Web News and Web Stuff
May 1 was RSS awareness day. If you don’t know what RSS is, check this video out (3:43 mins)
Do you know what Alltop is and who it is for?
NoSquint is now available for Firefox 3.0b4; it makes text zoom work the way it’s supposed to
How to create and submit video sitemap files
Planning on moving your site to a new domain? Read this if you want to know how do you do it without hurting your site’s performance in Google search results
How to dock your footer to the botton of your screen
ClickHeat is an open source visual tool for showing “hot” and “cold” zones of a web page. It allows you to see which spots users click on most, and which spots are being ignored.
YSlow for Firebug is a free tool for Mozilla Firefox that gives you information about your front-end design to see if it performs well. It gives you a letter grade (A through F) and outlines your web page’s trouble spots.
Ever wonder why some Digg submissions go hot at 25, while others don’t at 270+?
To tweet or not to tweet; pros and cons - 50 links and tools
Social media marketing maven, Muhammad Saleem discusses the concept of community building and the importance of maintaining a strong network.
Commenting can help you get some quick traffic; it may help with search rankings, but did you know it can also help with marketing?
Whether your interest is in social media marketing, or general social media participation, this resource list is invaluable in assisting in your journey.
Without the ability to gather links, subscribers and comments, your blog can’t grow; read this post to learn more about how to make it happen.
So what happens when you’re due for a blog post but don’t quite have a topic in mind? Here are some ideas that should help when the dreaded blogger’s block hits.
Is your feed optimized? If not, read this.
What marks the difference between a regular blogger and a pro blogger? Read this to find out.
When you perform a search for images at a search engine, do you ever wonder why some pictures show up before others? Here’s why.
Some history and how-to behind the personalized search success measurement conundrum, and a blueprint for educating site owners.
Developing a natural link profile is going to become more and more important this year, especially since Google is taking action against sites it perceives as purchasing links.
Do you have a domain that appears to have ranking problems in Google, Yahoo or MSN? If you do, try reading this to find out why.
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