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Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Hong Kong Time Lapse

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup and a time lapse video set in Hong Kong.

The Resources Mashup

Here are some of the best articles I have stumbled upon and retweeted on @kikolani this week.

Blogging / Writing

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup and a time lapse video set in Hong Kong.

The Resources Mashup

Here are some of the best articles I have stumbled upon and retweeted on @kikolani this week.

Blogging / Writing

Business / Career / Finance

Facebook

Infographics / Inspiration

Making Money Online

Personal Development / Self Improvement

Photography / Digital Art

Search Engines / SEO / Traffic

Social Media

Social Networks

Software / Security / Tech

  • 8 best Android apps for health
  • 39 Android apps you should try
  • SEO for iPhone app
  • 5 great ways to find music for your mood
  • The evils of URL shorteners
  • Twitter

    WordPress

    Hong Kong Time Lapse

    Hong Kong Time Lords from Euan Preston.

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    By Kristi Hines

    Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, professional blogger, and ghostwriter who specializes in business and marketing topics.

    24 replies on “Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Hong Kong Time Lapse”

    I read the post about blog comments immidiately cause I am getting a ton of spam messages lately. Not people trying to promote their blog by leaving a useful comment but just plain automated spam.

    Didn’t really get the issue with comments and SEO… I always thought comments are fantastic for SEO cause every comment is more content for that page. Relevant content. Spiders love content, fresh content.

    The date thing he was holding against comments sounded more like a crazy person speaking sry but that is what I think about it.

    Thanks for another great mashup!
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    It is amazing how prevalent plagiarism is. I was checking one of my clients work the other day and found he had added a huge article to his site. So, I of course checked to see if it had gotten indexed yet. Of course, I found someone almost immediately that had scraped him, but after a little more poking around, I found that it wasn’t even original in the first place. We are going to have to have a sit down and discuss duplicate content and plagiarism next week…
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    Another great resources mashup! I was intrigued with 10 reasons to delete your facebook account, the reasons make sense but I will not delete my fb account just yet. I again enjoyed your photography/digital art mashup.

    Just wanted to thank you for that “blog comments are not roadkill” article – it was very well-reasoned and has been bookmarked. There’s a few bloggers I’ve known who’ve shut off comments, and wondered why I found that outright insulting to me. Granted, the few I’ve known who’ve done this aren’t the most adept socially, but given the fact there’s a line of argument saying that shutting down comments is reasonable, well I’ll just say it helps to have an article around that turns that argument into mulch.
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