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What's Twingly? Twingly is a ping service and blog search engine that connects traditional media to the blogosphere. We give news media the possibility to link back to blog posts linking to their articles.
Although many users have gotten used to updating their blogs directly on the web, desktop blog editors have certain advantages, and it would be a shame not to try them out. We've gathered 10 free desktop blog editors for Windows; some are plugins, while others are full-featured standalone applications. Windows Live Writer Windows Live Writer comes from Microsoft and you will have that familiar feeling of working with an Office application while using this desktop blog editor.
This past week at SXSW, Google’s Matt Cutts talked about an upcoming “over-optimization” algorithm launch aimed at those who abuse search engine optimization. Rob Snell transcribed the session , which included these comments from Matt (I’ve updated this article to include fuller comments from the transcript): “The idea is basically to try and level the playing ground a little bit. So all those people who have sort of been doing, for lack of a better word, “over optimization” or “overly” doing their SEO, compared to the people who are just making great content and trying to make a fantastic site, we want to sort of make that playing field a little bit more level.
I wrote this piece for the Guardian’s Media Network on the role that RSS could play now that the social platforms are becoming more difficult to work with. GeoRSS, in particular, has a lot of potential given the mobile device explosion. I’m not suggesting necessarily that RSS is the answer, but it is something that a lot of people already understand and could help unify the discussion around sharing geotagged information feeds. This article titled “Mobilising the web of feeds” was written by Matt McAlister, for guardian.co.uk on Monday 10th September 2012 16.43 UTC
Updated on 07.02.2009 Since publishing my quick story How To Build Web 2.0 Site Using WordPress , which received close to 15k views (much appreciated) and quite a few email with requests for additional and perhaps more detailed information. So here we go …