Monthly Archives: April 2009

BlogCatalog

Another great way to promote your blog is to become a member of BlogCatalog. Not only is it a social community for bloggers, they are also one of the largest blog directories on the internet. If you want to search blogs, connect with other bloggers like yourself, learn about blogging, and promote your blog, then […]

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Google #1 is About Ego Not Success

Being number one on Google doesn’t really matter. That said, most everybody has that secret desire to chant “We’re number 1, we’re number 1″ and Google, Yahoo and other search engines have clearly tapped into that part of human nature.  Indeed, it never ceases to amaze me how many people will proclaim victory when they […]

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Wired Migrates To WordPress

The Blog Herald today reported that the popular website Wired has migrated their website from TypePad to WordPress. They broke the news yesterday through their GeekDad blog : We’ve been hinting at this for a couple weeks now, but the mad scientists at Wired HQ finally pulled the switch this weekend, and the monster lurched […]

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Selling on Twitter without Being Hated

Selling on Twitter can really help you on the marketing end, but the microblogging site has become such a hotbed for people pitching to you that merely signing up can feel like you’re simply preparing yourself for infomercial nightmares. But if you’re going to be selling on Twitter, whether you’re selling yourself, your time, your […]

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Add a custom favicon to your Blogger blog

When you publish a blog with Blogger, the default favicon which appears in your browser navigation bar is Blogger’s favicon (the unmistakable orange and white logo). Many Blogger users choose to display their own favicon instead of Bloggers, in order to “brand” their blog with memorable icons in keeping with their blog’s design. It is […]

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Write Better Paragraphs by Using Patterns of Development

If you’ve read “Types of Paragraphs: Introductory, Development, Transition & Concluding”, you’re aware that your paragraphs should be focused and contain one main sub-topic of your main topic. Today we’re going to discuss how to develop paragraphs for the reader that are informative, easy to read and follow a standard pattern of development. Let’s say […]

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