The Echo, which is published every week, comprises of mentions (no specific number) from the several blogs and websites I have visited during the course of the week and also some other information that are equally interesting for my readers. This week, I have a special mention, which you can all find below, right after the featured posts.
Again, in no particular order:
7 Reasons Why Google AdSense Sucks: Chad Randall’s guest post on John Chow’s blog. Interesting post about trying to convince Google to disclose what percentage of your revenue they keep and force them to pay out all monies owed to small site owners.
Post Titles, Page Titles & Title Elements – Why POSH matters: Have you heard that WordPress gives 85% SEO, right out of the box? Do you believe that? What’s the answer?
Bloggers With Authority Are Made For Success: Typhoon tells us about the 3 basic principles of being a blogger with authority.
Ethics in the World of Affiliate Marketing: Nicholas Cardot has beat me to writing this post about why he only endorses products or services he can believe in:)
$1,500 Thanksgiving Giveaway: Jaypee has gone wild this week by deciding to thank all his supporters 1.500 times.
10 flu-fighting foods: Buried in the controversy over whether to get the H1N1 vaccination (or even where to find one), Dave Grotto, reveals 10 foods that provide top doses of the vitamins and nutrients you need to protect and defend against illness.
How to add Hundreds of Subscribers to your FeedBurner Stats in one day?: Good post for those who want to increase their RSS readers in a flash.
Sunday Smash Blogging Tips, Contests, Google and Pictures: ExtremeJohn’s weekly roundup. Just keeps getting better..
Real work-at-home jobs: Computers and high-speed Internet access mean new, better-paying choices for people who want the flexibility and convenience of careers that don’t require an office-building cubicle.
Sampaguita, owner and author of Home Affiliate, due to personal reason has decided to sell her blog. While our work is priceless, Sampaguita is more concerned about someone actually continuing an effort which she has started. The amount she is asking is ridiculously cheap, compared to the quality content she has over there. If you or anyone you know might be interested, head over there and send her an email.
That’s it for this week. Let me know what you think?