September 2009

Support Blog Action Day 2009 Climate Change

Blog Action Day is an annual event that unites bloggers from all over the world to blog about the same issue on the same day, an incredible movement of bloggers from the remotest parts of the world to raise awareness and trigger a global discussion. Blog Action Day 2009 will be the largest ever social [...]

Thesis Theme 1.6 (beta) version launched

Thesis Theme recently launched the Thesis Theme 1.6 version, this version ensures that the Thesis Theme gets more friendly and easy for bloggers. As you would have noticed that this blog runs on the Thesis Theme . The Thesis Theme 1.6 version takes blogging to another level with the easy and clean code. The Thesis [...]

1MTweets a revolutionary Twitter movement

The launch of 1MTweets.com is a movement that is revolutionizing the way social causes connect with online communities. One Million Tweets to remember or 1MTweets.com seeks to digitally memorialize one million people who have lived with Alzheimer's disease. Built on Twitter, 1MTweets allows families and friends to tweet about Alzheimer's sufferer they are memorializing and [...]

31 Days to Build a Better Blog at 50 % discount

Darren Rowse aka Problogger is giving a 50 % discount on his 31 Days to Build a Better Blog workbook, which means that the workbook is at half the price for you. 31 Days to Build a Better Blog is a downloadable e-book designed to help you revitalize your blog by giving you 31 tasks [...]

Affiliate marketing is a big and growing online industry, most of the top internet marketers are also super affiliates. While the potential to make money with affiliate products is huge, the 'know how' or the 'how to make money with affiliate products' is not easy to find. There are only a handful of good resources [...]

Google ignores keywords meta tag in web ranking

Google has revealed that it ignores the "keywords" meta tag in its web search ranking. Google's Matt Cutts explains this in a Webmaster Central video "About a decade ago, search engines judged pages only on the content of web pages, not any so-called "off-page" factors such as the links pointing to a web page," says [...]

Facebook crosses 300 million active users

Facebook recently announced that it crossed 300 million monthly active users across the globe and as you know thats roughly the population of US. Facebook added about 50 million users in 75 days, that's about 670,000 users per day. In mid july it announced that it had reached 250 million users. Facebook has also turned [...]

I’ve been under the weather

It's been almost a week, since I've written a blog post. I apologize for the delay as I've been under the weather and it's not been easy to concentrate on anything in the news for web marketing. I hope to get better soon to be able to resume the frequency of blog posts. In this [...]

Is Social Tagging becoming a silent movement ?

Tagging has become one of the most essential and popular "to do's" in the Web 2.0 environment. It's almost impossible to use Twitter without tagging your followers or other Twitter users. Tagging also helps you increase your followers on Twitter and helps your tweets go viral. By using hastags effectively on Twitter you can to [...]

WordPress under attack, Upgrade to WordPress 2.8.4

The Wordpress Team has confirmed that right now there is a worm making its way around old, unpatched versions of WordPress. This particular worm, registers a user and users a security bug to allow a code to be executed through the permalink structure and automatically makes itself the admin of the blog. The worm then [...]