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SEO Secret: Exploring How Search Engines Explore

Search Engine Optimization, aka SEO, is the technique of cleaning up your web page code to maximize your “search engine friendliness” and search engine coverage. The core purpose of search engine optimization is: Help search engines search your entire website or blog. Provide key words and phrases to help a search engine determine how to […]

Testing the Readability of Your Blog

Juicy Studio’s Readability Test is an interesting tool to test your blog’s readability. It’s more than just a test for keywords. It puts a page from your blog through a variety of tests that is, frankly, rather amazing. The content on your page is run through several reading level algorithms which test your content for […]

Evolution of the Corporate Web Into Bloggy Web

Scobelizer has done it again with “The Next Web is the Human Web”, a brilliant commentary on the future of the web, especially the corporate web. Now, what is the Web these companies are gearing up for? Yes, you’d be right if you guessed a bloggy Web. A Web with real people talking about real […]

When is the Best Time and Day to Post on Your Blog?

I update this post from year to year with new research and tips. See below for more current updates, and also read When is the Best Time and Day to Publish a Blog Post published in 2008 with more information you need to know on how to decide when is the best time to publish. […]

While You Were Out…Things Happened

Since leaving my humble abode deep in Hurricane Alley Grand-freakin’ Central in March to hit the road for one of my typical “drive-three-or-four-thousand-miles-for-some-reason-that-was-important-at-the-time” trips, things have been happening. Some good, some bad, some horrid, some delightful. On the high side of things, I was designated an SOB – “Successful and Outstanding Bloggers” by Liz Strauss […]

Advertising on Blogs – Affiliate Programs

Use-it’s look at affiliate programs is worth a read if you are considering adding advertising and income sources to your blog. An affiliate program is a way for sites to pay for incoming traffic: when site A links to site B, there is some mechanism for site B to pay a referral fee to site […]

The Movement Towards Collective Intelligence on the Web

Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Workgroup writes about “Five Great Ways to Harness Collective Intelligence”, and makes a good point about the concept of collective intelligence. One of the things Ellyssa discusses is some practical examples of harnessing collective intelligence, one of the linchpin techniques of successful Web 2.0 software. The article describes this as when […]

Blogging Tips – Hundreds of Resources for Finding Content for Your Blog

Blogging is great fun. It’s exciting. You start out with great ideas, full of motivation and inspiration. After a while, though, you run out of steam. The muse isn’t so amused any more and you start hunting for content, things to write about. There are two aspects of finding content for your blog. First, it […]

Learn Fast on How to Learn Theories

HeadRush’s Creating Passionate Users’s post on “Crash course in learning theory” is a great Reader’s Digest Condensed Version of a variety of learning theories. Learning theories are methods and techniques of teaching others how to learn. While you might think that this is only important to instructors and teachers, it is critical to anyone, including […]

Tracking the Top Fortune 500 Blogs

If you didn’t know blogging was the hottest fad on the Internet, if not the planet, you should know it now. The Long Tail – Announcing the Fortune 500 Business Blog Index is the announcement that a new wiki has been developed which will track the bloggers working for the top Fortune 500 blogs. Short […]

Reduce Digital Noise in Digital Images

Photo.net has an interesting article on “Using Image Calibration to Reduce Noise in Digital Images” that is worth a read. While it is fairly dry, written more for academic purposes than get-to-the-point help, it still brings up some good tips and points worth understanding when using digital images. I believe that understanding the sources of […]

Can You Visualize the Web?

If you could see the web, what would it look like? I was recently asked, “What does the web look like?” This inspired me to find out what it might look like if we could see the web and Internet, all the interconnected parts and pieces that create the spider web for which the “web” […]

Designing a Rainbow – Sexy Hot Colors

When it comes to mixing up a rainbow of colors for your WordPress blog or website, one of my personal favorites is Color Schemer. You can pick a color and it will show colors related and in the color theme for that color, darken or lighten it, or mix up some other features to find […]

Top Speeding Tips for Windows XP

After the massive whams of hurricanes that have hit the Gulf Shores of the United States, and sitting in the middle of them, working on this blog and my other WordPress site has been incredibly painful as the power goes on and off and maintaining a digital cable line continued to be unstable. When the […]

Bursty Blogging – Studying email, letter writing, and blogging

I teach nature photography, and one of my favorite subjects is teaching patterns in nature. When Mandelbrot came up with fractal theory which introducted the ability to actually measure clouds, mountains, and rugged coast lines, it was very exciting for me. Now I had a name for these patterns. Well, the math and sciences have […]

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