I’m sitting here visiting the latest submissions on Blog Engage and I must admit I’m rather disappointed in what I’m seeing. I see many familiar faces and as normal each member has 2 – 5 votes as their content was only recently submitted. As I continue down the page I see some more familiar faces with tons more votes than the majority of other members in the community. The first thing that comes to mind is why these members don’t vote and engage with other Blog Engage members but only their selves? To me this is greedy and not what Blog Engage is about.
In mid-September protesters began peacefully occupying Liberty Square in Manhattan’s Financial District to expose the unfair role corporations have in shaping the global economy. Protesters call themselves the 99%, because 1% of America’s population controls the great majority of the nation’s money. But who are the 99%? Are all of the protesters liberal activists who disagree with capitalism? No, not at all. Many protesters are normal citizens. They too are upset about the overwhelming corporate influence and are ready for a change.
I’m very happy to announce Blog Engage is working with Create Style to redesign the entire Blog Engage website from the Main Site, Community Blog and Blog Forums. We have already started with the home page PSD and it’s coming along nicely. We are working on bringing the entire theme together better for easier use for you the end user. As you know I’ve been managing Blog Engage for 4 years now and I will be making sure all the elements we have come to know and love will still be here.
I was doing my keyword analysis in Market Samurai, when I just noticed that rank update has bring a different number for the page rank of Makewebworld. Good thing is that the number is higher than the last time.
Let's be honest. Some blog posts just leaves a bad taste in your mouth. In this short series, I'm gonna look at soem persdonal examples that just makes me think 'You can do better than that, can't you?' Or, 'I thought this is beneath you...'.
According to The Boston Globe and their online blog, Ms. Filipovic packed a sex toy (a $15 bullet vibe from Babeland) in her checked bag. She explained that she packed the item rather than bring it on the plane in her carry on so as to cause any undo embarrassment.