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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 […]

Blogging Success is About The Long Haul

In response to my article on the Blog Herald, What Does it Really Take To Blog?, a new contributor to the Blog Herald, Jason Kaneshiro, gives his perspective in Making A Long-Term Commitment To Blogging… Don’t Break The Chain: Q: What does it really take to blog? A: The ability to make a long-term commitment. […]

Never Break The Blogosphere’s Trust: It’s universal

By J.T Dabbagian of If you’re brand new to the blogging realm, or if you’re a blogging veteran, please know that there is one thing that stands above everything else in the blogosphere, beyond SEO, monetizing, backlinking, everything. If you only take one thing from my posts on this blog, or on my own, […]

What to write about: How to get ideas when you run out of E-steam

By J.T Dabbagian of As your blogging journey continues, you’ll find yourself stuck on that path of writing. You’ll realize one day that you have absolutely nothing to blog about. Now, before you jump up in your underwear and run around your block screaming bloody murder, just know that harvesting new content really isn’t […]

Keyword Conquering: How to take control of the search engine

By J.T Dabbagian of Recently, I made a post that was a rant about the keyword “Make Money Online.” I wrote that there were alternatives to saying “Make Money Online,” but nobody ever seems to think of them. That being said, it’s important for you to realize that there are more keywords and search […]

Weekly Digest: Guest Bloggers Galore, Theme Spam, Blog Scraping, and Personal Blogging

It’s been a week and a half of fabulous guest bloggers bringing some color and excitement to Lorelle on WordPress. Wow! And some babble about WordPress Themes with link spam and vulnerabilities that must be addressed, and blog scrapers stealing content from Blogs. And one of my guest bloggers begins a series on the […]

Blog Challenge: How Do You Judge a Blog Post as a Success?

How do you determine the success of a blog post? Is the number of comments on a post indicative of the post’s popularity and success? Is it the traffic that comes to that post? Is it the number of trackbacks? Is it the fact that the post got dug by Digg or linked to from […]

Odds and Ends WordPress Plugins You Must Know About

When I started researching and planning this month long series on WordPress Plugins over six months ago, I had a very specific list of 30 different categories of WordPress Plugins to bring to you such as WordPress Plugins for comment spam, feeds, subscriptions, statistics, layout and formating, multimedia and images, comments, multiple bloggers, polls and […]

Public Polling Problems

I know that many of you with full version WordPress blogs use polling WordPress Plugins to test your audience’s knowledge and opinions. Evangelical Outpost has written and interesting article on “The Problem with Public Opinion Polls” which is worth reading if you take your online polls seriously. The primary defect of opinion polls is that […]

Technorati Explains Link Count Criteria: Expiration Date 180 Days

Many of us are still trying to figure out how Google’s Page Rank works, but at least we have a better clue now on how Technorati ranking works through a good explanation by Brian Pinkerton in “Making Sense of Technorati Link Counts”. We display four count-related numbers in just this little part of the page. […]

Copyrights and the Blogger: Protect What is Yours

Blog Critics’ article “Copyright And The Blogger Syndicate” discusses the ongoing battle between blog syndication and social networking and copyright protection and sums it up beautifully with two instructions to all bloggers: 1. Protect your blog to begin with. How you go about this, depends largely on whether you’re a contributor to a larger site […]

Tags and Tagging in WordPress

One of most popular posts I wrote is on A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and Users, which offers a step-by-step process of how to create the tags and signature you find at the bottom of every post that I write. I’d like to clear up a little confusion about tags in for you. […]

Don’t Buy WordPress – It’s Free

No BS Launch Pad brought to my attention a WordPress “cheat” you need to be aware of. They promise many things it seems, but I really want to attack: ….they offer are very, very basic things like themes. Note that you can get all of the same themes here for FREE… …Wordpress is a free […]

Blog About Someone or Something That Has Changed Your Life

You would think that as experts in nature photography, travel, and web design, our main site, Taking Your Camera on the Road, would have certain articles that would attract a high level of consistent traffic, right? You would think that exciting and innovative articles like CSS Unleashed – CSS Experiments with Design Elements, which took […]

20 Answers to the Question: What Does It Take to Blog?

MJ of the Desert Day by Day blog left an interesting comment on my article about women bloggers: I will be 44 tomorrow and have no background in computer or technology of any kind. It is my limited understanding that those bloggers that do(yourself included) orbit in a Internet universe separate from the countless numbers […]