We’ve definitely tried to please as many readers as possible this month with several different articles regarding blogging and the internet. Enclosed in this post are the articles that really stand above the rest.
From Brad Blogging:
What would you sell a lifetime link for on your blog? $1000? I’m telling you why that is the worst deal you can make on your blog: $1000 For A Link? Selling Yourself SHORT Of Value
Feedburner Feedcount is a great tool to show your visitors how many people are reading your content. But can that have a reverse effect on them? See the Pros and Cons of the tool: Feedburner Dilema: Should Feedcount Be On Your Blog?
Creating A Killer Contest is a series that I wrote 2 / 4 posts for and am still going to finish it. This post tells you some great prize ideas for any type of blog featuring 3 different types of budgets (Low, Medium, High): Creating A Killer Contest Part 2: Prizes Worth Blogging About
Everyone knows a picture is worth 1000 words. Which is why I try to use a picture in each one of my posts. I made a list for 7 sites definitely worth checking out for some great pics: 7 Sites To Add Pictures To Your Posts
I recently had an article scraped off of my site without any recognition. I had mixed emotions about it because that meant that somebody felt that my article was worth stealing and reposting on their blog! Then again, it is stealing and take down action was required. Mixed Emotion About Content Theft
From Around The BlogoSphere:
I’m a firefox user. I will probably never go back to Internet Explorer. When I read on Teknopsis that they were going to introduce a Touch Screen laptop computer – RUNNING FIREFOX ONLY – I almost pre-ordered one…Then realizing that it was just a concept. Michael Arrington’s Internet Tablet
I always wondered about Google Adwords and advertising on other blogs. After realizing the potential of a high ROI (Return of Investment), I am now more choosing of which blogs I will choose to advertise on – based on their traffic, pagerank, and the works. What The Heck Is Blog ROI
I never really caught on with the whole “Article rating plugin” called Sezwho. It seemed like a way to distract your readers from giving you valuable feedback in a comment. They might figure that leaving a “One Star” rating on the article will suffice. Another friend of mine deactivated the plugin after it failed to load (corrupted) his blog! Bye Bye Sez Who
Gravatars are quickly becoming standard for any WordPress user that leaves a comment. They allow you to insert any type of picture beside your comment which adds a nice “Personal” touch. In this post you learn how to make one in 5 minutes! How To Make Your Own Default Avatar In 5 Minutes
These are just some of the posts that I thought stood out from the others. What was your best post and why?