Monthly Archives: December 2009

Dec 18

My Incredimail Addiction

By Patti Stafford | Blogging

Several writers here at Blogging Tips have covered their addictions with WordPress (I’m one), Google Chrome and various other applications sharing all the bells and whistles available for these fun and useful products. Today, I’d like to cover Incredimail. I discovered it many years ago. The download is free, but it has a small ad […]

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Dec 18

Kneel Before the Mistress of Mistakes

By Larry Brooks | Blogging

Edgy, huh. Two weeks ago I posted a blog here with the word flagellation in the title, and it seemed to work pretty well. At least if Google analytics is to be believed. And now you’re back, wondering what dark treats we have in store this week. Our theme today: cut corners with your blog […]

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Dec 17

WordPress 2.9 be rolled out soon

By Krasimir Muldoon | WordPress

Matt Mullenwag yesterday announced the release of the first release candidate of WordPress 2.9. Therefore we should see the stable version of 2.9 being released within the next week or so. There are a huge amount of small but significant updates in this release. One feature, which Matt talks about in his announcement post, is […]

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Dec 17

What Makes The Perfect Theme?

By Sharon Hurley Hall | WordPress Themes

I recently confessed to being a theme-a-holic, and I’m not the only one. For theme-a-holics, it’s not simply the lure of shiny new web stuff that makes us change themes regularly. It’s also the never-ending quest for the perfect theme. But what exactly makes the perfect theme? Here are my WordPress theme must-haves. Easy To […]

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Dec 16

Is Your Newsletter Compelling Enough?

By Patti Stafford | Writing

How many newsletters do you sign up for in a month? How many do you unsubscribe from in the same month because the content just isn’t good? I’ve read hundreds of articles about sending out newsletters and the main advice in these articles is that the material must be compelling. It’s often the writer’s of […]

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