February 10, 2015
Why do you blog? Why did you start a blog in the first place?
You might have been an early adapter, with the idea of starting a blog purely for your own pleasure, but have reached the point where you want to make some money out of it. Or maybe you started a blog with monetization in mind from the get go.
Whichever the case may be, one critical element in creating a successful, profitable blog is to have a significant amount of traffic coming to your site every day. Not only that, you want the traffic to constantly grow from month to month.
With the proliferation of blogs today, it may not be that easy to garner as much traffic as you want; and unless you take certain steps to attract visitors – new and recurring – you probably won’t reach your goals.
One way to increase blog traffic is to create an events calendar. read more
Tags: calendar, Events, increase traffic, wordpress plugins
November 9, 2009
Happy Monday, folks! Well, after several rounds of beta testing, the first release candidate of Movable Type 5 is here. Lots of changes since the last beta, including:
- New Pico theme.
- Fixes for FastCGI bugs.
- Lots of improvements for backup and restore.
- A ton of bug fixes.
According to the schedule, there should be one more release candidate in mid-November, then a final release of 5.0 during the first week of December.
Besides the app itself, a lot of work is being done on the MT5 documentation. Beau Smith announced that the doc index and a page of recent updates is now available. Here’s hoping they have time to release a lot more documentation before MT5 ships. read more
Tags: beta, calendar, documentation, Melody, Movable Type, Movable Type Monday, upgrades
October 20, 2009
The online calendar service Flogs.com has announced the launch of its free iPhone and Facebook applications which make it easier to sync calendars on these platforms.
Although you could already sync an iCal calendar on your iPhone, the app adds a range of functionality including the ability to search for local events based on GPS location and then add them to a calendar.
For Facebook users, it’s now easier to share Flogs and events with friends.
These two additions increase the wide number of services and platforms that Flogs.com calendars can be synced with.
Tags: calendar, Facebook, flogs.com, iPhone