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Shiny Media launches Propellerhead and Catwalk Queen

UK blogging network Shiny Media has just announced two news blogs – Propellerhead and Catwalk Queen.

Catwalk is a being billed as ‘your own personal online stylist’ and takes a look at how to look like your favorite celebrity. It complements the other fashion blogs that Shiny already has – they’re building quite a reputation in that area now.

Propellerhead is a tips blog for those with PC Problems (and what Windows user doesn’t?) with hints, tips and cheats galore.

Both sites feature Adsense ads, Propellerhead also has Chitika ads (something I think would do well on Catwalk Queen as well).

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Comments

  1. Matt says:

    Oooh! I’ve always wanted a propellerhead!

  2. Bonnie says:

    Those two blogs are like yin and yang, night and day, his and hers…

    I just got the strangest urge to set them up on a blind date! They’d be perfect for each other!

    In no time at all there’d be little Propellerheads and Catwalk Princesses all over the place.

  3. Darren Rowse says:

    hehe – nice one Bonnie!

  4. EngLee says:

    Both of the sites looks great, especially Propellerhead.

    But why I don’t find any rss feeds?

  5. Libgeek says:

    EngLee – both sites have RSS feeds. You’re not finding them since you’re probably not running a browser with RSS autodiscovery. For example Firefox, Safari and Maxthon all display a special icon when you’re on a site that has a feed, and they even let you subscribe from within your browser.

    Autodiscovery of feeds is a great feature, which I note that Darren isn’t using here. Then again, neither am I, which I should probably fix right away – especially since I believe (but don’t quote me) that some search engines use the autodiscovery tag in your html to find your RSS feed.

  6. Libgeek says:

    I stand corrected – I reloaded this page and the RSS icon appearred. Apologies to Darren – great to see that he’s using autodiscovery.

    I must admit that I’m amazed that the default WordPress install (ala my blog) doesn’t come configured with it.

  7. Thanks for all your kind comments. All the best from Shiny in London, England.

  8. Candy Addict says:

    Libgeek,

    Both my WordPress blogs came with teh “autodiscovery RSS feeds” enabled by default. Maybe you have an old version of WordPress? Mine are 1.5…something. if you have an old version i highly suggest upgrading. It was REALLY easy to do.

    brian

  9. Andy Merrett says:

    It still helps to have a feed button on the page as well.

    I thought Propellerhead might’ve been about the software company, Reason music sequencer, etc. Ahh well…