By Shawn Blanc on February 7, 2011
By Joanne McNeil on December 31, 2010
Jill Magid, I Can Burn Your Face
Clive Thompson’s latest column for Wired picks up on something I’ve noticed:
“I save the little stuff for Twitter and blog only when I have something big to say,” as blogger Anil Dash put it. It turns out readers prefer this: One survey found that the most popular blog posts today are the longest ones, 1,600 words on average.
By adamwulf on March 14, 2010
By Jean-Baptiste Jung on July 23, 2009
Comments sections are neglected on many blogs. That is definitely a bad thing, because comments represent interaction between you and your readers. In this article, we’ll have a look at 10 great tips and hacks to enhance your blog’s comments section and give it the quality it deserves.
By adamwulf on June 4, 2009
Slides about what google tells you about seo
By Donncha on April 21, 2009
By adamwulf on April 8, 2009
Last month Y Combinator startup BackType introduced a new feature called BackType Connect, allowing users to enter the URL of any blog post to see related comments on other blogs, Twitter, FriendFeed, and a number of other services. The service is quite useful but hasn’t been particularly convenient until now, as users would have to visit the BackType website in order to see the releated content.
By Vitaly Friedman & Sven Lennartz on February 23, 2009
We love our readers. We respect the hard work of designers and developers across the globe. And we do our best to make the web design community stronger and the Web a little bit prettier. Therefore we ask talented artists and creative professionals to showcase their skills and release something unique and beautiful as a gift to the community. And when designers agree, truly impressive works see the light of day.
By Michael Gray on February 23, 2009
Using Adsense on your blog usually isn’t the most profitable way to monetize it, but it is fairly quick and easy, which makes it a popular choice for many website owners. Last week I moved one of my commercial blogs to Thesis, and was reminded of the importance of using section targeting on your blog.
By Heather on February 19, 2009
You asked, and we listened. Introducing threaded comments, comment paging, and comment order settings for your WordPress.com blog.
Go to Settings > Discussion in your dashboard, and you’ll discover three new options in the “Other comments settings” section: