There were 152 million blogs last year in 2011 (source: pingdom). And at the end of 2012 I’m sure that number will double! With that much competition you need to do everything you can to try and get a leg up on them! Not only is it important to have a blog that is unique, […]
ajgWith it being the week after Comic Con and the fact I’ve been wanting to write this article (*ahem*) for awhile now. I figured it was time to list my favorite top 10 webcomics guaranteed to kill your productivity. Seriously though – they are well worth the time spent reading them! Um.. and if you don’t […]
Sony PS3 Wireless Headset. Sure they make you look like a dork. But how do they work? Read to find out!
I originally wrote this a little over a year ago. I re-read it and I think it still applies. If you are running a blog you should take a moment to read this. Read my 6 Sure Fire Ways Visitors Will Hit the Back Button When They Visit Your Blog.
Its great when software gets updated. You get bug fixes, security patches, and cool new features. Unfortunately the downside of updating is that it can break… well everything! I had thought I had skated when I recently updated WordPress to 3.4. Well unfortunately I didn’t get entirely unscathed.
I use the following tools and websites to monitor my blogs. I have them not only to troubleshoot issues, to find additional keywords and even sometimes to help drive the direction of my blog when it comes to what I write. For some of these I just use them as a litmus test (and an […]
These are my personal 5 critical steps for starting a new WordPress blog. I will be going pretty in-depth so get your pen and paper out and take notes! I’m sharing with you my own experience with blogging and to hopefully avoid the same Blogging Mistakes I’ve made!
Dangers, Toils and Snares: Confessions of a Firefighter is a book a friend of mine wrote. Normally when you read something from a friend you go “meh” this is going to suck but you read it anyways and give the guy high praises and completely bullshit him. This isn’t one of those cases. Very rarely […]