ReviewMe Launches Marketplace
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ReviewMe Launches Marketplace

The pay per blog post market has always been cluttered with tons of options, but none of them provided a one stop shop solution. Because of this [ReviewMe](http://www.reviewme.com) launched a marketplace that allows advertisers to have more control while still giving the blogger full control of accepting or declining the review. With this modification ReviewMe is now more flexible to meet the needs of advertisers and bloggers.

The Reason Why Digg Removed That Story
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The Reason Why Digg Removed That Story

Many people have contacted me today wondering why Digg is censoring content, and wanting me to ‘expose’ it. Well, to be honest, the answer is that they had to, and they were right to do it. For those that don’t know what I’m talking about, a story that made it to the front-page of Digg earlier was removed from all views on the site and the url for the site where the content originated from has been blocked from being submitted to Digg.

How to Create Passionate Customers
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How to Create Passionate Customers

The other day I wrote a short post on [passionate customers](http://www.pronetadvertising.com/articles/how-passionate-are-your-customers2954.html) which was about a funny beer commercial. The problem with many online companies is that they don’t think about [creating passionate customers](http://headrush.typepad.com/) when they should be; so here are a few ways you can do so:

What Does Your Tag Cloud Say About You?
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What Does Your Tag Cloud Say About You?

It is incredibly important to focus your content to one field, niche, or industry and try to deviate from it as little as possible. The mark of a good blog is how consistently focused its content is, and a quick way to judge blogs in this respect is to look at their tag clouds (and if not available, just look at the list of categories).

Why The Digg Button Gets You Buried, Not Dugg
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Why The Digg Button Gets You Buried, Not Dugg

Having a ‘submit to Digg’ button on your site definitely increases the chances of one of your readers submitting your content to the site. However, while it is generally believed that having a Digg voting button on your site will increase the chances of your content being promoted to the front-page, some recent commentary has made me re-evaluate the situation.

The Blogosphere Is Standing Still
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The Blogosphere Is Standing Still

We were once made to believe that there will come a day when every man, woman, and child would own a blog. That the Blogosphere would keep expanding as long as the universe would be able to contain it. Well, unsurprisingly, it turns out that the previous statements are just hyperbole.

Increase Engagement in One Easy Step
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Increase Engagement in One Easy Step

Perhaps the hardest part of blogging is being able to engage your audience and get them to participate in the conversation. Being able to build a relationship with every new visitor that comes to your blog is an important step in getting your audience to take part in your discussions, and it has never been easier.