For online contest enthusiasts, the Optimized Cable Company is currently hosting the Messy Cable Contest. Just take a photo of your messiest cable or wire set up and send it to them and by the end of the contest, you might be the chosen grand prize winner and bag the $100 store credit.
Archives for July 2011
It’s again another week of the Techie She Lucky Blogger Weekly meme/giveaways and this week, our prize for the lucky blogger is $10 paypal credit sponsored by Lainy of Lainy’s Musings. If you can use the word “musing” in a blog post, then join the fun. Who know’s you might be the lucky blogger by the end of the week.
I have been tweaking my blogs GEORYL and this blog (although the blog wear was created by Grace in Creative Life) for quite some time now and recently a friend of mine (and namesake too) requested for a little tweaking of her blog design. Thanks Shengkay for giving me the chance to work on your blog. Hope you like it.
It happens! The enthusiasm just runs out, creative juices dry up and you just dread thinking of writing another blog post or doing another round of bloghopping. Bloggers burnout is just like a writer’s block although the latter is more on losing the ability to produce new work while the former is not just losing the ability but dreading the task of writing new posts, doing blog hopping rounds and other matters related to blogging.
When the week 7 linky officially closed earlier this week, I was happy to find out that 18 bloggers again joined the weekly giveaways. Hope you enjoyed writing about our word of the week challenge which was “SUCCESS”. Many thanks for joining in the week 7 of the weekly giveaways, I really appreciate your support!
Week 8 of the Techie She Lucky Blogger Weekly Giveaways is up. This week’s prize to the lucky blogging meme participant is one year free blog hosting sponsored by Dens Online (which happens to be my mother’s blog). The challenge word of the week that you should use on your blog post is “ONLINE“. Easy, right?
One of the ways to optimize the images that you use for your blog posts or on your widget is by using alt text. The alt attribute, according to W3Schools “provides alternative information for an image if a user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the src attribute, or if the user uses a screen reader)“. Read more to know why alt helps in SEP, how to include it in images and some guidelines for the alt text.