Like takin’ candy from a baby…
Archive for the ‘Dave’ Category
I have been plagued by similar distraction problems in the past like the ones Jay just mentioned, and I still have trouble with it from time to time… but I’ve found a system that I find helps me get what I need to do done. It does take a bit of self-discipline, but I’ve found […]
Yesterday I talked about how your blog requires both quality content and persistent content. I referred to those two things as two thirds of a successful blog, so what’s the other 1/3rd?
This ain’t no field of dreams…
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again… this isn’t like the movies. Building something good just isn’t […]
The masses (well… okay, 2 people) have spoken, and they want the option to subscribe to plugins. So it’s been added! The plugin isn’t interacting with our custom theme too well, and it’s currently just displaying a check box at the bottom of the comment form.
I’m leaving it as is for now, and I’ll have […]
I try not to talk about personal things too often, just because I tend to think that sort of stuff doesn’t belong on a blog like this. That being said, Johnny Fuery AND Lee both tagged me to write some random facts about myself… so lucky you guys! I’ve decided that, since the blog IS […]
So everyone is familiar with John Chow’s famous review my blog for a link back scheme by now, and many people are copying it. However, what if you want to promote a site that isn’t a blog? For instance, we make no money from blogging (yet!); all our online income comes from non-blog sites.
So, I […]
In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve added the sociable plug-in to the blog. This will make it a lot easier for you to tag us on a social bookmarking site if you like the post you’re reading.
So, go on…be sociable. :)
I just browsed on over to Shoemoney’s page and had the strangest thing happen: his page was gone, and all that displayed was a Dharma initiative logo with a message saying “The Shoemoney Station has officially shut down, thank you for your participation.” There was also a link to the Hanso foundation website.
I can’t help […]
Aaron Walls of SEO Book fame has recently released an add-on for FireFox called ‘SEO for Firefox’. This tool is exclusively designed to assist you in gathering data when you are researching a new website market. It puts a wealth of information at your fingertips when searching engines or visiting pages so that you can […]