Computers Must Be Female.

Only a man could come up with this idea, I found it funny so decided to post it anyway.

Computers must be female.  No one but the creator understands their internal logic.  The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else.  The message “Bad command or file name” is about as informative as, “If you don’t know why I’m mad at you, then I’m certainly not going to tell you.”  Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory for later retrieval.  As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your paycheck on accessories for it.

 

My new theme…. Mystique

Ok guys, of those who are regular visitor will notice I’ve changed the theme to my blog. I have come from Greyzd to mystique by Digitalnature and I must say I am impressed.

I had been looking at this theme for a good few days and was seriously thinking about changing until a friend suggested it last night to me as well!

I love the fact that I can customize it to suit me, my moods and my content. The choice of theme options is generous too. As you can see I’ve chosen the sidebar-content-sidebar. This really feels like it’s my own blog and that i’ve built it myself. It’s all about me and what I want.

This is what Digitalnature had to say about their very own theme..

“Packed with six layout options, six color schemes, a spot for you to link to four popular social network profiles, and support for aside, image, and quote post formats, Mystique can meet the needs of many types of blogs. Further customize the design by adding a custom header and background.”

So, yes, I’m definitely sticking to this one for the time being.. hope you all enjoy the new look too.. 😛

Beginners guide on how to blog successfully!

When you try posting blogs and you do not have the number of readers you want, it does not seem to feel right. So, what you need is to learn some surefire tips how you can launch your blogs and make your readers follow them everyday.

Set up your account and offer them a warm welcome message by introducing yourself professionally and personally. Write about your fascinating features, passion and skills that you think might interest them. This is a way to connect and build a healthy relationship with your readers.

You should be available once you post your blogs. Do not post few blogs and then leave them after a few weeks. When you have your subscribers, give those updates and inform them of something they need to know. Do not dump your blog if you just feel like doing so, instead, you build a community with your blog.

Update your blogs regularly. It is not only for the benefit of your subscribers, but also for the search engine pagerank. Fresh updates will get a higher rank because search engine assumes it is not a very old link.

Give importance to your RSS and Subscriptions. A space for a link on your blog for an advertisement can be a way to make additional income. Do not forget the significance of your subscribers that can drive more traffic longer than any other method.

Build links by submitting to other websites. This can help you also gain higher pagerank by the search engines because they know your blogs is followed by the readers. There are several quality directories where you can submit your links and will send you traffic as well. Participate in forums and do not overlook your signature URL to leave. You can submit and post your links also in your profile on your social groups such as Facebook, Myspace and twitter.

Finally, enjoy the fun of writing and always maintain your blogs to be as motivating and useful as possible. Your objective opinions are important to your readers.

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Improve your blogging experience….

Improve Your Blogging Experiences– Some Ways To Keep People Coming Back To Your Blog Again And Again.

  1. Teach me how to do something.
  2. Entertain me.
  3. Stimulate me to think.
  4. Tell me a story.
  5. Present me with some interesting research results.
  6. Make me laugh.
  7. Review a product or service to help me make a decision.
  8. Tell me why and how something applies to me.
  9. Show me a case study of something you’ve (or someone else has) done.
  10. Make me feel like I’m not the only one who….
  11. Predict what will happen next.
  12. Collate what other people say about….
  13. Inspire me.
  14. Give me a project to go away and do.
  15. Give me a sense of belonging.
  16. Explain what something means.
  17. Summarize a topic or issue.
  18. Intrigue me.
  19. Introduce me to someone of interest.
  20. Tell me your opinion.
  21. Link to something that I need to see or read.
  22. Share something I can relate to.
  23. Provide me with a list of resources.
  24. Stimulate me to enter into a dialogue or debate.
  25. Give me a point of view that is different from the rest.
  26. Encourage me to keep going through something I’m finding tough.
  27. Keep me up to date with the latest news or developments in a field of interest.
  28. Guide me through a process.
  29. Solve a problem that I have.

What keeps you going back to others’ blogs?

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