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Why WordPress is the Best and RSS TooJames M. Helms

Thu, 20 Dec 2007 22:48:36 +0000

I couldn’t pass up this opportunity to pass on a blog to the wordpress readers that I just read. The blog posting was syndicated through Sphinn and talked highly about WordPress blogs. The Title was “7 Reasons Why WordPress is the Ultimate SEO Tool”. I am not going to reiterate a thing but if you […]

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Internet Gold RushJames M. Helms

Thu, 20 Dec 2007 00:23:50 +0000

I recently watched a program on the California Gold Rush. It was a pretty long drawn out documentary but I couldn’t reach the remote and I didn’t seem to have any real good reasons to get up, so I watched the program. Back in 1849 (oh, the 49ers I get it), gold was thick and […]

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Google Updates New Analytics PlatformJames M. Helms

Fri, 14 Dec 2007 23:55:12 +0000

You may be interested in hearing that Google has released new features with their latest free Analytics package. Back in October Google announced that the new version of its tracking code “ga” will be updating with new features. In October it sounded great but today it is actually here. On November 2nd Google Analytics (GA) […]

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Splashcast Gives Media Player FaceliftJames M. Helms

Thu, 30 Aug 2007 22:01:16 +0000

It’s true, the Splashcast player has a new look and a great feel. The old player had a lot of functionality but was lacking in a few areas.  Splashcast is a content player that you can embed on websites and blogs. You can subscribe to shows and the shows update automatically through RSS. Additionally, the […]

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Video Functionality By Splashcast MediaJames M. Helms

Sun, 22 Jul 2007 19:19:14 +0000

I would assume that many of you have not heard about Splashcast media.So I wanted to show you guys a simple example of what can be done while using their awesome player. Mixed media is possible with this unit. Documents, PowerPoint’s, photos, audio, rss, you can upload them all. Check it out. After clicking on […]

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Reader FeedbackJames M. Helms

Thu, 12 Jul 2007 16:43:56 +0000

Without a doubt the best part of blogging is getting feedback from readers. I look forward to reading the comments, emails, and surveys that I receive on a frequent basis. Just yesterday I posted a couple different polls on my website and look forward to seeing how well they are received. If you are interested […]

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Target Your Audience, Increase Your ReadershipJames M. Helms

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 23:23:50 +0000

Who are you targeting when you write your blog? Your blog should target a specific audience. If you don’t know your target then you may miss your mark. Consider this my second installment about generating traffic and a continuation of my previous post. To again preface my post I must say that all of my […]

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Drive Traffic to Your Blog/WebsiteJames M. Helms

Sun, 08 Jul 2007 00:51:26 +0000

I haven’t been blogging very long but I started blogging with a few different purposes in mind. One of those purposes is to practice techniques related to Guerilla Marketing. Matter of fact, most things that I have been doing on the Internet have been experiments in process and strategy. I would like to share some preliminary […]

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What’s up with RSS?James M. Helms

Sat, 30 Jun 2007 08:27:19 +0000

If you are like me, tech challenged, then RSS kind of snuck up and just appeared one day. Recently I was frustrated with my lack of understanding so I decided to do a little snooping. RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” which at face value is pretty ridiculous. If you have seen my website it may be […]

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Where is the Web Taking Us?James M. Helms

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 06:23:30 +0000

By now a great majority of internet users have heard the term Web 2.0. Some people even know what Web 2.0 is. If you haven’t quite figured it out run your cursor over this link read it if you want to. Let’s not get caught up on terms, instead we should be determining how technology can […]

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