As recently shown, people don’t read your terms of service. My stats also show that people don’t read my comments policy before posting a comment. Sometimes I am forced to delete comments from possibly well meaning people who don’t realise that their comment might be looked on as spam .
Digg has introduced some new buttons and here is how to use them with WordPress.
It’s smart enough to detect whether your link is a Digg permalink or a URL and whether or not the content exists on Digg already. If it exists, you’ll get the familiar yellow Digg box with a real-time Digg count to suggest visitors Digg your story. If the story doesn’t exist yet on Digg, the first person to click on the Digg It link will be walked through the submission process.
For many people, my Disclosure Policy Plugin was looked on as overkill. It seemed all they really wanted was an overall disclosure policy on their site, and to use a link in their sidebar.
Adding something to their feed content was generally looked on as a good idea, but all the additional functionality wasn’t really required.
My LinkedIn Fast Button has proven to be quite popular but some people might struggle with customizing the code, and it is easy to make a mistake, so I have developed a simple generator.
I have just added a free to use Adwords Keyword Formatter that I wrote some time ago for my old site. As I was playing around with generation scripts, I thought I would use it as a test for including PHP generators in a WordPress page, and it turned out fairly well.
I have started creating a few custom Feedburner FeedFlares for things that I would like Feedburner Feedflares to support.
I decided to create it as a static page
The affiliate program is PPA, and thus requires a signup to receive a payment.
You would think that as it is free, and actually quite cool and useful, people who clicked through to take a look might be inclined to signup and give Pageflakes a try, even if they ultimately decided to continue using something else.
Or maybe it is just me throwing money away by not just including my own selection of ebooks for my best ebooks post recently.
The post brings in search traffic every day, both from blog search and even Google’s main search that could be reading the recommended ebooks from my subscribers, rather than links I suggest.
Currently 7th and 4th on the first page of Google.
It is not bringing in a huge amount of traffic (a few visitors every day), but then it hasn’t been marketed at all yet, and those 2 terms are not highly competitive.