You can do some amazing things with Blogger
JULY 28, 2011
Confluent Forms LLC specializes in creating gorgeous, engaging websites with custom content management systems (CMS, software that enables easy management of your website content without a web developer), but we’ve found that Blogger can be a great platform for web development when a custom CMS isn’t needed. As a web development firm, Blogger provides us with a different value proposition.
Maximize your SEO benefit on Google+ in 8 simple steps
NOVEMBER 8, 2011
Let me boil my last post, Google Plus was born prematurely and you should take advantage , down to practical pieces. To help you carefully handle Google+ for maximum advantage, I’ve assembled eight steps that help you get the best searh visibility from your Google+ posts. Here’s my Google+ public profile. Use a clean URL when you add your content to Google+.
Fulfill your resolution to blog in 11 steps
JANUARY 7, 2014
majority of my revenue is generated from blogger outreach, namely long-tail and deep-dive, outreach that extends all the way into the thousands of bloggers. As part of the client service work on behalf of my clients I have engaged with many thousands of bloggers over the last decade. And, YouTube is the second most popular search engine right under Google Search. Finis.
Blogger Beta Reloaded - Have you upgraded? Don't bother
Anything Goes Marketing
AUGUST 23, 2006
A simple little ^%$# stack overflow error I found on my blog when it's viewed in IE lead to me migrating my blog to Blogger Beta, a new template, a headache, 3 cups of coffee, 4 hours of sleep, and a pissed off wife. Here are some of my comments off the top as to why I hate Blogger Beta: Bugs, bugs, bugs and more bugs. Microsoft Windows? I was half expecting to see a blue screen of death or one that has the Google colours. This is not an open source product - it's Google! Same crappy templates. NO TEMPLATE EDITING. Adsense is no more.
10 Reasons why I like Blogger - Part I
Anything Goes Marketing
JULY 30, 2006
Besides Blogger, I've used Wordpress.com and MSN Spaces (my fun blog). What I like about Blogger 2. What I don't like about Blogger 3. Should I move blog platforms to Wordpress or Typepad For now, I will look at why I like Blogger : It's free - no sign up fees or hosting fees (for now). It's owned by Google I - This means that Google is indexing your blog and promoting it as it's part of their overall offerings and to their advantage - especially if you use adsense. Adsense integration - Blogger makes adding adsense very easy.