Guest post by Paul Wallis, an Australian freelance writer and journalist. He writes extensively in Australia, Canada, Europe, and the US. Why are some blogs incredibly popular? Why do great blogs get barely noticed? Why do some pretty banal looking things get millions of hits when something which is bordering on genius is ignored? It’s [...]
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Quick Online Tips recently had a nice post on approving blog comments which I want to touch on as well. First up, I know many people with their own sites or blogs comment frequently to get backlinks, which in and of itself is not a bad thing; everyone wants to promote their sites, including myself.
I think I mentioned myself being a part time domain investor, and I own a number of domains, which I’ve either bought from others or registered myself. So it stands to reason why I’ve rambled about domains in the past. If you’ve been planning to have an online presence, remember, the first smart step is [...]
What happens if you are a WordPress theme designer and happen to have a blog as well? Well for one thing, if it’s going good, you don’t HAVE to update your blog and it will be none the worse for it. At least that’s the lesson to learn from WPdesigner.com, the once popular and (still) [...]
I’ve been intending to touch on this, for a while now. When you talk about making money online (it’s a much spammed term but highly popular, I must say) I see a lot of misguided people as well as opportunists who are taking advantage of desperate folks, especially during these trying economic times. A lot [...]
I’ve written on dofollow blogs and nofollow blogs in the past. Dofollow blogs are pretty much a minority (even today), and today I want to touch on the issue. The reason most blogs are nofollow is because of the amount of comment spam or low quality comments they keep getting. I could recall many blogs [...]