Problogging by women

Posted by blog4net | | 2 comments »

Last night I was searching internet to find something interesting, I came across a website which was started for women. This site's mission is to help women to take blogging as their profession - problogging. It quickly caught my attention as I am thinking to encourage my wife to take up blogging -definitely not as a pro - but as a hobby. I sifted through all the pages of and found that it is really helpful for women. The about page of says this :

"The number one goal of HerProBlog.COM is help women bloggers from all walks of life, all levels of blog publishing understanding, and desired income earning goals, create and maintain professional blogs. Whether your goal is to earn a respectable income through blogging or because of blogging, HerProBlog.COM is here to help."

Of course, this blog is helpful for men as well.

The site loads fast enough. It has a unique pleasing design. The Menu is below the header image and has drop-down list. A few of the topics covered are blogging basics, Discovery and reviews of blogs, fun, interviews, Motivation & Encouragement, Niche Blogging etc.

These topics have extensively researched articles by experienced authors. The site has seven authors and all are well established in their own niches of blogging.

The side bar is dedicated for Ads, Recent Comments and Recent Articles.

The top box below the menu scrolls the list of featured articles. Below this box are Other Recent Articles with the pic of the author and links to post pages.

The articles are authoritative, intuitive and written by pros who have seen ups and downs in becoming pro bloggers.

This is a great resource site for women and men as well who want to take up blogging as livelihood.

As I finished researching the site, I called my wife to show this site to her. She sat in my chair, started checking out the site. "yea, It is useful for me," she said and suddenly ran to the bed to lull my nine month-old son that was crying in sleep. "He won't let me do it", she smiled.

Click here to visit the website.


  1. Chellesky // August 2, 2008 at 6:11 AM  

    Good find, I've added it to my google reader, thanks for this find

  2. netblogger4 // August 3, 2008 at 4:42 AM  

    Thank you, pls consider subscribing to my RSS feed too.