- Lorelle’s post Fear Not WordPress 2.1 and WordPress Plugins is an essential read for those WP bloggers scared of upgrading for fear os losing plugin functionality.
- David from Blogging Pro writes a post – Making it Easy to Subscribe to RSS feeds on your blog.
- Lorelle from Lorelle on WordPress covers a similar topic in Understanding, Using and Customizing WordPress Blog Feeds
- Lifehack.org shares 7 Ways to Track the Internet’s Trends and Popular News via Steve
- Inside AdSense shares a few tips on Custom Channels – why they’re useful and how to use them. NB: This isn’t a new feature as many are reporting today. It was actually announced back in November. My suspicion is that most publishers found it too complicated to use or didn’t see the point and there probably wasn’t much of a take up in using it – which is probably why AdSense are now writing about it months later on their blog.
- Net Business Blog writes 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Make and ‘I Got Dugg’ post – not a week goes by when I don’t get someone emailing me to tell me about a post they wrote about being Dugg. While I’ve done it myself I think it’s probably a post we’ve seen enough of.
- Cornwall SEO writes a clever (but also insightful) post titled How to Get Darren Rowse to read your blog.
- The Australian Blogging Conference is definitely on on 8 March. I’d love to make it but I’m not sure I’ll be able to justify another trip up the coast so shortly before we leave for the US a week later.
Speedlinking – 27 January 2007
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