Everyone who owns a website knows the basic tricks and techniques of search engine optimisation. The most effective and well publicised seo tactic is of course based on exploiting the benefits of key search terms. Most of us are aware of how seo can be increased by spiking the content of website with an assortment… Read More »
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… Read More »
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.
Did anyone read the latest interview with Eugene Kaspersky, creator of the world famous Kaspersky antivirus software? I just read it, and in the interview Kaspersky mentions that the root cause for all security problems is – Internet anonymity. For those of you who haven’t read it, the interview is here.
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… Read More »
Hardly a day goes by these days without some bleak news about the problems affecting the US economy, and the shake-ups happening to some long time corporate giants. It has even gotten to me, and I can’t help myself feeling a little more than apprehensive. Being a blogger and webmaster is solely something I’ve been… Read More »
Problogger Darren Rowse had an interesting post talking about what many bloggers experience. He posed the question of, “Is writing great, unique content enough to build a successful blog?” I think this is a prevalent problem affecting many good blogs out there, in that they hardly get recognized for what they are worth, and break… Read More »
A new search engine on the Web, called Cuil just launched recently amidst a lot of hype generated by thousands of blogs picking up on the story. The huge traffic flocking to try out the new search engine eventually led to a meltdown of the site’s servers. Even when I tried to use it a… Read More »
WordPress is that blog CMS that powers millions of blogs in the blogosphere. As a WordPress user, I can understand why many consider WordPress the best thing since sliced bread. But, there are some things about WordPress which annoy me. Of course, nothing is perfect, but at least we can keep working on them to… Read More »
Duplicate content is one of the banes of the Internet. And if you publish a blog or website, and your stuff is generally good, there’s a high likelihood, someone, somewhere, will copy the stuff you write and paste that up on their sites. First of all, let’s differentiate between duplicate content and syndicated content. Both… Read More »