Written by:2010/02/03 07:56 PM
Welcome to the February 1, 2010 edition of carnival of blogging.
SVB presents Start an Online Business: Open an eBay Store, Build a Website or Blog posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"
TSW presents Online Tools For The Unintentional Entrepreneur posted at The Smarter Wallet.
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Victory In My Battle Against Feed Scraping Content Thief 4Comedy.com posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.
Outshined presents Going Overboard on Productivity? posted at personalwebguide.com, saying, "An article that I thought many new bloggers would find helpful. Often times they're so overly zealous to get the ball rolling that that the quality of their work suffers in the process."
Richard Shelmerdine presents Lessons From a Month of Meditation posted at Richard Shelmerdine.
Joe Manausa, MBA presents How To Subscribe To Your Favorite Real Estate Blogs posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, "Have you ever noticed that anytime you read a blog, there is a Subscription Button that encourages you to subscribe to it? Well, I have been questioned about this a few times and thought I’d write a post about how and why you should subscribe to the Tallahassee Real Estate Blog. Most people have not become comfortable with the subscription process and purpose, so this will be a simple “how and why” article to hopefully move you forward to being better organized in your reading and researching on the internet."
Fredric Cernick presents 50 Nurses on Twitter Worth a Follow posted at Online LPN to RN.
Andy Hayes presents The Good and Bad of Social Networking posted at Travel Online Partners (TOP), saying, "We all know how powerful social media can be for bloggers. But did we really think it could save lives?"
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