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Commentful Firefox Comment Tracking Tool Review

Commentful is a web service and Firefox plugin that helps you keep track of blog comment conversations. I have been using it for the last few days and it seems to work pretty well. Commentful is a service that watches comments/follow-ups on Blog posts, Digg submissions, Flickr pictures, and many other types of content. When […]

Do Your Readers Think You Are Ignoring Them?

Some people actually do ignore their readers. It amazes me how many blogs leave comments unanswered. But sometimes you can ignore your readers unintentionally as Brian found out. Read his post “My Contact Form Has Been Broken For Months“. A timely reminder to test your contact form and ensure any contact details you publish are […]

Killer Flagship Content Review Roundup 4

Another week, another Killer Flagship Content ebook review roundup! Don Campbell There are no cheap tricks here, only guidelines on creating quality content that your readers want and need. Nathan Briggs the first time I’ve seen all the information in one cohesive well presented package. Definitely a useful file to have on your hard-drive “Colbs” […]

Reader Appreciation

I thought I would just take a moment to thank my top commenters.  Thanks for all your contributions, it is very much appreciated 🙂 Bes Zain Dawud Miracle Marc Chase Andrew Ferguson John Liz Strauss George Ahmed Bilal Maki Doug Karr Krishna De John Wesley Ashish Mohta Jack HMTKSteve jhay James Colbs Anthony Baggett Tony […]

Blog Fight

Terry has added a fun feature to his blog – Blog Fight! Now you can have your own blog fight between A-List Bloglebrities and the like, using this nifty Technorati-powered tool below. Of course I am only happy because my blog won its bout 😉

My Comment Policy

A commenter called John asked why I “censor” comments. I was taken aback. Obviously the implication is I pick and choose what appears on my blog. Of course I do, but not based on if the commenter agrees with me or not. I thought I would take a moment to explain how I go about […]

Where To Find Images For Your Blog

Andrew Ferguson has posted up a great post on where to find Great Free Photos for Your Blog Knowing where to look is just as important as what you find. I know most people’s first instinct is “Google Images!” Ignore that instinct. Google Images is useful for some things, but not really for this. There’s […]

Putting a Value on NoFollow Links

This week I was pulled up on my comment links having the default “no-follow” attribute. This led to me installing the WordPress “do-follow” plugin and also to questions about if no-followed links have any value. First of all let me explain what “no-follow” means. The idea was hatched to prevent spammers profiting from carpet-bombing blogs […]

101 Post Ideas That Your Readers Will Love

I have been watching Philip Lius blogging progress and he keeps managing to kick it up a notch. His latest post should provide inspiration for even the most bloggerblocked amongst us – 101 Great Posting Ideas That Will Make Your Blog Sizzle. Check it out. Be inspired. Then Digg it 🙂

Interesting MyBlogLog Tactic

Another email, another traffic building tactic. This time from Broc Copeland about his MyBlogLog Giveaway The Prize: Canon Photo Printer, Pixma iP1700 It’s a prize draw where if you join his MyBlogLog community you get a chance to win, drop him a link and you get ten chances. This is interesting to me for a […]