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Quick Stats Bookmarklet – Members Only

Ok, first of all, full credit to Matthew for this one. This is a cool little bookmarklet he has allowed me to share with everyone here in the Inner Circle. It’s a simple little button that sits on your browser and with the click of a button will show you the full Alexa and Quantcast data in a minified window about the target site in a cool little popup window.

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Best WordPress Ping List

If you use WordPress the one of the things you need to do is have a great WordPress Ping List. You know how it goes. You want the absolute best exposure for your site and to do that you need to make sure that you notify as many services as you can that you have a new post. By default, WordPress comes with a very limited set of ping options. So, I have compiled a list of some of the best pinging services from all over the world. All you need to do is add this list to your WordPress ...

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About Stumbling Over a PPC Idea

A funny thing happened to me today that has probably happened to the majority of my readers, therefore I had to share it with you. It happened by accident. I was looking (out of sheer curiosity) at the AdWords Placement tool, to see what a favorite blog of mine got in terms of traffic, and to their AdSense ads. If you don’t have an AdWords account, get signed up for one so you can benefit from tools like this. Whilst I’m unsure whether you actually need an AdWords account to view the placement tool, it’s always worth having one for ...

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Sly, Annoying, or Beneficial?

Popups have had the jury out for a long time. There are many marketers now that are swayed back to popups, and say that they are giving added value by giving away free guides etc. in these popups. The fact still remains that millions of people hate having something popup when they are trying to read the content on a site. Whatever your stance on this, I’m sure you would dearly love to capture the visitor’s attention every time a new one hits your site, and actually get them to read something interesting, without disturbing their visit to the site.

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RSS Theft – How to Deal With It

We all have to face the fact that our work may sometimes be plagiarized by others, in particular ‘sploggers’. There are some people who will set up a blog with just a small amount of unique content, and then add hundreds of pages of filler, which will be aggregated from lots of other places. The most common plugin that does this is WPRobot, and though it may be great for putting Amazon and YouTube content on a website, it can also be used to rip content like articles, photos and more from a blog that has an RSS feed.

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