Last Week’s posts on from Feb 2009

Too many posts to handle? If you missed out on a great post from last month, here’s a quick digest of the top posts that you may want to check out:
  • Buying limited Distribution Content is Key
    Posted on Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 in learn - Comments: (1)
    How often have you purchased PLR for your blog? And do you understand that you are not the only person that has purchased that particular PLR pack (Ok I’m guessing that you do). This PLR option is extremely cost effective but the pitfalls are glaringly obvious, Duplicate Content. So if you are purchasing PLR packs then it’s a good idea to find quality content that has a limited distribution to keep the value of the material intact.
  • Changing over to Disqus Comment System
    Posted on Friday, February 20th, 2009 in blog - Comments: (2)
    Today I have taken the plunge and changed my commenting system from the default WordPress over to Disqus. What persuaded me to do this was the ability of Disqus to integrate more social elements for readers who comment on Web-Work At Home. In order to get the ball rolling I will have to backup my data for all my previous comments just in case I lose them with the changeover.
  • G-Lock Double Opt In for your Blog Newsletter
    Posted on Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 in email marketing - Comments: (1)
    I am interested in anybody who has used or is thinking of using the G-Lock Double Opt-In WordPress plugin. Some time ago I started a miniseries on newsletter creation, with posts on newsletter formats and choices between free and premium autorespondor services. I had various choices to choose from like Aweber or Get-Response and included Ebiz-Response my own autorespondor service. My main aim was to find a service or tool that was free to use but without all the advertisement links welded to the foot of every email.
  • Independent Internet-age freelancers
    Posted on Thursday, February 19th, 2009 in ChatWith - Comments: (0)
    A lot of people who are thinking of giving up their full time job to work at home are doing just that! “Thinking about it”. Many people from different backgrounds and locations have taken the plunge and committed themselves to earning a full time salary from home. I can understand why a lot of people are reluctant to go ahead what with all the economic uncertainties, pretty much every day you hear of another big company who has cut the working week.
  • Network with Web Work At Home on Technorati
    Posted on Saturday, February 21st, 2009 in traffic - Comments: (5)
    Since I advocate the sharing ideal with the likes of Do-Follow and CommentLuv I thought to myself why not include Technorati. Fave my blog and I will return the favor and fave your blog. Simple enough don’t you think?I decided to write this post after reading a similar article over at Peter Lee’s work at home blog which explained the finer points of faving somebody’s blog and widening your social networking.
  • Simple ways to increase your traffic
    Posted on Monday, February 16th, 2009 in traffic - Comments: (2)
    Getting traffic to your blog or website is without doubt the most important task that you can do for your websites.  When I got an e-mail from Leads Leap on this subject I quickly clicked through to join the discussion. Kenneth Loh, the site owner was explaining to his readers that you can implement a very easy tactic to increase your traffic.
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