Over 160,000 WordPress Sites Used as Zombies in DDoS Attacks - BloggingPro.comAre you running WordPress like us? Do you make it a point to update to the latest version as soon as it’s out? If not, then maybe you should.
In a recent massive attack, more than 160,000 Wo.... More »
How Freaks and Misfits Can Succeed in Business: A Conversation with Chris Brogan - CopyBlogger.com
Do you refuse to settle?
Do you want to do things your way?
Do you have a different way of looking at the world?
And, most importantly, are you looking for a way to make your .... More »
How to Write Damn Good Sentences - CopyBlogger.com
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Can you believe this is already the fourth installment in our 11-part series on the essential ingredients of a blog post?
Time sure does fly when you’re having pure podcasting fun … and churning.... More »
Straight from the Twitter Developers Blog HQ: Third-party apps bow down, starting today. Those at the top of T Mountain have ushered in a set of strict new rules, and the Internet backlash is heating up – fast. Apps such as Tweetbot are on the chopping block now, and it seems as though Twitter is .... More »
6 WordPress Plugins That Make Migration & Mass Content Creation Simple - BloggingPro.comThere comes a time in every online marketer or website owner’s life when it’s time to move your website and find a new home. Whether it’s because of a poor performing web.... More »
I love these Blogging Roundups because I like blogging. OK, I like WordPress more than Blogging but it all fits together right?
I want to call your attention to the post “What You Can Take From Your Blog’s Worst Day”. I really enjoyed this and I know you will as well.
We are all looking for ways to grow our traffic -to a blog or a website – and this is a good take on what you can take from days that don’t go so well.
Some blog owners will read Google’s guidelines and take anything the company says as the rule of the internet. And while many of the policies Google sets forth are good practices for any website, does it mean that we really have to follow every little thing the search engine company says we should do…
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Toward the end of last year, Active Network, a technology and media company specializing in online registration and event management software, began a testing and optimization program on the website of one of its brands, RegOnline.
This week’s MarketingSherpa B2B newsletter article is a look at that entire program, but for this blog post I want to highlight an interesting test conducted in the middle of the cycle…
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Can you believe it’s the end of the month already? Time really does seem to fly by so much faster these days! How has your job search been going?
I apologize for the dearth of job listings in the past week, as I have been away for a while. We still have a handful of jobs for you, though, so let’s take a look at them now…
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The fateful day started with a morning that marked a month since the launch of my new blog. A blog that had ten posts and few visits per day.
On that morning I woke up and went on to sit in front of my laptop. This is my usual routine. I check all the updates, reply to comments (if there are any), and so on…
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As we said a few weeks ago when we launched a completely rebuilt, streamlined authoring and editing experience, we’re in the process of bringing you a much improved and modernized Blogger. The next phase of these updates starts today with seven new ways to display your blog, called Dynamic Views.
Built with the latest in web technology (AJAX, HTML5 and CSS3), Dynamic Views is a unique browsing experience that will inspire your readers to explore your blog in new ways…
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It’s probably the first question every blogger has to ask themselves. It comes before writing the first post, choosing the theme or even selecting your blogging platform: What is my blog going to be about?
It’s a tough question and how you answer it will have a big impact on what your site is going to be…
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This past week 26 new mashups were added to our mashup directory and 33 different APIs were used to build them. Some of the newer or less frequently seen APIs include Framey, I Heart Quotes, iFixit, Shopify, Thrutu, Travel Booking Engine, Travelport and WordPress.com. The most often used APIs this week are Twilio, Twilio SMS and Twitter…
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This is a guest post by Devesh from Blokube.com.Getting traffic to any blog is one of the easiest things, all it takes – hard work and patience. Many bloggers build a beautiful website, write lots of high quality content on it but just can’t get traffic to it.I’ve been blogging from almost 2 years now and as a blogger, traffic is an essential ingredient to your success, it is what can makes your blog successful…
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This is a guest post by Subhorup. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here.
I had not considered blogging as anything more than personal journal-keeping till a few months back, a place to record one’s thoughts and feeling, and document my life as it unfolds. It was only when I chose to use my writing for something more than just personal documentation that I began to examine the principles behind successful blogging…
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What are the physical differences between the following two options:
Blog.mydomain.com (subdomain of mydomain.com)
One way that I like to imagine this is to regard a subdirectory as being similar to a label which describes the meaning of a page or a group of pages on a website; whilst subdomains are actually separate sites…
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