duncan Riley, b5media

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This is the 28th post in our “How I Blog” series. To read the rest, visit the archives. Interested in participating? Drop us a note about ‘How I Blog’ along with a photo or yourself or your blogging space at tips [at] blogmedia [dot] biz.

Duncan Riley, Vice President, Operations, b5media, professional blogger

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Unlike many of the other excellent contributions to this series at The Blog Herald, I won’t rehash my history in terms of why I blog, indeed you’ll find that in the archives here at The Blog Herald itself, but I thought I’d take a look at the structural layout of how I blog, because although I’m enjoying blogging a lot more these days (not writing The Blog Herald helps :-) ) the lessons I learnt from my 3 years with The Blog Herald still apply.

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