We are fast moving towards using an image-only language. Text is becoming redundant. Blog content has become short, so short that words come secondary to images. So what is the proper text to picture ratio and why are images more important? Let's have a look at this following example: Once, we were single-celled amoebas. We … Continue reading Blogging: Text to Picture Ratios
WordPress Blogging for authors of novels, novellas and other fiction. So you want to build a league of followers through your online fiction but only see factual-driven content being promoted there? It's true, there are more bloggers writing attractive non-fiction than fiction. They, like all of us, write stories to lure a wide range of readers into … Continue reading WordPress Blogging for Authors of Fiction
Sick of inventing / writing hashtags all the time? What about an app to do the job for you? So you're a fan of short-form blogging. Instagram is short - nothing shorter than a picture and a quirky caption, right? Instagram is popular because it's quick - for readers and writers alike. Hashtags are popular … Continue reading Hashtag Time Saver!
You know you're doing well when......spammers see your WordPress blog and try their chances at getting through its back door far more frequently via splogging!A Splog of my Novel SEETHINGS.Spam happens. It's there and has always been there. Ever since I've had a website, I've had spam. Ever since I've had a blog, I've had spam. … Continue reading SEO Blogging: Increased spam and splogging shows SEO working!
Too many social media accounts? So little time to spread your joy? Blisters can form on fingers that re-type words (or copying and pasting) from a single WP post to social media. There are ways to circumvent some of the process work. WordPress Publicize is there for just that! Publicize enables handshakes to take place between itself and applications like … Continue reading Using WordPress Publicize for Social Media Broadcasting.
Maxine Sewell's death-by-hanging story, by her own camera strap during a storm, attracted some interesting numbers last week. I keep scratching my head and wondering why so many folks cared? She had no friends. She wasn't liked all that much. Could it be that many wanted to revel in the gory details of how a … Continue reading Photographer’s Death Makes Headlines.
What a nightmare!! How do you write a webpage that looks equally good on a big screen, a small screen viewed in a vertical layout or a small screen held in a horizontal format? It's just crazy!The Changing WebpageWhen I began writing webpages in 1999, websites were viewed on computers only. Computer screens came from … Continue reading Programming Webpages for Mobile Devices and Computers
There's no law against it to repost old blogging material, is there?That's too bad you feel that way. I expected sympathy! Hah, besides, it's not entirely old when the wording is revamped and the images that support that content are changed, is it? It's practically new content by that time anyhow!Lately, I've spent a bit … Continue reading Reposting Old Content
Avoid Page Ads by Using a Popular Feed Reader! Webpages have become ridiculously cluttered these days. To find anything useful today, a searcher must wade through all those advertisements, pop-up subscription banners and a myriad of health-skin-tummy-nails-teeth cures to get to the stuff they're really looking for. It's a growing problem. Fifty percent of the browsing market now rely … Continue reading RSS is Making a Comeback!
Hi! Today I'm working outside (out of the back of the truck actually) enjoying some sun and listening to tunes. (Yes, this is a typical kinda work day for me. Thank god for mobile technology and batteries) It's not unusual to work from the here, I do that when travelling. In fact I've written mostly … Continue reading Private time