Google Analytics allows you to collect and see statistics on your blog. You can see the number of visitors, referral sources, and the keywords that are driving people to your site.
One of the best ways to tell your blog visitors about your Facebook presence is by using a Facebook Fan Badge. This allows users to click a button and join your Fan page and to click through to your Facebook account.
One of my themes for 2010 is Own Your Content. In that light, I’m sharing the Amazon.com review I did of Aaron Brazell’s WordPress Bible.
WordPress 2.9.2 is now available to patch up a problem where logged in users can look into the “Trash” of other authors.
You can now read and post to WordPress.com blogs using Tweetie2, a third-party iPhone Twitter application.
This is cool because it’s like having mobile Twitter but for blogs. You can read and post to your blog and also read other WordPress.com blogs.
I LOVE promoting other people and organizations that are doing good and interesting things. Whether it’s a cause, a new community service, or a new business, I’m there and ready to help. Well today I’m doing something difficult for me and asking for your help in promoting this new class.
This tutorial shows you how to add an additional “social” feature to your blog by allowing visitors to post blog links to their social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.