It seems that some of my client’s sites that are hosted on GoDaddy.com are running much slower (if loading at all) right now. Coincidence? Maybe… or maybe someone hacked in retaliation. Us customers cannot have the liability of a CEO acting this way. Too risky for our small businesses.
When leading instructional sessions on blogging, I often discuss the value of comments and how most blogs these days are not “if you write it they will come”, but rather “when you write it, no one cares”.
The new Facebook commenting system requires you to log in to Facebook in order to leave a comment on a site (that is using the plug-in). Therefore, the 99% of comments that this blog receives (as well as most others) that are spam, might be dramatically reduced.
Chris Lake write’s a concise and simple post offering 10 essential tips for gaining more retweets. Some tips are easier to follow than others, but if you can follow even a few of these, you’re off to a good start and ahead of the pack.
Problogger recently posted a great “200-level” article on their site with regards to driving traffic. Obviously 100-level stuff consists of the basics we all know (like posting quality content with good, catchy titles). This 200-level article discuss some lesser known tips, which I highly recommend.
AOL just convinced itself to pay $315 for the HuffPost, which produces limited original content, outside of the ranting deranged posts of its readers who comment on the articles HuffPost assembles and reposts from other sites and sources.