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MyBlogLog: Do You Still Use It?

My sidebar still has the MyBlogLog widget hanging around. It’s mostly for the benefit of visitors who are MyBlogLog users; it gives their sites or blogs the extra exposure by allowing people to click on their avatars and visit their sites. But I don’t use MyBlogLog anymore. It’s probably been […]

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One Post A Day (OPAD) Challenge 2009

Starting today, I’m going on a personal blogging challenge — to post once a day for the next 30 days, and it’s not unlike the challenge I took last year. My reasons for doing this again are: To revive traffic to WebGrrrl.net. Lord knows how much neglect this blog has […]

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The only two sites that will really teach you about making money online

Before I go further, I’d just like to show off to you a pathetic snapshot of my first ever AdSense cheque which I’ve received earlier this month (and a wonderful New Year’s surprise it was!). I was in a rush preparing for my son’s first day of school for the […]

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Take My Challenge! Now permanent

Update: This challenge has been discontinued. I’ve been meaning to do this ever since I received an encouraging number of participants for this project through SocialSpark. Take a look at the top of this blog’s sidebar, and you will see a link called Take My Challenge. Read through the requirements […]

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Quick blogging with ScribeFire and DashBlog

Since my preferred browser has always been Firefox, I thought I’d give the ScribeFire add-on a try. I would have been posting away with joy if it were not for my lame-slow Internet connection which I have to bear for another week. Having the tool taking over half of my […]

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Spark for network

Despite it being a paid post, I am exactly in the same wavelength as Serial Box.net on using SocialSpark to connect with your blog visitors and increase your web site traffic. I did blog about my recent attempt to use the Spark ad feature as part of my back linking […]

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One Page A Day challenge

Wouldn’t you want to blog every day for 29 days and be guaranteed a prize at the end? I would, and that is why I’ve accepted Eric Giguere’s One Page A Day challenge. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on his Uncommon AdSense e-book, and hope to be lucky […]

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New and improved Blog of Rugrats coming soon

After reading the comments from Ben and PapaJoneh concerning whether or not I should get a new domain for my baby blog, I’ve decided on getting a new domain at Blog Of Rugrats. Now it’s just a matter of creating a customised theme which I plan to build from scratch. […]

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WebGrrrl.net daily post theme

I have decided to create a schedule of a themed post a day as my way to help sort out my compulsion to blog about everything at one time and ending up not blogging at all. My post schedule from now on will go like this: Monday: No post on […]

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Clicks back to your site with Top Commentators

If you have any doubt whether being a Top Commentator will actually bring visits from other blogs to your site, check out my Google Analytics’ Site Overlay report below. Each bar represents the clicking popularity of the links in my site, in this case the main page. The humble WebGrrrl.net […]

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WebGrrrl.net: Shifting focus

Over the week, I’ve been pondering the fate that is WebGrrrl.net. To be honest, even with the seemingly lack of updates (seemingly, because I’m ignoring my paid posts), I actually have a lot of things in my mind I’d like to blog about. However, the topics I wanted to blog […]

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