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Flat Fee Advertising All That’s Left?
7th of July 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Flat Fee Advertising All That’s Left?

If you go by the story from SEOMoz, there’s too much fraud in the advertising arena and the only format that makes sense for advertisers is flat-rate models such as Text Link Ads (aff). The post writer, Michael Martinez, cites a staggering fact that 14% of clicks in the click-through ...more
Advertising
College-Startup for Sale!
7th of July 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

College-Startup for Sale!

College Startup is a wonderful little blog that I was turned onto some time ago by Darren. Since then, it has been a notable little item in my Bloglines account which was where today I found out that its owner, Ben Bleikamp, has decided to sell. The auction is being ...more
Blog News
The Ethics of Profile Peddling
30th of June 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

The Ethics of Profile Peddling

Profile Peddling. I don’t know that it’s really a word but I don’t really honestly know what else to call it. It is the practice of opening up accounts at supporting services such as Flickr or MySpace in order to funnel traffic to a blog or website. It’s been a ...more
Blog Promotion
The SiteMeter Frenzy: Is it Really Necessary?
16th of June 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

The SiteMeter Frenzy: Is it Really Necessary?

This post was contributed by Aaron Brazell, a regular ProBlogger contributor. Last year, in the early days of my “problogging”, I was in New York City with a friend of mine who was attending Ad:Tech. He was attending, I was working on a book. Later in the evening, he was ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
WordPress Plugin: Timecapsule
1st of June 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

WordPress Plugin: Timecapsule

This post was contributed by Aaron Brazell, a regular ProBlogger contributor. Update: A new version of the plugin has been uploaded. I accidentally published this early and had to pull it back because it wasn’t ready-for-live yet. RSS subscribers, you got a sneak peek early but I wasn’t ready. Now ...more
General
Alternablog: Videocast
24th of May 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Alternablog: Videocast

This post has been submitted by regular contributor – Aaron Brazell The past few weeks, I’ve been running a mini-series about different kinds of blogging. The first entry in the series was about moblogging and the use of mobile technology to update and post to a blog. Last week, we ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Alternablog: Podcast
18th of May 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Alternablog: Podcast

This post has been submitted by regular contributor – Aaron Brazell Recently, we began examining alternate forms of blogging. Mostly this is to stimulate thought on other methods of bringing content to the table. Last week it was mobile blogging, or moblogging. Another alternablog is the podcast. While podcast describes ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Alternablog: Mobile Blogging
10th of May 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Alternablog: Mobile Blogging

This post has been submitted by regular contributor – Aaron Brazell For the most part, when people talk about blogging they are talking about a very conventional style of communication which describes what most of us are used to – a top-down, linear mostly text medium. While this is the ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Will You Reboot on May 1st?
27th of April 2006 Guest Blogger 0 Comments

Will You Reboot on May 1st?

This post has been submitted by regular contributor – Aaron Brazell There’s been an unofficial holiday on the web for the past 6 years or so. It’s called the May 1st reboot and it refers to the date that web designers have chosen as “spring cleaning” day. The day is ...more
Blog Design