Posts Tagged ‘weblogtoolscollection’

Weblog Tools Collection in 2012

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January 3rd, 2013
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WordPress had a great 2012, bbPress had a great 2012, and we had a great 2012 too! This handy report was generated for several¬†WordPress.com and Jetpack-powered WordPress.org blogs with moderate to high traffic, and it really is quite nice. Here’s one of my favorite excerpts from our report. About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 950,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 17 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe! So, with visits from 217 countries world-wide, and the United States, India, and the United Kingdom rounding out the top, we had more visits than 17 years worth of tourists to a small European country. That’s not bad, but we could always do better. What would you kind folks love to see from us in 2013?

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Regarding Plugin and Theme Digests

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You’ve just spent countless hours on your latest and greatest WordPress plugin and theme, and you want the world to know about it. Well, we want to help! I’m sure that you’ve all noticed the plugin and theme digests published here every other day, and it’s not too difficult to be a part of them. Sure, we all recommend that you submit your work of art to the official plugin and theme directories, but it normally takes a few days for these directories to be updated. Why not announce it here as soon as you’re done? We’ve made it easy to do just that. If you want to share your latest and greatest WordPress plugin and theme with us, stop by the New WordPress Plugins and New WordPress Themes forums and simply post a new topic via the form at the bottom of the page, or email submissions (at) wltc […]

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Best Of WLTC 2009 Part 1

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December 30th, 2009
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Throughout the course of a year on WeblogToolsCollection.com, there is a ton of information published about WordPress whether it be a link to something cool or a home grown guide covering a specific feature of WordPress. The purpose of this two part series is to look back at the best articles published on the site but it’s also to reflect on the achievements the software has undergone during 2009. While it’s good to keep things moving along into the future, it’s healthy to look at the past every once in awhile to measure progress. From all of us here at WLTC, we wish you a safe and happy New Year! January: Plugin Review: Simple:Press Forum Great Explanation Of Community PHPBB And WordPress Plugin Review: Referrer Detector Do You Post By Email? Plugin Review: WP Greet Box Plugin Review: WP125 Michael Pick Of WordPress.TV Et Tu Google? Then Fail, Net Safety […]

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Looking for translators

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February 15th, 2007
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I would love to publish WeblogToolsCollection in languages other than English. I know that I can install translator plugins and other software but machine translation leaves a lot to be desired, is slow and load intensive, readers miss out on the discussions and it is just less fulfilling as a read. Since there has been some interest in French and Spanish language translations, I am seeking a couple of authors who are willing to do the following: Translate all (new) posts from weblogtoolscollection.com into their respective language and make a daily commitment to posting changes and updates Moderate and answer comments Post any new material you find relevant to blogging in general and WordPress in particular Co-operate, share ideas and news with other authors Be user centric Fluent in French or Spanish. English language proficiency required. This is an experiment/brainstorm/brainfart and I am not sure whether there is even an […]

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Wired News: Cliff Notes From the Blog World

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October 21st, 2005
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Cliff Notes From the Blog World “I have 400 feeds, and reading those takes me four hours — and I was doing that every morning,” Arrington said. “Since Memeorandum, I use my feed reader significantly less.” I completely agree. The mish mash of live news from the technology world along with a good smattering of code and usability has made Memeorandum a favorite of mine. Now only if I could get WeblogToolsCollection to become one of the sites that Memeorandum caches and gets its news from. Anyone know how?

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