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Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2009’

WordPress SEO video RSS-Footer

Joost de Valk has posted a video about making your WordPress blog SEO friendly. He makes a lot of useful suggestions in the 50 minute video filmed at A4U Expo in London, including recommended plugins. At Yoost’s suggestion, I have installed RSS-footer, available at Yoost’s site. The plugin automatically adds a link back to one’s site within the RSS feed. …

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Popup

I recently decided to create a popup on our home page to promote our monthly newsletter. The industry seems to be divided on whether popups are a good idea. I suspect this is because they have been misused and abused by some sites. This has lead to the creation of popup blockers. In our case we decided to use a …

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Twitter posts

I recently started using Tweetlater to automatically respond to Tweeters who follow me; and to schedule future tweets. I read an article about someone who scheduled, way in advance, a whole bunch of Tweets, and did so using Tweetlater. It seems like a good idea, if not really in the spirit of Twitter. In the process I set up an …

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Allowing Twitter to update my …

Allowing Twitter to update my Facebook status

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Working on marketing planning …

Working on marketing planning proposal.

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BudURL

I just set up an account with BudURL. Like some similar services it takes a long URL and shortens it. The twist with BudURL is that is includes analytics behind each link that you create. So, for example, you could include a BudURL link in a Twitter Tweet and then see analytics on any clicks on that link. I will …

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Learning about Nutch & creatin…

Learning about Nutch & creating new search engine

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Web site admin

Those of you who are familiar with the nuts and bolts of administering a Web server will know that it is a complex business. For this reason most people tend to use some form of administration software, for example WHM/cPanel or Plesk. This makes it a lot easier to add new virtual domains to server, modify e-mail users, check disk …

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