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Here is a list of 30 hot tips, links, blogging and social media resources I’ve found on the web for your reading pleasure.
Best writing tips. The bottom line is that we need to be good writers to be read. I’ve skimmed the cream of the crop in writing and I’ve stumbled into Skellie, Terry and George.
What’s hot right now. The sad thing about Philippine blogosphere is that some of us get off on assigning derogatory labels to our fellow bloggers who don’t fit into our pet notions of class and what constitutes accomplished blogging. Here’s Janette and Reyna Elena to give you the lowdown on this pesky issue. To make up for the heavy feeling you might have after checking out these links, I reward you with Holly’s useful and humorous post on blog commenting.
1. Politics of Blogging
2. Are You Serious Carlo Ople?
3. Blog Comments: Conversation or Junk Mail?
Most viewed in this blog. In case you’re slacking off, I’m giving you a recap of what Google Analytics says are the most read posts in this blog in April.
Best blogging tips. Skellie, Daniel and Marko all conspire here to help you raise your blog to the next level.
11 SEO power tools and 34 nifty techniques. We can’t avoid being our own handyman in our own blog. We have to if we’re into blogging for the long haul.
Making heads and tails of the social media. Some useful read to help you manage the surfeit of social media sites you’re subscribed to. Plus a valuable post on Friendfeed as the social media aggregator to beat.
Twitter: What can I say except that whenever social media is mentioned I snap to attention and burst into melodic tweets. Ahem.
StumbleUpon. My original Significant Other. I’ve known it long before I joined blogging. Always has a special place in my heart.
Facebook: It’s currently going after Filipino account users on suspicion that their user names are fake. No mystery there – Filipinos love nicknames with repeating syllables: Tonton, Jayjay, Leklek, and so on. These are not fake names, Mattt. Oh Facebook, you’re so clueless. Never mind, we still love you.
Digg: I can’t stand the verbal abuse in Digg. Its comment section is not for the fainthearted. Tread slowly and carry a taser to protect yourself if you can’t help lusting the rewards of Digg anointment.
Over to you, guys. Care to share valuable links and blogging resources you’ve stumbled into the last few days?
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