With the semester just starting, I’m keeping pretty busy teaching my classes and getting into the swing of being back at work. But I found some time today to spend with my much neglected RSS reader (currently at about 80+ subscriptions), and thought I’d share some of the posts I ran across that caught my eye.
Over at Interesting Observations is a great post on Creating Content From Everyday Life. I’d been about to write something of the sort, but Pearl beat me to it! Which reminds me of a story…but that’s for another post.
The Kosher Cooking meta-Carnival over at Juggling Frogs is the most amazing compilation of related links I’ve seen in a long time. A warning, though, don’t click through unless you have some food handy, because you’ll come away hungry!
The post about Virtual Real Estate over at Cash For Comments is a nice way of looking at the Internet. When I was trying to get my mind around domaining, the buying and selling of domain names for profit, what finally made it all click for me was the notion that registering a domain name is like creating new real estate.
At a time when I’ve started to take the weekend off, Dosh Dosh has a post on 7 Easy Ways To Get More Weekend Traffic for Your Website. The article is written from the perspective of wanting to avoid the sales dip that comes with low traffic periods.
Enkay Blog has a nice article about Google’s recent change to its webmaster guidelines. For more info, go read Google Says “OK” To Some Link Schemes?.
I’ve been following Yaro Starak’s series on How To Launch A Membership Site with great interest. Yaro knows what he’s talking about, having launched Blog Mastermind, a successful membership site that helps you learn how to make money blogging.
If you use WordPress themes someone else has designed, or plugins, you should take a look at How To Find Hidden Links In Your Site. Court goes through it step by step to show you how to find out exactly what links are in your site, including the ones you may not be aware of.
Self Made Minds regularly has posts about buying websites. The latest talks about how the price for older establish websites is increasing. Read A good website for 10-12 times net income, not anymore for the details.
Shaun Low has a fun post on How To Use Video Games To Promote Your Site. So for anyone who needs an excuse to play video games, start a website and call it a “promotional effort”.
Some Make Money has a post called Noepets, Minimum Wage Blogging, and Making Money Online. It’s a must read for anyone thinking about getting into blogging for money.
Hope you enjoyed this stroll through my feed subscriptions. I’ll probably do this fairly regularly, since it gives me a good excuse to give the subscriptions some attention.