The Future of Content Management Is Collaboration

Content management is becoming an increasingly popular part of technological advancement for the internet and for the people who will create, manage, and consume that content. Developers have long been exceeding in this area, but the future demands new collaboration features that have only recently been increasing with popularity. Who […] Read more…

The Blogosphere’s Impact on Academic Studies and Writings

The Blogosphere’s Impact on Academic Studies and Writings
Authors, professors, entrepreneurs, experts, and journalists use blogs these days to communicate with the world. However, have you ever imagined a blog being an origination of academic research? Never before have I considered this a possibility, but now I believe differently. Blogs & Information Blogs have brought about a huge […] Read more…

Dealing With Those Rowdy Commenters

Dealing With Those Rowdy Commenters
So, I will be the first to admit that I can garner a temper when someone mindlessly bashes something I write. I could let it all slide, and let things be said about me and my writing, but, then again, I should have the right to defend myself when someone […] Read more…

5 Great Tips for Optimizing Ad Revenue From PerformancingAds

5 Great Tips for Optimizing Ad Revenue From PerformancingAds
Have you signed up for PerformancingAds? If so, you are placing yourself in a position to generate revenue for your blog, and why shouldn’t you? There are many networks, affiliate programs, and solutions to handle advertising, but PerformancingAds is truly special. This is an advertising network created by bloggers for […] Read more…

Movable Type 4.2 Is one of the ‘most significant and important releases in Movable Type’s history’

Movable Type 4.2 Is one of the 'most significant and important releases in Movable Type's history'
The folks over at SixApart have recently announced what might be some of the biggest changes in Movable Type‘s history. It certainly is making noise throughout the blogosphere. This release marks a significant change to SixApart’s license agreement as well. This is another attempt to persuade WordPress users to make […] Read more…

FriendFeed: The Blogger’s New Best Friend and Marketing Tool?

FriendFeed: The Blogger's New Best Friend and Marketing Tool?
Twitter is great, don’t get me wrong, but FriendFeed is a whole new beast that has quickly established its importance to the blogosphere. My first reaction when playing around with FriendFeed was that it was a source of information overload to the extreme, and that was pretty much the case […] Read more…

A Few Keys to a Successful (Blogging) Career

When you aim for success, you must commit yourself to reach it. Success means different things to each individual, but, in general, we have a good idea of what success can lead to. If you want to reach success, you must realize that a big portion of getting there is […] Read more…

7 Simple Tips for Better Integration of Images Within Your Content

Images have become a common sight on blogs. This is because of the improvement of technology—mainly internet connections. Images, for many blogs, play an integral part of the content. Whether or not you use images on a regular basis is irrelevant, but when you do use them, it helps to […] Read more…

Picking A Good Title For Your Great New Blog

Apparently a lot of people are interested in starting a new blog because “blog titles” and “blog names” are two of the most popular search queries that lead to Performancing. I previously wrote about creating [link to article] great blog post headlines, but you should have a good name to […] Read more…

Three Bloggers Who You’d Love to Sit Down and Have Dinner With

The blogosphere has brought us some amazing bloggers who have been able to captivate readership that even some magazines and newspapers would be jealous of. There are your Scobles, Arringtons, Rileys, and Chows, but even more people are getting in on the action. People who were once nobodies are now […] Read more…