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Blogging, Mobile Devices and Compatibility

Back in July of 2008 I wrote a blog post on how to make a WordPress blog mobile phone compatible.  Fast forward to a few days ago when I received a comment from Amy Young. She reminded me that blogs should be mobile compatible. I knew that at one point in time No Job for […]

Tweak

Lessons Learned while Changing Blog Themes

Aside from the technical aspects that I learned while changing themes (such as installing WordPress in another directory and linking it to the root), I learned that it’s good to go through your blog every once in a while and tighten up a few things. Typical Newbie Mistake Eons ago when I started this blog […]

Notice Something Different"

Something’s Different Here

We’re in for a bumpy ride.  I changed the theme (yet again), and am still working on getting it to do what I want it to do. This is just a short post to let you know that you did reach No Job for Mom.  She’s just wearing a new dress.

Another Blogging Plugin-LinkWithin

Another Blogging Plugin-LinkWithin

Now that I’m not on a breakneck writing pace, I’ve got time to goof off a lot more. I noticed on Prerna and Kidgas’ blogs they had a neat little linking tool that linked to other posts within their blogs.  I didn’t notice it at first, but as I continued to visit their blogs, I […]

Toying Around with Plugins

Toying Around with Plugins

I just found a cool little plugin to help me keep track of my monthly writing goals (checkout the progress bar on the right).  I find that charting my progress works well for me.  The only way I was able to maintain this month’s membership in the Double O Club was because I charted my […]

Neat Little WordPress Plugin for Moving Comments

Neat Little WordPress Plugin for Moving Comments

I quickly found yesterday, that I needed a plugin to help me take comments from one post and place them on another. It’s not that I’m changing the content of the comments, it’s just that I felt the comment would better serve the community (not to mention keep me on track), if the comments were […]

How to Handle Some Comments

How to Handle Some Comments

On occasion I receive comments with typos. On occasion I upload posts/articles with typos. It happens. When I catch a typo in my work or someone else’s work I either correct it or notify the author of the typo. I’d rather someone correct me than allow my work to stay forever incorrect on the internet. […]

Things One of My Blogs Taught Me

Things One of My Blogs Taught Me

I decided to truly analyze one of my blogs that started earning money from the first month of being on the web. That surprised me because it doesn’t get a lot of traffic. Since it consistently earns money each month, I decided to see what I had done differently on that blog that I had […]

It's All About Passion!

It’s All About Passion!

This is a quick post, but I wanted to give a shout out to Will Leon. Will is a passionate Tennessee Titans fan. Quite a while ago Will created a blog with googobs of great information on the Titans and its players but he let it go dormant for a while. Will recently revived his […]

Do You Have a Sitemap?

Do You Have a Sitemap?

If you have a website or a blog and you have not added your site map to Google Webmaster tools, you should take the time to do so. Back in the Stone Age when I first got online I barely knew what a sitemap was. I spent some time reading in various forums trying to […]

Everything Old is New Again

Everything Old is New Again

My regular readers will notice something vaguely familiar about this WordPress theme. Yep, you guessed it, it’s the old WordPress theme with a few color changes (I’m still working on the color thing). It’s a long story, but here’s why the change… It’s All About the Sitemap This whole thing started because I was working […]

Switching Blog Themes: Is it Worth It?

Switching Blog Themes: Is it Worth It?

Here’s the scoop. It’s quite obvious that NJFM is undergoing a transformation. The reason for the change is several fold: The old theme stopped working behind the scenes. There were too many errors and the load was too slow. I wanted something lighter and airier and easier for me to handle. NJFM, although I love […]

I’ll Probably Hate Myself in the Morning

I’ll Probably Hate Myself in the Morning

Ok, I admit it. I’m releasing a half-baked blog interface. I was quite tired of the old blog interface and knew that I needed something different. I wasn’t quite sure what I was looking for so I spent time visiting other blogs in an attempt to get some ideas for my new WordPress theme. I […]

DoFollow vs NoFollow Backlinks

DoFollow vs NoFollow Backlinks

Crystal brought up a good question the other day and I didn’t have the answer. So I thought I’d do a little research, write about what I found and post it here. We both (Crystal and I) would love to hear your thoughts on DoFollow and NoFollow backlinks. Before I go into DoFollow and NoFollow […]

I’ve Put it Off Long Enough

I’ve Put it Off Long Enough

I’ve been putting off domain name transfers for the past 6 months or so. I just didn’t want to take the time to do the research and paperwork. Here’s my issue: My blogs and websites are hosted by Host Gator. I love their service and their up time. I’ve had very little issue with them […]