It is Friday again, and if you are one on my regular readers, you know what that means. As every other week, I want to list my favorite posts of the week. I read, liked and stumbled them, and maybe you’d like to do the same.
- It’s not a big secret that I am a fan of WordPress. One of the many reasons is its versatility. You can see a wonderful example on The Design Canopy: The WP Contact Manager. Yep, David has turned WordPress into a contact manager. Well done, and I’m curious to see how it evolves.
- RT has written a very nice “WordPress Guide to Pingbacks and Trackbacks“. If you’re new to WordPress this is a must-read.
- Mani’s “SEO friendly titles, a 359.5% degree perspective” might give you a few clues on how to use title tags wisely. If you’re not sure how to do it - read the post.
- Caroline’s “How Hard Do You Need to Work at Your Own Business?” deals with her schedule (or lack thereof). Since I’ve never been a friend of tight schedules (heck, I’m writing this at 3:10 am), I totally understand her point of view.
- Hands on: Chris Garrett’s “How to Get More Bookmarks and Better Links” is a brilliant post that you should not miss. Unless you don’t want people bookmarking your posts. Otherwise read it, bookmark it, stumble it.
- Now that you know how to get bookmarks, head over to Traffikd, where Steven’s “5 Ways to Fail With Social Media Marketing” tells you what Social Media mistakes to avoid. And I bet that most of us have - at one point or another - made at least one of these mistakes. I know I have.
That’s it for this installment of SitW. I wish you a good read and a nice weekend. And if you happen to read a post during the next week, that you think is extremely stumbleworthy, don’t be shy - drop me a line.
Oh, after last weeks post I received some nice mails about my father’s operation. Thank you for that. He’s back home and in 2-3 weeks he’ll be as good as new. Well, new with grey hair *g*.
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