Web 2.0 announcer just announced the release of the monetizer plugin for wordpress. The plugin can be used to display the top stories from social bookmarks – like Digg, netscape, delicious, etc. – for the tags you are interested in.
In addition to that web 2.0 announcer gives you 50% of the adsense advertisements, which is a good motivation to use the plugin 🙂
I would like to announce that webdigity has opened the tutorials section to non webdigity members, so it would be easier for everyone to get tutorials from them for free.
The webdigity tutorials, consist mostly of php tutorials and there are many code snippets there that you would pay to get them elsewhere.
Also there is an RSS feed for the tutorials which you can subscribe to, if you are interested in coding. Enjoy 🙂
Searching for the best keywords when you start promoting a web site (organic search or CPC) is a very hard task, but hopefully there are many tools out there which can help with the process.
Click here for a complete list of keyword suggestion toos 🙂
A new $100 logo design contest has just been started at webdigity, and thought to post it here as it may be interesting to many of our visitors.
Good luck with your submissions 🙂
I just found this cool wp theme, and thought to share it with you 😉
Running a web directory in our days is not the easiest thing to do, but still it is one of the easiest ways to make money online. If you run a web directory or you are thinking to start one, you should definitely read this article about running a web directory.
Before some time I was looking for a script that can grab any domain’s alexa ranking. This task looks easy so I guess there should be a free code snippet somewhere that deals with it. Well the funny thing is that it is not so easy to grab your rank programatically so I guess that is the reason that people sell such scripts for $10 – $30.
So as I don’t like paying for stuff like that I wrote a simple function that grabs any domain’s alexa rank and return it so you can use it in your apps. You can get the snippet from here :
It requires to be member of webdigity (free) but I guess it is better than paying for it. Right? 🙂