Written on March 24th, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 10:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

Pixel Ad Site Targeting Bloggers with Deception

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This morning I received an email from someone promoting his pixel advertising site which is targeting bloggers to buy space by deception.

The email was actually reasonably well written and outlined an opportunity to buy pixel squares along side other prestige blogs. It mentioned by name some very large blogs and pointed to it’s pixel map at www.worldblogcenter.com (I’m not linking up).

Here’s a screen capture (click to enlarge):

Picture 5-2

As you’ll see when you head there they’ve already signed on some very well known blogs - it’s very impressive.

Of course when you dig a little deeper you find that at least some of the more well known blogs that have ‘bought’ space have never heard of it before. I just spoke with Jason Calacanis who says he and his team at Engadget and The Cancer blog (both featured at present prominently) have not bought space and had no knowledge of their logos being used in this way. I’ve also talked to numerous others whose logo is being used and have had a similar response.

Those included presently on the page include:

They have grouped together a number of blogs of similar genres including SEO, sports, travel, tech, blogging etc obviously in the hope of trying to attract other unsuspecting bloggers to join up.

In my book this is deception.

Now perhaps some of these large blogs have signed up and I’m making a big deal over nothing - but I’m yet to find an ‘advertiser’ on the list who knows that their logo is being used although I worry that some might have already signed up under false pretenses. I have however had email from a few people who have been approached to join the program who were about to do so on the basis that other prominent blogs have (obviously the intention of the people behind the program).

In and of itself I have nothing against pixel ad programs (although apart from the first one I’ve not seen any that have worked) - what I do take issue with is when they try to gain momentum by dubious means that obviously prey on people’s desire to be seen next to prominent blogs who have not consented to be used in this way.

I wouldn’t be surprised if this site isn’t there in a few hours - if I was behind it I’d be worried about the reaction of those that it’s using the logos of in this way.

update: Digging a little deeper - their ‘press page’ also ‘looks’ quite impressive at a glance but just points to 9 places where the same press release have been published - example.

update 2: I’ve written an update on this story with further developments here.

Written on March 24th, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 09:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

10 Steps to Writing a Successful Series on your Blog

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Now that we’ve talked about why a blogger might consider the use of a series of posts I’d like to turn my attention to the way in which I do it.

When it comes to the way I build a series of posts on a blog my workflow is a little different to Eric’s (although there are some real similarities also). Let me outline how it usually works for me (and it does vary from time to time).

1. Identify a topic - this is of course key when it comes to developing a successful series (as it is with single posts also). As I reflect upon most of the series of posts I’ve written here at enternetusers over the past year it’s interesting to see that in virtually every case the series has started in my mind as a single post. For example - one of my first ever blog series was one I wrote on AdSense for Bloggers. This 8 part series started (in my mind) as a medium sized post. As I started writing I soon realized that there was more that I could write than would comfortably fit in one post and so the series began.

The key of course is to make sure you choose a topic that is large enough to warrant multiple posts (you don’t want to write a series just for the sake of it) but manageable enough not to overwhelm you. Some topics are so large that they could almost be a blog in and of themselves.

The ideas from most of the series that I do generally do come from the themes that I see in the interactions that I have with my readers. Questions that they ask are usually key in triggering my thinking in this way.

2. Write a list - this second step will not surprise regular enternetusers readers as you know I love a good list and that lists (like in this very post) are pretty central to my blogging style. When I make the decision that a topic is big enough for a series I generally start with a bit of a brainstorming session and compile a list of the main points that I want to make.

These lists generally start out as bullet point lists of keywords and phrases written up either in a TextEdit document or even straight in an ecto draft. Once I’ve got a list of keywords I then go back and add a few descriptive sentences under each point to flesh them out a little. It’s amazing how many of these sentences make it into eventual posts. I find once I’m on a roll that a lot of it just flows and I can end up with a list of 10 or so ideas pretty quickly.

The list is rarely the final list that I end up going with (some don’t make it and others are added) but it does form the basis for my series with each point usually ending up as a post of it’s own.

3. Set Targets - at this point I generally set myself some goals for the series and try to establish boundaries for it. Looking at the list I can generally tell how many posts I’ll need to complete it which in turn helps me decide how long it will run for. I generally try to run them for a 1 week period (starting on a Monday and ending on a Friday) but have been known to run them over longer and shorter time frames. It’s good to know up front what you’re aiming for so I think about questions of how many posts, how many I’ll post per day, how long the series will run etc.

4. Set up Draft Posts - with these details settled I then take the list I’ve created and take whatever I’ve written for each post so far (often just a few keywords and a sentence or two) and copy and paste them into some draft posts on my blog. I give each one a draft title (often changed later) and just leave them each there as drafts for me to work on in the coming days.

5. Pick a Title - the name that you give your series can actually be a very important factor in it’s success and I would recommend that it be something you give serious consideration to. I guess in this decision I’m thinking about branding and how the series might be marketed. Picking the title for a series is pretty similar to the process of choosing one for individual posts and are often a combination of choosing something that is catchy as well as choosing something with some good keywords in it (for SEO purposes).

6. Announce the Series - up to this point all my work is in private but I put the pressure on myself now by announcing the series with an introductory post. This serves a number of purposes including letting your readers know what to expect (it creates some anticipation) but also making me accountable to finish what I’ve started. There’s nothing like telling your readers that you’ll be writing X number of posts on a topic to keep you motivated and accountable for the task.

7. Write an Introduction to the Series - The Introductory post is generally the same one that I do the announcement in. In it I try to do two main things. Firstly I outline where we’ll be headed over the coming days. This might even include announcing your actual topics (if you’re that organized) but could be more general also. Secondly (and more importantly) the focus of the introductory post is to help highlight the ‘need’ that the series will help to address.

I’m a firm believer that the most successful posts and series of posts that I’ve written have been popular because they meet some sort of need that people have.

8. Write a Post per Day - This is one of the main differences between my approach and Eric’s. He writes all of his posts in advance and sets them to go off over a future period of time. While this works for some it doesn’t quite fit with my own rhythm of blogging - I much prefer to tackle writing a post per day. This is for two main reasons - mainly to keep my posts fresh (I find that it’s not until my readers begin to interact with the series that the the series really takes off and I start to write my best stuff after reading their comments. Writing in advance doesn’t doesn’t give me the opportunity to build what I’m writing upon the wider community’s experience. The other reason is because I find writing multiple posts on the one topic in a short period of time is too much for me. I’m much better when I break things down. This is just my personal preference and helps me keep things more manageable.

9. Interlink your Posts - I see a lot of bloggers attempting to write blog posts as a series that don’t do this and think it’s a big mistake. While your current regular readers will be able to follow your post by logging on each day or reading it in RSS - future readers of your blog might not has as much luck as they often come in via a search engine to a middle post in the series and if you haven’t linked to the rest will have to go searching for it.

there are a number of ways of interlinking your series. Here are a few of them:

  • Central Page - in this case you have one page/post on your blog that you link to from each post in your series that lists links to each post in the series. For an examples of this check out my blogging for beginners series central page and the 31 Days to Building a Better Blog central page. Another variation of this is to make your introductory post the central page and as you write other posts add them to it.
  • Links at the beginning and/or end of posts - in this strategy each post in your series will link to other posts in the series. There are two ways of doing this. You can either just link to the post before and after the post in the series or you can link to all the posts in the series from each post (for example my AdSense for Blogging series and my Blogging for Change Series for two variations on this).
  • Combine all the posts on a central page to make a longer post - I’ve only done this a couple of times and it’s not my preferred method but another strategy is simply to write another longer compilation post at the end of the series that combines everything you’ve written before. Examples of when I’ve done this is on my Search Engine Optimization for Bloggers series as well as my declaring war on blogger apathy series.

10. Finish your series well - While it might sound obvious to ‘finish your series’ I think it’s important to do this well. Readers like closure (as do bloggers themselves) and it’s often good to finish a series with a short summary of what’s been written and/or some reflections on the process of writing the series itself. Especially helpful in a concluding post (or just a concluding paragraph in the last post) is the invitation for readers to add their own thoughts and points. On most occasions in my experience a series could have other posts added to it and so it’s a good thing to acknowledge this and invite others to continue it in comments (or on their own blog). In this way you not only get reader interaction but also develop a more well rounded coverage of the topic as your readers add their own expertise and experience.

Written on March 24th, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 01:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

How to Write a Blog Series

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MindBlog has a good post on Writing a Series of Blog posts which outlines the process that Eric goes through when putting together a series of posts over at his blog.

The method of stringing related posts together in a series has been a central part of enternetusers over the past year (I always seem to have one on the go) so Eric’s post got me thinking about my own workflow in writing them.

As a result I thought it’d make a good series to write how I do it!

Don’t worry - it’s just going to be a 2 part series. In this post I’ll talk a little about WHY writing series of posts from time to time can be helpful and in the next (and last) post in this mini-series I’ll outline my 10 step process for writing a successful series.

Writing a series of posts is an excellent strategy for bloggers for a number of reasons.

  • Instead of ending up with one longer post on your blog on a topic you end up with multiple highly targeted posts which is good for your blog’s Search Engine presence
  • Series of posts can often help bloggers to go deeper and examine a wide topic in a more comprehensive way
  • They help build momentum on a blog over time in terms of your writing flow - I also find that they are good for helping me keep my motivation to write up on my blogs
  • They encourage repeat readers (people come back each day for more)
  • If you put them together smartly they are interlinked which is good for building page views per reader, creating stickiness and ranking well in Search Engines

A Word of Warning - I do suspect that some bloggers take the idea of the blog series too far in a couple of ways.

For starters if you have too many of them you can end up leaving your readers feeling quite confused and overwhelmed by them all. To be honest I think I’ve probably been guilty of this from time to time with some of you.

Secondly I see some bloggers who seem to use the humble blog series for the sake of it and extend out ideas over multiple posts that could (and perhaps should) be contained in one post. As we’ll explore in Part II - there is a need for balance in deciding which topics warrant a series and which don’t.

For example - I could quite easily have written this mini series as a single post (and in fact started out doing so) - but as I look at what I have to say in Part II it would end up being much too long. On the other hand I could have broken Part II down into 10 small parts and stretch this series out for 2 weeks - but I think that doing so would be overkill considering both the amount of content that each post would be but also the nature of the topic (while there are 10 distinct points to come - they all relate and are more powerful when presented together).

Read more at Part II - an examination the 10 steps I use to go about creating a blog series.

Written on March 23rd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 03:03 pm by David Shawver Stanton

Speedlinking - 23 March 2006

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Google AdWords Keyword Tool - A Useful tool for AdSense Publishers

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I’ve been playing around today with the Google AdWords: Keyword Tool which is a tool designed to help AdWords advertisers optimize their campaigns - but which is also very useful for AdSense publishers. It’s recently been updated in a number of ways - one of which is that you no longer need an AdWords account to access it.

I thought I’d take you on a tour of it because I think it has some great applications for AdSense bloggers.

When you first go to the tool you’re given an option of two types of keyword searches - ‘Keyword Variations’ and ‘Site-Related Keywords’. I’ll take a quick look at each now in turn.

Adwords-Keyword-Tool

Keyword Variations

I’ll start off by plugging ‘Blogging’ into the field and then pluggingin ‘get more keywords’. The results of this give me a list of keywords that relate to the term ‘blogging’ - ranked by relevance.
Related Keywords

This list might be useful in thinking about other words to include in your posts - but in and of itself it’s not the most useful list (as you’ll see it comes up with some interesting keyword). What is more useful is the next feature…

Keyword Popularity - Above this list is a drop down menu titled ‘Show Columns:’ which allows you to view the same list of words with some other, more useful, data. The first of these options is ‘Keyword Popularity’ which gives the following information (click to enlarge):

Popularity

Now you not only see a list of words - but see two extra things (note if you click the blue links at the top of these lists you can have them arranged by order of them).

1. Advertiser Competition - or how many advertisers are targeting these words.

2. Search Volume - how many people are searching in Google for these words.

This information is very useful for a publisher in a number of ways. For starters if you’re running AdSense on your blogs it will help you to determine what words might be worth targeting in order to get a good supply of ads. For instance ‘corporate blogging’ seems to be a term that advertisers are looking to target whereas ‘cat blogging’ is not (who would have thought!).

Secondly for bloggers looking to optimize their blogs for Google the second column tells you how popular keywords are for searchers. While the little green bars don’t give you numbers you can compare words popularity. So at a glance I can see that more people are searching for ‘audio blogging’ thank ‘blogging tips’.

Cost and Position Estimates - the next option on the drop down menu gives you some hints on what advertisers are willing to pay for keywords. I won’t go into all the details of it but enter a dollar value in the field and see what ads ads are in that range.

Once again - this is helpful for publisher to get an idea of what keywords are worth. Remember that the values are what it costs advertisers and not what publishers are paid - ie Google takes a cut and ’smart pricing’ means payments to publishers vary.

Global Search Volume Trends - this is the next option on the drop down menu and gives you some more useful information regarding the trends around search in Google for these terms.

Again it gives you the ‘Average Search Volume’ which we’ve seen before - but it also gives you ‘Search Volume Trends’ for the past year in a little graph. This enables you to see how the number of people searching for the keywords has fluctuated over the past 12 months. It also gives you the month that had the highest volume of searches in that period. Below is a screen cap (click to enlarge).

Keyword-Search-Trends

Once again this gives some very useful information as it enables you to track the popularity of topics over time.

For instance take a look at the phrase ‘business blogging’ which 12 months ago was fairly low but whch had increased significantly over the 12 months. This gives an indication of the growth in popularity in this term. Balance this with the first column that shows it’s not as popular a term as ‘blogging’ and you’d be in a good position to decide whether it’s a term you want to target.

Possible Negative Keywords - The last option gives the words in the term that are not as relevant to the keyword search. I’m not sure how this is too useful for publishers - it would be more relevant for advertisers.

Site Related Keywords

Ok - back to the top and lets select the other tab - the ’site related keywords’ option.

Site-Targeted-Keywords

Here you are able to enter your blog’s URL (or any site for that matter) and find keywords related to that site. I’ll try it out with ‘http://www.enternetusers.net’. Once again you get a drop down menue with different ways of viewing the words.

Keyword Only - as with this option above this gives an indication of what keywords AdWords sees on your blog. This is actually very useful as you get a quick overview of the keyword density on any page of your blog.

One of the problems I often see with bloggers using AdSense is that they get irrelevant ads on their blog. This leads to lower CTR and is often a result of poor keyword density.

For enternetusers I get these results:

enternetusers-Keywords

As I write about making money from blogging I don’t see too many surprises here.

Under these results is a long list of keywords related to each of these terms.

Keyword Popularity - in this option we again see a list of how many advertisers are competing for these keywords and what the search volume for the keywords is. Very useful information in tweaking your site to trigger plenty of ads and hit words that people are searching Google for.

Cost and ad position estimates - as outlined above this enables you to check what people are paying for the keywords related to your blog.

Global Search Volume Trends - once again - a very useful tool for identifying whether the words on your blog are becoming more or less searched for over the last 12 months.

General Comments

- While any AdSense publisher using this tool will definitely want to keep reminding themselves that it’s actually designed for Advertisers and not publishers - it is a very useful tool to keep in your publisher tool belt in order to optimize your blog for it’s highest potential when it comes to SEO and AdSense.

I’ve found it not only interesting (and fun) to play around with it today but have identified a few simple ways through analyzing the results it gives to improve one or two of my own blogs. I’m certain there are other ways to use as a publisher that I’ve not yet thought of though and would love to hear how you’ve used it (or will in the future).

Written on March 23rd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 08:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

Recapturing the Joy of Blogging

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I was just lamenting to myself a few days back that one of my favorite bloggers (who blogs about blogging), Paul Chaney, had been a little quiet recently on his blog. Today he posts a blog titled The Joy of Blogging which might explain a little of why we’ve been missing his words of wisdom recnently:

‘As I’ve lived my life out on the blogosphere for over two years (I started in December 2003), I found it to be something very pleasurable. It started out as a hobby, then morphed its way into a business. Somewhere along the way, blogging ceased to be fun and started to become more like work. When it did, my posting slowed down dramatically….’

He goes on to outline four ways to help if your blogging has become more of a chore than a joyful experience:

  • Blog about what you have a passion for.
  • Read other blogs.
  • Take a blogging holiday on occasion.
  • Set regular times to blog.

Another tip that I’ve been considering lately on a couple of blogs that I don’t really enjoy any more is simply to end them. In fact last night I ‘retired’ a number of blogs that had not been going well both from a perspective of traffic but also from a perspective of my own joy and interest in them.

Of course ‘retiring’ a blog is probably a last resort and I’d suggest you take some of Paul’s advice before getting to that point. I’ve also written quite a few posts on battling bloggers block - many of which might help a little with recapturing some of the joy of blogging.

Written on March 23rd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 03:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

Blood Boiling Blogging Practices

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I’ve had one of those hours that makes my normally calm demeanor disappear - in fact my blood’s close to boiling point tonight. Warning - this could get ugly….

It happened as a result of three online interactions in quick succession:

1. Pyramid Scheme Advertising - I was IM’d by a person who was pitching me to advertise on his pixel advertising site. The system was one where I was ‘guaranteed’ traffic to my site after a $75 ‘investment’ - for life. I could also make back my money! Sounds too good to be true - and in my mind it is. The system is a pyramid scheme that gives incentive to those who advertise to click on the ads in the system. The person could not see why I wouldn’t want this type of traffic at enternetusers (ie people who were being paid to surf here). I explained that firstly I didn’t want that type of reader and that secondly the ad programs that I use (like AdSense and Chitika) don’t allowed their publishers to engage in finding traffic through paid to surf programs.

Ironically the last time I chatted with this person on IM they were complaining of being kicked out of Chitika for no reason - even though they admitted to using traffic generators on their sites.

The IM conversation lasted close to half an hour with neither of us making any ground (ie he didn’t convince me to join his pyramid scheme and I didn’t convince him that his system seemed completely dodgy - we agreed to disagree and left it at that).

2. PR Comment Spam - Next I decided to check my inbox before heading to bed. There I found two comments left on different blogs from someone asking me to consider writing on their new technology product. The two comments were identical and outlined the benefits and features of the product. On neither post were the comments relevant to the topic.

What made me angrier was that on the weekend just gone by (Saturday - a day I try to stay away from things online) I had received a phone-call from this company who had found my number on my blog. The call did not go well. For starters the line was terrible (it sounded like he was calling from a bad voip connection or something), secondly within two seconds of me answering the phone the guy launched into a product sales pitch and then asked me to blog about it. I had never heard of him, his company or his product before and couldn’t see how it related to the topic of this Blog. There was a tenuous connection but despite me saying on a number of occasions that I didn’t think it fit the focus of enternetusers he began to argue the case further.

Today’s comment spam on two different blogs was from the same guy with the same pitch. He also sent a comment through my contact form on one of those blogs.

Being pitched ideas for stories from strangers via comment spam and ‘phone spam’ is not the way to go about building your reputation in the blogosphere.

3. Splogs - The very next item in my inbox was from a reader asking me to recommend a good script to help him get automated posts up on his blog. The reason? It would allow him to concentrate more energy on other aspects of his blog like advertising it…. I’m not going talk any more about this one - but on top of the other two contacts to be asked to recommend a script that sounded like it would be used for creating splog content didn’t leave me feeling my normal happy, calm and self.

Ok - perhaps this is just me, maybe I’m just having a bad day (although I wasn’t aware of it until an hour ago) but the last hour highlights to me that some people just don’t get it on a number of levels including ethics - basic business sense and understanding some of the basics of blogging culture.

I’m willing to give people the benefit of the doubt when they’re just starting out and do attempt to respond to people with grace and understanding when approached in all of the above ways (none are isolated incidents). But somedays it all does get to me a bit as it makes me realize that while I spend a fair bit of time here at PB attempting to write about developing new media strategies that have standards similar to my own that really in the wider community there is such a diversity of opinions, practices and ideas on standards.

I’m unsure what the ’solution’ is - but for now MY solution is bed and hopefully to wake up in a slightly calmer state.

PS: as is normal when I get a bit worked up - just writing it helps. So hear ends the public group therapy session! :-)

Written on March 22nd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 11:03 pm by Aaron Brazell

Optimizing your Title Tag for SEO on 3 Different Platforms

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This post has been submitted by regular contributor - Aaron Brazell

A lot has been made of SEO as it comes to blogging, both here at enternetusers and elsewhere. If you are a regular reader of this site, then this is especially critical to you. You read this blog because you want to know how to most effectively leverage your blog to make money. A lot of those earnings will come on the back of traffic from search engines.

A few weeks ago, we looked at how to get a very effective integration of Adsense into your WordPress-based blog. I realized as I interacted with you in the comments that my affinity for WordPress would help many out but that there are a large portion of you who use non-WordPress solutions.

Today, there’s another tip I’d like to pass along - one that Darren turned me onto and that I have been implementing across my blogs. It’s optimizing your <title> tag for Search Engines. Specifically, how to implement a “Entry Title - Blog Description” style title scheme. This time, I’ll cover more than WordPress.

The Importance of Title Tags

I’m preaching to the choir when I tell you that title tags are important. They could very well be the most important piece of your blog. We know a couple of things about title tags.

  1. Title tags describe a page. They are a one line summary of what the page is about. The common (and semantic) understanding of the tag is to wrap the title of the site. Unfortunately for many people, the title of the site is completely un-descriptive of the content of the blog. For example, my blog is called “Technosailor”. If I put this in the title tag, search engines really have no clue as to the content of my site. It means nothing to spiders. It would be much better for SEO to place a keyword-rich description (e.g. “Technology, Blogging and Politics”) in the title tag.
  2. It’s the Title Used in SERPs! The content of your title tag is what will be displayed in search engine results. Before I optimized Technosailor to use a “Entry Title - Blog Description” titling scheme, I had results like this in Google:

Okay, Title Tags are Good, but How Do I Tweak Them?

Depending on the blog platform you use, and the theme/template in use there are a few options.

WordPress

For WordPress, most themes include a header.php file. This is an optional file that developers do not have to use, but almost universally do. Because WordPress has some cool template tags that help determine what kind of page the current one is, we can use this to figure out how to display the title accordingly. Just replace your <title> tag with something similar to this:

<?php
  if(is_home())
  {
  	echo'<title>';
  	bloginfo('description');
  	wp_title();
  	echo'</title>';
  }
  else
  {
  	echo'<title>';
  	the_title();
  	echo ' » ';
  	bloginfo('description');
  	echo '</title>';
  }
?>

This block of code is used at That Damn PC but can be adjusted or tweaked based on your own preferences. It simply determines if the current page is the home page. If it is, then the <title> tag will be displayed in the form:

<title>Tips and Tricks to help you Master Your Computer</title>

On all other pages, You might see a title such as:

<title>Windows System Data &raquo; Tips and Tricks to help you Master Your Computer</title>

Moveable Type

Moveable Type handles things a bit differently. With Moveable Type, there are actually two different templates that must be edited to achieve this same result. From the Templates page, edit your Main Index template. Change the line with your <title> tag to reflect this:

<title><$MTBlogDescription$></title>

Save that and open up your Individual Entry Archive. To achieve the same result as the above example, change your <title> tag line to read:

<title><$MTEntryTitle remove_html="1"$> &raquo; <$MTBlogDescription$></title>

You can actually tweak your other archive templates to reflect a similar style.

Blogger

Blogger is a tricky one because there is no real way to massage the effects of the provided template tags. You don’t have the options of plugins or hacking at code to achieve the desired results. Therefore, the following solution provides similar results to the above but still places the blog title in your title tags.

<MainPage>
   <title><$BlogDescription$></title>
</MainPage>
<ItemPage>
   <title><$BlogPageTitle$> &raquo; <$BlogDescription$></title>
</ItemPage>

Each blog platform provides a mean to massage your output so it displays in a way that meets your needs. As a enternetusers, I encourage you to consider using one of these methods (or roll your own!) to tweak your title tag and get the most bang for your buck.

Written on March 22nd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 01:03 pm by David Shawver Stanton

AdSense updates AdSense Help Center

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Google Sm-1The official AdSense blog has just pointed to their newly designed AdSense Help Center. It includes their demo section and a basic troubleshooting section.

I’m not sure how much of it is new and how much is just redesigned - but it’s developing into a reasonably helpful resource for AdSense publishers.

Written on March 22nd, surf Active Apparel website cinch jeans zone.at 10:03 am by David Shawver Stanton

Zookoda - New Email Newsletter System

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Logo-1Regular readers will notice that my email subscription submission form at the top of my left hand menu has changed. This is because I’m beta testing a new email newsletter service called Zookoda which is designed specifically for bloggers wanting to offer their readers a way to subscribe to their blog via email.

I’ve just swapped my subscription list over and so it’s too early to give comment on how the service works but my first impressions are quite positive and I can see it has some great applications for a number of the blogs that I operate.

If you’re not already subscribed to my newsletter you can do so by simply adding your email address. If you do it in the next 20 minutes you’ll be included in this week’s newsletter. Otherwise there will be another one next week.

If you’re a subscriber I’d love to hear your feedback on the new format. Keep in mind it’s a beta test - but any suggestions you have as a subscriber will be appreciated by both me and the team at Zookoda I’m sure.

update: one glitch I’ve found with the first newsletter that just went out is that the reply address is actually wrong. When my account was set up by the Zookoda team they put their own email instead of mine as the sender. So if you reply to the email it will not go to me but to them. Please don’t inundate them with email meant for me.



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