Creating a new site, blog or a web app is easy. But most of such new sites created every day do not work. And there’s a very good reason why.
Having been in the web design business for quite some time, I’ve seen a lot of sites. Some are hip and edgy, some are cool and confident. Others are fun and exciting. How your website is designed can actually reveal a lot about you and your company. The problem is – your website’s “look and […]
Do you know I have picked up 50 new subscribers during previous two weeks? That’s probably not very interesting. What’s interesting is that I haven’t posted anything in the past two weeks! (because of illness) I bet now I’ve got your attention, eh?
Previously, I have written about what on a blog puts me off as a visitor and keeps me from subscribing to it. Today, I am going to disclose what makes me subscribe to a blog and how you can learn from my perspective as a reader to improve your own blog.
One of the most powerful tools to run online communities is the onlne discussion forums. If you are a webmaster and you are struggling to interact with your visitors, or if you sell products online and want to provide online support in a free and open environment, or if you are a gaming enthusiast and want to host a gaming community, all you need is a web-based forum software to realize your ideas.
There are a few paid forum packages you can use to run your online community, but why pay when you can get one for free? Yep, following is the list of 22 free forum software packages all equally robust, and each with its own unique features that give paid forum software a run for their money.
I’ll start off by spotting two usability mistakes on Lisa’s blog (That’s how shameless I am!).
We all strive to improve and get better at what we do. In blogosphere, the success of your blog is a measure to gauge the strength of your efforts.
But how do you measure the success of a blog? Simple, by your subscription stats, the number of comments others leave on your blog, and the amount of buzz you create in the blogosphere.
A methodical approach towards making all these factors count in your favor often pays off.
Below is a rundown of areas you need to improve to become a successful blogger (and so do I).