For those who aren’t aware, CopyBlogger is ranked somewhere around #7,000 on Alexa. Which means they are really big. And I shared the front page for a day last week!
So check out the link above for my first post at CopyBlogger. I say first because I was published again this week, this time on authority blogging, which was greeted even more warmly than my first! I will be continuing to blog for Brian, which I am very excited about. Keep an eye on CopyBlogger and all recaps here, of course, to catch up on what I write.
Along with that I’ve been published a few other places, and I’ve also put out another church site or two using WordPress.
- Make Your Church Logo a Flexible Logo – I really enjoy writing for Cory over on Church Communications Pro. In this one I talked about a few ways I try to keep church logos flexible, able to ebb and flow and welcome potential changes.
- Side by Side: The New ProBlogger – New stuff over at Wisdump. Darren Rowse launched a new site last week, and I did a once-over review of his work.
- The End of Personal Home Storage – An earlier post from last week at Wisdump, talking about how one day we won’t be purchasing personal hard drives.
- Guidelines for Delivering Church Announcements Effectively – Again, at Church Communications Pro I’m spouting off about some principles that guide the way we deliver announcements.
- XHTML Tags and Attributes Benefit Bloggers (Don’t Ignore Them!) - If you aren’t a code geek, this one may not interest you.
- Listed on “Resources” Page – A few of my posts from Theme Playground have been listed on Smart Wealthy Rich as resource links.
- Review What You’ve Written Regularly – A tip I would suggest for anyone who blogs on a regular basis and wants people to see more of their work. Published at Daily Blog Tips.
- Your Clients: Dealing with Drivers and Passengers – Only my second post over at Freelance Folder. I’m excited to provide more material for them in the future. Freelance is a great site for entrepreneurs or those working from home; I pick up good information there on a regular basis. Aside from my own posts of course; those are garbage.
- Headings and Structuring Your Pages – A boring semantic/code post. I’m actually kind of disappointed this post didn’t get a bit more feedback. Maks me think I’m alone when it comes to strict structure and standards. Are there any bloggers out there that still value it (aside from those who blog about it)?
- I revealed a redesign of Theme Playground last week. I’m happy with the results, and a post reviewing the two themes (Version 1 and Version 2) in depth is coming soon. Also, I’ve released the first design as a free WordPress theme.
- Launched a website for our Weekend of Celebration this past week. Kind of late in the game, but we have to start somewhere if we’re going to do sites like this for big events. Overall, I was happy with the results. Especially considering it was built with WordPress in less than two days!
- Another new one on the way. I’ll postpone the “announcement” until next week, though…