Monthly Archives: July 2009

Jul 09

Technorati Launch Twittorati

By Krasimir Muldoon | Blogging News

Once a major player in the blogosphere, Technorati has been out of the limelight a little since Twitter crashed the party. Therefore they have teamed up with Muck Rack to launch their new Twitter themed site, the aptly named Twittorati. Their tagline is ‘Where the blogosphere and twittersphere meet’ but I have to agree with […]

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Jul 08

Common Plural Rules

By Patti Stafford | Writing

In “Possessives or Just Possessed“, I discussed the trouble I have with possessives and plurals and asked for reader input.  Be sure to read that if you missed it.  Today I want to work with plurals.  I think many of us simply use plural forms of words out of habit instead of really remembering what […]

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Jul 08

Should You Moderate Your Comments?

By Ryan Edmunds | Blogging

There are obviously benefits and drawbacks to having comments on your blog. Akismet takes care of most of the SPAM for WordPress users, but SPAM is not the only type of comment many bloggers do not want on their blogs. There are always dissatisfied visitors who feel they have the right to be abusive, call […]

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Jul 08

Blog Masters Club Launched

By Krasimir Muldoon | Blogging News

I have spoken a lot about coaching programs in the last week. On Saturday I wrote about ‘11 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Coaching Program‘ and two days ago I gave you all ‘my personal view on coaching programs‘. Yesterday saw the launch of a new coaching program from David Risley, a successful blogger […]

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Jul 06

Possessive or Just Possessed?

By Patti Stafford | Writing

I have to admit that possessive nouns, plurals and punctuation give me a lot of trouble.  I often look at things many times before I decide if it’s correct or not.  I’m probably wrong about it a lot.  In researching possessives, I’ve looked at several websites, college English textbooks, and high school English textbooks.  What […]

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