Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Facebook in Decline

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Monday, September 23, 2013

Make Money With Your Blog's Comments

Guest Post by Dhani Annabi

Exploit Comments to monetize! A blog guru by the name of "Peter" came up with this stunner!"Use comments visitors leave on your blog to make money!" Incredible! Why didn't I think of that?

Peter suggests turning comments into FAQs - especially ones appearing on posts that ask you lots of questions. Then you can make a new blog post detailing how you will answer reader's questions on "Topic X" - all they have to do is purchase your PDF "Report." A blog guru's dream-come-true! Like shooting fish in a barrel!

Now if you've ever posted a helpful article, why the f*** are you helping others for free? Make sure there's something in it for you! Peter says "Create a New Tips Article" which "...makes for great spider food for search engines." Spider food! Who knew!

Good ol' Pete goes on to advise that you must ask the comment authors for permission to compile their remarks. Peter, are you for real? Once that comment goes on a blog, it is public and the blogger can do whatever he wants with it!

Peter then takes a social turn, encouraging you share your information on forums, Facebook pages and "everywhere else that content-sharing is allowed." And don't forget to make them PAY for it - just share a "teaser" or two!

Peter's Conclusion ::: "Most people toss a blog online, publish some content and then wait for the big bucks to roll in. It rarely happens… unless you know all the tips and tricks like the ones I just shared with you." ThanxAlot, Pete!

Click HERE to get REAL HELP for YOUR blog FREE!

Dhani Annabi is an avid re-blogger currently based in Berlin, where she lives with her little dog McTygue.
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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Facebook Just Did This To Google

Never happened. That's another BS misleading headline from "Peter's Tips."

Google recently announced a bunch of changes impacting blogs and bloggers. One very important one: Google will be rewarding in-depth articles by giving them special placement on search results.

The in-depth articles are mainly displayed for large publishers but Google said it will also consider smaller publishers for these articles.

To be considered for these articles you must be prepared follow the guidelines provided by Google.

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Notifying your followers that you've published a new blog post not only gets the conversation going, it encourages them to reshare your content with others. In this way it's critical for growing your blog's audience and engagement. But it takes time. And we want to give you that time back. Starting today you can automatically share your blog posts publicly to Google+ — as soon as you publish ..
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013


louisedenson.com has become a hotspot for distributing a variety of malware to computers worldwide. Do not be tempted to ignore the many warnings you will encounter.

AVOID Louise Denson and anything associated with it at all costs! One of the viruses is an AV breaker that can thwart even the toughest anti-virus program; it emails all of your sensitive files to hackers before wiping your drive clean and installing a "loop virus" that will prevent you from ever being able to use the computer again!
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New Twitter Mobile App Has Content Streams For Trending Topics

Über-blogger Dave Lucas doesn't think it will be welcomed by smartphone users.   The powers-that-be at the microblog mistakenly want to target Facebook users with a new-look mobile app, with lots of bells and whistles. The B word comes to mind here: B-U-F-F-E-R-I-N-G and that spinning little graphic...

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Sunday, September 15, 2013

The History of Blogging w/Timeline

While the term "blog" was not coined until the late 1990s, the history of blogging starts with several digital precursors to it. Before "blogging" became popular, digital communities took many forms, including Usenet, commercial online services such as GEnie, BiX and the early CompuServee-mail list] and Bulletin Board Systems (BBS). In the 1990s, Internet forum software, such as WebEx, created running conversations with "threads". Threads are topical connections between messages on a metaphorical "corkboard". Some have likened blogging to the Mass-Observation project of the mid-20th century.
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