Do hits matter?
3rd of November 2004 Darren Rowse

Do hits matter?

‘The problem with blogs that are only intended to attract traffic is that they can’t survive in the long-run. Traffic statistics keep bloggers going for a while, but the numbers eventually stabilise: there can only be a 100,000 most popular 100,000 websites. The world just doesn’t have enough internet users ...more
Blog Promotion
SEO Strategy – Content or Links?
3rd of November 2004 Darren Rowse 1

SEO Strategy – Content or Links?

Blog Business World has a good post looking at two theories of search engine optimization – generating keyword rich content and good linking strategy. Is one more important than the other or do they work together? ‘Keyword rich content will get you part way to your destination atop the search ...more
Search Engine Optimization
Google Does The Update: What’s New?
3rd of November 2004 Darren Rowse

Google Does The Update: What’s New?

‘Google has (once again) updated its search algorithm, panicking webmasters everywhere. What will happen to those high rankings you’ve worked so hard to achieve? Wayne explains what you need to do to raise your score with search engines (and your site visitors) regardless of any software changes. Google has finally ...more
Search Engine Optimization
Watch Your Weblog – Legal Issues with Blogging
2nd of November 2004 Darren Rowse

Watch Your Weblog – Legal Issues with Blogging

Computerworld has a good article on the legal issues that corporate bloggers face that is a must read for all Problogger. Here’s a taster: ‘As weblogs have multiplied, a number of legal issues have arisen, and regardless of whether your company sponsors its bloggers, it may be opening itself up ...more
Miscellaneous Blog Tips
Sharp Money – Making Money Online
2nd of November 2004 Darren Rowse 2

Sharp Money – Making Money Online

Sharp Money is a blog about making money online which itself is an attempt at blogging for money. ‘With this blog, we will explore opportunities for making money on the web (without resorting to spam, spyware or other predatory practices). Of special interest, of course, will be generating money from ...more
Case Studies