Rob over at yackyack has been busy putting some interesting tools together for Mybloglog users. Although in his words it’s “pretty basic”, he is going to be upgrading the stat system over time.
I like what he is doing with it and his system is one to watch out for.
I see more hacks and services to do with Mybloglog on the horizon. Hopefully the guys at Mybloglog will embrace them.
David Ogilvy, the writer of Confessions of an Advertising Man. Wrote about a bet between George Dyer and Max Hart.
Dyer bet Hart he could write a newspaper page of solid type and Hart would read every word of it. The bet stemmed from an arguement over long copy vs short copy.
The bet was accepted and Dyer told Hart he didn’t even have to write one word to prove his point. He only has to say the headline. Which was.
Continue reading “How to get Darren Rowse to read your blog”
So we had our first Digg over at Web Design Book. Although I cannot claim to have wrote it, it followed a brainstorming session Rich and I had about social media optimisation and the best way to approach it. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
Continue reading “Popping the Digg Cherry”
“Getting high quality editorial links is currently the single most important factor in getting a site to rank.”
I would have to agree with Andy Hagens. Getting links from authoratative websites and blogs within your industry is the best way to climb those search engine ranking pages.
Yeah sure, getting the right keyword in your domain and url is important. Look at what happened to Cornwall SEO. This site is number one in Google for the search term “cornwall seo”.
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I thought I would mess around with my widget. Widgetlove.com is the result.
If you join the Wigdet Love community your Mybloglog pic will appear and people can click through to see who you are.
At the time of writing no one has joined so it’s just a blank page, as more people join it will fill with handsome faces from the Blogging community. Continue reading “Widget Love”