Hidden Benefits of Blogging

September 27, 2009 · 2 comments

in blogging tips

Most of us start a Blog to express our views and to feel a sense of achievement on being popular. 

But Blogging can lead to Side Effects (positive, of course), some of which you never might have expected.

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Create Newsletter from your Blog RSS Feed using MailChimp

September 23, 2009 · 0 comments

in blog promotion, blogging tips

If you are into serious Blogging, setting up a Newsletter is definitely somewhere on your agenda.  In this post I will show you how to setup a simple and effective Newsletter using the RSS Feed of your Blog in minutes.  We will use MailChimp as our service provider.

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5 Quick Ways to make your Blog Extremely Popular

September 22, 2009 · 3 comments

in blogging tips


Don’t mistake this to be a spammer post – just with the title!  I will share some reasonable & practical techniques to make your Blog Extremely Popular, that would work sure shot! But the only downside is they may not work – if tried too early in your Blog’s Life Cycle.

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Thesis Theme : Setup Pagination on Home Page

September 20, 2009 · 2 comments

in Thesis Theme, Thesis Tips, Wordpress

In this tutorial, we will see How to Setup Pagination on the Home Page of your Blog or Website running on the Thesis Theme for Wordpress.  This will replace the regular “Previous Entries” link that appears at the bottom of your Content Area, just below the Teasers (if you are using them).

What are we trying to create?

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Why should you try Readtwit?

September 18, 2009 · 4 comments

in Social Media, Twitter


If you are an RSS freak and looking to get Twitter content that has links in them, into your RSS Reader, then Readtwit is the right tool for you.  Read on to know why should you definitely try Readtwit!

What is Readtwit?

Readtwit is a Twitter-based tool that parses your Twitter feed and provides it in RSS format.  It takes only those tweets with links in them, extracts the initial content (about 2000 characters) and feeds the RSS stream.  You can subscribe to this unique RSS stream created for you in the RSS Reader of choice and start reading stuff!

Why is it Good?

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