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How to Turn Off Snap Shots Link Preview on WordPress Blogs

Snap Preview Anywhere, known as Snap Shots, Snap Shots Integrator, mShots, and many other names, is considered by many as one of the most annoying “gimmicks” on the web, continues to be enabled by default on WordPress.com blogs. Many new bloggers are still “testing” this gimmick which allows a thumbnail preview or feed view of […]

Why Writing a Link Post May Be Less Like Partying and More Like Work

By Jan of Circular Communication If you read only the headlines of my first two guest posts here at Lorelle on WordPress you may have gotten the impression that I take link posts lightly. Those who know my link posts know that this is not the case. Hence is it time to set the record […]

How Do You Find Relevant Blog Posts To Link Too?

By Dawud Miracle @ dmiracle.com As I wrote about previously, I tend to link out from my blog a ton. Yet, just linking isn’t enough – at least for me. I want to link to posts that are highly relevant and complementary to the topic I’m writing about. And specifically, I want the text I’m […]

Why Writing a Link Post Should Be Like Planning a Party

By Jan of Circular Communication In my first post about link posts – Why A Link Post Should Be Like Mingling at a Party – I played the guest introducing other guests to each other. However, you are in fact the host of the party when you are writing a link post and thus much […]

Terms of Use and Universal Comment Link Philosophy

By John Pozadzides Are you like me? Do you rant and rave against SPAMmers? Do you keep a loaded sidearm at the ready in case you encounter one? If so… please seek help, you’re taking this too far! :-) But I digress. You see, for the last several days my blog was being absolutely accosted […]

Why You Want To Link To Other Blogs

By Dawud Miracle of dmiracle.com Just about anyone who’s blogging knows that they need to link to other blogs in their blog posts. You know it, right? But how many look at linking as a strategy? I’m not talking about a strategy just to increase traffic or exchange links for Technorati rankings – though that […]

Why A Link Post Should Be Like Mingling at a Party

By Jan of Circular Communication When Lorelle invited me to guest blog here at Lorelle on WordPress she asked “if I would like an invitation to the party”. She suggested that I should write about something that she believes I do particularly well namely writing link posts. When I first started Circular Communication link posts […]

Blog Success: It’s the Linkable Content, Folks

Zen Zoomie’s Place: Chronicles of a (Wannabe) Pro Blogger wrote How the Great Blogs Began: The First Posts, with a spart two in the series, featuring Lorelle on WordPress. I was surprised to find that my blog has been selected as part of his series, but more important was the stats being used to measure […]

The Agony of Link Hunting

Finding links to blog posts to write about is easy. But finding links from blog posts I remember and want to link to, but can’t seem to find, is exceptionally frustrating. Have you suffered from the Agony of Link Hunting? Searching Without a Search Form I’m working on an article and I want to reference […]

The Magic and Fun of Incoming Links

On your WordPress blog in the Dashboard, or on your WordPress.com blog on your Blog Stats panel, you will find Incoming Links. If you aren’t using WordPress, you can find your incoming links through Technorati with: http://technorati.com/search/example.wordpress.com And through Google Blog Search with: http://blogsearch.google.com/blogsearch?q=link:http://example.wordpress.com/ So what is so magical and fun about incoming links? Incoming […]

Feeds Change How You Write Links

Feed are changing how we write links in our blog posts. Have you noticed? There are two types of links. Absolute links are the most commonly found links in web pages today. They go directly to the source such as: https://lorelle.wordpress.com/2007/02/25/monetizing-wordpress-plugins/ A relative link is one that links relative to the page without the full […]

Dear Blog Emperors: A Link Relevancy Test

Dear Emperor: A Test for Your Next Link Post by Liz Strauss of Successful and Outstanding Bloggers writes a letter to all you blogging “emperors” to seriously consider the issue of “if content is king” when it comes to your blog post links: Dear Emperor, I’m writing to tell you that I know. Well, everyone […]

Strange Referrer Links in WordPress.com Stats

Have you noticed strange links in your WordPress.com Referrers list? They tend to look like this: http://example.com/wp-admin/index.php If you do, that means that your blog has been accessed from the WordPress Administration Panels or Dashboard. In other words, a WordPress or WordPress.com user clicked on a link to your blog from inside their WordPress. This […]

Don’t Get Rid of Your Home Link: How to Add a Home Link

I’m finding a new trend in web page design which removes the “home” link or button. Here is an example of how frustrating it is. I’ve found a delightful blog post. I’m thrilled with the content and want to learn more about what else is on the blog and who is blogging this prize example […]

Battle: Permalinks Versus Folder Links

I recently switched one of my blogs to permalinks, the links which turn: example.com/index.php?p=3548 into example.com/2007/08/this-is-my-post I went through the Page slugs for a few of my pseudo-static pages such as About Us and Contact, and decided to shorten the Page slugs. For example, I wanted the Page titled “All About Us” to have a […]

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