Weekly Links

Ten Timeless Persuasive Writing Techniques from Copyblogger

7 Usability Mistakes that Bug Me from Bruce Clay

46 Tax Deductions that Bloggers Often Overlook from ProBlogger

How to Set Up Google Custom Search for Your Website and Make Money from DoshDosh

What’s Your Point? How to Write Like You Have One from Blogging Tips

29 Reasons You Need to Stop Blogging Right Now from Cornwall SEO

How to Deal With Invasive Clients from Freelance Folder

How to Get Higher Authority on Technorati from Warrior Blog

7 Blogging Beginner Mistakes and How to Avoid Them from Lost Art of Blogging

Tips on Promoting Your Blog from Madhur Kapoor

Marketing Using Scarcity from Marketing Deviant

September’s Top Commentors

Thanks to everyone who has been commenting on recent posts. Here are the readers with the most comments from September.

Tay – Check out Tay’s recent article Write for the Beginners in Your Niche.

Felix – Help a good cause, read Felix’s post For Every Comment Posted Here, I Will Donate $0.10 to Charity.

Vincent – Vincent’s new blog includes a post How to Extract Post Data in One Line with PHP.

Karthik – Read Karthik’s recent post Setting the Best Permalink Structure.

Karen – Karen recently wrote Increasing Comments and Links on This Blog, which is a follow up to my post What Types of Posts Draw the Most Comments and Links?

Michael – Learn a little bit about blog design in Good Design Looks Good. Period.

Average Joe Blogger – Before upgrading to WordPress 2.3 read Average Joe’s artcile about checking your themes and plugins.

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  • WarriorBlog, September 29, 2007

    hey thank you for the link! I am also thinking of doing what you’re doing. Doing this kind of post every month or maybe week.

    Well, thanks again and I WILL return the favor!

  • Vandelay Design, September 29, 2007

    You’re welcome for the link. Thanks for being a regular reader and commentor.

  • DJ Sartin, September 29, 2007

    Love your blog and appreciate all the links!

    Very helpful information….will be back often,

    DJ

  • Jon - FreelanceFolder, September 29, 2007

    Hey Steven, thanks a lot for the linkage, really appreciate it :)

  • Vandelay Design, September 29, 2007

    DJ,
    Thanks for reading. I hope to see you around in the future.

    Jon,
    No problem. Congrats on the traffic you’ve received from that post.

  • Amanda, September 29, 2007

    I loved the Ten Timeless Persuasive Writing Techniques. Very informative and definitely tips that I am going to carry with me. Thanks so much for including it.

  • Vandelay Design, September 29, 2007

    Yeah, Copyblogger always has some useful content. Thanks for commenting!

  • david, September 29, 2007

    Thanks for the link!

  • Vandelay Design, September 29, 2007

    You’re welcome David. Thanks for all of your comments.

  • WarriorBlog, September 29, 2007

    OMG! I am a genius! Well not really but I came up with another idea on how to get more traffic…

    I was going to make a longer post on this but since you linked to me :-)

    the method:

    Find posts like this and see who respond to the link love and visit their site. Now find a good post on their blog and link to them (you will VERY LIKELY get comments and another loyal visitor because you know they have responded positively to a post like this)

    What do you think?
    ——————————————————————
    Sometime I think I am a little too obsess with getting traffic and comments from the “right” blogs that I forget to explore more blogs that doesn’t link to you or even care.

  • Karthik, September 30, 2007

    @WarriorBlog
    Yes, this is a very novel way that I’ve come across, used by both Steven here and at Bluejar. I’d just mentioned it on the previous link love thread that I would be doing the same if Steven didn’t mind (I noticed this first here and then at Bluejar) and I’m just about to make that post right now.

    @Steven
    Thanks as always!
    Hope you get a whole lot of new readers!

  • WarriorBlog, September 30, 2007

    @ Karthik: I came up with the idea myself though so I don’t need to ask Steve for permission. I REALLY DID! upon noticing all these thank you comment.

  • Tibi Puiu, September 30, 2007

    Many thanks for the links, your effort will be rewarded my friend :D

  • Vandelay Design, September 30, 2007

    WarriorBlog,
    You’re right, if readers thank others for a link they’re likely to thank you as well. Good luck.

    Karthik and Tibi,
    You’re Welcome. Thanks for all of your comments.

  • Madhur Kapoor, September 30, 2007

    Thanks for the Link love .

  • Tay, October 2, 2007

    Steven,

    Thanks for the link love. The man who is repairing my computer never got it completely fixed last time it was broken and I took it to him. He’s had it for weeks now and still isn’t done. It’s just so irritating, and my blog has been suffering extremely. Anyway, I hope your weekend was good. Thanks again; I’d better leave you… I have a lot of catching up to do. :)

  • Vandelay Design, October 2, 2007

    You’re welcome Tay. Sorry to hear that your computer still isn’t fixed. Hopefully it will be soon.

  • Karen Zara, October 5, 2007

    Thank you very, very much for another free link. And sorry for not having thanked you earlier. Shame on me! This is what happens when you spend a few days away from your feed reader… *embarrassed*