A little over 2 months ago, I spent some time trying to claim my coComment RSS feed in Technorati.
I was able to enter the feed and have it listed in Technorati as unclaimed, but I couldn’t claim it.
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.
Sometimes you make a mistake when blogging and get the facts wrong. How do you follow up with a correction?
I don’t know the exact terminology that press guidelines or rules use, but generally it is something like
Mike Sansone in a recent comment over on his blog, after I gave a tagging example of [a href=”http://www.converstations.com” rel=”tag”]Blog Coach[/a] in his comments, replied
Can I start using “generous genius” when I point to your site?
During an interview with Shoemoney(listen to it here), Matt Mullenweg mentioned that WordPress 2.1 will be released on January 22nd.
It is available as a beta version, and a believe beta2 is due any day now. Lots of people in the WordPress development community have been running WordPress 2.1 beta on production blogs, and a lot of the code is shared with WordPress.com.
Rand Fishkin has an interesting post on the benefits of linking to other people.
It is actually quite a sterile look on the practice, and doesn’t mention one important concept.
Zenrob has been checking his MyBlogLog stats to see how much traffic MyBlogLog is actually bringing him. His conclusion is 6 percent of unique visitors.
Checking my own stats the results are actually very similar.