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Looking for Outstanding and Successful – and Unique – Blogs

Liz Strauss of Successful and Outstanding Bloggers is asking “How Many Truly Unique Blogs Can We Find?“ I’m looking for truly unique and wonderful blogs. The blogs I am thinking of are one-of-a kind, stand-out, nothing-like-it, wow-will-you-look-at-that. only-one, wish-I-had-that-idea blogs. Every blog in the bunch will be outstanding in its own way. She’s looking for […]

Six Steps to Blogging Success – Or Success in Anything

In the May 2006 issue of Coastal Living magazine, an article caught my eye about a young couple who moved from Montana to Bermuda to live on the beach and sell their own line of clothing called “Bermuda Styles”. What drew my attention was a bulleted list in a pull quote which gives basic tips […]

Rules of Smart and Successful Web Development and Web Design

20 Rules of Smart and Successful Web Development and Web Design is getting a lot at attention. It is also deserving of that attention. It’s worth a read, if just for the references and resources listed. Here are some highlights I really enjoyed. Respect your visitors. Don’t try to force your visitors to read the […]

Define Blogging Success

This post from Evolver on WordPress.com stopped me in my tracks. If this Blog does not succeed, then I must hang my head and shake my fist. Cause dammit, I am done with toying with this Blogging shit once and for all. While the author of Evolver admits to being both an optimist and pessimist, […]

Get Rich Quick! Go Freelance! Successful Entrepreneur! NOT!

Want to make money with your blogs? Want to have the public racing to your blog to find out what you are going to say next? Want to live in a big home with lots of electronic toys and know that you don’t have to worry about your kid’s college bills? Want fame and popparatzi […]

What Makes a Blog Successful?

Asterisk wrote about what makes a successful blog summing it up quite nicely. A successful blog (or blogger) is…Well written…Frequently updated…Consistent…Open…Responsive…Well designed…Aware of its audience…Varied in topic…Personal…Thick skinned…Honest…Accountable…Funny The comments from readers are even more exciting, helping to fill in the blanks of what makes a successful blog. Here are a few highlights I really […]

The Key to Blogging Success: Perseverance

According to Going the distance: building blog traffic through perseverance from Blog Herald is a great look at one of the major keys to blogging success: stick with it. Over the long run, the ups and downs of popularity or consistent rise in traffic, stay focused and consistent with your topics and posts and you […]

Trap and Kill – WordPress Bug Hunt Success

I’m just back from a week in New Orleans and along the hurricane damaged Gulf Coast to find that the WordPress Bug Hunt this weekend was a resounding success. The WordPress Bug Hunters put on their camo and carried the big guns and tracked down and destroyed about 100 bugs in WordPress, making the world […]

Pro Blogging Tips from ProBlogger – Blogging to Success

Darren Rowse’s 31 Days to Building a Better Blog Headquarters on ProBlogger is a must read for anyone interested in taking their blog to the TOP level, not just the next level. Rowse spent 31 days plus blogging on a wide range of amazing tips, techniques, and resources you need to know to maximize your […]

The Secret of Successful Editing of WordPress Themes

The WordPress Support Forum get questions every day for help on how to tweak this or that part and piece on user’s WordPress Themes. Do you want to know the secret behind successful editing and designing of your WordPress Theme? Mozilla Firefox. Isn’t Firefox just an Internet browser? Yes, it is, but it is also […]

Blog Exercises: Emulator, Original, or Teacher?

In a candid interview on The Culture Show, Lady Gaga described the artistry of her work. I don’t know if any of it is any good, and I’m not sure it matters…it is a life force on its own. I’m still very young, in the duration of my life’s work. If you look at the […]

Blog Exercises: Intentional Blogging

One of the things I work with in teaching writing for the web and blogging is to blog intentionally. I call it “content with intent.” Content with Intent From the very first of these Blog Exercises I’ve preached content with intent, blogging with every intention filled with purpose, goals, and incentive. Specifically self-incentive, a self-motivated […]

Blog Exercises: Trust the Crowds

In an October issue of “Science News,” an article on the “Deep Network” monitoring of the sea floor, reported on how the general public may monitor the sea floor through the Neptune system of underwater microphones and web cams through LIDO (Listening to the Deep Ocean) (requires Flash). New discoveries have been made by citizens […]

Blog Exercises: A Link List Post to Dazzle Readers

In blog exercises on making lists and making your lists pretty, we worked on the links, understanding how they work and formatting your styles. In this blog exercise, I want to focus on the content within those links, the real reason people love those link lists. I’d like to cite my friends at Daily Blog […]

Update to WordPress 3.6.1 Now

It is upgrade time again. Time to upgrade your WordPress. WordPress 3.6.1 Maintenance and Security Release was announced today. It includes fixes to WordPress 3.6 and some security issues, so this is a mandatory update. WordPress.com users are automatically updated, as are all those on managed WordPress hosting like WP Engine. This update applies to […]

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