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Can You Sell Your Blog?

In How to Buy or Sell a Blog, I gave you a list of articles I’ve found about buying and selling your blog, but I wanted to take this conversation even further. What would it take to make your blog be worth buying? In Selling Your Blog: What Are Buyers Looking For and Selling Your […]

Blog Struggles: Taking The Moral High Blogging Ground

Oh, the stories I could tell. I wish I could tell you about all the times when my instinct was to take the low road, to accuse, to play Devil’s advocate, to leap to conclusions, to express unfounded opinions, and to lower my standards. Oh, the times, the many times. A constant struggle of mine […]

How Much Will You Accept To Put Ads on Your Blog?

Google Blogoscoped offers “The Paid Links Economy”, an indepth look at how bloggers are using paid links to earn money. The article explores various paid link schemes, but this part jumped out at me: Whether or not this ad type is acceptable to the blogger thus depends on a variety of factors which need to […]

W3C Announces Widget Standard Proposal

Micro Persuasion’s Steve Rubel announces the “W3C Proposes Widget 1.0 Standard” coming from the The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the governing body that determines Internet standards. The proposal covers “small client-side applications for displaying and updating remote data, packaged in a way to allow a single download and installation on a client machine.” The […]

Editing Your Blog Comments

I’ve written a lot about comments, how to handle them, respond to them, and some guidelines for posting comments. One aspect of comments rarely covered indepth is the issue of editing your comments. Not “your” comments left on other blogs, but the comments you receive on your blog. As a general rule, you can judge […]

Blogging Challenge: Hobby Blogging and Blogging About Your Hobby

I’ve written about how to let people know more about who you are so they understand who is behind the scenes of your blog. I’ve also challenged you to write about what you really know and are considered an expert in, giving you a chance to brag. Now it’s time for a different kind of […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Blogging and Blogging Tips

This is a blog about blogging, as well as WordPress, and over the past year I’ve written plenty about blogging. When I began this blog, Lorelle on WordPress, was meant to be about WordPress. All about WordPress. I quickly found out that you cannot use WordPress without blogging, so the two fit together. I’ve written […]

Do I Need to Ask Permission to Put a Blog in My Blogroll?

I’ve been asked a lot recently about asking permission first to include a blog in a blogroll. I found this an interesting question since it never occurred to me that permission would be required. After all, isn’t inclusion in a blogroll a compliment? What is a Blogroll? A blogroll, sometimes called a “sidebar links list” […]

Proofreading Your Content and Code

Robin’s Blog article on “Proofreading Javascript”, is a great article on how to not only proofread javascript, but all HTML, CSS, PHP, and other programming codes and languages. A lot of tips she offers also covers how to proofread your content. 1. Proofread, proofread, proofread. Then proofread more. 2. JavaScript is case sensitive, MyVar is […]

You Got To Earn Your Reputation

In a beautiful comment on his announcements of his move from Microsoft to Podtech, Robert Scoble said: So, don’t subscribe to just cause I’m going. Make us earn your subscription! I’d read Scoble’s post the night before I attended my first Marysville, Washington, City Council Meeting to participate in an open hearing on the […]

Admit it, You Are a Closet Star Trek Fan Like Me

Okay, admit it. I’ll admit it if you do. I’m a closet Star Trek Fan. Okay, not so closet, but still a fan. Not the kind of fan who knows the name of the wife of some third rate character that appeared in the 47th episode of Deep Space Nine, but still a fan. The […]

Google Buys Some of AOL

In an attempt to bring two Internet monsters together to tackle the gorilla monster, Microsoft, Google has bought $1 Billion for 5% of AOL stock, says BBC News. Online search engine Google has confirmed it will invest $1bn to take a 5% stake in Time Warner’s AOL unit as part of a major strategic alliance. […]

Blogging Threatened by Impending Legislation – Be Warned and Be Armed

According to a post by Owen Winkler at Asymptomatic, blogging is being threatened by impending legislation in the US government. If you’re not into reading the links in the previous paragraph, here’s the gist: Republican Jeb Hensarling of Texas sponsored a bill that would add words to the federal election laws that would exclude the […]


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