Monthly Archives: April 2008

RSS Subscribers Got Green Hunger?

Recent ups and downs in my RSS subscriber numbers are making me curious. I’m wondering if there is an unmet need for information that would help bloggers who combine “green” or cause marketing with the usual WordPress-and-content stuff. Early in … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.5.1 Adds Security and Bug Fixes

Whenever WordPress sends out notice that an update includes a security fix, I install it on my own blog right away, for two reasons. That phrase security fix I want to know how it acts on my blog, before I … Continue reading

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Mom Remodels WordPress

Yup. That’s me. Empty nest and all, I am forever “Mom.” ::waves to a certain grown one who sometimes reads this blog:: I, the Mom afore mentioned, mentioned in my 101 Day Round Up earlier this month that I was … Continue reading

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Free Beer? Not From Most Brochure Sites

Yesterday Cre8asite had a brief fling with free beer. I believe that the ability of a title tag and description tag to pull an unusual number of clicks in the SERPs is one of the most powerful parts of SEO. … Continue reading

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My Bouncing Baby Benchmarks

My measures of success are a little different than most blogs. Though I like traffic and subscribers, at least a little, at this point my priorities are more towards personal connection, enjoying writing and the occasional nerd post. I’m all … Continue reading

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Cre8Green: Small Steps for Big Causes

On Thursday last week I mentioned having a secret. By now you’ve probably figured out that my clue-comment about “cousin Cre8asite in the kitchen with the team” had something to do with cooking up the idea for Cre8Green Week. A … Continue reading

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I Have a Secret

I’m not ready to tell, yet. I will be, soon. Tempt me, and I will give clues!

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How to Have a Blast With a Crash

You know, life is fickle, or maybe it’s just me. All together now, “It’s just you, Elizabeth. It’s all on you. You’re the only one who hears the voices. Nobody understands. You are totally, uniquely, unintelligibly…” Heh. Ever had one … Continue reading

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A Preface to my Bouncing Baby Benchmarks

Question: What did I want from my 101 days? Answer: A sense of direction. An orientation beyond web design. Question: Why couldn’t I just pick some keywords to write about? Use that to form a bridge between my beloved web … Continue reading

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Questions for Readers, and a 101 Day Round-Up

I’m here with you and the spirit of WordPress, writing away on a gorgeous Spring weekend, to sum up a little of what’s gone on here over the last 101 days, and get reader feedback for some plans I’m cooking … Continue reading

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