This post started as a follow-on comment to my post “Not All Dofollows are created Equal,” but it started to get long and linky, so it became a new post. In the previous dofollow post, I was wondering why, given the number of comments I write on other blogs, I get so few inbound . . . → Read More: Dofollows Part II
I comment on plenty of of blogs. I never noticed my comments scoring me serious incoming links on my WP dashboard, even from so-called “dofollow” blogs. That’s what dofollows are meant to do — increase your incoming link count, and ultimately bump your Google PR.
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One of my web developer friends evolved her own custom CMS several years ago, when there the opensource CMS’s (a la Drupal, Joomla, et al) were not nearly as good as they are now. In the past few years many of her clients have wanted to start blogs. Writing her own blogging module seemed . . . → Read More: Using Blogger as a front end
Warning: If you are not a WordPress blogger who can install your own plugins you might wish to skip this post.
Bloglines is my feed reader of choice because it’s simple and hierarchical. I’m going to show you a neat little trick I did on a wordpress blog to make a compact, organized, and best . . . → Read More: Put Bloglines to work for your WordPress blogroll