The Best of the Blogosphere: October 19, 2008
October 19, 2008
Hello and welcome to another edition of ‘The Best of the Blogosphere’. There are plenty of great articles featured here today so I hope you can grab a snack, settle down, get comfortable, and have a good time reading. Enjoy!
How NOT to Ask for Sponsorship or Advertising: 6 Deadly Mistakes at DailyBlogTips.
Use a Flagship Blog to Provide a Boost to Your Projects at The University Kid.
Get Lots of Traffic by Exploiting Social Groups at The University Kid.
30 Simple Ways to Battle Poverty with Technology at Skelliewag.
23 Affiliate Networks for Monetizing Your Website at Traffikd.
10 Firefox Add-ons for Bloggers at Traffikd.
7 Ways to Scratch Your Niche Itch at MeAndMyDrum.
How Do Cheaters Redesign and Still Win? at ProBlogDesign.
25 Ways to Spice Up Your Blog Post Photos at ProBlogDesign.
How to Measure the Value of a Blog Link at Winning The Web.
Introduction to Keyword Authority at Court’s Internet Marketing School.
5 Warning Signs of Overselling at Blogging Tips.
Link Building – 11 More High PR Do-Follow Social Sites at JR’s Internet Marketing Strategies.
Ditch the Digital Itch: Drop Feed Readers Today at Putting Things Off.
Blogging on a Holiday: Should You Do it or Ditch it? at Men With Pens.
Designers Beware: 10 Warning Signs of a Bad Client at Mirificam Press.
Too Much Effort and No Progress? Something is Wrong There at DailyBlogTips.
It’s All in the Backlinks at How to Make Money Online for Beginners.
How to Smash Through Google’s Class Ceiling at BlogStorm.
Should You Blog About Sarah Palin? at Blog About Your Blog.
Top 4 Small Business Marketing Blunders at John Cow.
CommentMILK (beta) – the NEW John Cow Plugin at John Cow.
25 of the Best Photographer Portfolio Websites at Vandelay Design.
Why I LOVE Spam at Jonathon Volk.
WordPress Plugin to Replace Post Titles with Fancy Fonts at Daily SEO Blog.
Also, if you ever have anything you’re looking to promote, shoot me an email and I’ll be happy to help you out by including it in a following link roundup. This includes new projects, contests, digital products, or even simply a great article you’ve written. Thanks, and I hope you’ve all been having a great weekend!