Posts Tagged: 'blogs'
Ideas of March is a great initiative from Chris Shiflett to resurrect the blog. I agree with Chris when he attributes the demise of blogging to the rise of Twitter. Personally I know there are many things I tweet that would have been the basis of a blog post in the past. You’d be forgiven Continue Reading
I’ve decided to sign-up for Project52 next year; which according to the Project52 website is: A personal challenge geared toward getting fresh content on your website. The goal is to write at least 1 new article per week for 1 year. Because we all know what it‘s like to procrastinate on our content. A website Continue Reading
Jeremy Keith has a rather alarming post about Perfect Pitch and the abuse of DMCA legislation for SEO purposes over at Adactio.com today.
As I no longer have a links page or blogroll I’d like to draw your attention, if I may, to Biting The Big Apple; a great blog written by my friend Stephanie. Stephanie and I worked together for a few years in London, then in 2007 Stephanie made the huge step of moving to New Continue Reading
Recently I decided to take this blog a little more seriously, and part of that has been to see where my visitors were coming from and to try and increase my visitor numbers. Google Analytics reports that 57% of the visitors to david hughes.org arrived from a search engine: That’s a HUGE proportion from Google, Continue Reading
A few days ago I upgraded davidhughes.org to the newly released, and latest version of WordPress: 2.7. When I saw the first shots of the new dashboard and IA for WordPress 2.7 I was concerned that the changes were too great and perhaps not being done for the right reasons: change for changes sake. But Continue Reading
There’s been a lot of chatter on Twitter and blogs about Paul Boutin’s Wired article Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004 over the last day or so, but I was most interested in Rory Cellan-Jones’ response Is blogging dead? on the BBC website. Rory clearly believes that blogging is not yet dead and Continue Reading
Thanks to the generosity of my chum Paul Fabretti (@paulfabretti) I was able to attend KMP‘s Social Media Marketing seminar earlier this week. There were four talks providing a great introduction to social media and suggestions for ways that businesses can join the conversation. Dave Kinsella (@techn0tic) started the day with a good introduction to Continue Reading
A very quick post to “pimp” a great new blog a friend of mine has just started called Scribble The Nibbles. My food fiend friend combines a passion for food with a lovely turn of phrase. Well worth reading or adding to your RSS reader.