New Design and Some Weekly Links
We’ve just launched a new design for our website and blog. The new design is fairly simple and intended to allow readers to focus on the content without being distracted. The home page (of the website, not the blog) includes some pictures from our portfolio. Also, we’ve added the FeedBurner count to the sidebar. If you’re reading this in a feed reader, please stop by and leave some feedback on the new look. Here are some links for this week…
10 Lessons in Blogging Learned on a Shopping Expedition from ProBlogger. Darren makes some interesting comparisons that you should be able to use right away in your blog.
Google Proxy Hacking: How a 3rd Party Can Remove Your Site from Google’ SERPs from SEO Fast Start. A must-read article about surprising issues with Google’s index.
Accepting Money Online from Reality Hosting. This article covers the different ways to accept payment from online customers and provides some valuable information if this is something your trying to figure out right now.
Writing for Search Engines 101 from ContractWorker. Rico gives some good pointers for creating pages that will draw search engine traffic.
WordPress Themes for Free Backlinks from TheAnand’s Ripples. Anand shares his experience with releasing a WordPress theme and the effects on his in-bound links.
Secrets to Creating a Successful Viral Campaign from Invesp. If you’re thinking about using a viral marketing campaign (or attempting one), be sure to read Khalid’s article.
10 More Things to do When You Have Nothing to Blog About from SlyVisions. If you’re struggling to come up with topics to write about, check out Sly’s suggestions.
Fixed vs. Fluid Layouts from Patrick Burt. This article covers the differences between the two different styles of layout, with the advantages of each.
Here are links to some guest posts that I had published this week.
Writing Guest Posts vs. Writing for Your Own Blog at Average Joe Blogger.
The Long-Term Approach to Blogging at Blogging Tips.
5 Keys to Better Networking at Freelance Folder.
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