Posts relating to blogging, professional vs. personal, corporate vs. individual, targeted vs. general. I hate the term “blogosphere” but I suppose it does apply here.
28 Blogs Later Recap & New Project
I tried to publish a blog post every day in February. I only hit 60% of that goal. But I launched a new project: introducing WordPress Coach.
#TheDress Beat My Kid
I blogged about the birth of my daughter on Friday. Six days later #TheDress happened. When I blogged about that too, the dress' stats beat my daughter's stats. C'mon, people.
Testing Out Pressgram, Instagram for WordPress
Testing out Pressgram: smooth but a little lacking in instructions, we'll see how this goes!
Writing for you is easy. Writing for me is hard.
Writing is hard. For clients it's easy. For myself it's hard. I can hide behind a client's persona. When it's my own, I better have something good to say.
Brenda Lyttle Spam SEO
Did you get a guest post request from Brenda Lyttle? Do not respond. Brenda Lyttle is an SEO spammer. "She" is not a real person. She's a persona used to convince unsuspecting authors to publish spammy SEO backlinks on their blogs.
Just write. Then write some more. I give people "web advice" all the time. Most of it comes down to that: just write. Maybe I should modify that to include rich media content: just create. Being successful on the web ultimately comes down to that. Give people something.
I’m a Featured UMass Alumni Blogger
UMass has been doing great work lately in updating their PR and marketing for 2010 +. They've included me in their brief list of "alumni bloggers," featured on their website.
Preview of CSS Article for Smashing Magazine
A few weeks ago, I was commissioned by the fine folks at Smashing Magazine to write a 2-part article for them regarding CSS techniques. I couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity. I’ve compiled all the research and responses, sorted through them, and have drafted a list of broad topics for the article and sub-sections […]
I'm Writing for Smashing Magazine!
I will soon be the proud author of a Smashing Magazine article (or two). I’ve been in contact with their editor-in-chief and I’m signed on to write a 1 or 2-part article, detailing CSS techniques that “I wish I knew” when I started designing. The content of the article will be CSS techniques, tips, tricks, […]
A Canadian court has recognized a blogger as an occupation in a case involving an arrest for obstructing a police officer. The court noted that the blogger was “simply plying his trade, photographing a demonstration for inclusion in his blog when he was arrested.” Blogging is an occupation? Who’s hiring? What are the requirements? I […]