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>Our top free Twitter resources (Part 1)

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Twitter in itself can be very overwhelming, and that?€™s without worrying what tools and resources you need to manage your account properly. So we?€™ve done the hard work for you and compiled a list of our favourites.

Twitter for Beginners

We?€™ve divided our list into two parts; this one for fledgling tweeters and one for fully-fledged users (keep an eagle eye out for more advanced tools in Part 2, coming soon), but it?€™s worth checking them both to make sure there?€™s nothing you miss.

1. Twitter?€™s Help Guide
If you?€™re just getting started, Twitter?€™s help guide is a great, if obvious, place to start. It?€™s clearly laid out and organised, so you can find the information you need quickly.

2. Top 10 Twitter Tips for Beginners
PC Mag?€™s succinct Top 10 Twitter Tips for Beginners also provides useful tips including how to shorten your URL , share pictures and tweet from your phone.

3. Twitter Glossary
Once you?€™ve set up your account, sent a few tweets and got some followers, it?€™s worth browsing the Twitter Glossary, or simply bookmarking it for when you come across unfamiliar terms. The Twitter Glossary also contains some interesting links to explain how certain features operate, so even seasoned tweeters can learn something new by going back to basics.

4. Twitter Backgrounds
Personalising your profile generates more interest, so don?€™t stick to the defaults. Google throws up a range of Twitter background websites for you to choose from, but we?€™ve picked out Twitr Backgrounds because there are lots of high-quality, free backgrounds to choose from and it?€™s easy to use. Simply select the background you like and enter your Twitter account details to set it automatically. Or, if you have time, it?€™s easy enough to create your own background and set it in your account.

5. Add Twitter to your website or Facebook account
Just follow the simple instructions here to display your tweets and help your website?€™s visitors find you quickly and easily. A word of warning: don?€™t display your Twitter feed on your website if you might go long periods without tweeting because it doesn?€™t give visitors a good impression.

6. Find your friends
It?€™s more than likely your friends have Twitter accounts. Using Facebook’s Twitter application, you can also find and manage your Facebook friends using Twitter.

7. Find other people to follow
Browse your favourite websites and keep a look out for their Twitter accounts, or have a quick search if you know the company or website name. You can also search for people via the We Follow directory, and add your own account so people can find you.

8. Keep track with Tweetdeck
Once you start to develop your follower base, it?€™s difficult to keep track of what?€™s going on with your Twitter timeline alone. Tweetdeck is a free desktop client with hundreds of of useful features, including support for Twitter lists, scheduled tweets, a spam button and support for Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Google Buzz and Foursquare…to name just a few. But don?€™t worry about getting to grips with it all ?€“ the learning curve is small as Tweetdeck is based around a clear, easy-to-use interface.

What now?

Now you?€™ve got all the basics down, you?€™re probably still asking some questions. How do I get more followers on Twitter? What advanced Twitter tools are available? How can I use Twitter to promote my website? Stay tuned for upcoming blog posts covering all this and more…

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>7 Tips on Blogging for Value

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Blogs are just as much about the reader as the author ?€“ if no one?€™s reading them, then they have no value outside SEO. So it?€™s essential to write with your reader in mind, and the best way to keep visitors coming back is to spark ideas, discussion and provide insight or knowledge of some kind. If you don?€™t already have a blog, you can take advantage of our WordPress hosting and one-click install (accessible via your eXtend control panel) to get up and running quickly.

We?€™ve put together a series of golden rules so you can ensure you?€™re blogging for value ?€“ and success!

1.    Make sure you have a clear idea of what your visitors are interested in by frequently using your site statistics (e.g. Google Analytics) and the information in the WordPress admin panel. You may well find that the posts with the highest number of comments may not share the highest number of views, so decide which is most important to you and work from there. Writing follow-up posts on popular topics is also a great way to boost reads.

Start by installing a statistics plugin such as WP Stats.

2.    Aim to tell your readers something they didn?€™t know before. There are lots of ways to do this, including offering advice, providing valuable links, collating useful resources and providing a fresh opinion on your chosen subject.

Check out SEOmoz for examples of value-adding posts.

3.    Stick to topics that you?€™re interested in and are relevant to your site content. There?€™s nothing worse than a half-hearted blog entry that serves no real purpose. Don?€™t write about something because you have to, write because you want to. Come across as interested, knowledgeable (or preferably both), and you?€™ll be adding value.

Find out more about how to write an interesting blog.

4.    Encourage discussion by taking the focus off yourself; make sure you refer to the reader directly and avoid overuse of ?€?I?€™. Remember visitors are reading for their own benefit, not yours! People like to voice their opinions and talk about their personal perspective, so present direct questions in your blog to make it easy for them.

Try 7 questions to get more reader engagement.

5.    Even if your ideas aren?€™t unique, make sure your view is.  If you’re stuck for ideas, one of the worst things to do is to browse similar blogs for inspiration as you’ll almost inevitably end up directly repeating the concept/content or excessively quoting from it. Instead search for simple blog ideas and brainstorm your own thoughts before settling down in front of a keyboard. It’s worth checking a few sites after to see what else is out there, but don’t do it beforehand.

Search for blog ideas quickly and easily via Google.

6.    Use social media sites such as Twitter to help analyse the value of your blog entries as well as a tool to get visitors to your posts. Take a look at the topics and links your followers are tweeting and retweeting to find out what phrases are used and what?€™s most likely to get passed on. A catchy or intriguing title always helps, particularly if it hints at a valuable blog post. Remember that the amount of retweets doesn?€™t necessarily signal page popularity as many users tend to automatically parrot things, so always back up your findings with site stats where possible.

Have a look at TweetMeMe and TweetCloud to see what?€™s popular.

7.    Avoid the hard sell. It might be tempting, but building a blog entry around a strong sales message will leave Google and your visitors shaking their heads in disgust. Rather than trying to mould content to fit your sales pitch, start with a valuable blog idea and focus on that, perhaps subtly referring to just one or two of your products or services where relevant.

Find out more about alternatives to hard selling here.

Blogs are an extremely important tool for presenting a personable aspect to your site and giving visitors a reason to come back, so always write with that in mind. Providing regular, valuable blog entries over time will help you to build your brand or personal site successfully and ensure respect across web communities.

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>How to Create a Sitemap with Google Feed Control

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One question I am asked often is how to create a sitemap, where posts are organized by category (label) and link directly to blog posts.

There are several ways this could be achieved, such as manually coding a sitemap, or using a service to generate the feeds for each individual label.

In this article, I’ll explain my favourite method for creating a sitemap/table of contents for Blogger blogs: using a modification of Google “Feed Control” to generate a sitemap automatically using the minimal amount of code.


Overview

Creating a sitemap using Google’s Feed Control is a relatively simple task. You need not know anything about JavaScript or HTML code in order to use this tutorial: so long as you’re able to copy and paste, this should be fairly easy to install!

The sitemap we will create will list all post titles from your blog, organized by their category/label on a post page. We can then link to this post page from elsewhere in the Blogger template, such as a link menu beneath the header, or a link list in the sidebar which details links to other important pages of your site.

Once complete, your sitemap will appear something like this, featuring the title of your label, followed by links to each post filed under this category:



You may also like to take a look at the sitemap I’ve created for Blogger Buster to see how this works in more detail.


Update – Easy install TOC/Sitemap Script for Blogger by Abu Farhan

Abu Farhan has created a very simple Table of Contents/Sitemap script for Blogger users which can be installed very quickly and easily.

This alternative script uses only two lines of code, and can easily be pasted into a post page (or even a sidebar widget if preferred). All we need to do is change the URL of our blog.

Once installed, this script automatically parses and displays each post under label headings and displays in alphabetical order. What’s more, the latest 10 posts from each category are highlighted with “New” so readers can easily notice the most recent posts.

Unlike my Google Feed Control script, this installation is not limited to 100 posts per category.

Be sure to take a look at this excellent script and installation instructions on Abu’s site as this is much easier to install and generated a very clean, organized sitemap with little effort.

Thank you for sharing your script, Abu!

How to create your sitemap with Google Feed Control

There are four main steps to creating a dynamic sitemap with Google Feed Control:

  1. Generate an API key from Google
  2. Add the template for your sitemap to a post page
  3. Paste in your API key
  4. Paste in the URLs for your label feeds

Let’s look at each step in detail.

Generate your API key

In order to use Google’s Feed Control, you’ll need to generate a unique API key for your blog.

This key will be unique to your particular blog, and may only be used on the domain you specify during sign-up. If you have multiple blogs and would like to install a sitemap on each blog, you’ll need to generate a new API key each time.

Your API key is provided free of charge, and enables you to utilize scripts which are hosted on Google servers (so we don’t need to upload and host these scripts elsewhere!).

So, first things first! Generate a Google AJAX API key for your site, and copy this long string to your clipboard (or your favourite text editor) for later use.

Paste the template for your sitemap into a post page

The next step to installing a sitemap is to paste the “template” on which your sitemap will be based into a post page.

Simply go to your Blogger dashboard and create a new post. Using the tabs at the top, switch over to the “Edit HTML” section of the post editor (if you do not usually use this function), then paste the following section of code into the content section:


? /**
?? * Suppress everything except for title
?? */
? #feedControl .gf-snippet,
? #feedControl .gf-author,
? #feedControl .gf-spacer,
? #feedControl .gf-relativePublishedDate {
??? display : none;
? }

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.google.com/jsapi?key=YOUR_API_KEY">

??? /*
??? *? How to use the Feed Control to grab, parse and display feeds.
??? */
???
??? google.load("feeds", "1");
???
??? function OnLoad() {
????? // Create a feed control
????? var feedControl = new google.feeds.FeedControl();
???
????? // Add blogger label feeds.
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");
??? ?
????? feedControl.setNumEntries(-1);
???
????? // Draw it.
????? feedControl.draw(document.getElementById("content"));
??? }
???
??? google.setOnLoadCallback(OnLoad);
???

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The section at the head of this code prevents the summary (usually printed by the Feed Control script) being displayed, so that only the linked title is displayed on the sitemap page.

You may notice I’ve also highlighted other sections in bold coloured text. These are the sections we need to edit for your particular blog, as outlined below.

Paste in your unique API key

In the code you have pasted in your post page, you need to replace “YOUR-API-KEY” with the unique API key you generated at the beginning of this tutorial.

It is easiest to have your API key copied to your clipboard; then highlight YOUR-API-KEY and key CTRL+V (or CMD+V) to paste the key instead of the phrase.

Paste in the URLs and titles for your Label Feed URLS

This step of the tutorial is a little more complex.

We need to paste the URLs of the label feeds we would like to use for the sitemap in place of YOUR-LABEL-FEED-URL, and replace TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL with an explanatory title for each relevant line of the Feed Control script.

Each line we need to edit looks like this in the script we have pasted into the post editor:

????? feedControl.addFeed("http://URL-OF-YOUR-LABEL-FEED?max-results=100", "TITLE-OF-YOUR-LABEL");

In total, I have used 10 lines (for 10 different labels) in the template script. If you require more, simply duplicate this line and add your label feed urls and titles as appropriate.

Similarly, lines may be deleted if you need to use less than 10 labels for your sitemap.

Your label feed URLs will be something like this:

http://your-blog.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/-/LABEL-NAME
or
http://www.yourblog.com/feeds/posts/-/LABEL-NAME

where LABEL-NAME is the name of the label you are using in your blog.

We also need to include the variable “?max-results=100” at the end of the label feed URL to ensure the maximum 100 posts from each label will be displayed. Otherwise, only the first 25 posts will display in our sitemap.

For example, the URL I use to display all posts filed under the Gadgets label is

http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/-/Gadgets?max-results=100

If any of your labels include spaces, you must replace the spaces with %20 instead.

Here’s another example, using my Customize your Blogger Template label:

http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/-/Customize%20your%20Blogger%20Template

Finally, the URLs of your label feeds are case sensitive. If you use any capital letters in the names of your Blogger labels, you will need to match these in the label feed URLS.

The LABEL-NAME element of each line is where you need to type the name/title of the label feed. This aspect is not case sensitive, since it is not generated by your label feeds. If you like, you can use a title which is not the same as the label feed to offer a more explanatory title for your readers.

Here is how I have coded the sitemap for Blogger Buster:


? /**
?? * Suppress everything except for title
?? */
? #feedControl .gf-snippet,.gf-author,.gf-spacer,.gf-relativePublishedDate {
??? display : none;
? }



??? /*
??? *? How to use the Feed Control to grab, parse and display feeds.
??? */
???
??? google.load(“feeds”, “1”);
???
??? function OnLoad() {
????? // Create a feed control
????? var feedControl = new google.feeds.FeedControl();
???
????? // Add blogger label feeds.
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Customize%20your%20Blogger%20Template?max-results=100&#8221;, “Customize your Blogger Template”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Customize%20your%20Blogger%20Template?start-index=101&max-results=100&#8221;, “Customize your Blogger Template (Part 2)”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Blogger%20News%20and%20Issues?max-results=100&#8221;, “Blogger News and Issues”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Gadgets?max-results=100&#8221;, “Gadgets”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Free%20Blogger%20Templates?max-results=100&#8221;, “Free Blogger Templates”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Resources?max-results=100&#8221;, “Resources”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Custom%20Domains?max-results=100&#8221;, “Custom Domains”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Images%20Icons%20and%20Badges?max-results=100&#8221;, “Images and Icons”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Labels%20Categories%20and%20Tags?max-results=100&#8221;, “Labels, Categories and Tags”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Monetize%20Your%20Blog?max-results=100&#8221;, “Monetize Your Blog”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/RSS%20Feeds%20and%20Syndication?max-results=100&#8221;, “RSS Feeds and Syndication”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/SEO%20and%20Blog%20Traffic?max-results=100&#8221;, “SEO and Blog Traffic”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Blogger%20Template%20Resources?max-results=100&#8221;, “Template Resources”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Announcements?max-results=100&#8221;, “Blogger Buster Announcements”);
????? feedControl.setNumEntries(-1);
???
????? // Draw it.
????? feedControl.draw(document.getElementById(“content”));
??? }
???
??? google.setOnLoadCallback(OnLoad);
???


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Once you have finished adding the Label feed URLs and titles to your Sitemap post, you can publish your post and enjoy using your new Blogger sitemap!

Troubleshooting your FeedControl Sitemap

Here are a few issues which you may encounter when installing your sitemap:

The sitemap takes ages to load!
This may happen if you use a large number of labels in your sitemap. Few label feeds will load quickly, while many will take a long time to load.

If this is of particular issue, try to reduce the number of labels/feeds in your sitemap.

The sitemap does not display!
If the sitemap does not load at all, this may be due to an error when pasting the initial template code, your API key or a label feed.

The best advice would be to begin the installation again, making sure you use the Edit HTML mode of your post editor and are careful not to accidentally delete any other elements of the code.

You should also take care not to switch to “Compose” mode while editing your sitemap as this sometimes makes involuntary changes to HTML code which could corrupt the sitemap script.

Certain Labels do not display any posts
This may happen in cases where the URL of your label feed is not quite correct, for example, the title is not capitalized, or spaces are not replaced with %20.

In this case, edit your template and check the URL of the offending label feed carefully for any involuntary errors. Make changes as appropriate, and save your template.

I have more than 100 posts filed under a particular label. How can I display all posts?
Google’s Feed Control can only be used to display up to 100 posts from a particular feed. In order to display more results, we need to add a new feed variable, in which the start index is 101.

In the Blogger Buster sitemap, for example, I need to display more than 100 posts for the Customize your Blogger Template category. In the line after the first 100 results for this category, I paste a new line where the start index of the feed is the 101st post, like this:

????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Customize%20your%20Blogger%20Template?max-results=100&#8221;, “Customize your Blogger Template”);
????? feedControl.addFeed(“http://www.bloggerbuster.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Customize%20your%20Blogger%20Template?start-index=101&max-results=100″, “Customize your Blogger Template (Part 2)“);

If your label includes more than 200 posts, you can add a third variable where the start index is 201, and so on.

Adding extra content, and styling your sitemap

It is possible to add extra content to your sitemap page, for example, a explanatory paragraph or links to other important pages of your template.

Ideally, you should add this content while editing your sitemap in Edit HTML mode. Be sure to add this content above or below your sitemap script to prevent any errors which would prevent the sitemap displaying properly.

If you would like to style elements of the sitemap, you can achieve this using CSS (either by adding to the section in the Sitemap script, or within the section of your Blogger template.

Here are the classes you can use for styling your sitemap:

  • #feedControl – the ID for the overall sitemap
  • .gf-title – the title of each label
  • .gf-author – the author of each post
  • .gf-relativePublishedDate – the published date displayed beneath each title


Final Thoughts

I hope this tutorial offers a comprehensive guide to using Google’s Feed Control to create a dynamic updating sitemap for your Blogger blog! I understand this is not a simple “one click install” sitemap, though as this sitemap updates automatically each time we create a new post, I find this is the easiest, most flexible option to use.

I would love to know of any simpler installations for this sitemap, so if you have written one (or have discovered a tutorial), please feel free to let us know in the comments.

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>Help! My Template Disappeared!

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As many of you may now realize, I’ve been on a somewhat lengthy hiatus…

Unfortunately in my?absence, one of my websites used for hosting older templates and related images has disappeared! This means that many of you currently using these templates now find them unusable, or downright ugly.

Luckily, I’ve managed to find an old backup CD which includes most of these templates and I’m now in the process of updating them.

Unfortunately, the backup CDs are mostly corrupted. I’m unable to access the images used for these files in order to update the templates.

The templates affected by this issue are:

  • Sunset
  • Girly Web 2.0
  • Magical – Now updated – see below
  • Sweet Dreams (all versions)
If by any chance any Blogger Buster readers still have the original Zip files or images (and would be willing to send these over) please do get in touch!
I’m truly truly sorry for those affected by this problem and will endeavor to do all I can to retrieve and update these older templates wherever possible.

I’ll update this post regularly with details of any templates I am able to update with links to the updated files. Please let me know if you’re experiencing issues with a template not listed here so I can attempt to resolve all problems as soon as possible

UPDATED FILES

2/2/2010 – Butterfly Template is now updated:

  • Images now hosted on Picasa
  • Template updated to support Blogger’s latest features, including comment avatars and post pages
Download updated Butterfly template from Google Code

3/2/2010 – Magical Template is now updated:

  • Images now hosted on Picasa
  • Template updated to support Blogger’s latest features
Download updated Magical template from Google Code

3/2/2010 – Sunset Template is now updated

  • Images now hosted on Picasa
  • Template updated to support Blogger’s latest features
Thanks to Switcher for sending over the original Zip files for the Magical and Sunset templates =]

Image credit: Alex E. Proimos, via Flickr

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>Fix for Bloggertube Slider!

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Hello guys, I hope you understand my lack of time to dedicate for the blog, but I do what I can and try to reply to all emails I get from you (unfortunatelly are too many and I can’t handle to reply to all of you).

The biggest problem that you have been reporting to me right now is that Bloggertube’s slider is not working anymore, but now I bring you way to fix it.

This afternoon I got a message on twitter from @crzyOrc telling me that he had managed to fix bloggertube by himself, which was a great thing because I didn’t really have time to look at it yet.

So pretty much what you have to do is replace the javascript files that used to be hosted at Google Code (unfortunatelly the links are not working anymore) for your own link, you can use any hosting service wanted.

Download the scripts from here:

easySlider1.7.js and galleryvideo1.js

Host them in your hosting services, it could be free ones (please google them) or private ones.

Then just replace the following links:

and

For your new hosted files.

I hope you guys are fine now.

Please if someone has trouble on doing this, please report on the comments, I am sure you will find a helpfull visitor of this blog to help you, please guys, be gentle and help each other!

Best Regards,

Dante Araujo

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>Doltar

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