Welcome to the December 3, 2007 edition of Webmaster Articles Blog Carnival!
My name is John and I am your host. This edition is packed with a great variety of articles. You'll meet “old friends”, as well as new fellows in the carnival scene. I am hosting this carnival for the first time, and I was pretty much impressed by the high quality of the submitted posts and Blogs. No problem with Spam Blogs (Splogs) at all. Might be the technology part of this carnival that doesn't attract so many spammers as compared to the business related carnivals.
Thanks to everyone who contributed.
Each of the 41 articles below is handpicked. I suggest that you do not only look at the articles, look at those Blogs, too. I have found a lot of great recent posts on those Blogs, too. Check it out. Maybe this carnival should be run at least every month. My comments are open, so just say what you think.
Question of the day: Who will be the next host for this carnival?
Write a note to the organizer. Get more exposure for your Blog Volunteers preferred.
You also can submit your article to the next edition already. More info at the bottom of this post.
We have the following categories today: Design, Monetization, Traffic-Building, and General
The links to the posts and Blogs will open in a new browser window. By the way: The posts are ordered somewhat arbitrarily and don't reflect my preferences. Leave a comment here about what you liked most.
Rodney Burge - Marketing Strategies presents How Important are Blogs to the Media? posted at Lori Prokop - Keyboard Culture, saying, “Free publicity is a great way to get your message out to the world, attract new customers and make money online. To get free publicity for your blog, products or services, you need to get the media’s attention. In this blog post by Keyboard Culture Expert Lori Prokop at http://www.keyboard-culture.com it’s amazing to see how much the media is depending on blogs.”
Derick Thomas presents Lesson - Patience for Webmasters posted at derick.in, saying, “This article deals with the patience needed for Webmasters. This is from my personal experience when I launched this blogged and waiting this blog to be indexed by search engines.”
Chris Crompton presents The Link Not Taken? posted at Chris Crompton, saying, “Getting more traffic to your site. Why not use my script that finds Wordpress blogs with comments enabled and a ‘NO NOFOLLOW’ policy.”
Desinet1 presents Get a Free Backlink from This Blog posted at Web Tools and Tips, saying, “I am starting my own way to build some crucial backlinks, which should appear to be natural and organic to Google. They will be helping both your blog, as well as mine. Just, send me the URL(s) to which you want a backlink, alongwith the keyword(s) of your choice for every URL. I will accommodate it within my next few posts.”
Please, help us and eachother to spread the word and take some time to give feedback via comments, trackbacks, and use the social bookmark tools to further promote articles that you have liked. Thank you.
Also, special thanks to the Carnival organizer Matt Harzewski. He has also hosted the previous edition of October 01, 2007 (↑). And thanks again to Mary S. (fcon21.biz), who had created the logo and did the ‘dirty’ work of typing.
Thanks for your comment. Check out the Carnival Schedule at http://blogcarnival.com/bc/cprof_1938.html
This carnival is hosted every 2 month. So far the next issue beginning February 2008 is not setup, yet.
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