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My 2012: 815 Articles & 262,907 Words Published

(I’m fully aware that this is probably of interest to no one but myself. That’s never stopped me before on this blog!) In 2011, I kept track of how many times I filled my car with gas. This past year (2012), I decided to keep track of how many articles and words I published. (As […]

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Blog Comment Spam: Not Quality, but Quantity

Sometimes blog comment spam isn’t about the quality of the comment, but about the quantity of comments. Earlier today, Kelsey managed to leave 10 comments on my small business search marketing blog in the span of nine minutes. (You can click for the full-size image.) I’m a big believer in brevity, and I try to […]

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How Do I Get CSS to Display/Affect an RSS Feed?

Wondering if anyone knows how to do this: I want to get CSS coding to “show” in my RSS feed — i.e., to affect how the content looks in the RSS feed. I’m not even sure how to phrase the question, so my Googling for an answer has been useless. Here’s the deal: Last week, […]

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The Greatest Blogging Mistake I Ever Made

It happened about a month ago. You may have seen it … or read it. It happened on my SEO/marketing blog when I published this post: Here’s Why You Should Be Careful About Twitter User Photo Galleries You could go read (or re-read) that if you want, but you won’t see anything that stands out […]

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Random Thoughts: Avoid Blogging Mistakes

I was going to do a blog post here listing a bunch of my pet peeves. Then I realized that my family and friends would take that list and use it against me. I’d never be able to avoid them. Ack! So that idea is dead. Moral of the story: Avoid blogging mistakes by thinking […]

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Best of 2009

I never look at the analytics for this blog, but couldn’t resist checking my most popular posts of 2009. Here they are, becuz I know you’re as curious as me. One Year Later, Why I Love Twitter Consumer Reports: Cell Phone Service Ratings Google Ad Targeting = Fail Got My Boots On Readability: The Best […]

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