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My friend Stephen Waddington has collected the thoughts of some well known bloggers such as Richard Bailey, Heather Baker, Stuart Bruce, Judy Gombita, Neville Hobson, Chris Lake, Rich Leigh,Rachel Miller, Mat Morrison, Lee Odden, Dan Slee, Heather Yaxley, Philip Young, and myself. He wanted to see if blogging was still alive and well. Initially he had planned to write a blog post with all the […]

With the news today that Bluehost, HostGator and HostMonster are suffering major outages, I thought it would be timely to offer some advice on how to set up your blogging and email platforms for maximum redundancy. As blogging is now becoming a real business for many, your choice of blog host is now becoming mission […]

An interesting thing is happening to bloggers that are becoming more popular – we are being asked if we would accept articles on our site in return for payment. As someone who has been blogging since 1994 and is well known in the tech/social/mobile space, I’m getting nearly one of these every day – and […]

After reading so many stories about what is happening to FeedBurner (the RSS distribution service bought by Google in 2007), I have decided to say a final goodbye to the service. If you enjoyed this blog post you may like other related posts listed below under You may also like … To receive future posts […]

It is always interesting at this time of the year to look back and see what your audience was interested in over the past 12 months. Looking at the statistics for LondonCalling, we can see the top 10 posts for 2010 were 1. First look at the new Vodafone Sure Signal 2. Location Based Advertising […]

I met with Peter Sive, MD of Catalysis Communications last week and he shared with me an interesting story about his 14 year old daughter Alex that I thought was worth repeating. Apparently his daughter is into blogging about fashion and like me, she watches the statistics on the site closely to see what content […]