Jun 11, 2011
It was fun while it lasted wasn’t it? We’ll all look back on the “good ol’ days” when you could hire a content writer for $7-$10 an article or buy bulk content from a content mill for about $5 a piece. You can still do that of course, but it is likely to destroy the rest of your site. The worst that could have happened before was the content wouldn’t rank, which...
Aug 29, 2009
Ad-Place is a very simple WordPress plugin that allows you to display different ads for each of your authors’ content. It is a good way to start revenue sharing and/or encourage more participation from your website contributors and bloggers.
This ad-sharing plugin was made because I couldn’t find anything else to do the job at the time. I’ve now decided to give it away for free to anyone...
Aug 24, 2009
As I was optimizing my new website tonight (still has a long way to go) I thought I’d post about what I was doing. Little did I know the blog post would take longer than the actual work I’m posting about.
Tonight I worked on the beginnings of a footer link silo using conditional PHP tags. Those who are familiar with tweaking PHP might find this elementary to moderate, while newer SEOs without...
Aug 24, 2009
One thing that used to annoy me about creating AdSense ads was having to switch back and forth between the CSS file and the AdSense window to get my color codes right. I installed ColorZilla months ago and haven’t had to worry about that since.
ColorZilla is a Firefox plugin that sits in the bottom-left footer area of your browsing screen. When you want to know the color codes of any pixel on a...