Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Its finally here. SpyJournal v3.0 was launched this week.
These pages will remain for archival purposes. However please change your link for this site directly to www.spyjournal.biz. If you are reading via RSS please change your RSS Feed to http://www.spyjournal.biz/rss.xml for the whole site feed, or for a custom RSS Feed design your own.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
hen someone comes to a page on your domain that is no longer there (either because it’s been deleted, because they’ve typed something in wrong or because the link that they followed was wrong) they are shown the dreaded 404 ‘page not found’ error page.
This error simply means that the person was able to communicate with your server but that the server couldn’t find the page that they were after.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Don’t be overwhelmed by the ample bounty of HTML tutorials available, each packed with in-depth expert advice, full diagrams and miraculous wit.
f you are just starting your illustrious HTML career, have a leaf through the two Starting Off sections, if you want more specific tutorials check out the Lessons, and if you’re well-versed in the art of HTML you should read the Advanced stuff. You can also get technical with the Scripting tutorials. Finally, the HTML Reference charts and whatnot are in a table further down this page. If you want to find a certain tutorial fast, use the Search box at the top there.
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
The Discussion Network
Labels: social blogging
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Conduct an About Page Audit
Follow the link for the full article
One of the key pages on a blog is the about page. This page is often used by new readers to a blog to gather information about you and your blog and based upon what they find on this page they could be making a decision as to whether they’ll subscribe to your blog or not.As a result, your About Page is a key conversion page on your blog and it therefore needs to be reworked regularly.
Labels: about page
Thursday, July 12, 2007
A blidget is a widget that contains your blog. Other people can place your blidget on their sites, increasing your exposure.A blidget drives readers to your site.Many bloggers like to show support for the other blogs they read, and like to provide their readers with related articles they might like. Everyone who goes to their blog is instantly given a sneak peak into yours.Some of our blidgets quickly gain hundreds of subscribers — that is, hundreds of people put your blidget on their site, providing their readers exposure to your content.Every blidget comes with a metrics dashboard to track your blidget’s spread across the internet, see how many people are looking at it, and discern lots of other patterns.
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
A snippet from the article:
Goals to Achieve in a Blog’s Launch Phase
Brian has put together a Blueprint for a Brilliant Blog Launch which I think will be helpful for bloggers in startup mode.
Brian’s 3 step process of starting a new blog is pretty simple:
1. Cornerstone - before launching writing some ‘cornerstone’ content that will be a great foundation for your blog. This means that when you launch your blog will have something solid for readers to read when they come and visit instead of just seeing a blog with a handful of flakey posts.
2. Networking - becoming networked within your niche is important if you want to grow your readership via other blogs and sites in it. This means connecting with other bloggers, building relationships with them and becoming a part of the niche.
3. Attraction - doing something to get attention will accelerate your blog’s growth. I’d suggest doing a number of things over a number of weeks. Like Brian says it could include writing a free report, writing some link-bait content etc
The launch phase of a new blog is one where you need to perform a balancing act between a variety of tasks and attempting to achieve a variety of goals simultaneously.
by Darren Rowse