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Archive for January, 2007

Run Your Own Online Heat Tests!

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

Have you seen a map like this before?
If you are familiar with this sort of diagram, an eye-tracking test may come to mind - but its not one of those. This is a test you can run on your own websites to map and count your visitor’s clicks.
I’ve just enabled this service on my website […]

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Now, here’s a nifty place to put your name - and it won’t even take 10 minutes to do.
It’s called Google Pages - A beta project that Google seems to be working on to allow people with Google Accounts to build a website without any programming knowledge whatsoever. I’ve tried it out and I’m pretty […]

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Australian Blogging Conference

Saturday, January 27th, 2007

I stumbled onto Peter Black’s blog today via Yaro’s website and it looks like a storm is brewing.
That is, QUT and ARC are co-hosting an event called the Australian Blogging Conference. This will be a free event held in the new State Library at Southbank on the 8th of March this year.
This new development is […]

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5 Reasons Why Blogging Is Good For Your Name

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

It’s becoming increasingly difficult to build and nurture a solid identity today. Even with Web 2.0 media it is growing in difficulty as other experts and companies start blogging about their practices and experiences. However, that is no reason to be deterred…
With half a spine and some know how in your chosen field, you can […]

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I’ve Finally Transitioned to WordPress

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

It’s been a tough day today, but I’ve finally transitioned this blog to WordPress! Boy I learned a lot behind the scenes of WordPress. What I thought would be a simple task, editing the template was exceptionally harder than I imagined. Coupled with the fact that Greywolf’s SEO blog was hacked, I was pretty keen […]

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