Speedlink V14/2011, Blogging Contest, SEO, Site Speed, Twitter

Hi everyone! Hope you all had a great week. Unless I am mistaken, this week was kind of “slow”, primarily due to a series of problems some major sites were experiencing (Amazon’s EC2, Quora, Hootsuite, Reddit, etc.). Despite that, it did not stop anyone from pumping in great content as you will see in a while 🙂

On a side note, I would like to let you know about the guest posting contest that is now happening on Kiesha’s blog, WeBlogBetter. You should know by now that the benefits of participating in such events is a win/win situation for everyone involved and Kiesha’s contest is not going to be an exception, on the contrary. So, needless to say that the best course of action would be to head over there and find out more about this guest posting contest that will rock the sphere.

As usual, in no particular order:


Online Business/Blogging

Social Web/Twitter

WordPress Junkies Pop Of The Week

  • How to update WordPress manually via FTP
  • SEOPressor Review: Optimize Content For Search Engines
  • How To Create a Subscribe Box For Your WordPress Sidebar

How is Google helping Google Analytics users with site speed?

That’s it! Enjoy and have a great week ahead.


DiTesco is a Business and Inbound Marketing Consultant, and founder of iBlogzone.com. iBlogzone's main objective is to help startups and small business owners achieve success in their online ventures. | More About Me and my Digital Marketing Services in SP Brazil.

10 thoughts on “Speedlink V14/2011, Blogging Contest, SEO, Site Speed, Twitter

  • Hi DiTesco, I didn’t realize the guest post that Andy from CommentLuv did on my blog for updating WordPress manually was tops so well over on WPjunkies. Great to hear that. Thanks for posting another video from Matt Cutts and the rest of the great article links.

    • Hi Ileane. Andy’s post did make it to the top of the week :), and I hope he continues to post awesome “tutorials” like that one in the future. It helps! Thanks for stopping by

  • Wow, there’s a post of mine I never expected to make a list, thanks man!

    • Hi Dennis. Glad you got surprised, that was the idea, lol. People are going frenzy about guest post and I figured that your site is a great hub for those who might be interested. Naturally, they will have to abide by the rules of engagement 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

      • This post is me asking others if they want me to write for them…soon I will be posting on me accepting guest posts also. 😉

        • You are absolutely right Dennis, not sure what I was thinking that I had this the other way around when I was responding 🙂 Actually this was the reason I put it up here in the first place.. Oh well, my bad, sorry about that. While we are at it, it will be a pleasure if you find the time to write up something for me…

          • I’ll be in touch and thanks. Back-atcha if you wish to guest for me. 🙂

            Do me a favor? Comment on the post in commentluv…I like to keep everyone together so i don’t forget anyone.

  • You know why I love your speedlinking posts, Francisco?

    Because you mention me in them… 🙂 Nah, although it does help. 🙂

    Because they are so to the point. Who needs the blah-blah when we already have so many links to check out!


    • LOL, Ana.. And you know why I like to mention your posts on my Speedlinks? Because I am certain that you will stop by and say something about it, 🙂

      Really, because they are effective and add value, and that is what users need.

      Thanks for stopping by

  • As Amazon’s web services outage passed its third day, the debate on the future of cloud computing is under way. The outage is costing web sites such as Reddit and Quora considerable losses as users turn elsewhere to get their social media needs met.
    Amazon’s Elastic Cloud 2 service plays the host to thousands of major web sites that rely upon it to serve pages to users. And users rely upon these services to store their personal accounts and data remotely…

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