November 2009

Wired Weekend #2: The Best Blogging Tips From Around the Web

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Another Friday calls for our second installment of our awesome Wired Weekend series where we bring you our favorite blogging tips from around the web. The thing that makes this series so great (besides how useful these links are) is that we select articles from our community and feature them in the post. We collect […]

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How to Setup a “Favorite Posts” Section to Bring Old Posts Back to Life

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One very well received new feature of our new design here was the “Favorites” section that I setup in our sidebar. Basically, it is a part of our blog where we selected our favorite articles that were no longer in plain view for our readers and made them more easily accessible.

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The Best User is the Biggest Winner

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Blog owners get a lot from having an active community.  For some bloggers they pay the bills from the purchases and clicks of their readers.  So of course blog owners try to build a blog with an active community they can build trust on. What might be surprising is the users who are the most […]

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How Bloggers can Prepare for the Future of Journalism

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Everett Bogue writes about the developing media world at The Future of Journalism. Follow him on Twitter. Want to write for us too? The media world is changing, in this month alone writers and readers everywhere watched helplessly as magazine giant Conde Nast folded four magazines (including the food favorite Gourmet) in one week and […]

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Five Points to a Successful Blogging Event

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Today, Arie Rich of KMPBLOG.com teaches us how to successfully plan and carry out a blogging event. You can catch Arie on Twitter at @ArieRich. Want to write for us too? Read here for more details. Blog promotion can be very tedious and time-consuming at times, and the worst is getting discouraged because of lack […]

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