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10 Blogging Mistakes To Avoid

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February 12th, 2007
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10 Blogging Mistakes To Avoid highlights ten points that bloggers should keep in mind while writing posts and maintaining their blogs.

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Blogging Essay Competition Winners

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February 6th, 2007
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After much deliberation and tallying, here are the winners of the Blogging Essay Competition from Weblogtoolscollection.com First Prize of $150 goes to The Private Intellectual for the essay Re-thinking Weblog Advertising. Second Prize of $50 goes to Bes Zain for the essay Importance of Transparency in Blogging An honorable mention goes to Ronald Huereca for the essay Things you should avoid blogging about for attracting the most attention in the competition. His entry was viewed well over 5000 times. Congratulations to the winners.  All the entries were superb. I will email the winners seperately. Thanks to everyone for participating and for helping to rate the essays.

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Importance of transparency in blogging

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January 14th, 2007
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This is the Twenty Fifth entry in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Bes Zain Online users prefer sticking around sites which are written by people with clear intentions. Online users also like it when blog authors express things transparently. Being transparent on the web is vital for a site to succeed. When you are open to your users about yourself and your site, you will gain more trust from people visiting your site compared to if you made yourself and your site anonymous. You must practise and master the art of transparency in some area of your choice on your site if you want […]

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Blogging is Karma

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January 14th, 2007
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This is the Twenty Fourth entry in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Sreejith Ramakrishnan When I refer to this statement I’m talking about the westernised version of karma other than the traditional Indian word. Here, karma refers to the “do good things and get good things” approach. Before starting off on this topic, read through the lines which follow, and feel the difference between an idealised world and the real world. So, here goes a little recap about blogging.Many of you may feel that this is just article about the evolution of blogging. But, the point is that, reading this would help you conceive […]

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How to say controversial things

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January 14th, 2007
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This is the Twenty Third in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Manuel Amador Offending your audience for fun and profit: how to say controversial things Do you blog? Then offending your audience should be the least of your concerns. And here’s why. I’m going to begin this article with a single thought: I’d rather you insult me than have you be dishonest with me. And here’s why. Lies and deceit in pretty words Let me lift a couple of words from one of Paul Graham’s writings: Another approach is to follow that word, heresy. In every period of history, there seem to have been […]

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Blog Juggling

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January 13th, 2007
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This is the Twenty Second entrant in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Jessica Beck Blog Juggling: Keeping All Your Online Identities In The Air at Once These days it isn’t unusual for people to have several online aliases. There’s the personal persona, hanging out on MySpace and YouTube; there’s the work persona, reading news feeds and doing online research; and there’s often a third, leisure persona, frequenting specialized bulletin boards and sites for hobbies like crafting, D&D or politics. And, of course, it wouldn’t be Web 2.0 if each of those aliases didn’t have its own blog. As someone who manages several distinctly different […]

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Humor in Blogging

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January 12th, 2007
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This is the Twenty First entrant in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Brad Finn I am not a serious guy. Well, that’s not entirely true. Damn it, I’ve begun by lying to you. I am off to a bad start. Please let me try again. I can be a serious guy when it comes to my job or paying my mortgage or when I am in court defending myself against a totally trumped up charge of statutory rape (hey, she showed me her driver’s license, how was I supposed to know it was a fake?) But for the most part, the writing I do […]

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Giving and Receiving Through a Blog

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January 12th, 2007
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This is the Twentieth entrant in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by John Masters For many years, I worked in the Records Management industry. This discipline has moved from merely being concerned with what’s in the file room to managing the myriad types of content, both paper and electronic, maintained by every enterprise. It is a fun and challenging industry. While I’ve always been technical and computer literate, some years ago I realized I needed to become more literate with programming and the internet as my industry moved towards being more technical. As more a “doer” than a “reader,” I started out creating some websites. […]

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And They Called it Bloggy Love

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January 11th, 2007
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This is the Nineteenth entrant in The Blogging Essay Contest from WeblogToolsCollection.com If you would like to participate, please email me your entry at mark at wltc dot net. Please rate this article using the star system below. The competition will be judged primarily on the input from readers like you. Thank you. This is written by Jessica Beck I admit it: I have a love affair with my blog. It started so fast, as these things do. I had a LiveJournal, which was okay as far as that goes, but after three years of friends-only journaling, the spark was gone. It just didn’t excite me anymore. I’d been eyeing the platform blogs for a while – the sexy, inscrutable Movable Type, the alluringly available WordPress. I told myself I was happy with what I had, but it was hard to deny that my eye was wandering. Then, one day, […]

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