Blogging for Online Income

Link Soup :: I Love StumbleUpon

By | April 20th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

The more I know about StumbleUpon, the more there is to love. I first discovered it on February 15th, 2006, when I got a sudden spike of 250 visits to an article I had written a month before, What Europeans and Americans Can Learn From Each Other When I checked Google Analytics, I realized that [...]

Blog Income Report :: March 2007

By | April 10th, 2007|Categories: Affiliate Programs, Income Reports|

Monetization of Genius Types is right on schedule. I'm happy with the amount of money I'm earning and especially the growth rate. The compound monthly growth rate of income earned on GeniusTypes.com in 2007 is 24%. If it continues to grow at this rate, Genius Types will earn over $1000 in March 2008. Six Months [...]

Link Soup :: Help Steven Aitchison Become a Pro-Blogger

By | April 6th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Link Soup is your rundown of what's hot in the blogosphere. This week's theme is bloggers shooting for the stars. Steven's Going For It! Steven Aitchison of Change Your Thoughts has written an e-book with the goal of selling 20,000 copies at £4.99 a piece in order to pay off his mortgage. If he does [...]

Clean Up Links to Increase Page Rank

By | April 5th, 2007|Categories: Blogging|

Broken links can be silently killing your page rank if you're not careful. It's easier than you think to "dirty-up" your site with broken links. Search engines see bad links as a sign of unreliability and penalize your page rank for it. If you are a blogger who constantly adds inter-site references within your posts [...]

Find Your Blog’s Compound Growth Rate

By | April 4th, 2007|Categories: Blogging|

This article is for any blogger, entrepreneur, or investor who is serious about analyzing their investment. One of the most important factors of any investment is its growth rate, but calculating it can be difficult. It's not as easy as comparing one period of production to the next. It's important to find a sustained pattern [...]

Link Soup :: Posts About WordPress Plugins

By | March 29th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

I've got to admit, one of my favorite pastimes is wasting massive amounts of time tinkering with my WordPress plugins. I'm a sucker for "Top WordPress Plugins" posts on other people's blogs. I could browse the thousands of plugins at the WordPress Plugin Directory, but I find that it's much easier to take recommendations from [...]

One Blogger Synergizes Charity with Blog Growth

By | March 28th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Alex Shalman at Practical Personal Development (a blog about self help and personal growth) is hosting a Donation Contest in which you press a button and he donates a dollar. He is going to donate up to $500 to the charity of the winner's choice. What a creative way to combine the growth of his [...]

Link Soup Light :: SXSW in ATX

By | March 12th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

I'll be in Austin, TX during the next two weeks during the South by Southwest Film, Music, and Interactive Festival. Besides Los Angeles, Austin is our second home. After I service my bulk candy vending machines, I will be a field producer on a movie crew that will be following some bands in a half [...]

Link Soup :: Integrated With Integrity

By | February 26th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Link soup is where I dig up some good material from the blogosphere and add my two cents. Integrity Whenever I really need a kick in the ass, I tend to visit the site of self-proclaimed blunt, offensive, politically-incorrect blogger Craig Harper. This week, he really did the trick with his article The Art of [...]

Why I Blog

By | February 20th, 2007|Categories: Blogging, Creative Life|

Gleb Reys of Personal Development Ideas tagged me today in the blog meme that is sweeping the world. Thanks Gleb! His article Why I Blog was a result of being tagged by Edward Mills from Evolving Times in his article Why I Blog. I commented on Gleb's post that he really took the pressure off [...]