Tag Archives: Google

The splog menace

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 »

Knol finally launched and it looks like a Wikipedia-Squidoo hybrid

Knol, Google’s answer to Wikipedia, finally got launched just a short while ago, looking somewhat more different compared to screenshots posted last year, when news first broke about it. In fact, Knoll has launched without much hype and fanfare, but my main interest is how it will turn out and evolve 6-12 months from now.… Read More »

Some annoying things about WordPress

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 »

The Duplicate Content Problem

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 »