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More WordPress Logogate

As mentioned in WordPress News: Logogate, WordPress.tv, WordPressMU, BuddyPress, and More, WordPress Logogate continues. As announced, Matt Mullenweg has added a script to WordPress.com that forces all the variations of WordPress to the proper spelling with a capital P in the “Press” part of the name. It is the trademark way it should be spelled, […]

WordPress News: Logogate, WordPress.tv, WordPressMU, BuddyPress, and More

This week’s Blog Herald WordPress News is WordPress News: Logogate, WordCamps Everywhere, WordPress.tv, BuddyPress, WordPressMU, WordPress Plugin Podcast, and More: WordPress Logogate continues. New WordCamps announced worldwide. WordPress.tv is changing WordPress tutorials and resources. WordPressMU updated. BuddyPress released any day. Super Cache new version released. Matt featured in USAToday. Did you hug a WordPress Plugin […]

Never Break The Blogosphere’s Trust: It’s universal

By J.T Dabbagian of JTDabbagian.com If you’re brand new to the blogging realm, or if you’re a blogging veteran, please know that there is one thing that stands above everything else in the blogosphere, beyond SEO, monetizing, backlinking, everything. If you only take one thing from my posts on this blog, or on my own, […]

Observations on The Economics of the Blogosphere

By Greg Balanko-Dickson I came across an essay titled Economics of the Blogosphere, authored by David S. Evans who is co-author of the book Catalyst Code: The Strategies Behind the World’s Most Dynamic Companies. The blogosphere is one of the biggest and most influential global industries created in the last decade. Technorati tracks almost 100 […]

April 30: A Day of Silence on the Blogosphere

According to OneDayBlogSilence.com: Silence can say more then a thousand words. This day shall unite us all about this unbelievable painful & shocking event and show some respect and love to those who lost their loved ones. On April 30th 2007, the Blogosphere will hold a One-Day Blog Silence in honor towards the victims of […]

Blogopreneur’s Tips for Making Conversations Work for Blogs

Blogopreneur’s “How to Make Conversations Work for Blogs” is a great look at how to continue the conversation on your blogs. In order for you to be able to make conversations work for your blog, you need to be updated whenever a new comment has been posted on your blog. While it would be good […]

The State of the Blogosphere 2006

Dave Sifry’s State of the Blogosphere for February 2006 is out, and making a cute pun, he says that the state of the blogosphere is “strong”. …but the truth is that the blogosphere continues to grow at a quickening pace. Technorati currently tracks 27.2 Million weblogs, and the blogosphere we track continues to double about […]

Some Interesting Analysis on the Blogosphere

In an interesting summation, Caslon Analytics reports on blog statistics and demographics which may help you get a perspective on what is going on with the Blogosphere. Here are some highlights: Wired News noted claims that in January 2002 alone some 41,000 people created new blogs using Blogger and that there are now more than […]

Top 10 Interesting People on the Blogosphere by Blog Herald

Blog Herald announces their list of The Top 10 Interesting People in the Blogosphere in 2005, and guess who is at the top of the list as number one? 1. Matt Mullenweg, WordPress The rising star of the blogosphere took a few blows from supposedly friendly folk this year, and yet bounced right back with […]

October Sifry State of the Blogosphere Report Released

It’s that time of year again when David Sifry takes on the blogosphere with his State of the Blogosphere Report for the period ending in October. The last report sent shockwaves of amazement and delight throughout the web, not just the Blogosphere. So what new and fascinating things has he dug up this time? To […]

Blog Exercises: Taking Inventory on What Keeps You Blogging

The recent major desktop computer crash has left me reeling. I thought I had all my data backed up. For the most part, I did. What I didn’t have backed up was my programs. Getting back up to speed fast, I’ve had to prioritize the programs I had download and install. Yes, download. Who gets […]

Blog Exercises: Make a List of Everything on Your Site

Today’s blog exercise will require a little time, magnifier, and a score card. Well, maybe not one of those items. I want you to grab a piece of paper and load up the front page of your site in a browser. Zoom in so you can really see it up close and personal. Start counting. […]

Blog Exercises: Choose an Appropriate Gravatar for Your Readers

All WordPress sites have Gravatars integrated into the core. Gravatars are Globally Recognized Avatars, images that represent you in blog posts comments, featured author images (integrated with Gravatars), author images, BuddyPress, and other Gravatar-enabled features. Near the beginning of this year of blog exercises, you were asked to add or update your Gravatar to represent […]

Blog Exercises: September Random Editing Day

It is September and the number is now up to 9 posts to edit on our monthly Random Editing Day exercises. Each month in the Blog Exercises series, I challenge you to edit random published posts on your blog, adding one for every month of the year. This month is nine posts. You can do […]

Blog Exercises: The Daily Social Meme

Did you know that there are specific memes for each day of the week in the blogosphere and social web? Today is your chance to play around with some of these themed days of the week in this blog exercise. A themed day, or meme, is a tradition of sorts. It involves publishing and sharing […]

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