Monthly Archives: July 2008

Performancing launches Performancing Ads

Ryan Caldwell, owner of the hugely popular blogging community Performancing, yesterday announced the launch of their new ad network PerformancingAds. The networks main focus is the 125×125 banner format which makes sense since this is the most popular ad size amongst bloggers at the moment. Here is a quick summary of this new network and […]

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Google to buy Digg for $200 million

The net seems very busy this morning with reports that Google are about to acquire the hugely popular Digg for an estimated $200 million. It’s not a done deal as yet but it does look like it’s going to go through. It will be interesting to see what Google does with Digg and whether they […]

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The Benefits of Using a Pseudonym

The name which you attach to your blog posts carries more weight than a lot of people realize. As your blog grows, so does your profile, which means that future blogs you own and posts you write will probably get more exposure because you are known within your niche. Of course, many bloggers do not […]

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How to combat WordPress TrackBack Spam

At the end of last year BloggingTips was getting a lot of comment spam. Comment spam has thankfully reduced since then however in the last few weeks I have seen a big increase in the amount of trackback spam here (more than 30+ a day!). Trackback spam is a little more difficult to control than […]

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