Blog Business

WordPress 2.7 is around the corner

by Ashwin on December 5, 2008

in Blog Business

WordPress is becoming very popular among the bloggers, especially those who host their own blogs. Official release of WordPress 2.7, for self-hosted blogs is expected around 10 December 2008.   But the release candidate for WordPress 2.7 is available to download, for impatient bloggers. There are several interesting features that make this an exciting release. Some [...]

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Page Titles Title tags provide a description on the content of the page, to both search engines and users. Title tags are recommended to be unique for each page and post (in case of blogs). This will highly improve the chances of your posts, making into top search results. As per Google SEO Starter guide [...]


Starting with SEO – #1

by Ashwin on December 2, 2008

in Blog Business

I have been blogging for quite some time. But only recently I was struck with the buzzword, SEO. For those of you who are unaware of this term but running a blog (and looking to popularize it!), I would like to share my learning through this series of posts. SEO stands for, Search Engine Optimization. [...]


Mobilizing your WordPress Blog

by Ashwin on November 29, 2008

in Blog Business

With sophisticated mobile phones with full scale internet access entering the market, people accessing the web through these gadgets have grown in number. It is not really possible for every non-techie blogger to make his Blog mobile friendly. For those who wish to make their Blog mobile friendly without extra hassles of a custom domain [...]


Blog Upgrade

by Ashwin on November 28, 2008

in Blog Business,Uncategorized

A new look, a new host, a new domain but the same blog. Feed readers – check out my blog and let me know your feedback.


RSS Subscribers and Blog Visitors

by Ashwin on November 13, 2008

in Blog Business

I was reading a post by Darren Rowse, analyzing the effect that RSS Readers have on the blog visitors. I agree with him and following is my take on this topic. 1. Build a Community, forget the Traffic One can have about 100 readers, visiting their blog but they may all be one-off readers. They [...]