Yes, me hearties, it’s Christmas again. Another year almost over. I hope the year was as exciting to all of you as it was for me, and wish everybody a blessed Christmas Time, and a smooth entry into a Great New Year! May Santa Claus be generous to all of us! 🙂
Of all attributes a product or service can have, quality is one of the most mistaken ones. From a sales viewpoint, quality seems to be natural. Everybody claims to provide stuff of “premium quality”. So much so that we, as buyers, seem to take quality for granted. Heck we don’t even attempt to demand it. Read more >>
URL shortening, and URL shortener services, are evolving rapidly into a real hype. And while they do make sense with Twitter (due to their 140 characters per tweet limitation), they are not all that harmless from a SEO perspective.
In my prior post I talked about why it is a systemic property of making-money-quick programs to not provide a noteworthy oportunity for making any real money. Now making these considerations is not rocket science. How come there are so many who fall for this shit in spite of everything?
In a recent comment, Twyla asked:
There are so many Make Money programs online that are scams. Are there any online programs that are not scams? Most people don’t mind putting in the work if they can at least reap an average profit.
Now there’s a lot coming to mind about this…
Inspired by What “Be Yourself” Really Means, a cool contemplation about an advice that is usually both, thoughtlessly given and taken.
Ever needed a list of your plugins for pasting it into an email or a document? Or into an (Excel or Word or OpenOffice) table? I did, and with all the plugins I have installed, I concluded that writing it all down manually would seriously suck. Read more >>
Read about it at the WordPress Tweaks homepage, or about the technical background of it in the rest of this post.
This is a post I wanted to write ever since mid summer this year, but never found the time to complete it. It presents another (and hopefully fresh) angle on the change in Google’s page rank algorithm, the new nofollow semantics, and their consequences for webmasters.