Archives for November 2009
One of the things I’ve been trying to do recently has been to combine my stats analysis with SEO. Stats analysis and SEO are both powerful marketing strategies so I thought combining them could definitely improve my blog.
2010 is just around the corner and I think it’s never too early to look at topics that could catch the netizens’ fancy. The topics I’m recommending are ones that have shown a healthy rise in the last few months that is likely to carry over on to the next year. Here are four topics […]
Performancing has recently announced the reopening of the Performancing Marketplace. Prior to its brief hiatus (due to software migration) the Perf Marketplace had been an active portal for buying and selling of blogs, software, and related services. The new Marketplace aims to bring this back. With a free-flowing format (forum-based), Performancing hopes that users can […]
The WordPress team is currently hard at work in completing version 2.9 but that doesn’t mean they’re going to allow their older versions to be open with vulnerabilities. As a security release, WordPress releases version 2.8.6 which fixes two security problems that can be exploited by untrusted users in your blog who have posting privileges. […]
Performancing Hive is a dedicated forum specially built for professional bloggers. Their membership usually costs $10 a month but right now they’re giving it away for free to anyone who is interested to join. Yes, you’ve read it right, free! All you need to do is to sign up by filling in the form found here […]
If you are a WordPress user who owns an iPhone and you still don’t know, there’s this free application on the iPhone called WordPress for iPhone that let’s you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and moderate comments on your WordPress blog just by using your iPhone. To know more about this plugin you can […]
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we have news about the first MT5 release candidate, an update on the Melody project, tips on how to create an event calendar, and more.
Here is a quick but effective way to research long tail keywords with Google Analytics.
Professional blogging comes in different sizes and shapes. For some, professional blogging is just getting some money for a paid review. And for others, its seeing the checks in gather in the mail from ad networks. There’s one aspect of professional blogging I feel doesn’t get the cred it deserves: the Hired Blogger aspect. Hired […]