Ramit over at I Will Teach You To Be Rich reminds us that when all is said and done, a blog's success depends on the merit of its content, and not on the quality of its design, stats programs, or all the SEO stuff ... View Post
David Paul Robinson explains how to put a "clip" on your blog that contains your shared items. You could probably also use one of ... View Post
iMax width plugin sets a maximum width for photos. This is useful for the following reasons:
It won't allow you or other users to inadvertently break your ...
As mentioned in a previous post, Google penalizes sites for duplicate content. One way of solving this is modifying the robots.txt file. Daily Blog Tips describes another way to prevent Google from finding duplicate ... View Post
Blog Rambler says that this can damage your Google ranking since Google penalizes duplicate content: When a crawler visits the site it must decide which of these pages is most relevant, ... View Post
Netvibes. I've tried Google Reader and Homepage and found them clunkier and a bit trickier to use. But Google has a major advantage over Netvibes (unless I'm missing something): the Share option. Google Reader users can select to share items with others. This is useful for many ... View Post
Lorelle has a whole explanation on how to provide more than just post and comment feeds on your blog. She explains how to add category feeds, with or without RSS icons, making them auto-discoverable, and even add customizable keyword search feeds. She also discusses whether it's ... View Post