Some Links #2

It’s time once again to spread a little “link love” around

AjaxNinja is the blog and brainchild of Aaronontheweb , a senior at Vanderbilt. His blog has only been in operation a few months but he’s gained quite a good following by using social networking. His blog covers both technical and marketing web strategies. He would be a valuable asset to any company wanting to hire someone who could hit the ground running doing either front end web development and/or web marketing. Aaron, you’re welcome to put that on your resume if you like.

Michael Kwan, who occasionally guest blogs for the in-famous El Guapo, er, John Chow, has a pretty neat article on his blog called 5 Proven Methods to Beat Writer’s Block. Believe me, I need that kind of help for this site!

Here’s a blog I haven’t been to before but I’ve seen their comments around at other sites, Warrior Blog. He’s got some pretty good ideas there so I’m certainly going to read through his articles soon.

Another good and new-to-me blog I found this evening is Abstract Promotion. They’ve got several good articles of forum promotion and monetization. If you’re kicking off a forum it’s worth your while to pay them a visit.

That’s all for this time around. Remember that if you leave a comment on this blog with your blog in the URL line I’ll include a short review of your blog in my next Link post. If you would like me to do a full review of your blog, I’ll be glad to do one for free (unless it’s a splog or bad neighborhood), just ask.


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Comment by Steve M
2007-10-11 21:45:55

Thanks for the list, always good to get some recommendations of places to visit in the blogosphere.

Feel free to do a review of

Comment by jfc
2007-10-11 22:03:46

Thanks for stopping by Steve,

I’ll add a review of greengem to my list of articles to do.

Comment by Aaronontheweb
2007-10-11 22:59:07

Hehe thanks for the shout-out Frank. I may just put that on there. I’ve actually had Vanderbilt alums hunt me down and shoot me an email as a result of my blog. It’s a great self-promotional tool I suppose!

Comment by WarriorBlog
2007-10-12 20:30:12

Hey thanks for the support! You should let me know when you link to me ;-)

I usually link back to those who I know who link to me since I don’t check Technorati often.

Take care!

Comment by jfc
2007-10-12 21:51:52

Thanks for stopping by WarriorBlog

I’ll try to link to a specific article next time and do a pingback.

Comment by Nick Bakewell
2007-10-16 10:01:48

Thanks for the link! I’m glad I found the incoming link, there are a lot of good reads on this site.

Comment by jfc
2007-10-16 10:51:46

Thanks for dropping by Nick.

If you would like for me to do a full post free review of your site, let me know. I would be glad to do it.

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