I was reading Wendy Piersall's post this morning on Easton Ellsworth's Scratch One Another Program (SOAP). I was thoroughly intrigued. So much so that I've already filled out the one-minute questionnaire. SOAP is a free blogging tips exchange program. Easton wants to get 100 bloggers who can SOAP … Read more about Free Blogging Tips…Interested?
Phil Gerbyshak from Make It Great asked this question over the weekend: Who needs your light? Are you sharing it with them? It reminded me of part of Nelson Mandela's 1994 Inaugural Address (see below) of a quote from Marianne Williamson: Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest … Read more about How Do You Shine Your Light?
Staying with the Phil Gerbyshak theme... Last year Phil asked for your help to reach 200 blogs with links back to him. He made it, having 231 blogs linking back to him by the first of the year. And, he met 30 new bloggers. Apparently, Ben Yoskovitz has challenged Phil to 'go big or go home.' So … Read more about Make It Great
My pal Char over at Essential Keystrokes tagged me with a another z-lister meme. I'll follow it up this time, simply because I like Char. Here's how... Write a short paragraph at the beginning of your post and link back to the blog that put you on the list in the paragraph. This isn't a … Read more about Z-Listing, Once More…
Blogs don't become successful on their own. They need help. I can say without a doubt that my blogging success is directly related the links other bloggers have tossed me. Thanks to all of you, by the way. So, here are some bloggers I know. Many are beginning their blogs. Some may interest you. … Read more about Some Bloggers That Might Interest You
I've been reading Wendy Piersall's blog, eMOMS AT HOME, for a few about a month now. Since finding it, I've read her posts daily. Her writing is always engaging, informative and helpful for what ever I'm doing. Her 'tagline' sums it up... It's not about the home business, nor about what you are … Read more about You’ve Gotta See Wendy Piersall’s New Design at eMom
You may know Liz Strauss from the SOB (Successful and Outstanding Blogger) campaign. You may know Liz Stauss from her blogs Successful-Blog, Liz Strauss.com, and Letting Me Be. You may just know Liz - everyone seems too. And it's likely you're one of the millions who have commented on her … Read more about Successful Outstanding Blogger Looking for Outstanding Unique Blogs
It's sort of funny. I began watching the Oscars last night but fell asleep before the end. When I woke hours after the Oscars were finished I remember saying to myself, "gotta find out who wins Best Actor tomorrow." Most of the time I wouldn't care. Yet, this year was different. This year a … Read more about Touching The Light That Exists in Us All
I have to share this. Take 2 minutes and watch this. It's quite funny. How many of us bloggers feel this way at times? Thanks to John Chow. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12yD8JyaVvY … Read more about Don’t Bother Me, I’m Blogging
Look ya'll, there's a blog conference heading to Chicago May 11 & 12. SOBCon07 will bring together bloggers from one of the blogosphere's most dynamic communities. So here's your chance to meet some of the bloggers you know and find some some really good bloggers you don't know. Speakers … Read more about Blogging Conference in Chicago – SOBCon07
A Successful and Outstanding Blogger, that is. Liz Strauss from Successful Blog recently donned me and a few others with the title over the weekend. I can't speak for the others, but I sure am grateful to be in her Hall of Fame. Here are higlights from my acceptance speech this morning: (Wiping … Read more about I Guess I Really Am Becoming An S.O.B.
A couple of weeks ago I posted a rather benign comment on Aweber's Blog. The title of the post was How to Tie a Download To Your Opt-in Form. The post was about how to assure that you're collecting a valid email address in exchange for a download. Aweber is an email list management and … Read more about Here's a Great Example of How Not To Use Your Comments