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Getting pingbacks & trackbacks working with Disqus & WordPress. … previously a digital agency Hi.

Getting pingbacks & trackbacks working with Disqus & WordPress

You’re looking at this page because you’ve followed a link to a page on - this was previously the website of Fublo Ltd, a small digital agency in London that closed in August 2012. Fublo will close for business at the end of August. An updated home page is in the pipeline. Thanks to all clients and friends.— Fublo (@fublo) August 22, 2012 Previous work My name is James, and I was previously an owner and a director of Fublo. “Soon” I’ll write up the work that Mark, Oliver and I did for clients like Fallon London, Time Out and We Are Social. Now we’re each persuing different careers working on various sites, but still all based in London. Current work. Rufus – Créer vos clés USB bootable. Foxit Reader 5.1.4 Fr portable. NetworkTrafficView 1.25 Fr. PearlTrees – Classez, partagez et utilisez vos liens autrement. Pearltrees est un service gratuit en ligne, apparu en décembre 2009, qui permet à chacun d’organiser et partager ce qu’il aime dans internet.

PearlTrees – Classez, partagez et utilisez vos liens autrement

Pearltrees propose trois fonctionnalités principales : organiser ses marque-pages sous la forme de cartes thématiques (les pearltrees)se connecter à d’autres cartes et les inclure au sein de ses propres cartesfaire découvrir un domaine particulier à ses contacts en partageant ses cartes Concrètement, chaque page web correspond à une perle, qu’il est possible de déplacer et de classifier dans des dossiers baptisés pearltrees (« arbres de perles »). Chaque arbre peut être déplacé et déplié pour visualiser les perles, à la manière d’un répertoire.

Chaque perle de la carte qui se dessine peut ensuite être interconnectée avec les cartes d’autres utilisateurs via des perles communes. WizbangTech Trackback Pinger. With trackbacks. TrackBack Settings. How To Use Trackbacks In WordPress To Boost Your Blog’s Traffic. Successful blogging is a long term play.

How To Use Trackbacks In WordPress To Boost Your Blog’s Traffic

It is very unusual for a blog to attract any notable level of traffic in its first few months. The fact is, you need four things to produce a successful blog: Great contentMomentumConnectionsStellar Marketing If you are brand new to blogging, you could feasibly nail the first requirement – but the other three are likely to be more of a challenge. However, it is the serial bloggers who get things off the ground quickly, as they can utilize their network and prior experience. Having said that, there is still a lot to be said for momentum, and you can’t force that. You may be wondering where trackbacks come into this. 10 One-Click Ping Tools to Update Search Engines, RSS Trackers.

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10 One-Click Ping Tools to Update Search Engines, RSS Trackers

How can you update multiple search engines, RSS feed tracking services and blog directories about your latest blog article. There are many ping lists available and many pinging tools which can do this in one click. Advertisements Pinging lets dozens of services which specifically track and connect blogs to know you’ve updated so they can come check you out. I was using Pingomatic for several months, but maybe it has become so popular with bloggers, that it many times does not connect for me or works very slow. - Java - GPL. WordPress Trackback Tutorial. When used properly, trackbacks and pingbacks are an excellent way to build links and traffic to your blog, as well as building relationships with other bloggers.

WordPress Trackback Tutorial

TrackBack Manual. Table of Contents Movable Type's TrackBack system allows peer-to-peer communication and conversations between weblogs.

TrackBack Manual

Imagine that you write about a movie you just saw in an entry on your Movable Type-powered weblog. Another MT weblogger reads your entry, and wants to write an entry referencing your original post. He could just comment on your weblog, but he'd like to keep the post in his own database and host it on his site.

Trackbacks. Trackbacks are a way to notify legacy blog systems that you’ve linked to them.


If you link other WordPress blogs they’ll be notified automatically using pingbacks, no other action necessary. Think of trackbacks as the equivalent of acknowledgements and references at the end of an academic paper or chapter in a text book. Linkback. A linkback is a method for Web authors to obtain notifications when other authors link to one of their documents.


This enables authors to keep track of who is linking to, or referring to, their articles. The four methods (Refback, Trackback, Pingback and WebMention) differ in how they accomplish this task. "LinkBack" is the generalized term we use to reference three methods of communication between Websites.[1] Any of the four terms—Linkback, Trackback, Pingback, or (rarely) Refback—might also refer colloquially to items within a section upon the linked page that display the received notifications, usually along with a reciprocal link; Trackback is used most often for this purpose. Permalink. A permalink (portmanteau of permanent link) is a URL that points to a specific blog or forum entry after it has passed from the front page to the archives.


Because a permalink remains unchanged indefinitely, it is less susceptible to link rot. Most modern weblogging and content-syndication software systems support such links. Other types of websites use the term permanent links, but the term permalink is most common within the blogosphere. Permalinks are often simply rendered so as to be human-readable. Refback. Reblogging. Reblogging (or, in Twitter parlance, retweeting) is the mechanism in blogging which allows users to repost the content of another user's post with an indication that source is another user.


It was first developed by Jonah Peretti at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center's R&D program under the project 'Reblog' (from where the term originates) as an open-source tool for individually-run blogs.[1] Tumblr then built it into their social network for re-sharing posts within the network, and similar features ("Retweet" on Twitter, "Share" on Facebook) then followed. For a number of microblogging and social networking services, reblogging has become a means of both social bookmarking and user commentary; unlike social news services like Digg, Slashdot and Reddit, however, reblogging typically does not involve a centralized "front page" to which the highest-ranked post is appended.

History and comparison[edit] Reblog[edit] Tumblr[edit] In 2007, Tumblr, a blogging service and network, launched. Ping (blogging) A Ping Server may notify multiple services when pinged;[2] Search EnginesWebsite DirectoriesNews WebsitesAggregatorsFeed WebsitesAnd Many Others The technology was first introduced by Dave Winer to in October 2001.[3] Today, most blog authoring tools automatically ping one or more servers each time the blogger creates a new post or updates an old one. In addition to open ping servers, there are also proprietary ping servers that gather information only for their own applications. Pingback. Trackback.