That’s - Wild Wild Week Wrap-Up
It has definitely been an interesting blog week. So interesting, in fact, it’s a good thing we have a long weekend to rest up.
Here’s what I can remember of the last week’s high lights in no particular order.
- BlogGrrl sent me into a panic about weight gain but Patric from Top Secret Blogger showed us an easy way to shed those pounds.
- Dee at Blogozine alerted us to a hack attack on Blogger hosted blogs.
- Bryan from One Man’s Goal described the 7 types of blog visitors. (Which kind are you?)
That’s from the blogosphere, what about around here?
- Our MBL community broke 100 members and now stands at 105!
- Our subscribers reached 60 yesterday.
- There was something else. What was that? Hmmm…. Oh Yeah! This blog is now profitable!
I was accepted as a member of the team at Top Secret Blogger and posted my first article. Don’t worry, I promise not to let it interfere with this blog. I’m playing in a higher league over there, the atmosphere is a bit more serious. For now….we’ll see. Hehehe
I’m only kidding Patric. Sorta :)
Thanks to everyone who left a comment on the Let’s Make A Deal post and got Stumbled. Tell us how it worked out for you. Did you see a noticeable traffic increase?
For those that are interested, I’ve decided to post my stumble bait article Monday afternoon. You’ll know it when you see it. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
Do you remember the Link Bait Reviews from last week? I had a concern about how those sites were able to make the Page Rank checkers show them with a high PR when they, quite obviously, weren’t.
It turns out Freelance Venue has uncovered a similar deal and claims there is a way to fake PR.
That’s right boy and girls, I’m not as dumb as I look! I feel vindicated!
OK, Maybe I Am (As dumb as I look)
I have saved the most embarrassing event for last.
I can’t think of anything much more humbling than going to bed with that warm pleased feeling about my last post. You know, the one where I explained how smart I am about increasing subscribers to your RSS feed by doing things like putting a tag link for your feed at the bottom of your post.
I was really proud of myself (That’s when it always gets you.) until I checked my email this morning and saw that Gnomey Newt from The Blue Jar had, so politely, whispered to me that the tag link to my FEED was BROKEN!
She was such a sweetheart for taking the time to email instead of leaving a comment for all the world to see.
I owe you one for sure.
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