Monthly Archives: January 2010

Why Feedburner Doesn’t Love Us Anymore

I almost feel guilty about positioning this as a problem.  With earthquakes devasting an entire nation, with the U.S. economy sending the world economic markets into the crapper, this one isn’t on a level to legitimately describe it as a nightmare. But it sure felt like one. Like so many other bloggers who are foolish […]

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3 Simple Ways Bloggers Sabotage Themselves

As we’re entering the new year, it’s possible you’re finding yourself in something of a blogging rut. Maybe your traffic growth has flattened some, your entries don’t feel as good as they once were or you just don’t seem to be making any progress. There is many reasons that this could happen, some of them […]

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Broadcast Your Blog With Chum.ly

I recently got an invite to try out Chum.ly. Co-founder John Gotts tells us about the service in this interview. Describe Chum.ly in one or two sentences. Chum.ly is a place to broadcast your blog to people following you on SMS, Twitter, Facebook, Blogspot, and ultimately all of the tops social sites, to receive updates […]

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Setting Daily Intentions to Achieve Your Goals

In my post Tips for Success: Begin With the End in Mind I talked about goals and other such things. Today I want to talk about setting intentions and not leaving things to chance. Setting intentions is different than setting goals; intentions are more for the here and now—in the moment—than they are for long […]

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Blogging for Therapy and Skill Development

Do you ever wonder why you really blog? Perhaps it’s for money, or perhaps there’s just some subject for which you feel strongly. Sharing your thoughts in such a public manner once seemed like an odd thing to do online, but with an entire publishing industry shifting away from print media, blogs have taken on […]

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Simple Link Cloaker for WordPress

From a marketing point of view, it’s important to cloak your links. Cloaking links is a little deceiving in some ways as the URL is hiding the true destination of the link. Unfortunately, many spammers use this technique to mislead visitors into where they are going. Though there are good reasons why legitimate bloggers and […]

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Theme Forest Make Amends

Last week I spoke about the problem I had with Theme Forest. Specifically, the theme I purchased wasn’t working correctly and neither the theme designer nor Envato support were answering my emails. Thankfully, the issue has now been resolved. Chris Wallace was away for a few weeks so wasn’t able to reply to customers. He […]

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