web analytics

Resources

Subscribe

  • Subscribe

-Is Your Site ‘Mobile Friendly’?

Posted by | .

Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly.   Google’s Mobile Friendly Test site Here’s a link to Google’s test site to see if your website or blog is ‘mobile friendly.’ Enter your ‘URL’ and find out where you stand in a minute or less. Why It is Important According to Google, there are now more mobile devices […]

-Blocking Offensive ADs and Setting Up an ‘AD Disclaimer’

Posted by | .

This is for all of you bloggers who have woken up one morning and discovered an offensive ad generated by Google AdSense on your site. If this hasn’t happened to you then you are either new or you haven’t monetized your website with AdSense or something like it that generates ads on your site that […]

-Stop Wasting Your Reader’s Time

Posted by | .

       (Photo credit: owenwbrown) Copyblogger is one of the best and most informative blogs on the Internet. It’s a good place to turn for suggestions on improving one’s writing and blogging experience. Here’s an good article that explores some common blogging mistakes that end up wasting the valuable time of readers looking for good and […]

-Top Hosting Sites

Posted by | .

Ever wonder what the best host might be for your faith blog or ministry site. Here’s a list of the top 25 produced by Blogging.org based upon a poll of 5600 bloggers. For your info the #2 is BlueHost the one I use for all of my sites. Their service is terrific. I won’t tell […]

-Top 200 Ministry Blogs

Posted by | .

Here’s a link to ChurchRelevance’s List of “TOP 200 MINISTRY BLOGS” Note: The link above will always give you the latest rankings even if what we show below is obsolete. Here’s the Top Ten: 1. Between Two Worlds 2. Desiring God 3. DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed 4. Dr. Albert Mohler 5. Tim Challies 6. The […]

-Facebook Now Has a Billion Users Worldwide

Posted by | .

          (Image via CrunchBase) Facebook now has over a Billion users which includes nearly half of all those on the Internet worldwide.  According to a LA Times article Facebook execs are shooting for the rest: "We’re not a company that is just trying to add more people," said Chris Cox, Facebook’s vice president of product. […]

« Previous PageNext Page »