The one thing that irritates me about all the “Best of” blogging awards is that they are always, without exception won by the blog that can encourage enough of their own readership to vote for them. Obviously they have the high readership because they write quality content, and have been established for a lot longer to build up their readership, but in some cases that means they win the prizes, year on year, almost by default.
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
LinkedIn as a concept is great, but the Invite process is fairly laborious. That is probably why I have 160+ MyBlogLog community members and at time of writing, only 10 connections in LinkedIn.
I hate to say it guys, but all these wishy washy wish lists that appeared today really don’t give MyBlogLog the credit they truly deserve, or really explore the potential of MyBlogLog. Andy Beal has a few useful ideas. Shoemoney also has a list, but I am not going to link to him as he prefers invective to cover up his spamming activities. In fact Shoemoney’s list seems to be an attempt to control the problems his community marketing tactics initially encouraged.
This is a deadly serious question, and I am not even going to answer this one in my RSS feed, you will have to click through to get the answer.
Has Danny Sullivan committed the cardinal sin?
You can tell I am going through a lot of posts on other blogs, and some are just too good not to mention, Michel Fortin has just posted a list of all the tools he uses to manage his business, and exactly why.
John Wesley over at Pick the Brain really is “getting smarter every day”.
He had a great article, he submitted it himself, and it flopped on Digg.
Doesn’t that happen to us all? Multiple Times?
Macalua has just released a Top Posts By Category Plugin which seems like a great idea that could generate some additional traffic to posts already receiving high traffic.
Hmm, that would be a little bit like what Alister wrote about Knuttz recently.
I am not sure of the easiest way to leverage it.. maybe an invisible category “hot”.