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Speedlinking 31 August 2006

  • eMoms at Home writes Top 10 Blogging Lessons Learned on Traffic, Monetization and Life – it’s got some gems in it.
  • Chitika have a new feature called ‘Globe Trot’ that lets you see what people in different countries see of your Chitika eMiniMall ads when they view your blog.
  • Dane shares 6 tips for working at Home with Children (I think i need to digest some of this)
  • Shel Israel writes 9 Random Thoughts about Blogging including ‘Law of Diminishing Share’, ‘The buck’s not there’, ‘Size isn’t relevance’ and ‘Blogging is like an elephant.
  • Stephan has put together a screencast video on how to optimize your blogs and RSS feeds for different search engines including specialist engines (quite long, 58 minutes, but contains useful information if you’re starting out with Search Engine Optimization).
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Comments

  1. katiebird says:

    I haven’t made it through the whole list, but I love eMom’s article — it’s long and meaty and full of really useful information. I thought I knew what to expect. I was wrong.

  2. Did I happen to mention that I am a raving fan of Darren Rowse?

    Thanks. Again. :)

    And shucks, Katiebird! Thanks SO much to you too!

  3. katiebird says:

    Wendy, I got stuck at your sites for an hour! And I didn’t have the time to spare. You’re an amazingly thoughtful communicator.

    The wonderful thing about this site: I’ve met some of my best friends through Darren — and he doesn’t even know me!

  4. Stuart says:

    I found some interesting ideas in the 6 tips link – but I couldn’t really swallow the last one.

    No normal intelligent sane man who wanted to stay married would ask his wife to send him emails rather than talk to him when he’s at home.

    I wonder if that’s something he’s actually asked his wife or partner to do.

  5. Jason Clegg says:

    Here’s to some fantastic links for Wednesday!

    I’m pleased to see yet another eMoms offering. Great stuff!

  6. Darren Rowse says:

    yeah – Wendy’s site is one of my new found favorites – think I first really took notice of it after the last group writing project.

    Stuart – I found that last one a bit hard too. I can see why it’d work – just not HOW :-) I can’t imagine what V would say to me if I told her she needed to get on skype from the kitchen to talk to me – *shudder* :-)

  7. Charlie says:

    Thanks for the linkage, D.

    Love love love eMom. Never even heard of her until today so thanks for spreading the word.

  8. You like me! You really, really like me! ;)

    Seriously though… what a nice compliment from Darren and everyone. Definitely put a big smile on my face :D

  9. Wow, I love eMoms site — never even heard of it before. I talk/hear from people wanting to start their own home-based businesses every day & am glad I’ve got another great source to refer them to — thanks Wendy & Darren!

    And ooh, as far as couples emailing each other to communicate…I’ve met someone that does that. It’s…bizarre, to say the least. O_o But it seems to work for them. Stills seems a little nutso to me.

  10. Great links Darren. The working at home is particularly helpful for us fulltime bloggers.

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