Darren Rowse tackles the subject of SEO a bit today, looking at the different ways you can set up your title, to best optimize your blog, and its posts, pages and whatnot. He goes over some great tips, and as always practices what he preaches. Here is just one of the tips in this great […]
One of the things I get asked most often by people looking to set up their first WordPress site, is how to do it. WordPress has one of the easiest set-up processes you can ask for, but it does take a fair bit of computer knowledge to get through it the first time. You have […]
Over at Duct Tape Marketing there is a great post about tools that can be essential to your blogging routine. Things like a feedreaders, e-mail subscription options, ping services, bookmark managers, blog stats tools, and desktop posting applications. While he does not cover every option around these different topics, he does highlight some of the […]
Every business day, I wake up and shuffle over to my computer and breathe a sigh of relief as I read through the RSS feeds I subscribe to on various topics. I then get to do my dream job which is to research and write about the topics I love. On Define Blog, Ryan Latham, […]
Jamsi from Workboxers.com comes at us with an interesting tip to help drive traffic to your sites or blogs: when starting an ad campaign, be it through Google Adwords or elsewhere, try to vary your approach for keyword selection. Something like “Funny Vids” might be expensive to get good advertisement placement, but something like “funnyvids” […]
To have a blog that performs well, there are certain things to keep in mind, and Jakob Nielsen over at Useit.com has come up with a list of the top ten design mistakes. 1. No Author Biographies 2. No Author Photo 3. Nondescript Posting Titles 4. Links Don’t Say Where They Go 5. Classic Hits […]
fernando_graphicos has a nice tutorial on styling your WordPress RSS Feed.
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