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Home Business Links from ProBloggers How To… List


Darren’s Group Writing Project on How To… had an overwhelming response of 343 entries. Of those, I picked a very large list of 95 posts that are related to Working at Home. There are links about programs, browsers, corporate blogging, To Do’s, Not To Do’s and others related to Home Business and the Internet.

There are some very interesting links here, so enjoy.

1. Make a simple diagonal page background using photoshop and css by Ben

2. How To Post Accounting Columns In Your Blog by 1-800-HART

3. how to manage your blogging schedule by 33′Rockers

4. How To Dangerously Inflate Your Ego Via Blogging by Wendy

5. Essential Software List by Julien

6. How To FTP Something by Shawn

7. How to Get Rich in Three Easy Steps by fmf

8. How To Participate in the Blogging Community by Ray

9. How to get promoted when you work from home by Home Office Blues

10. How to Attach and Save Files Faster by James Yeang

11. How to Earn More From your Website by Paul

12. How to grow a business you love by Tim and Natalie

13. How to Make a Rubbish Website by Tim

14. How to make more money by working fewer hours by EAS’ Helpful Info

15. How to Tame the Caps Lock Key by Jhay

16. How to write a great blog post by Leroy Brown

17. Integrating a Forum with WordPress by ZMAng

18. Become a Blogging Maniac by Tammy

19. The Inside Scoop on How To Get Published by Tasra

20. How to enhance Mac security by fcodc

21. Love your passion and money will roll in by Mark Choon

22. How to Increase Your Sales by Larry

23. How to Get You Site on the Front Page of Digg by Michael

24. Establish Your Business Credibility by Nextebizguy

25. Set up your blog using Textpattern by Jaro

26. Showing Posts When There’s No Related Posts by Ken Cheung

27. Solving Customer Service Problems by Nickel

28. Account Security by Stropp

29. How To Cure Your Blogging Addiction in 7 Easy Steps by Martin

30. How To Proofread Your Own Writing by Anne

31. Top 10 tips to survice laptop disaster: what do you do if your laptop is dropped, catches fire, gets ripped off, is smashed, or just plain won’t boot by Mary

32. How to be a Miserable Failure at eBay Selling by the Wizard of Auctions

33. How To find your niche! by Alsuran

34. Write a Directory Submission That Gets Accepted by Lara

35. How Not to Sell a Screenplay by Annie

36. Proofread like a pro: how to catch those pesky mistakes your spell checker misses by Lori

37. How to do “How-To” Lists by Tony

38. How to make the most of your time online by Liam

39. How To Teach Anyone RSS by Kelsey

40. How to Write Magnetic Blog Title by Hendry

41. Prioritization and Procrastination by Conn

42. Save Tax Dollars by Having Multiple Entites by Gina

43. You too can be an efficient blog stalker by Mooiness

44. How to Start Developing Info Products for Massive Profits by Ted

45. How to set up a tag cloud in your WordPress Blog by Sante

46. 5 Overused Social Networking Marketing Techniques by Robyn

47. Please, Please, Please Don’t Read This Post by George

48. How to Attract Links and Increase Web Traffic-The Ultimate Guide by Brian

49. How to Speed up Winamp 5 and Adobe Reader by Techack

50. How To Begin Selling on EBay by Thatedeguy

51. Write a Book? Assemble the One in Your Archives! by Liz

52. How to make Firefox even better than it is by Mike

53. How to create a unique blog for free on your Mac by Mark

54. 10 tips to create a great post by Leon

55. How to Snag an Awsomely Bad Domain Name by The Domain Muse

56. Get the most from your trade show booth 4 crucial steps by Jill

57. How to Upsell Your Customers and Clients by Jason

58. A Recipe for Presentation Disaster by Pawel

59. Teach a person good headers, and style cred is theirs for life by nektros

60. How to use cPanel to back up your website by Paul

61. Firefox Quickie: Convert your Add Bar into Search Box by Thilak

62. The Myth of the Sleeping Baby and Other Fallacies of the Work at Home Parent by Tony

63. Win Customers with the Power of Convience by Joe

64. 5 Tips on How to Give Your Blog Posts a Magic Middle by Easton

65. 5 Ways To Piss Off An Entrepreneur by Adnan

66. 7 Ways to Unlock Innovation by Daniel

67. 10,000 in your list in 30 days? Andrew Wee goes Guerilla! by Andrew

68. How To Make Your Website More Successful: The Web Success Formula by David

69. The Solopreneur’s Guide to Delegation by Erin

70. Blogging E-Metrics by seanrox

71. How To Make Money Blogging by Darren

72. How To: Multi-Partition a Mac Boot Camp Installation by Chris

73. CyberNotes: Spped Up Your PC By Deleting Startup Programs by Ryan

74. Control Multiple Terminals Simultaneously by Nick

75. Bookkeeping for Bloggers by Sheila

76. How to Be a Great Public Speaker by A Former Nervous Wreck by Charlie

77. How to calculate your return on investment by George

78. How to dramatically increase Windows XP SP2 security in 10 clicks by Adrian

79. How to FINALLY start your blog by Bill

80. How to Find and Change Windows Product Key and Registration Information by Shivaranjan

81. How to Follow Australian Spam Email Laws by Ross

82. How to Grow Business Revenue Every Year by Trizoko

83. How To Improve Your Blog Usability And Why You Want To Do It by Gleb

84. How To Lose Your Shirt Online by Sean

85. How to Reduce Ad Blindness by John

86. How to Run a Mobile Office for under $1500 by Mike

87. I’m through with Google! Let Affiliates Bring Value to Your Blog by Deeks

88. How to keep making money off of your imaginary friend by Justin

89. How to write a search engine by Sammy

90. How to Get Your Site on the Front Page of Digg by Michael

91. How to choose New York Law and New York Courts in your Business Contacts when you have no connection to New York by Imke

92. The Definitive Guide to choose a Niche Topic for Your Site by Ashwin

93. Ten Ways to Banish Mediocrity by Anna

94. How not to launch a marketing campaign by Aung

95. Learn from Problogger’s Writing Project by Vaandoo

I hope some of these links help you in your endeavour at Working at Home on the Intenet.

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    1. Posted September 22, 2006 at 2:19 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link Joe – a lot of info scattered in all those How-Tos. And it helped to have a little prodding from Darren to get the post done! I tend to overthink and overedit my posts, a habit I’m trying to break… ;)

    2. Posted September 22, 2006 at 2:23 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the mention and link. I’m impress that you were able to read so many of them. I’m still going through them.

    3. Posted September 22, 2006 at 2:32 pm | Permalink

      Hey Ken,

      I really haven’t tried that plugin, but it’s a good idea to find related posts to draw people further into your blog.



    4. Posted September 22, 2006 at 2:45 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link, Joe. I’m still working through the posts, too. I’m going to put a bunch more links on my site later today (I hope today).

    5. James
      Posted September 22, 2006 at 4:01 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link Joe, really good collection you have there.

    6. Posted September 22, 2006 at 4:03 pm | Permalink

      Hey Sean,

      You comment was almost eaten by Akismet. ;-)

      You may just help some people keep their shirts with that post.

      Thanks for stopping by,


    7. Posted September 22, 2006 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

      Hey Ray,

      That’s the hard part, compiling the list. The fun part is getting and answering comments.

      This is a good way to build a community, huh?


    8. Posted September 22, 2006 at 4:15 pm | Permalink

      Hey James,

      Thanks, any helpful advice is always good advice.


    9. Jim (AKA Deeks)
      Posted September 22, 2006 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link. I didn’t get a chance to post until late last night. Now all I need to do is wade through all 343 articles. You provide a nice starting point.


    10. Chris Howard
      Posted September 22, 2006 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link, Joe.

      Yeah – it is a great way to build community. Clever thinking.

    11. Posted September 23, 2006 at 1:25 am | Permalink

      Tks for the link, Joe.

      Have you read through everything?

      Whew! lotsa quality stuff there!

      seeya at the next contest, erm, writing project!

      Andrew Wee

    12. Posted September 23, 2006 at 4:57 am | Permalink

      Hey, thanks for the link Joe – I really appreciate it!

    13. Posted September 23, 2006 at 7:34 am | Permalink

      Thanks again, Joe! :)
      Stay tuned for a blitz on my site – and the list I promised you! :D

    14. Posted September 23, 2006 at 9:25 am | Permalink

      Hey Jim,
      Thanks, Adsense works pretty well here, but I do have some affiliates that I like.

      My problem is even if I do mention an affiliate in an article, I forget to use the affiliate link. :-\


    15. Posted September 23, 2006 at 9:31 am | Permalink

      Hey Chris,

      Community is what it’s all about, it helps us all. I personally don’t use a Mac, but I know a lot of my visitors do, so I thought your article would be helpful to them.



    16. Posted September 23, 2006 at 9:38 am | Permalink

      Hey Andres,
      10,000 is a lot of anything, I gotta try some of your tips to see if I can make them work. ;-)


    17. Posted September 23, 2006 at 9:45 am | Permalink

      Hey Adnan,

      Not a problem, something I would add to your list is for the server to go down, that really gets me po’d

      Thanks for stopping by.


    18. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:00 am | Permalink

      Hey Lara,
      No problem, I’ll be over later for the blitz. :-)


    19. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:09 am | Permalink

      i think it’s all a matter of scale.

      my buddy Ewen Chia has a list of 200,000 from one product alone.

      my other buddy, Ryan Chua, (the guy who keeps nagging me in my blog) has a list of 200,000 at, so it’s just a matter of scale.

      by those standards, 10,000 doesn’t look as big anymore….

      let’s keep in touch.

      Andrew Wee

    20. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:20 am | Permalink

      Hey Andrew,

      I guess numbers are like beauty, It’s in the eye of the beholder.

      That is still a lot to me. ;-)

      I’ll stop by your place later.


    21. Posted September 23, 2006 at 12:47 pm | Permalink

      Long list, but you made some great choices. Definitely some of the same ones that I chose as my favorites. Thanks for choosing mine as well!

    22. Posted September 23, 2006 at 2:58 pm | Permalink

      Hey Tasra,

      The honor is mine, your tips are great for aspiring writers (including bloggers).

      It takes someone special to share their knowledge to help others. I don’t know if you know Liz from Successful Blog but I think you two would get along famously for that reason alone.



    23. Posted September 23, 2006 at 4:45 pm | Permalink

      Those are some pretty interesting post titles, very alluring to the reader!

    24. Posted September 23, 2006 at 4:55 pm | Permalink

      Hey TechZ,

      They are, aren’t they. It will take all day to read them all, believe me, I did. ;-)


    25. Posted September 23, 2006 at 6:42 pm | Permalink

      Hey Joe,
      seriously, man.
      i think to get the info we get from those posts, we’d have to attend some $500 internet marketing/blogging convention.

      they’re like gold!
      Andrew Wee

    26. Posted September 23, 2006 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

      Hey Andrew,

      True, and they are all here in one place for FREE… ;-)


      btw, the link to your site is contained in your sig, no sense in wasting keystrokes. :-)

    27. Posted September 23, 2006 at 7:54 pm | Permalink

      free isnt always good, but in this case it is.
      link to my site? well, when i’m inspired i can bash out 3-4 posts in a day and the content gets ‘lost’ so i fall into the trap of being safe than sorry!

      and it’s a habit.
      Andrew Wee

    28. Posted September 23, 2006 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

      Not a problem, as long as you like to type.

      I feel good if I get one decent post per day. ;-)


    29. Posted September 23, 2006 at 8:52 pm | Permalink

      i guess you can call me a typing masochist.
      incidentally i recently bought dragon systems naturally speaking 9. a speech to text software.

      my friend uses it to ‘write’ 100-200pages of info for his ebooks every hour.

      i’m looking forward to doing the same, and dictating blog posts too.

      it can provide a lot of leverage especially fo WAHers.

      Andrew Wee

    30. Posted September 23, 2006 at 9:20 pm | Permalink

      I am not sure that speech to text would be good for me, unless I feel like editing all the explitives that I use when I type things and mess up. ;-)


    31. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:38 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link Joe. And thanks for reading my blog.

      All the Best,

    32. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:46 pm | Permalink

      Hey George,

      No problem with the link and keep writing interesting posts and others will join in reading too.


    33. Posted September 23, 2006 at 10:58 pm | Permalink

      Thanks Joe! Keep up the good work.

    34. Posted September 23, 2006 at 11:07 pm | Permalink

      Hey Joe,
      i thought you might be interested to check this out for novelty value.
      look at: superaffiliatecloningprogram

      notice how many comments the first blog post has: 1041!

      super affiliate ewen chia shares quite a bit of info abt affiliate mktging in the various posts.
      check it out. i believe it would be useful for WAHers.

      i use pdffactory and converted the comments to PDF for study later.


      Andrew Wee

    35. Posted September 24, 2006 at 1:46 pm | Permalink

      Hey Andrew,

      Thanks, I looked at the post and there is a lot of reading there. I think I’ll save more of it til later. ;-)


    36. Posted April 13, 2007 at 4:02 am | Permalink

      Thanks Joe for the wonderful list

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