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Bloggers are always looking for help. Help to get found. Help to make money online. Help in writing. Help in turning a blog into an online business, and help on how to blog.

Well, I’m here with help.

Today’s Lesson

Listed below are 1066 great resources. Some are lists of links, some are lessons in blogging, and some are great tips. You may find duplicates, and those that are, are worth reading more than once.

Happy Clicking!

Maki at Dosh Dosh, has compiled a great list of 63 Constructive Opinions on the best way to make money online”

MAD – Martyn Davis. and Lid (Lidija) of Blogwell, keep adding to this list that currently has “121 Resources for Web Developers

The writing team at Daily Blog tips, shares this great post: “Become a Blogging Wizard – 6 Lessons From Harry Potter”

If you would rather have your blogging information in the form of an e-book, at Blogging StartUp, Jim lists “11 Best Damn Blogging ebooks That Cost You Nothing”.

Lorelle, the “Queen of WordPress”, created a no nonsense list titled: “The 12 Biggest Problems With Your Blog”

For links to over 90 sites on writing and blogging, you must check out this comprehensive (and growing) list from All Freelance Writing: “The Big List Of Writing Blogs”. Jennifer Mattern, undoubtedly spends countless hours updating this list.

For those of you who want to make a business out of blogging, Catherine Lawson, compiled a list of “107 Great Resources for Entrepreneurs”. These links will keep you clicking for days.

A classic post, and a favorite of mine by Darren Rowse (Problogger.net) is “18 Lessons I’ve Learnt As A Blogger”

Do You want great traffic building ideas, Seth Godin lists 56 ways on “How to get traffic for your blog”

In a popular post of hers, Skellie shares “101 Essential Blogging Skills”

In this post, Darren, of Problogger.net, reminds bloggers to slow down. Here he lists 13 Questions To Ask Before Publishing A Post On Your Blog

Here’s a classic post from Steve Pavlina named: “10 Stupid Mistakes Made By the Newly Self Employed”

And for another great post from Steve Pavlina, “10 Reasons You Should Never Get A Job”

Mark, over at Business Blogging 101, likes to teach via YouTube video tutorials. On his site, he has 25 WordPress Tutorials. Keep on eye on this list, as he’s always adding more.

If you really want to know what the “competition’ is doing, here’s a link to “Technorati’s Top 100 Blogs”

Daily Blog Tips team published: “101 Blog tips I Learned in 2006“. Although it may sound like it could be outdated, some of the tips are timeless.

Want to boost your productivity? Steve Pavlina shares 99 ways, in a series of three posts (33 tips in each). The links are as follows: “33 Rules to Boost Your Productivity – Volume 1″, “Volume 2“, and “Volume 3″.

Are you a “mommy ” who’s looking to share with other moms, in 2006 Guy Kawasaki listed 59 such blogs in his post: “The Ultimate Mommy Blog List” Three cheers for moms. 🙂

We can never read enough about blogging. Joshue Clanton agrees. He published this list of “64 Thrice Vetted Posts On Blogging”

Today’s Assignment

You know what to do. 😯

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  1. LorelleNo Gravatar says:

    Great list, and thanks for your kind words. You’ve uncovered some gems that even I’ve missed. I love finding new bloggers and articles on the subject of blogging. Thanks!

  2. thanks for this list. i like when people put together blog carnivals.

    Natural Woman’s last blog post..How to Create A Favicon

  3. Barbara, I only read part of the headline before I clicked through. I thought “1006 links, is she insane? How did she link to 1006 posts?” But a combined total of 1006 links, lessons, or tips is a lot more manageable. 🙂

    Some of these I recognized, and others look very interesting. Yes, I know what to do!

    Hunter Nuttall’s last blog post..Men With More Than Just Pens

  4. Debbie YostNo Gravatar says:

    Barbara,

    Yet another of your posts to add to my archives. Thanks for all the links!

    Debbie Yost’s last blog post..A Mother’s Tribute

  5. Cath LawsonNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Barbara – This is an amazing resource and thank you for including my post. It’s going to take a long time to read them all though. I think this is one I’ll have to keep referring back to.

    Cath Lawson’s last blog post..Sometimes You Need To Hit Rock Bottom

  6. David LanoNo Gravatar says:

    Barbara,

    Thanks for the excellent compilation of blogging resources. I am always looking out for ways to grow. This post definitely constitutes a star in Google feedreader. 😀

    David Lano’s last blog post..JQuery: Eye Candy for Web Developers

  7. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Lorelle,

    With great pleasure I accept your compliment.

    As a fan of yours, it’s a honor to have you drop by and share your thoughts.

  8. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Natural,

    No questions to answer today. Just lots of clicking, but I know you’ll ace this lesson too. 🙂

    Hi Hunter,

    I laughed as I put this post together, thinking some may assume it would be a very long one.

    My thought was, why reinvent the wheel. So I’m sharing other’s work instead.

    Hi Debbie,

    In your spare time, you’ll find some great reading/learning material in these links.

    Hi Catherine,

    You’re welcome.

    Your 107 links were so great, I had to include it- it’s a classic. 🙂

    Hi David,

    Great to see you here again.

    I’m certain you’ll find some real treasures in these links.

  9. Cath LawsonNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Barbara – thanks – sometimes I think the 107 will outlive me. I get a lot of search phrases for it. Speaking of hilarious search phrases – because I know you get them too, I have had ones for me nude recently! I hope they’re looking for someone else. There has never been any chance of me doing such a thing and definitely not now when I’m way too old for that.

    Cath Lawson’s last blog post..Is The Information Business Worthless?

  10. What an honor to be included on such a great list. But darn…now I’ve got a lot more reading to do. 🙂 There seems to be a few great lists that I have not found yet. BTW, I’ve Stumbled the post…it’s a great one!

    Jim | BloggingStartup’s last blog post..10 Quick Tips for Naming Your Blog

  11. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Catherine,

    That search string is probably because you Stumbled the “strip blogging” blog.

    I had one today for “lifting cows”, which took them to the post when clay was chosen as the NBOTW (new blog of the week). Remember, the title was “NBOTW Exercises by Lifting Cows”

  12. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Jim,
    Welcome to BWAB.

    I liked the fact you listed free e-books. Sometimes they contain tons of information, and with it being all in one spot, it saves time too.

    Thank you for the Stumble, and the compliment. 🙂

  13. Wow Barbara – thank you for that amazing list. Truly helpful for a newbie blogger like myself.

    Mark – Creative Journey Cafe’s last blog post..A Sweet Lesson About Service

  14. Pat RNo Gravatar says:

    Thank you Barbara for such a wealth of resources. I’ll be saving this and reading. I have much to learn.

    I appreciate your regular posts and what you’ve created here for us. I hope you’re as blessed by it as we are.

    Pat R’s last blog post..Haven’t You Ever Wondered….WHY?

  15. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Mark,

    You will undoubtedly find many jewels in these links. Happy clicking!

    Hi Pat,

    I can’t take credit for these great resources. The post authors are the ones who took time out of their busy schedules to do their homework. I’m happy they chose to share with the rest of us.

    I feel blessed to be part of such a great community of cyberspace friends. You’re all the best!

  16. Mark McLarenNo Gravatar says:

    Barbara,
    Thanks for the awesome list. There is so much available on the Web today, it’s always great when someone takes the time to put together their recommendations. I’m honored to be included. Keep up the great work.

  17. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    You’re welcome Mark,

    It is fun to share favorites with my readers.

    You tutorials are so helpful, they had to be included. I appreciate all of the time you put into creating them.

  18. Thanks for linking to my Harry Potter post on Daily Blog Tips, as well as my 64 Thrice Vetted list!

    Joshua Clanton – Design for the WEB’s last blog post..How to Quickly Create a Giant Links Post using del.icio.us and Flock

  19. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Joshua,

    You’re most welcome.

    Thank you for sharing your finds. They’re great.

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  21. Great information! Thanks for writing this. It is an honor to participate in the discussion.

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  23. sharonNo Gravatar says:

    This is so damn useful and thanks a lot for putting this all together Barbara. I should be a Pro by the time I am done with this list! And am sure to come here back for some more of your tips.

    sharon´s last blog post..1 Key Ingredient to Kicking Off a Habit

  24. Barbara SwaffordNo Gravatar says:

    Hi Sharon – You’re welcome. These are all great sites to check out. Although it entails a lot of reading, in the end it will be beneficial.