Blogging has made an exponential growth, to say the least. Where there were only 23 blogs in the year 2000, there are countless of blogs today about pretty much everything. There are actually a lot of blogs who make a...
Why are so many Internet business turning to Blogging as an effective online marketing strategy? Many times entrepreneurs miss this powerful marketing technique because they don’t understand how it can increase sales conversions. The biggest misconception remains that it...
Its well known that using a blog on your website can dramatically increase your traffic and because its search engine friendly your website will rank higher in the results pages but you may not be aware of a service...
There's a war going on in the blogosphere, and it has nothing to do with bloggers dissing each other on their respective websites. The war is about control of the blogosphere by several great, many good, and tons of...
Blogging has proved to be a lucrative income-generating hobby. For some, they are able to monetize their blogs enough for them to turn blogging into their full-time job.   If you want to start a blog, these are the most lucrative...
We have to admit that whatever a celebrity does, it make the news. Why? Because the public is just plain curious if they are like them. So people want to know every move they make. Thus, the birth of...
Mommy bloggers are a growing force in the blogosphere. A report from eMarketer documented that in 2009 there were 3.7 million mommy bloggers in the U.S alone. Those numbers are expected to grow to 3.9 million this year and...
Feedburner is a free service that allows you to track your feed traffic and all kinds of other fun stuff. It won't create a feed for you from scratch as often believed - rather it wraps itself snugly around...
Are you looking to start your own blog, but can’t figure out how to choose the best blogging platform? It’s a tough choice, since there are several different blogging platforms out there. How do you find out which one...
The State of the Blogosphere report, in October 2006 noted that seventy percent of all blog postings are spam. Splogs are a growing problem in the blogosphere. If you have a self hosted WordPress blog there are several plugins...