SOB Business Cafe 01-25-08

SB Cafe

Welcome to the SOB Cafe

We offer the best in thinking–articles on the business of blogging written by the Successful and Outstanding Bloggers of Successful Blog. Click on the titles to enjoy each selection.

The Specials this Week are

Copyblogger is sharing the changes he sees in the blogosphere.
And yet, we’re barely into the new year and I have repeatedly bumped up against old school bloggers who are still spouting the same dogma from circa 2004.


David Airey is sharing a powerful technique for stopping theft.
Lately I’ve been finding more and more bloggers lifting images directly from my server and using them on their own blogs / websites. Not only is this stealing, but it’s also using up the bandwidth you’re paying your web host for.


Director Tom is sharing secret sins — seems like more than corporate video clients face these.
This post will take a brief look at the five temptations from the perspective of a potential corporate video client.


Blogging Sueblimely is sharing the mysteries of a tag.
When discussing accessibility techniques in blogs, I mentioned the importance of using the “alt” attribute. Here I am going to define it further, show you the positive aspects of using “alt” and how to use it to its best advantage.


Freelance Writing Gigs is sharing the haunts of great subjects.
When I first began writing I used to dread interviewing anecdotal and expert sources. Not because I didn’t like the interview process, but because I had no idea where to find interview subjects.


Related ala carte selections include

Michale Sync is sharing the strangest things.
I started collecting the list of strangest websites on the net since last year. Now, I have quite a few links in my bookmark and decided to share them with you all today.


Sit back. Enjoy your read. Nachos and drinks will be right over. Stay as long as you like. No tips required. Comments appreciated.

–ME “Liz” Strauss

Comments

  1. says

    In true fashion, my favorite of the list is the first (Copyblogger)! What I find interesting about this article is that:

    (1) he confirms what I preach that blogging cannot be cookie-cutter
    (2) he doesn’t necessarily give an answer, rather engages his audience to dialogue with him about it (how Liz of him!).
    (3) the comments are priceless!

    Great picks, Liz- I’ll take extra cheese on my nachos plxthx. :)

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