The Best of the Blogosphere: April 18, 2008
April 18, 2008
Welcome to another edition of The Best of the Blogosphere, where I try to round up all the greatest content from the past week and put it together into one valuable resource that you can enjoy, learn from, and even share with your own readers if you like!
If you’ve written a great article, covered big news, started a contest, etc. then please shoot me an email if it’s relevant and I might include in the next roundup. I’d love to help you out in getting more exposure and also let my readers know everything that’s going on in the blogosphere, so don’t be afraid to ask!
How to Get Piles of Links, Subscribers, and Comments at Skelliewag.
10 Ways to Improve Blog Traffic in 30 Minutes or Less at ProBlogger.
What is a Blog Really Worth? at How to Make Money Online for Beginners.
Introduction To Link Clusters at Court’s Internet Marketing School.
8 Addictive Habits of Bloggers at DailyBlogTips.
Should You Upgrade WordPress? at Pro Blog Design.
Blog Commenting Tips Are Utterly Ridiculous at Blogging Fingers.
Are You a Jealous Blogger? at The Blog Entrepreneur.
25 Incredibly Artistic Websites at Vandelay Design.
6 Valuable Post Types and When to Use Them at Caroline Middlebrook.
SEO Explained for Small Business Owners at SmallFuel.
Alexa Announces ‘New’ Rankings at ProBlogger.
The WWW Observer is For Sale! at The WWW Observer.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s roundup! However, I’ve been thinking about something for a while and I’d really love your opinions on it. I usually do The Best of the Blogosphere on a weekly basis, every Friday. So far this has worked out fine, but now I feel that these link resource posts are quite dominating. Instead of doing them every Friday, I was thinking of doing them every other Friday - once every two weeks. This way there will be a bit more room for real content on this blog, and it’ll also improve the quality of the roundups. Drop a comment and let me know what you think. Have a great weekend! :)
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