Sociable has been due for an update for a long time. In popularity I am sure it is among the top 20 plugins in use, maybe even top 10 – it is certainly very visible on blogs, more so than the very discreet Share This plugin.
Darren Rouse gets talked about a lot in the blogosphere, and for good reason. He writes quality articles and is a nice helpful guy.
Darren Rouse Logs
Someone was checking results for Darren on Yahoo. How do I know? I spotted it in my MyBlogLog stats that they had clicked through.
Neil Patel has been discussing Del.icio.us today
What he forgot to mention was the Del.icio.us tagometers that were recently introduced by Delicious that you can also add to your blog. I have been testing them on a few niche blogs, and they have proven to be quite effective in encouraging additional clicks.
Frequently you see discussions regarding certain SEO techniques being Blackhat or Whitehat.
I have always looked on it that the easiest way to determine that is to read the Google webmaster guidelines, and keep an eye out for what Googlers are saying. I think it is also wise to follow the spirit and not the letter of the law.
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.
In a previous post I stated the following:-
Would I Do Paid Posts?
Yes – but not for the reasons most people would do them.
I value my time, and the $30 I would currently get from ReviewMe to do any justice to a review just wouldn’t cover my time.
It is Friday, but I am still going to nag people about SEO and tagging.
It seems in the last 24 hrs that Alexa have caught up a little with their statistics
In the comments discussing my objections to the current implementation of Google Reader on Robert Scobles blog, something very interesting cropped up.
Robert was vehemently questioning the morals of people in a blogging network.