It’s been quite a while since I updated my blog, life keeps getting in the way. It was only today that I noticed that my visits has already reached more than 90,000 visitors. It is not much for most professional bloggers and SEO specialists, but for me it’s a milestone. For a blog that rarely gets updated, it is a surprise to know that people even read my blog.
You have no idea how proud I am to have reached this milestone in my PinoyTux Weblog. Just yesterday, PinoyTux reached 30,000 visitors since March 30, 2008.
I received an email today from EntreCard regarding the use of blog pages that contain EC widgets popularly called “Quick Drop Pages”.
Quoting EntreCard Team:
“This message is to inform you that effective July 1, 2008, Entrecard will be purging from its system the accounts of all members currently operating “Quick Drop Pages”. We have assembled a massive list of all quick drop pages, and starting on the above mentioned date, we are going to go through the entire list and close the accounts of all the owners.
To avoid having your account with Entrecard permanently removed, you must take down your quick drop page before July 1. If we open a quick drop page with your widget on it, your account will be removed from Entrecard without warning.
Why are Quick Drop Pages bad?
Quick drop pages devalue our network as a whole, by motivating members to drop on the same, quick loading pages, en masse to gain credits quickly and efficiently. Their traffic is going to these quick drop pages instead of being dispersed among quality blogs. It goes against the spirit of Entrecard, and is essentially a scheme to gain credits quickly.”
Remember my post about transferring my site to 3ix? It was the biggest mistake I ever made with respect to my blog. I remember bragging to my blogger friends how they provide chat support and how cheap their services are. But now I take back all those things I have bragged about because with 3ix, you get what you paid for – cheap hosting. read more
If you are looking for a reliable web hosting company for your company website or personal blog, you might have Googled your way into the jungle of online companies selling web hosting and domain registrations. There are so many providers to choose from and so many options are being offered, you ought to take note of every company you find and jot down their shared web site hosting options because not all web hosting companies are the same. But the real question here is, how do you separate the bad apples from the good ones?
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