**Please, read my issue first then answer...** I'm using a free blogger template and I edited menu links... I mean made some pages and linked them to menus via HTML Edit. . Unfortunately, Now, I can't able to post to specific pages. So what should I do now?

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Hello, We are making a plan for Article submission but first i want to confirm with Audiance. Which type of article submission is good for website? As a guest on like these type of website http://www.techmagz.com/essentials-of-a-web-development-company/ rather than other some free submission website. If we submitted our one article one time at one website so out next article should be submitt there? but we got one time back link form our submitted website. Regards, Mackel

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Tumblr, the hugely popular blogging service which was bought by Yahoo! last month, has advised mobile users to change their passwords, and change them immediately. In a posting to the Tumblr staff blog, a spokesperson states "We have just released a very important security update for our iPhone and iPad apps addressing an issue that allowed passwords to be compromised in certain circumstances." The precise details of the vulnerability that enabled this password compromise appear to be rarer than rocking horse crap, however there's a pretty big clue in a footnote to that staff blog post which defines 'certain circumstances' …

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I have worked on a few blogs for several years and have treated them as a creative outlet. Haven't been concerned about getting followers or traffic. Presently, the "Blogroll" section of my blog is empty. However, I am now considering adding several URLs to this section. I don't plan to follow these other blogs everyday; I want to treat this section of my blog as a convenient online bookmarking service for myself (instead of saving a collection of links in, say, a text file). I am now wondering, by linking to another person's blog, do they automatically receive notification that …

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Blogging is a great way for your business ?

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hello, can anyone help me. my blog home page is not getting crawled by the google adsense crawlers. it is showing crawl errors for my home page. can anyone help me in this issue. my blog is [www.codershunt.com](http://www.codershunt.com)

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I am actualy here to seek some advice from those of you that own blogs and have SEO experiences. I have done some guest blogging becasue i thought that it will improve my own blog's page rank, but in this last page rank update, i have noticed no change. II have put some hard work in networking myself among guest blogging platform, such as blogsynergy.com. I have read in a black hat forum that this is worthless compared to just bulk link submitting. What do you guys think?

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It’s no secret that if you want to get traffic to a website, you need to get it ranked well in search engines, especially Google. The first thing that needs to happen is to get your site indexed, meaning that the search engine’s spider has visited your site and has added it to their index of web pages. This is commonly referred to as a search engine spider crawling a website.

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A sale begins with a relationship with a customer. What is the fastest way to establish that relationship. With social media or a blog? Blogs are relatively static and rely on the user to visit the Blog. Social media is immediate. Update alerts are pushed to the customer when they log onto the site. What do you think? -Rich Fairfull

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(Newbie!) What features will the Web 2.0 webpage have? Will it be simple and clean (no one reads most of the copy). Will it have analytics built in for users? Will it have tools for engagement like Facebook? What do you think? I want to get your thoughts on what the web 2.0 webpage is. We are at the point where engagement and connection is key to improving marketing and thus business for your personal/small business. Lets get a discussion going so we can learn from each other and improve our bottom lines. Looking forward to chatting with you!

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As I type this I realize I could be starting a major argument in this forum but what the hell. For people who blog as part of their online community, what is the best (in your opinion) blog platform to use? For myself, I have set up blogs on Blogger and Wordpress and while both are easier to use, Wordpress is far more flexible. So lets here your humble opinions.

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It has been one of the great blogging success stories, not to mention literary mysteries. But now the true identity of the Diary of a London Call Girl blogger has been revealed, by Belle de Jour herself. The blog, based upon a secret life covering 14 months as a high class escort and prostitute in London, spawned a successful national newspaper column, a best-selling book and even a TV movie. For a number of years now speculation has been rife as to who Belle de Jour really was, with the media 'outing' everyone from the editor of the Erotic Review …

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The troubled newspaper industry has been railing for years about how the Internet is destroying their business model, and taking actions such as paywalls and talking about [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story220640.html"]changing [/URL]copyright law. Now, one newspaper is going further -- it's taking bloggers that posted its stories to court, with the result that a number of blogs have been shut down and are facing multi-thousand-dollar settlement charges. [ATTACH]16076[/ATTACH] The [I]Las Vegas Review-Journal[/I] set up an agreement with Righthaven LLC that enables Righthaven to sue, on behalf of the [I]Review-Journa[/I]l, bloggers who reposted content from the paper. And it has done so, filing nearly …

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Blogetery.com, a free WordPress blog provider, was shut down earlier this month when their [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story297729.html"]entire server was mysteriously yanked [/URL]without warning or explanation. When the site went dark, over 73,000 user generated blogs disappeared and since then there has been little to no information as who was responsible for pulling the plug or why. Now, after the story has begun to catch media attention and speculation has been running high, Blogetery's hosting provider, BurstNet, has issued an [URL="https://www.burst.net/news/blogetry.shtml"]official statement[/URL] alleging that terrorist activity is associated with the shut down; something many people have speculated on throughout the blogosphere over the …

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On Friday, July 9th 2010 Blogetery.com went dark and over 73,000 user generated blogs disappeared without warning, without notice...and without any explanation whatsoever. Blogetery.com hosted thousands of WordPress based blogs that suddenly disappeared when their host, BurstNet abruptly pulled the plug in what has become one of the current mysteries of the net. So far it appears that the hosting company is not only refusing to divulge information in regards to the reason for yanking Blogetery's account but there may actually be some sort of unidentified government or law enforcement agency tying their hands in the matter.[ATTACH]15904[/ATTACH]Another incident that has …

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Alright, let's try this again. I've started over from scratch and we have got the basic functions working. Everything so far has checked out, but I am still trying to get it to pull the right credentials. I can get it to pull one of the rows out of the database, but not particularly the one I desire. I'm sure I have the wrong SQL command or have it phrased weirdly. Other than that it works just fine. It pulls the same entry every time, regardless of what I put in the login. import pesto, time, os import pesto.session.memorysessionmanager os.environ['PATH']+=";C:\\Program …

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Hey, I need help with setting up an authentication code. I am currently working on a project to build a blog server in python for an intro level python course. We are using the PESTO and POSTGRESQL wsgi and sql clients respectively. I am trying to authenticate against a user name and password in the database and myself and I suspect my partner are becoming incredibly frustrated with the lack of progress being made. If we could get the authentication script working, everything else would fall into place. [code] import time, os import pesto import logging #import pgdb os.environ['PATH'] +=";C:\\Program …

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I've been a freelance journalist for 20 years now, and can honestly say that the iPhone has changed the way I work more than anything since wireless Internet access came along all those years ago. But what are the essential iPhone apps that a jobbing journalist, or blogger for that matter, cannot live without? I've not included the built-in apps that come with my iPhone 3GS such as mail, calendar, camera/video and the voice memo recorder, but rather have concentrated on my top 10 third party apps: [B]1. Twittelator Pro[/B] [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story237470.html"]Twitter[/URL] is not just for stalking celebrities, it's also where …

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As I work with a number of different clients who are using e-mail campaigns (through Constant Contact as well as their corporate e-mail), Blogging and social media enagagement (twitter, FB, youtube) to drive leads to their e-commerce sites, I am curious to know which ones work the best and in what industries these successes are being seen. If anyone would care to share their experience (good and bad) with any of these channels it would be appreciated. Please include the industries that you saw these results. Thanks.

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Here's a switch. Instead of newspapers trying to protect the identities of the people posting to their websites, the newspaper is the one outing them. As [URL="http://www.stltoday.com/blogzone/the-editors-desk/the-editors-desk/2009/11/post-a-vulgar-comment-while-youre-at-work-lose-your-job/"]described[/URL] by editor Kurt Greenbaum of the [I]St. Louis Post-Dispatch[/I], someone posted a vulgar word in the paper's online commenting system, and re-posted it after a newspaper staffer deleted it. "I deleted it, but noticed in the WordPress e-mail alert that his comment had come from an IP address at a local school," Greenbaum reported. "So I called the school. They were happy to have me forward the e-mail, though I wasn’t sure what …

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Mashable is reporting that the top twitter trend to watch is some bloggers migrating to tweeting because they can get their point across in 140 characters or less. While I could see this among the bloggers who are more humor-based in their blogging I don't know that this is going to be as big a trend as the people at BlogWord think. What do you think?

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Apparently, women are more than twice as likely to go online and vent when stressed than speak to their partners. That's according to the results of a recent survey which also suggests that when stressed many women go and blog instead of turning to alcohol or chocolate. The survey, conducted by women's online community [URL="http://www.powderroomgraffiti.com"]Powder Room Graffiti[/URL] reveals that some 58% of women will write more online during difficult times, either by blogging, commenting or taking part in social networks. Only 23% said they turned to their partners when things got on top of them. "Our research would certainly indicate …

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A few threads back we were discussing possible FTC regs that would require bloggers to disclose if they were being compensated for blogging about products or services. Well, as is the case with the internet community, a solution has been created. [url]http://cmp.ly/[/url] The link above will take you to a simple page that lays out 6 disclosures that can be included in blog posts or tweets that allow people to reveal a connection or lack of connection between a blogger and the product or service they are talking about. Check it out and let us know what you think. I …

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[I]I have watched you on the shore Standing by the ocean's roar Do you love me, do you surfer girl ~Beach Boys, Surfer Girl [/I] [URL="http://wave.google.com/help/wave/closed.html"]Google Wave[/URL] invitations went out last week to 100,000 lucky people and I didn't get one. I'm stuck on the shore line while the fortunate few are riding the first Google Wave. I don't mind telling you, I really want to get my hands on an invitation. I know what you're thinking if you're a regular reader: 'Aren't you the guy who wrote [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story220576.html"]A Curmudgeonly Look at Google Wave[/URL] when it was first announced?' Well …

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I am not talking to people on this forum, I am talking to one of my clients. No matter how much I give him advice and examples of how to write and engaging blog post or encourage him to find his own voice when talking about the products and services his company offers, he falls back to making each post a sales pitch. This is when I can't decide what would be more beneficial, banging my head against a wall or banging his against the pavement. He will not understand that the heart and soul of social media is the …

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The times of generating profits via blogs are probably limited. I remember even a few years ago when many bloggers touted making beyond 6 figure just by blogging. What do you think?

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The Maryland Court of Appeals has reversed a lower-court ruling that a website must reveal the names of anonymous posters during a defamation hearing, and has issued guidelines for how such requests should be made in the future. The court ruling laid out the following steps in its [URL="http://mdcourts.gov/opinions/coa/2009/63a08.pdf"]decision[/URL]: [LIST=1] [*]The plaintiff has to try to notify the anonymous posters that they are the subject of a subpoena, including posting on the message board [*]give them a chance to respond, including legal filing [*]identify and set forth the exact statements purportedly made by each anonymous poster [*]determine whether it's defamation …

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178 Web posters who thought they were anonymous are being [URL="http://www.connordemond.com/LESHER-OMEGA_PETITION.pdf"]sued[/URL], and the website where they made the offending posts has been ordered to release information to help identify them. A couple, Mark and Rhonda Lesher, was accused of sexually assaulting a woman, and the websites for [URL="http://www.topix.com/forum/city/mckinney-tx"]McKinney[/URL], [URL="http://www.topix.com/forum/city/clarksville-tx"]Clarksville[/URL], and other Texas cities near where the couple lived, soon became Ground Zero for tens of thousands of graphic attacks about them -- even after they were acquitted. The couple's attorney has [URL="http://www.topix.com/forum/city/mckinney-tx/TP3EVRC0T5G3ELF5R"]offered[/URL] conditional immunity to people who revealed information about some of the most egregious of the posters. Topix.net, which …

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A newly elected Idaho state legislator is considering drafting a bill to make anonymous blogging illegal. Ironically, the legislator in question is a retired newspaper editor. (Idaho has a "citizens legislature" that meets only three months a year; few of them are professional politicians.) Steve Hartgen, R-Twin Falls, was quoted in the Lewiston [I]Tribune[/I] as saying, "Anonymity takes away the responsibility to say things in a civil and accurate manner. It provides a cover for the ugliness we see in the debate today. It's hard to read political blogs any more because they are so inflammatory." The paper went on …

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There's the start of a cult of the personality thing going on in the UK technology sphere. Traditionally people have done their research on a gadget before buying it by remarkably old-fashioned means; they look in a magazine, they check online, they ask friends and get a consensus. It's a lot like the business buying process but less formal. Except now people are starting to turn to celebrities, in particular [URL="http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/technology/"]Stephen Fry[/URL]. Or so says the BBC's technology correspondent, Rory Cellan-Jones. He believes the Blackberry Storm has been seriously hampered by Fry's antipathy towards it. This is made doubly confusing …

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