Just came across Tony Hung’s post about filling in for Darren “Problogger” Rowse for a week while Darren takes a holiday, and I wanted to send him a shout-out (as my homies in the ‘hood like to say) and wish him all the best. He’s already off to a good start with a well thought-out piece on the kinds of things it takes to maintain and grow a good blog.

To be honest, I think the “10 best” blog post model gets overdone at times, but Tony has some good advice from his own perspective, and it’s definitely worthwhile reading. Tony has come a long way over the past six months or so with his own blog (in addition to now helping run things over at The Blog Herald), and has done it with smart writing, strong opinions and a lot of hard work.

In other words, he is a great guy to be handing out advice about how to develop and grow a successful blog. All the best, Tony.

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5 Responses to “Tony Hung fills in at Problogger”
  1. s post is helpful to get me past a little bit of it at least. So I want to thank him for his freely given advice, and to Mathew for recognizing it and giving a shout-out to him. Thanks guys! Via: Mathew Ingram – Tony Hung fills in at Problogger

  2. Hey Mat,

    Thanks for the kind words.
    I can’t tell you how serendipitous that pre-mesh meeting was. ;)

    t @ dji / tbh / bts / *pb*

  3. We’re all about the serendipity :-)

  4. […] Tony Hung fills in at Problogger » Mathew Ingram: mathewingram.com/work Says: January 9th, 2007 at 5:20 am […]

  5. I enjoyed Tony’s post as well, so much so that I wrote a piece based upon prereq #4 (I belive) around 1 in the morning last night!

  6. I saw that, Eric — and I thought it was quite a good one.

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