This guest post by Matt Harzewski (a.k.a. “redwall_hp”) of Webmaster-Source, provider of daily tutorials, tips, roundups, and links for bloggers and designers alike. What sort of ads does your blog have? Let me guess… It’s an odd combination of AdSense, Kontera, AdBrite, and other ad networks, which add clutter to your blog and straddle the […]
First step in monetizing a blog.
Are you tired of your blog’s default post editor? So am I, and being the kind person I am, I have put together a list of 15+ blog editor alternatives so you don’t have to put up with that jerk of a editor (excuse the pun). I especiaslly love desktop-based blog editors because they let me write and edit posts offline and off-browser, which minimizes distractions and maxizes productivity. Online editors are also more feature-rich than boring ol’ default post editor in WordPress.
This is a guest post by Jamin Gray. Jamin Gray writes at WondR.net and covers topics such as lifehacks and productivity. So you’ve got this brilliant blog, and you have high hopes for it to continue to grow, grab new readers, and produce fantastic content. But the boss at your day job is making you […]
After running my free backlink offer for two days, I have ended up with a total of 28 links. It was a great response (despite the site being down for 10 hours instantly after the offer) and I learned a thing or two from it that I’ll utilize in my future offerings.
Thanks to those who submitted their links, and a special thanks to following people for spreading the word:
Those who benefited from this offer, and those who missed, keep your fingers crossed, because a similar offer is coming very soon, which will be even better and everyone will be able to benefit from it. Subscribe to my RSS to be notified when I give away more free backlinks.
Here are the 28 links in the order they were submitted. I’ve enjoyed reading many of these and I am sure you do too.
This post was written for Blog Action Day. A day when bloggers from all around the world unite to raise awareness for the environment. My topic for this post is not a conventional environmental issue, but a look at the more destructive trend that’ll destroy our environment as well as our existence.
Astronauts tell us that when they soar far higher than the last layer of earth’s atmosphere, they see the earth as a tiny dot, among countless other dots, that looks as though it would fade into the vastness of the cosmos anytime. Our religious, national, and tribal loyalties look so frivolous when the boundaries and belief systems that separate us lose significance. At the same time, the protection and comfort of our little home seems more important than anything else in the cold and dark cosmos.
If you are a web designer, or a passionate CSS hobbyist, you must be aware of the impact well structured typography can have on your overall design. Though, optimizing your typography to work on old and new versions of plethora of web browsers on various operating systems can prove to be quite a headache. With the following list of resources, you can learn, optimize, and beautify your web typography, and never need to worry about those pesky compatibility issues again (I wish!).