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Twitter Comments Plugin

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

I’m sure you have encountered a situation where you have posted a link to your blog post on Twitter asking for responses from your followers. However its frustrating that you can’t grab those comments/replies direly to your blog without doing multiple screenshots? Well worry no more! There is a new tool in town called – [...]

Google Blogger

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008

Google’s Blogger has recently came out with some cool new features available at the special Blogger Draft site. Some of the features are highlighted below:
- A Brand New Post Editor. The new post editor has a very different image handling. Google says, “When you upload an image to the new post editor it will appear [...]

Wordpress SEO

Tuesday, February 19th, 2008

WordPress is unquestionably one of the best blogging platform according to many. Wordpress provides everything that a blogger needs to spread his massage across to the blogsphere. It allows advanced customization with the help of templates & plug-ins and making the blog both user and search engine friendly. Below are some of the tips, [...]

Wordpress Tips

Monday, February 18th, 2008

The head of Google’s Web Spam Team, Matt Cutts recently shared a nice little tip which helps to highlight the author comments in Wordpress. I find it a nice wordpress hack because, its sometimes very important for the owner of the blog to make his/her comments stand out from other.
The trick is simple:Check the user [...]

Wordpress Update

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

If you don’t want registered users of your blog to be able to edit your blog posts, you should consider updating your WordPress installation to version 2.3.3. It’s a small change, and if you want to you can just replace your xmlrpc.php file with a newer version.
By the way, if you have actually followed the [...]

Wordpress Security

Friday, February 15th, 2008

I am sure most of you are aware of the recent vulnerabilities of a Wordpress blog. Here are three simple but important ways of protecting your Wordpress blog:
1. Make sure you have secured your /wp-admin/ directory. What Matt Cutts suggests is to lock down /wp-admin/ so that only certain IP addresses can access that directory. [...]

Search Engine Strategies Chicago

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

As you may have already noticed, I have put up a post on SES Chicago 2007, which is just around the corner. It will be a 5 day conference started from 3rd of December 2007. I’ll be putting up the agendas along with additional infos on each speakers as we move on towards the conference [...]

Blog Titles

Monday, July 16th, 2007

While there are many reasons to have a blog, two of the main reasons I have one is to produce content and to target key phrases.
The search engines love original content and the more the better. Having a blog, or a number of blogs, enables you to easily produce lots of content. [...]

Character Sets

Friday, July 13th, 2007

One of my main complaints with WordPress is the way it displays the following characters.
The quotation mark — “test” — should look like this — "test" — .
You need to use " to make quotation mark display this way — "test" — .
The apostrophe mark — ‘test’ — should look like this — 'test' [...]

Title Optimization

Thursday, July 12th, 2007

The Title Optimization plugin enables you put the keyword(s) you are targeting with a blog post in the title tag and the h1 tag and at the same time give your title a clear description by adding a subtitle beside it.
Why is the Title Optimization plugin important?
When choosing a title for a blog post you [...]