December 13th, 2007
Welcome to the third edition of Resource for Bloggers Carnival! As you can see, we have a great participation on this edition.
If you want to see the previous editions, please read Resource for Bloggers Carnival – Edition 1 and Resource for Bloggers Carnival – Edition 2. Thank you all for making time to submit your wonderful posts!
Raj presents Importance of Backing Up Blog Regularly posted at MT Herald Dot Com, saying, “I landed in trouble dumping all the posts until this time in the bin. The blog was blacked out for a couple of hours (even my RSS readers might have noted that) that really sweated me out. This insists the necessity of backing up blogs regularly especially those with thousands of posts and those which generate thousands of dollars.”
Tash presents Style Sheets posted at Word Constructions, saying, “Business writing, well good business writing, is made up of a lot of elements. One important element that isn’t mentioned very often is consistency. While consistency in style, design and so forth are important, I am talking about consistency within the content itself.”
Kathleen Gage presents Is Blogging Necessary? posted at Street Smarts Marketing, saying, “Although some people view blogging as a novelty or a “someday I’ll get around to it” most companies will find great benefit by adding blogs and blogging to their overall marketing strategy. When done correctly, blogging can have an incredible impact on your market position.”
Wakish presents Method Of Presentation Of Topics posted at wakish wonderz, saying, “When you plan to write about something (applicable to any other article writing or GP Essays) a methodological approach must always be adopted. It can also be applied to an oral presentation of any topic.”
j blu presents Theory of Healthy Blog Portions posted at Fresh Geeks – Stay Fresh with the Internet, Tech, and Blogging, saying, “Does posting every day matter? That is one very common blogger question that has been on my mind lately. How consistent should postings be? It can be a bit puzzling if we come at it from the blog-writer perspective, so maybe turning the tables and seeing through the audience viewpoint will help. Taking that into consideration, and also assuming you have a group of loyal readers, I came up with the Theory of Healthy Blog Portions.”
Pablo Pabla presents 8 Basic Characteristics To Sustain Long Term Blogging posted at Blogsreview.Net, saying, “By analysing my personal experience, I think the following 8 Basic Characteristics of mine played an important part in my blogging stamina for these 2 years or so, culminating in the birth of different blogs across different niches. Let’s see if you share the same characteristics of mine.”
subhash presents How to overcome blogger’s block – Technova posted at Technova, saying, “Are you a blogger who post frequently ??? Is it like that if you don’t post ,you don’t get visitors ??? If it’s so You need a new content to write on your blog everyday. Most of the times you don’t get ideas on which you can write something. If this is for a day or two then its ok. But if it lasts for a week so, then it should be taken care of. The condition which I mentioned above can mostly be treated of as Writer’s block. If you don’t overcome this situation, you might loose your regular readers. Here by I’m giving some tips to my blogger friends to avoid this writer’s block.”
James Alenteal presents What Really Works, Part 5 ? Why Pretty Sites Don?t Sell. posted at James Alenteal’s Conversion Rate Clinic, saying, “We’ve all seen those sites with impressive Flash Animations, DHTML text effects, or artistic backgrounds that make you think you’re in an art gallery. Some of these sites take teams of developers weeks, even months to produce. And they don’t sell Jack. Why?”
James Alenteal presents What Really Works, Part 6 … Deep 6 Your HTML Tables With CSS ? Finally! posted at James Alenteal’s Conversion Rate Clinic, saying, “If you are not into hand-coding your sales page, at least take the time to understand the difference between a table-based site, and a CSS site, so you can instruct your site designer to do this right. The advantages are important.”
The Skilled Investor presents Publish your blog news articles on traditional media center and newspaper websites posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, “Bloggers can get published on media and newspaper websites. Newspapers are picking up web content through blog content consolidation companies. My blog articles get republished regularly through one such effort, BlogBurst.com BlogBurst screens established bloggers, and then they place certified bloggers’ real-time blog content onto multiple traditional media websites.”
Karen Zara presents How To Turn Serious Personality Tests Into Content posted at Abaminds, saying, “Five ideas and some examples to help you generate content from personality tests’ results.”
Sagar Satapathy presents The Landing Page Design Toolbox: 100 Tools, Tips and Resources posted at Virtual Hosting, saying, “There are a number of things that you can do to improve your site’s page. Here’s a list of 100 resources that can help you get on the road to building better landing pages.”
Ian Richardson presents 10 Reasons You Should Host Your Own Blog, including video tutorials. posted at Make Everything EzyAs123, saying, “With all the questions and interest in Blogs I thought is was time I lifted the curtains and shared the top 10 reasons why you should host your own blog like WordPress, instead of using free services like blogger, xanga or many others out there.”
Ian Richardson presents 2. Hosted WordPress Is FREE To Install, and YOU have complete control! posted at Make Everything EzyAs123, saying, “The hosted WordPress Blog is very easy to install and completely FREE to use as long as you have a domain name and hosted server, best of all it only takes about 3 minutes to setup.”
Alfa King presents You do not need a college degree to be a writer posted at Alfa King Memories, saying, “No, you do not need a college degree to be a writer, although you might need one to get some of the jobs that sustain writers who can’t make a living selling their material freelance.”
Albert Foong presents 5 Blogging Ups, 5 Blogging Downs, and 10 Blogging Tips posted at Urban Monk, saying, “Many readers ask about the life of a blogger. Is it worth it? Well – I’ll list some of the ups and downs I’ve encountered in my short blogging life, and let you decide.”
Pat B. Doyle presents Publish an Ebook in Amazon’s Kindle Book Store! posted at Pat B. Doyle, saying, “How would you like to be a published author on Amazon.com? I did it! The help they give you is confusing, to say the least. So I’m going to give you some tips on how to get this done as easily as possible with your ebook.”
Ianternet presents Influential Traffic is the Best Source of Traffic posted at Ian Fernando, saying, “Traffic is a major importance for a website or a blog, you need traffic to get exposure. The more traffic you get the better right? Not necessarily – it depends on what kind of traffic you are trying to acquire. Traffic vs Targeted Traffic are 2 similar but different types of traffic.”
Ninja presents WordPress Blogger’s Survival Guide posted at Ninja Blog Setup, saying, “I decided to compile the most common questions and their answers to hopefully create a valuable reference guide for WordPress users who are having a problem, or wanting to make changes to their site, but don’t know where to go for help.”
Kingsley Tagbo presents How To Improve Your Skills And Get A Lucrative Job posted at How to learn computer programming fast or get a job easily, saying, “In this post I will discuss why some people are affluent and successful in their careers while others seem to struggle with minimum wage or low paying jobs and despite their hard work, intelligence and personality can not earn enough money to pay their bills.”
Kenton Newby presents Google Analytics Goodness…Can You Believe This is Free? posted at KentonNewby.com, saying, “If you’re not already using Google Analytics, then hopefully this will help you see how valuable this free tool is for tracking your site’s performance, be it a blog, sales letter site, online store or anything else for that matter. Analytics can easily tell you the number of visitors, unique visitors and other basic info. But below are a few of the more useful types of data you can easily analyze once you have Analytics installed.”
Laura presents No More Filing Cabinet: 25 Online Filing Systems for Web Workers posted at Bootstrapper, saying, “Whether you work from home or have a separate office space for meeting up with clients, your work area is probably cluttered with loose documents, disorganized filing cabinets and messy paperwork. Web workers are on the computer most of the day anyway, so why not transfer all of your files onto a Web-based system? Read below for 25 online filing systems that will make your life much easier.”
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