Every Tuesday we will have this Meme to help people share their "Specific" blog posts on social networks like Friend Feed, Stumbleupon, Digg etc. At this point I am looking for a co-host for this meme, but essentially everyone can be a co-host. Just copy this text and the linky code and put it in a blog post on your blog.
Using the wonderful sexy bookmarks widget at the bottom of this page, please socially share this meme. The rules are very easy for a chance for everyone to get… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on March 15, 2011 at 11:59am —
So I know many of you would like to get your blog or specific blog posts out there as a means of either getting your website or blog better ratings, gaining more readers, getting your post recognized by google thru search terms, etc.
So using the wonderful widget at the bottom of this page, please socially share this meme. The rules are very easy for a chance for everyone to get "shared" multiple times.
It wasn't love at first site. Not at all. The first time we hooked up, it was through my old buddy Linkedin. There was an emptiness [in my profile] that needed to be filled. So I submitted. Did some stalking, got stalked a bit and after 3 weeks I got bored. Came across Facebook, Liked it a lot and it was bye bye birdie.
As promised in an earlier tip, I wanted to write a post dedicated to creating tables in your blog. You would be surprised at how much I use this valuable tool to get things to look just right and maximize my space on sidebars, footers
and even in posts. What you can accomplish with the use of tables is
amazing and I think it is a tool that every blogger should be familiar
with...so here we go! (As a matter of fact, I used…
I wanted to write this post tonight because it is a question that I get from a lot of my readers and it is a great tool for any blogger to use. This is a very convenient way to squeeze as much content onto your site without having a blog that continues on FOREVER! I want to try and explain in a few steps how you can turn your sidebar into…
I attended PLI's Intellectual Property Law Institute in San Francisco last week. Intellectual Property issues in Virtual Worlds was a hot topic. Stephen J. Davidson founder and principle of Davidson PLLC, gave a fascinating presentation on this subject. As a social media enthusist, I was particularly interested in the discussion on who owns the copyright in an Avatar created by the end user (customer) but the tools are provided by the service provider (Second Life, Disney's… Continue
Added by Luxetips! on October 14, 2008 at 12:39am —