Blogging Resources Archive


Why I Left Triberr

Dear Triberr, You came to me and offered me great things… things to help make sharing blog posts easier. You noticed the ReTweet Club we had where we helped each other out. You offered me a way to make this happen automatically. It sounded too good to be true. At first it


Blogger Resource: How to Submit Queries on Profnet and Profnet Connect

I previously suggested three places to find sponsors for products to review and giveaway. You can also use those sites to find experts for posts you are writing and probably even guest posters. They are a way for you to put your request out to those looking for interested people to work


Seeking Part-Time Contributors: Book Reviewer, Recipes, Crafts

Do you have a passion for reading and telling others about the world you were just immersed in? How about a creative mind that can concoct delicious dishes or cute crafts? I would love to offer more book reviews, crafts, and recipes to my readers, but I need your help to do


Review & Giveaway Resources: Places to Submit Pitches to Sponsors

When you are taking part in a giveaway event, you will want places to submit pitches to sponsors. Sometimes it is helps to send a wider message out to companies and PR firms that are looking to partner with bloggers. This should not be your only way of finding sponsors for reviews


Thoughts on Triberr: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

I just need to ramble a bit today. Ever since I wrote my post about Triberr developing ways to judge content (because there aren't enough rating services and programs already out there), I've been contemplating my involvement in it. I thought they weren't going to move forward with the Quality Score aspect


Ask the Web Guy: Burnin’ Feeds and Taking Names

Darcy asked me to type up a quick tutorial on your RSS feed and how to “burn it.” All blogs, regardless of their topic, should have an RSS link (sometimes also called Subscribe) in a easy-to-see spot. Many people, me included, like to view their blogroll using an RSS reader, such as


Are You Offended by Being Called a Mom Blogger?

I'm a mom. I'm a mom who blogs. I'm a mom who blogs about being a mom. Is that the definition of a “mom blogger?”. Or is it just moms who blog?


Ask The Web Guy: Adding Social Sharing Tools #savvyblogging

There have been a few requests on how to add the sharing tools to your blog posts, so I decided to do a post about it. When adding these buttons to your themes, make sure you only add it to the specific blog post page and not the posts on the home


Triberr: Expanding Reach or Casting Judgement?

Karma, quality scores… Is it really about expanding your reach or is it moving into a blog post judging service? When I was first asked to join Triberr by Dino, one of the founders, the service was pitched to me as an automatic retweet system. He was aware of our ReTweet Club


Ask The Web Guy: Google+ and +1 #blogging

The last “Ask the Web Guy” post went pretty well. I'm glad I could help a few people out with their questions. This time around I thought I would give everyone a quick tip or trick before asking for questions. The buzz these last few weeks has been Google+ and their accompanying