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Looks Like Your Page Was Heavily Hit By Spam – Yeah, Right, Spammer!

Among the recent, slowly dying down, recent spam attack, I find this comment spam: Kim… Looks like your page was heavily hit by spam… Oh, please. Give me a break. It’s really cute to send this kind of nice spam message right after a massive comment spam attack. Do they really think we are that […]

Check Your WordPress.com Comments for Comment Spam

I wrote a few days ago about the massive comment spam attack on WordPress blogs, especially WordPress.com blogs, and how for the most part, Akismet was catching all the evil comment spam. Well, the battle is still being won, but comment spam is slipping through. A huge round of hotels, steroids, and other comment spam, […]

Blogging Yourself Into a Job: Is Your Blog Your Resume?

Ask yourself this important question: Is your blog your resume? If the answer is yes, then it is especially important that you take your blogging efforts seriously and make sure you have a solid resume within your blog. Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your […]

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 […]

Global Awareness May Change The Way You Communicate on the Web

In an interesting twist in forum demeanor, Topic.net’s Blog write about “What Do You Do With Your Online Community When Things Get Hot?” which I found very interesting. The Washington Post recently closed down a message forum after getting 700 heated posts in response to a story about the Abramoff scandal. Last June, the LA […]

The Top 10 Clues That You Are an Amateur Blogger

This post could be also called “The Top 10 Most Common Writing Errors” or “The Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make”, but I thought “The Top 10 Clues That You Are an Amateur Blogger” was more appropriate. Because, if you want to have your blogging taken seriously, then you need to sit up and pay attention […]

Comment Spammers Now Using Hebrew to Fool You

Just when you think the comment spammers can’t get any more inventive, they try to fool you using comment spam with Hebrew. The source of the comment spam is from a legitimate Israeli online casino site, but I wouldn’t recommend them to anyone just because they use comment spam to build links, page rank, and […]

I Love It When You Say Nice Things About Me

I do love it when you all say nice things about me and my work on this blog or elsewhere. I love it when we all say nice things about each other, and we say them publicly as well. There isn’t enough “nice” going on in the world today, so when you can, spread some […]

The Attack of the Spam-Bots from Hell

After a couple of years of fairly simple, easy-to-kill comment spam bots, it appears that the web is under assault by a particularly vicious new criminal spam-bot. A friend of mine claims that in order to figure something out, outwit or beat something, you have to be 6% smarter. Well, folks, this new spam-bot appears […]

The 12 Biggest Problems With Your Blogs

Sedition.com’s “The 12 biggest problems with your blog” is a brilliant summary of the most commonly found problems, and distractions, on many blogs. Here are some highlights that had me dancing around the room so much, they bear some repeating: 12) The banner graphic. Regular visitors don’t need 18% of the page space taken up […]

Do-It-Yourself Search Engine Optimization Guide

Search engine optimization doesn’t cost, but not paying attention to search engine optimization costs you plenty. The following are tips, techniques, and the tools you need to create a search engine friendly website or blog. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the technique of fixing code, writing keywords, and making your site an open door to […]

Get Your Free WordPress.com Blog Now

I haven’t found an official announcement, but the begging for WordPress.com invites now seems over. If you want to get your own free WordPress.com blog now, just visit the WordPress.com Signup page, or click JOIN from the main page of WordPress.com. Here are some things to know about your free WordPress.com blog: It’s About Blogging: […]

Mainstream Corporations – You Do Not Get to Blog

Bob Cauthorn in Corante writes “Memo to mainstream media: You don’t get to blog” and it’s a brilliant poke at companies and ad agencies who think blogging is the latest, hottest, next best technique to capture an audience’s attention and sell them things. According to Cauthorn – You do not get to blog. “… I’m […]

More Than You Want to Know – Search Engine Articles, Information, and Resources

Our Articles on Search Engines How Search Engines See, Search, and Visit Your Website How People Search the Web and How They Can Find Your Blog Google Page Ranks, Google News, Google Gossip, Google Blues Website Development – Search Engine Submission Preparation Blog Site Search Engine Submissions RSSTop55 – Best Blog Directory And RSS Submission […]

30 Things You Can Do to Change the World in 30 Seconds

Part of the reason so many people blog is to help change the world. So I’m starting a new competition. The reward? Convincing people to change the world in 30 seconds or less. The task? I challenge all bloggers to blog about 30 things that can be done to change the world in 30 seconds. […]