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WordPress Stats Infographic of WordPress World

Using some of the stats from my recent article on WordPress Stats, Yoast did some more research and created a new WordPress Stats Infographic to feature the statistical information on WordPress visually. What is most interesting about the new research his team found, building upon my own research, are the following: 48% of the top […]

WordCamp and WordPress Meetups – The Events Heard Round the World

This weekend is the granddaddy of WordCamps, WordCamp San Francisco 2009 on May 30, 2009. Registration is closed at over 700 attendees for this one day event packed with a ton of the top blogging, social media, search engine, business, and WordPress experts. I’ll be there, so be sure and find me for a hug. […]

Celebrate Twestival and Water Around the World

On Thursday, February 12, 2009, I will be joining my fellow Portland, Oregon, blogging, social media, and Twitter fans in the Portland Twestival, part of the international fundraising and social conciousness-raising for water sustainability with 175 plus communities around the world participating in Twestival. I describe it more in “Twestivals in 175+ Cities Around the […]

Tracking Yourself and Your Blog Brand Across the Online Social World

A while ago I ran across the Yahoo Pipes Social Media Fire Hose, a script written with Yahoo Pipes by Joseph Kingsley. If you want to track yourself, your blog, your brand, or any keyword or phrase across the web, especially by social media sites, this is the tool for you. The Yahoo Pipes Social […]

See You in Las Vegas at Blog World Expo

I’m going to be joining everyone in the blogosphere at Blog World Expo in Las Vegas this weekend, September 20-21, 2008. Not going to be there? You are missing out on what could be a record breaking event. I will be there with Woopra, Layered Tech, and WordPress. I’ve peeked at the Conference Schedule and […]

Blog World Expo Discount

If you have plans or are considering attending Blog World Expo in Las Vegas on September 20-21, 2008, Guy Kawasaki is offering a special BlogWorld Expo Special Discount for an additional 20% off the early-bird prices (expire August 22). I will be there, along with the whole Woopra team to talk Woopra, WordPress, blogging, and […]

Define Blog Success: A Better World Because You Blogged

With all the hoopla of lately to find a definition for blogging, a friend forwarded this as a possible description of a successful blog. Success: To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false […]

Blog Challenge: World Records Bloggers Could Break

In 2005, I wrote Guinness World Book of Records and Other Blog Score Cards, challenging bloggers to come up with their own set of “World Records” that bloggers could break. The record books are still open, so this week’s blog challenge is: Create a List of World Records Bloggers Could Break Write a blog post […]

Blog Challenge: Have Blogs Changed the World?

I recently posted a blogging challenge on changing the world in 30 seconds and it got me thinking about how blogs have had such an amazing impact on the world today. While many think about blogs as offering examples of freedom of speech, allowing those who have long not been heard to shout their message […]

PC World Review: WordPress Best for Top-Flight Bloggers

In case you missed it, Matt Mullenweg pointed out that PC World Magazine has highlighted WordPress in “New Tools Help Take Your Blog to the Next Level” with a very favorable review: Top-flight bloggers are increasingly moving to WordPress, Automattic Productions’ no-cost, open-source blogging software. Unlike the basic blogging tools found in Blogger, Microsoft’s Windows […]

Blog Challenge: Changing the World in 30 Seconds

A year ago, I asked my readers to make a list of 30 things they could do in 30 seconds or less to change the world. This week’s blogging challenge is another challenge to write such a list. Blog a list of 30 things you can do in 30 seconds each to change the world. […]

Bloggers Who Contribute to the World Benefit the World

Steve Rubel of Micro Persuasion writes in “Blogosphere Leaders and Losers” on how leadership tells, even in blogging: If there’s something that most of these folks have in common it’s this – they are critical, but they’re also really nice and willing to learn. They always contribute to the discussion in a positive way. They […]

The Wonderful World of WordPress Products

By now, most of you should know that there are three versions of WordPress available and one awesome forum software program, bbPress, which works seamlessly integrated with two versions of WordPress. Let’s look at your WordPress options and see which one is right for your blogging needs. WordPress.com WordPress.com is the free but limited version […]

Blog Branding: Show the World You are an Expert

I’ve mentioned repeatedly on this blog that your blog is your resume. It is the example you set for the rest of the world. You leave mini-resumes on comments all over the blogosphere, which can be easily tracked back to your blog, so your comments, as well as your blog, need to speak well of […]

Free Digital Books from The World eBook Fair

Everton Publishers’ Genealogy Blog reports that Project Gutenberg and World eBook Library are sponsoring the World eBook Fair. Project Gutenberg, with the cooperation of many other eBook publishers, is currently sponsoring a month-long eBook Fair. They have made available about 1/3 million books – free of charge – until August 4, 2006. The World eBook […]

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