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We’re all interested in what others say about us. Especially when it’s about our work. Now if, like me, you act as your own PR team, discovering these snippets and citations rests solely on your shoulders. And in today’s business environment, it’s not just vanity. It’s a necessity.
Cue the ego search.
If the comment is relevant, does an ulterior motive matter?
Blogs, Mad about Design is a new book from maomao publications.
A few of the strange comments received that haven’t seen the light of day.
Your favourite design blog post from 2008.
Here we go with five more excellent comments from you, the people who help make this website what it is. For previous reader comment features see the ‘related articles’ section at the foot of the post.
Thank you for visiting, for reading, for commenting, for critiquing, for subscribing, for mentioning me elsewhere.
Whilst I spend a week or two recovering from hand ligament damage, and the joys of single digit typing, I want you to know that this blog of mine would be a much lonelier place without you.
Ask any designer if they’re 100% satisfied with their work, and whether openly admitted or not, there’s a very high chance of a negative response.
It’s a good idea to offer signposts every now and again, to aid deeper navigation.
Here are the WordPress plugins currently installed on my blog.
It’s no secret that you, the people who read my blog, are full of excellent ideas. The comments you leave add great value to my articles, and I’ve been told so on many occasions.
Therefore, I’m going to start highlighting comments along the way. Those that deserve extra attention. Here’s the first batch (more to follow soon).
People deal with people, which is why publishing a blog can do wonders for your business.
This is a web usability question that concerns you, the people who read my blog, and also those who author their own blogs / websites. It seems that some people actually get angry when a website takes control of their browser by opening a new tab, and of course that’s not what I want here.
50 graphic design blogs, authored by some very talented graphic designers. Enjoy the inspiration.
My humble blog is Scotland’s top entry into the Adage Power 150.
In celebration of my one year blog anniversary I’ve given away some fantastic prizes, kindly donated by a host of excellent blog authors.
If you show advertising on your website, this is something you need to know. I’ve just removed what little advertising there was on my blog.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of my graphic design blog, here’s a $4,000 prize giveaway.
Here’s a useful plugin that can help reduce spam comments left purely for that ‘followed link’.
Whether you publish a blog post three times per day, once every day, or even once per week, finding inspiration can prove troublesome. I’ve been able to keep a decent level of consistency up on my blog, posting on average every three days. I owe a lot to you, my readers.
Five questions related to design and blogs.
Today, with your help, I broke the 1,500 daily RSS readers barrier.
Having started my blog last October, it won’t be long before the one year anniversary. To celebrate, I’m running a graphic design / marketing / branding / SEO / blogging prize giveaway, with the aim of thanking each and every one of you for your valued contributions, subscriptions and site visits.
I recently contacted a few niche experts, asking if they could get involved and offer a prize. The result so far has been fantastic! You really don’t want to miss out on this one, and thank you so much to everyone giving their valuable time to help.
I use WordPress to power my website. One of the benefits is the number of plugins available.
Hopefully they’ll help you avoid making the same ones.
If you’re like me, you’ll be passionate about the subject you write about, caring less about any monetary gain and more about a genuine interest in the topic.
You’ll also want to cover the costs of your web hosting, and might place a few relevant ads across your site / blog (you can see how I do this in my right sidebar, under the ‘featured sites’ heading).