Blood Boiling Blogging Practices
23rd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Blood Boiling Blogging Practices

I’ve had one of those hours that makes my normally calm demeanor disappear – in fact my blood’s close to boiling point tonight. Warning – this could get ugly…. It happened as a result of three online interactions in quick succession: 1. Pyramid Scheme Advertising – I was IM’d by ...more
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Optimizing your Title Tag for SEO on 3 Different Platforms
22nd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Optimizing your Title Tag for SEO on 3 Different Platforms

This post has been submitted by regular contributor – Aaron Brazell A lot has been made of SEO as it comes to blogging, both here at Problogger and elsewhere. If you are a regular reader of this site, then this is especially critical to you. You read this blog because ...more
Blog Design
AdSense updates AdSense Help Center
22nd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

AdSense updates AdSense Help Center

The official AdSense blog has just pointed to their newly designed AdSense Help Center. It includes their demo section and a basic troubleshooting section. I’m not sure how much of it is new and how much is just redesigned – but it’s developing into a reasonably helpful resource for AdSense ...more
Adsense
Zookoda – New Email Newsletter System
22nd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Zookoda – New Email Newsletter System

Regular readers will notice that my email subscription submission form at the top of my left hand menu has changed. This is because I’m beta testing a new email newsletter service called Zookoda which is designed specifically for bloggers wanting to offer their readers a way to subscribe to their ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
Should Sites Republish Blog’s Content?
22nd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Should Sites Republish Blog’s Content?

There’s an Interesting post and comments thread over at Mobile Jones where Debbie Jones talks about another site that is republishing her RSS feed without permission and is running ads on the site with some fairly prominent advertisers. This is an increasingly common occurrence and one that I’m asked about ...more
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Converting RSS Subscribers to Blog Readers
22nd of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Converting RSS Subscribers to Blog Readers

Phil Sim has an interesting post about The little post that could… where he had an influx of traffic to his blog from his RSS subscribers the day he wrote a post that mentioned his new blog design. Getting RSS subscribers to visit a blog is a challenge that many ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
gnoos — Aussie Blog Search
21st of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

gnoos — Aussie Blog Search

Yet another place for Aussie bloggers to submit their URLs and RSS feeds to at the new Aussie Blog Search at Gnoos.
Blogging Tools and Services
Engadget accused of Unethical Blogging
21st of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Engadget accused of Unethical Blogging

There’s an interesting story emerging on Digg with regards to Engadget and their acknowledging of sources of stories. The controversy is around this story at dapreview.net. Whether Engadget are at fault or not I’m not in a position to say – but the story is an important one for bloggers ...more
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YPN change their Terms and Conditions
21st of March 2006 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

YPN change their Terms and Conditions

YPN have just emailed their beta publishers to notify them that their Terms and Conditions were ‘modified’ this past weekend (crazily the link to the TaC in their email didn’t work). Unfortunately they do not say how they have been modified so unless you have a copy of the old ...more
Yahoo Publishing Network