Problogger 2nd edition out now

Just a quick post today – I wanted to let you know that Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett have updated their excellent Problogger book with a second edition. The first was so good that I got two copies – one for me and another to give to a friend.

Darren says this in the e-mail he sent out about the book:

2 years is a long time in blogging and so it was time for an updated version – hence when Wiley asked us to do a 2nd edition we were only too pleased to do so.

This is an update of the 1st edition and not a complete rewrite – however there are a few significant updates including:

  • there have been many many small updates and changes throughout the book. New examples, screenshots, updates of new tools, a few deletions of references to old tools, an update to our stories in the intro etc.
  • we’ve removed a chapter on blog networks – things have changed a lot in this space and many networks are not hiring any more or have changed their models significantly.
  • Chris has added a significant chapter on social media and how it impacts and can be used by bloggers
  • I have added a case study chapter that goes through the first 4 years of my main blog – Digital Photography School. I work through how I launched it, what I focused upon in years 1-2 and then in years 3-4, how I monetize it and share the secrets to how I drive significant traffic and income through email newsletters, social media etc.
  • Bonuses – we’re offering anyone who buys the book a series of bonuses (some interviews with successful bloggers, some extra teaching etc)

The first book was excellent, and I have no doubt that the updates and additions will make this edition another essential read. It’s currently available from Amazon.com (of which I am an affiliate). Go on, order your copy today.

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