While I prefer to take my Saturdays completely away from my computer, Sundays usually include a little bit of work and a little surfing for fun time.
This Sunday, my leisurely surfing time was done by clicking Entrecards, dropping as I went. (Ick, that sounds a little vulgar, doesn’t it!?)
Here are my favorite finds from my crawl:
- Marketing Tools Review has this mother of all Adwords tips lists. If you can’t find even one tip in there to make your day, you’re a greater Adwords expert than I. (Well, that’s not saying much, really. But check it out anyway.)
- Telecommuting Diva offers her list of 4 warning signs of a Work at Home scam. I’ve met more than a few people taken in by these sorts of scams over the years. Reading a warning list like this might have helped a few of them. The rest have never listened to any good advice before in their lives. It’s not likely they’ll start now.
- Think Blogger experiments with Entrecard Chain Dropping with some interesting methodology and encouraging results. The carpal tunnel effect will slow him down before long, I’m sure, so the rest of us can catch up.
- Justin Khoury interviews Digg user msaleem. While it’s not the most probing interview I’ve ever seen, there are a few tips to pick up by reading this interview with Digg’s second most successful user.
- JTPratt discusses ways to track search engine rankings on your blog. I should take his advice. I am very bad at tracking my blogs, but heck, I’m still not even sure WHY I blog. I think you can tell from the Adsense placements here that it sure ain’t the revenue.
- Canucklehead reminds Entrecard users to step away from the computer now and then. Not sure what he’d say to those folks who blog in order to get away from their families. That’s not me. I think.
- And although I’m a godless heathen now, I was raised Christian enough to appreciate Church Jokes. “…the sermon topic will be “What is Hell?” Come early and listen to our choir practice.” See, I’m still laughing