New App For Bloggers To Write Without Complex Coding

A highly anticipated new iPad blogger app will be released later this month. DraftCraft(TM) will change the way that bloggers compose and post their work to most any platform without complex coding issues. Developed by the Ministry of Application(TM), a mobile app developer based in Russia, the DraftCraft blogger app works with WordPress, Blogger, LiveJournal,

Top 10 Blogging Mistakes

Research by IronMonk, a New York based social marketing agency, reveals the results of a study focusing on business blogging mistakes. The study’s results, called Top 10 Business Blogging Mistakes, highlights the importance of authority, relevance, consistency, and quantity to attract prospective clients and retain and nurture existing clients. The top 10 business blogging mistakes

WordPress Gained Prominence Among U.S. Government Agencies

WordPress is fast gaining prominence and we find its popularity growing exponentially.WordPress is not just limited to the personal blogs anymore. The content management platform is so powerful that it has already begun serving multiple functionalities for many of the individuals, organizations, businesses and even the governments across the globe. WordPress is now the backbone

Backpackers and Budget Travelers Should Rely On Micro-Blogging

The backpackers and budget travelers can easily rely on each  other for travel information, tips and advice (“knowledge”) through an  online, open-collaboration guidebook written by its members. Through the use of “micro-blogging” technology, travelers can upload  snippets of knowledge about the places they visit. Knowledge is anything  a future traveler might need to know, such as

Women Who Blog are the Most Actively Engaged Social Media Participants

Women are nearly twice as likely to use blogs than social networking sites as a source of information (64%), advice and recommendations (43%) and opinion-sharing (55%), while they are 50 percent more likely to turn to social networking sites as a means of keeping in touch with friends and family (75%), BlogHer announced today. The

Scientists Attempt Blog Mining

Technically speaking computers and search engine robots and crawlers cannot read and understand the words in blogs. However, scientists have started working in this direction and planning to perform “blog-mining” for “immediate information about every aspect of our lives and see in to out very souls”. The Economist reports that, as part of efforts to