Is CommentLuv Bad For SEO

I have noticed of late that a few bloggers have removed CommentLuv from their blogs. That’s fine except that it irks me a teensy weeny little bit when they do so for the wrong reasons. Especially when they post about it on their blog spreading the wrong information about a great plugin. I’ve read several posts that say that CommentLuv is bad for SEO! You don’t believe me, check out this post titled Goodbye CommentLiuv where the 5th point definitely states CommentLuv is bad for SEO. He’s not the only one that states this either.

Firstly, CommentLuv was not developed to be a SEO plugin as was stated by one of his commenters. Read the rest of this entry

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GetResponse Review

Before I get to my GetResponse review I have a few things I need to say. Last week I notified my subscribers that I would no longer be using MailChimp as my auto-responder of choice. I also included a link within the email for those who wanted to remain as one of my subscribers. A lot did but most didn’t. Not surprising when you consider that most subscribers never open an email. I suppose thats one of the reasons why they say you need a huge list to make money.

I could have imported all their names into GetResponse but that’s not how I roll.  :smoke_tb: I only want subscribers who want to be subscribed to me and maybe they won’t want to be because I’ve changed auto-responders. That may be stupid of me but I want to give them a choice. Now on to the GetResponse review.

GetResponse Review My New Auto-Responder

I’ve gone for the basic package which is $15 per month for 1000 subscribers. You may well ask why I’ve gone to GetRespone when MailChimp offers 1000 subscribers for free? Honestly, the main reason is because I finally decided to place my Quality Header Package with JVZoo. In order to do that I had to choose one of their auto-responders and I went with GetResponse.

 GetResponse Review Ease Of Use: When joining an auto-responder you want to join one Read the rest of this entry

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Blogging Green To Save The Environment

Before I get into this post I am going to anser a few questions that I know people are going to want to ask once they’ve read the post.
  • Do I use their service? No I do not but that’s only because I’ve only just discovered them.
  • Would I use their service? Definitely! In fact, the next blog I start, or if one of the hosts I currently use pisses me off, I will definitely host that / those blogs using GreenGeeks.
  • Am I an affiliate? Definitely! Why wouldn’t I be after discovering a site that offers people the chance to blog green thereby minimising their carbon imprint.
  • Are There Any Coupons? Yes, there is. I was fortunate enough to be able to secure a coupon for my readers which I have included at the end of the post.  :thumbup_ee:
OK! Now, on with the post.

English: "Stop Global Warming And Save Th...

English: "Stop Global Warming And Save The Trees" Organization's Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’m sure that most of you didn’t know that you could actually get green hosting for your blog or website? I know I was surprised when I happened across GreenGeeks who are said  to be the world’s #1 green web hosting site. I also know there are a lot of people out there arguing about whether or not global warming actually exists but global warming aside the one thing that people can’t deny is that we’re polluting this beautiful world of ours.

I truly believe that talking about pollution is far more tangible than the idea of global warming because it’s something that people can see. Anyone who lives in a major city can testify about the smog ridden impurities in the atmosphere. Anyone visiting from the country areas will testify how they notice the difference in the quality of the air. The trouble is unless we do something about it now, it will spread like a cancer until no matter where we go we’ll be breathing in air that has been infected with man’s pollutants.

We as individuals should be doing whatever we can to minimise that and having a green blog or website is just one of the ways we can go green. Apart from going green GreenGeeks has a lot of features to offer including;

  • Unlimited Web Space
  • Unlimited Bandwidth (Data Transfer)
  • Host Unlimited Domains on 1 Account
  • Unlimited E-mail Accounts
  • Unlimited MySQL Databases
  • FREE Domain Name for Life. This is great for those starting their first blog as it eliminates the yearly cost of renewing their domain.
  • FREE Site Migration
  • FREE Marketing Credits
  • FREE Web Site Builder + Templates

So, if you’re dissatisfied with your hosting, are looking for a host or simply want to do your bit by going green then perhaps you should consider joining the #1 Green Web Hosting site, GreenGeeks.

What’s that I hear, how can a web host be considered green? Well, firstly you need to know is that data centres, as this article shows, are becoming huge polluters, so much so that it’s said they’re going to overtake the airline industry! The GreenGeeks overcome this, partly by using the latest in technology but mostly by purchasing three times what they use from the grid in wind energy credits.

So, if you want to do your bit for the environment perhaps you’d consider using a green web host and using you can save thirty dollars by using the blogsire30 Green Geeks coupon.

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