Blog comments are very essential for all blogs. They make the blogs social in the real essence of the word social. Without these comments, a blog is somewhat boring just like an ordinary one-sided conversation on a website that talks at its audience rather than with its audience. To make your blog succeed, you should allow comments from the readers on all your blog posts.
Blogging has been viewed as an avocation by most Internet enthusiasts and a source to share and gain knowledge about new concepts.With the emergence of ecommerce as a dominant force on the Internet, the concepts of search engine optimization, search engine marketing, and personalized searches are starting to evolve. All these concepts have evolved with a single objective, the objective of directing the right customer to the right online location.
Blogs live or die based on traffic. If no one visits your blog, you will quickly get discouraged and you will not reap the rewards you sought. Search engine optimization (SEO) can turn that around by attracting searchers who find your blog at the top of the search engine results page. These tips will help you optimize your blog for the search engines.
The popular blog engine Wordpress will release a new version of Wordpress, namely Wordpress 3.2 next year. But, the version will strictly require PHP version 5.2 and MySQL version 5.0.15 in the least. If your server doesn’t have PHP 5 support, you won’t be able to run this version of Wordpress. So, is your Wordpress blog ready for getting upgraded to Wordpress 3.2? You can check if you blog is ready for Wordpress 3.2 with some online tools.
AOL announced today that it will acquire Techcrunch Network of Sites. Techcrunch and its associated properties will come under AOL’s umbrella while the editorial independence will be retained. The announcement will be made on stage at Techcrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, CA.
People who are just familiar with English are unaware of the other side of the internet, the content over world wide web in languages other than English. And of the total searches done over...