October Trends + The 10 Horrors of Blogging

ProBlogger

We’ll use posts from Regator about these top stories to illustrate how you can avoid the ten horrors of blogging…. If you use a platform that automatically creates permalinks and you fix a headline typo after it has been published, you could end up with a headline that’s spelled correctly, but a URL that is not. See you next month with more blogosphere trends from Regator. You can find her on Twitter @kimber_regator.

Blogosphere Trends + Effective Calls to Action

ProBlogger

To give you some examples of these tips in action, I’ll use blog posts about the last month’s most-blogged-about stories, according to Regator (they are, in order: Japan , Libya , SXSW , Charlie Sheen , March Madness , AT&T , Elizabeth Taylor , St. Kimberly Turner is a cofounder of Regator , a site that curates the best of the blogosphere, as well as an award-winning print journalist. Reach her on Twitter @kimber_regator and get free widgets for your blog from Regator.

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Blogosphere Trends + Readability Scoring

ProBlogger

To use Google’s reading level feature, do an advanced search for site:thenameofyoursite.com (that’s the word “site”, then a colon with no spaces, then your blog’s URL without the “[link] part), and be sure you have selected “Annotate results with reading levels” under the “Need more tools?” Kimberly Turner is a cofounder of Regator , a site that curates the best of the blogosphere, as well as an award-winning print journalist. Do you know your blog’s readability score?

What Traits Define a Social Media Marketer?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

March 25, 2009 at 10:35 pm Social Media Question of the Week: Finding a Social Media Vendor — Regator Blog April 1, 2009 at 5:25 pm This Week in Search Marketing Staffing – 7/14/08 — Onward Search Blog July 24, 2009 at 1:33 pm Social Media Works… Is It Working For You? Online community managers are a slightly different breed than social PR folks, or bloggers, or people who are devoted to social news or folks who are widget and mashup fiends.