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The Challenges of Creating an Interactive Blog

By Rachelle Chase Last week, I used my Sex Lounge Finding Derek Contest – an online contest where hunky guys competed to be the hero of my book – to show the importance of interactive web sites. I focused on the why and how to make your site interactive. This time, I’d like to get […]

What Inspires Your Readers to Interact With Your Blog?

By Rachelle Chase Static content that talks to readers is not enough today, especially with the meteoric rise in popularity of online communities and social networking. Good content is still the key to attract and compel people to return to your site, however giving them more than static content and blog comments for interaction gives […]

Blogging Resources and Sources to Help You Blog

As a blogger and professional editorial and technical writer, I have collected a variety of online resources and references to help me write, blog, and work. The following are a list of Internet resources, sources, references, guides, and tools that help me with my basic blog writing research and publishing. I use these resources to […]

Weekly Digest: Lorelle at WordCamp Israel – Not Much Else. You?

Shalom from Israel! I’m in Tel Aviv for WordCamp Israel on October 25, 2007, which was a resounding success, and catching up with good friends and good food. This is the Weekly Digest from Lorelle on WordPress. To subscribe to the Weekly Digest category of Lorelle on WordPress, you can subscribe by the Weekly Digest […]

Tony Hung’s Rules Behind Creating a Great Blog

In another of Tony Hung’s guest blogging adventures on ProBlogger a while ago, he tackles The Rules Behind Creating a Great Blog. So in your quest to dominate your corner of the blogosphere, you might be wonder about higher order questions. How does one blog? What are the “rules” behind creating a great blog? Is […]

Weekly Digest: Introduction, ProBlogger, Blue Collar Bloggers, PayPerPost, and More

Welcome to the first Weekly Digest from Lorelle on WordPress, a one-stop buffet of tips, tricks, and techniques on WordPress and blogging. I’m so busy lately I can barely keep up with myself. So I decided to keep track of myself with a weekly summary digest of all that myself has been doing. Mad cow […]

Honoring the Hard Working Blue Collar Bloggers

While a lot of people rant on about the A-List and Z-List of bloggers, Tony Hung of Deep Jive Interests offers “A List Types Refuse to Acknowledge Blogging’s Blue Collar Class”: But with the rhetoric once again reaching shrill levels, …there’s one thing that Jeff Jarvis, Jason Calacanis, or any other A-list blogger fails to […]

Thank Women Bloggers

Jessica Doyle has joined the Blogging Chicks Blogroll and now features a women’s only blogroll, honoring female bloggers: As I wrote in Updating My Blog to Reflect I have joined an all female Blogroll which can be found on my links page. This is a women’s only Blogroll…And to all the female bloggers I already […]

Playing Blog-Tag With Your Favorite Bloggers

Early in December, Jeff Pulver started a Virtual Cocktail Party Game called “Blog-Tag”. The tag game has spread. Have you participated? The Blog-Tag game is a virtual version of “It”, a children’s game where someone is “It” and has to run around trying to touch another child who then becomes “It” and continues to chase […]

Hotel Industry Bloggers Blogging the Hotelosphere

I love finding blogger niches and was delighted with Chrispitality’s Round-up of Hotel Industry Blogs. There is no doubt that the hotel industry is catching on to the fact that consumer-generated content is finding a voice in online media. As such more hotel brands will develop blogging strategies to touch customers on a more intimate […]

Growth of Online Medical Social Networks, Support Groups, and Communities

DailyStrength: Online Support Groups and Aggregate Treatment Info from TechCrunch is an interesting article about a new social network which is a forum/support group for people with health and life issues and concerns. DailyStrength is a new social network that provides a space for people with a wide variety of medical, psychological and life conditions […]

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 […]

ProBlogger Asks Which Bloggers Would You Love to Meet?

ProBlogger Darren Rowse asks “Which Bloggers Would You Love to Meet?” and stirs up some interesting responses. The lists of who most people would like to meet are sometimes surprising, and gives you insights into who some of the top (and most mysterious ;-) ) bloggers are out there. Check it out and add to […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Most Popular Articles on Lorelle on WordPress

As you’ve looked back with me over the past year’s worth of over 800 articles, can you possibly guess which article was consistently number one on my blog? Was it an article about how to design WordPress Themes? How to improve your blogging? How to make lots of money with your blogging? Nope. Was it […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Blogging About Bloggers

I’ve had fun over the past year blogging about bloggers. The first batch of bloggers I blogged about were the first bloggers on WordPress.com, followed by bloggers blogging about Hurricane Katrina, which was of special interest to me since I was in its direct path. A fun article on bloggers blogging about unusual topics was […]

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