Weekly Links – November 10th

How to Choose a Logo Designer from Smashing Magazine (written by David Airey).

How to Set Up a Side Blog the Smart Way from Blogging Bits.

A, B or C? Grading Potential Niches/Markets from Caroline Middlebrook.

No One Can Tell You Exactly How to Make Money Online, You Just Need to Do It from Derek Beau.

5 Items Your Blog Sidebar Must Have from Blogging Tips.

RSS Autodiscovery from Bloggers Journey.

WordPress Caching Overview from Devlounge.

The Secret to Building a Popular Blog (and Getting Tons of Readers) from DoshDosh.

11 Tips for Getting Your Comments Noticed on Popular Blogs from ProBlogger.

10 Reasons You Are Not Getting Comments from Wayne Liew.

8 Characteristics to Sustain Lon Term Blogging from BlogsReview.

Are Freelance Designers Really Suckers? from David Airey.

Bribe Your Enemy’s Top Officers from Marketing Deviant.

Steps to Build Your Brand Name and Make it Stand Out from Chipseo.

Convince Your Clients for Search Engine Optimization from Bollyball.

I try to link to those who leave a lot of comments. Some of the links above fall into that category, but not all readers and commentors are bloggers. Here are two links to active readers:

Mutiny Design (David Hopkins)

Acopic Web Design

Last but not least, Christine O’Kelly from Self Made Chick is launching a new business Hybrid Media Marketing, which offers affordable direct mail advertising (placed in catalogs). Good luck Christine!

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  • Mohsin, November 10, 2007

    Thanks for the link Steven. You are too kind. :)

  • Tobsy, November 10, 2007

    Hey Steven, thanks for the mention. I appreciate it. :-)

  • Vandelay Design, November 10, 2007

    Mohsin and Tobsy,
    You’re very welcome.

  • David Airey, November 10, 2007

    Hi Steven, great collection of links, even without my two articles. ;)

    Thanks for that. Quite a few people didn’t appreciate my guest post on Smashing Magazine, so I’m glad you felt it worthy of a mention.

    Enjoy the weekend.

  • Vandelay Design, November 10, 2007

    Hi David,
    I certainly didn’t see the article at Smashing Magazine as self promotion. You are a logo designer and the topic of the article is choosing a logo designer, so why would you not refer back to your own experiences? Would people rather have someone write about topics that they don’t know very well? Also, the criticism that was included was as polite as possible. Any type of criticism is hard and I can understand that because I wouldn’t be too eager to take criticism myself. I thought the topic was relevant to web designers. I know many designers do both the coding of the site and the logo, but not all. I’m far from a logo expert, so if I had a really big project that called for a 1st rate logo I would probably look to an expert.

  • david, November 10, 2007

    Thanks for adding my article Steven. Great weekly links here =D

  • Wayne Liew, November 10, 2007

    Thanks for the mentioned, you stumbled it and now link to it. Wow, thanks!

  • TyCat, November 10, 2007

    Thanks for the list.

  • Mohsin, November 11, 2007

    David, those who are unhappy are clearly jealous.

    Congrats for the great article on Smashing Magazine. :)

  • Hi Steven,

    great collection of links. They’re really useful. I’m visiting almost half of them. You just provided me a great one stop shop for blogging tips. Thanks for the time saver.

  • Karthik, November 11, 2007

    Nice collection here Steven, should make for some reading!

  • David Airey, November 11, 2007

    Thanks Steven,

    I actually invite criticism on my work, as long as it’s constructive. It’s a great way to learn.

    Mohsin,

    Thanks very much!

  • pablopabla, November 12, 2007

    Steven, you are one of the more generous bloggers out there with link love. Thanks for your kind gesture! I have also read some of the posts up there and they are really beneficial.

  • Tay, November 14, 2007

    Great collection of links here, Steven, as usual. I’ll be reading them! :)

  • seo bristol, December 12, 2007

    StumbleUpon Ads are great but the lack of service/communication/info from SU becomes frustrating after a while.
    When you’re spending $500-$1,000 a month it would be good to be able to get a response to a question.
    Out of 10 (reasonable) requests I’ve not had a single reply.
    Cheap advertising – yes; but remember you get what you pay for.

  • trCreative Web Design, August 15, 2008

    Thanks for the links – albeit finding them a lot later than everyone else!