Jennifer makes an excellent suggestion on Scribefire – "Avoid naming similar to other’s popular blog post" "So your competitor just wrote a blog post that hit the front page of Digg and got blogged seemingly everywhere.
Covers Blogs, Blogging Tips, Online Monetization etc.
Do you have multiple blogs / websites and want to know if cross-linking these sites affect your Google PageRank / search engine rankings ?
While twittering is fun and simple, it is tough if you were to explain the concept of twitter to someone who has never heard of this service before.
China has blocked access to all Blogger blogs ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games that begin in Beijing three months from now.
If you are assigned the task of capturing computer screenshots and images for your computer related book like a technical manual or a how-to guide book, follow these instructions from Cafepress: You can capture JPG or PNG high resolution screenshot images using any screen capture program like SnagIt or use the Print Screen key on your desktop.
If you are planning to write a book, these useful guidelines about font names and font sizes from CafePress will come handy.
From PBS: One feature that is common on major news sites is a list of “Most Popular Stories” or “Most Emailed Stories.” Having that list in a prominent place on my site — on all pages — would bring more traffic (and inbound links) to MediaShift’s best content, and serve as an entree into the site for people who just came to read one post.
Eric Enge on the value of outbound link in your web pages: "Publishers of authoritative sites almost always care about their users.
Results of a social media / blogging survey suggests that consumers in the U.S. and Western Europe are more likely to be passive participants, while those in emerging markets often create content.
If your company has deployed content filtering software from Computer Associates, you may not be able to access Digital Inspiration at office because they have put the site under "Personal Pages" and that category of websites is blocked in many workplaces.
You can make a comfortable living on the Internet working from home through blogs and Google AdSense. I just bought an Honda CRV car in India just through my technology blog.
Spotted this conversation between Nick Denton (Gawker) and Michael Arrington (TechCrunch) on Valleywag.
Google Pack pays AdSense publishers when a visitor downloads Google Pack through your website for the first time and installs at least one software via Google Pack.
If you are new to the world of blogs, wikis, tagging, RSS feeds and social media – this great diagram from Hutch Carpenter will come handy.
Answer a Yes/No for these three questions: Q 1: You have changed blogging platforms in the past – moved from Blogger to WordPress or from WordPress to Tumblr, etc?
Marc Brownstein – Our cell phones are on. Our wireless devices are on. Our laptops are on.
Eric Berlin prefers using Twitter over his RSS Reader. He writes – "I’ve been using my RSS reader more selectively of late, as a place to browse around when I have the time rather than looking at it as a mountain must be climbed everyday.