Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Technorati, the chronicler of all things blog, has been measuring, categorizing, and tracking blogs for some time now. Their success and demise has been declared and predicted by blogosphere insiders just about every year since the site came online. By Jack Humphrey
Posted by Rick at 12:00 PM
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Creating a blog with great content is only half the battle. Without readers, a blog just lingers, and you put too much time and effort into your blog to let it linger. What good is our subject matter if nobody reads it?
Posted by Rick at 1:59 PM
In an increasingly bizarre Internet catfight, TechCrunch blogger Michael Arrington unloaded on Fusion Garage and its investors, and even had a few choice words for the media. By Alex Phan
Posted by Rick at 1:33 PM
There’s an old joke about personal development – maybe you’ve heard it. “How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb?” By Patricia Mayo
Posted by Rick at 12:53 PM
Monday, December 21, 2009
The Free Flow of Information Act of 2009 (also known as the Media Shield Bill) recently passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, meaning that the bill has been placed on the official calendar of business and could be considered and voted upon by the entire Senate soon. By Sarah Evans
Posted by Rick at 6:01 PM
Becoming good at writing requires practice, effort and skill. Great writers are focused more on the substance of their work rather than spelling, grammar or citations. Those elements of writing are not forgotten, but great blog writers know substance matters most. By Blogussion
Posted by Rick at 5:36 PM
Finding inspiration for blog posts can be a tedious task. By Blogussion
Posted by Rick at 5:32 PM
According to Comscore, the number of people accessing the web through their mobile phones has doubled over the last year to 22 million every day. Social networking sites and blogging are the most popular sites people are visiting on their hand held device.
Posted by Rick at 5:08 PM
Alex Cristache has written a great blogging guide that you can download.
Posted by Rick at 4:51 PM
Now you can take advantage of Google’s new Socialize feature to tweet your new blog post from Feedburner.
Posted by Rick at 4:48 PM
Monday, December 14, 2009
Confucius, the father of Confucianism, died more than 2500 years ago, but his teachings are still relevant — not least when it comes to blogging. By Michael Aagaard
Posted by Rick at 12:32 PM