Follow me on Twitter | ReTweet this post What are all those confusing little words you come across in every other tweet? Read on for answers. Twitter is becoming a culture in itself. Spawning new words, and creating new concepts around its lingo. Many of us get confused when we first join Twitter and are […]
Recently, I’ve been getting emails from would-be bloggers who are fascinated by blogging, but don’t know where to start. Well, I don’t blame them. Even though there are many blogs that teach blogging, and they have guides to get the new bloggers started, they usually forget that a person who is not yet committed to […]
A great idea wrapped in flimsy writing is a waste of words. On the other hand, an average but clearly expressed thought enjoys more attention. Why bother about good writing practices, you ask? You are a blogger, not a would-be author of the next best-seller. Don’t fool yourself. You are first a writer, then a […]
Did you notice the sideblog in the sidebar where I have been featuring my favorite links? Would you like to know how I did it?
Running a mini blog (also called asides) alongside the main blog is not really a new idea, people have been doing it since the dawn of blogging. But the credit for making me give serious thought to sideblogging goes to Michael at Pro Blog Design. check out his detailed post on the pros and cons of using a sideblog
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.
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!).
Content Cream is a soft looking WordPress Theme that is all about content.
I designed this theme for personal use, but used it only for a month before I decided that I needed to change it. So I am making my old theme available for download for a very low fee of… $0!