Blog Metrics 0.3: who’s the best linkbaiter?

With version 0.3 of the Blog Metrics plugin, I’m introducing quite a bit of new stuff: it calculates how many trackbacks you received on average per post, and does a better job of calculating comments. But that’s only a small part of what’s cool in it, the coolest part, is that it now generates stats…

More SEO Blog tips

Aaron & Giovanna have a nice write-up about SEO tips for your blog today, which is a whole lot broader then my WordPress SEO guide: The blogger’s guide to SEO. Check it out! (And while you’re at it, digg it!)

WordPress SEO – The beginner’s guide

Increase search engine traffic to your WordPress blog with one night’s work! Imagine having the search engine traffic to your blog increased by tens of percentages, or perhaps even doubling it, by just a few hours work. With putting just a bit of SEO effort into your WordPress you can increase your search engine traffic,…

Blog Metrics in WordPress

Avinash Kaushik has done an excellent post about blog metrics today, most of the stats he showed off, like unique visitors, pageviews, subscribers, etc. are ones I’ve been using for quite a while. There were two new “metrics” that I hadn’t used as much up till now, raw author contribution and conversation rate. Of course…

Updated my Google Analytics plugin to track AdSense clicks

Iwan Uswak from the Data Mining Blog requested that I added Aaron’s AdSense Google Analytics tracking to my Google Analytics for WordPress plugin. I emailed Aaron to ask if he had any objections to me doing that, and as expected his answer was “of course not.”. So I’ve just updated my plugin to version 2.0,…

Blogging from my phone!

I downloaded and installed Wphone yesterday, and am now trying it while I’m in the train home. I can say nothing but: wow! It’s amazingly simple, you specify that you want to use the mobile interface on login and it just plain works! Although this plugin was the result of an iPhone interface competition, it…

What’s the PageRank of your wp-admin dir?

Sometimes you’ve got these moments when you’re working on something, and you think “d0h”. I logged into the css3.info admin pages, to find that the /wp-admin/ page had become a PR6… So I decided to update my robots-meta plugin and add the possibility to nofollow the login/logout and admin/registration links, to prevent this from happening…

Update your robots-meta plugin!

You can now use the robots meta plugin to verify with Google Webmaster Tools and Yahoo! SiteExplorer as well, a great suggestion by Roy, I fixed some bugs next to that, so I’d advise you to upgrade! Note: make sure to deactivate and then activate the plugin. There’s a function that’s triggered on activation that…