Displaying Analog Clock on Blog..

Is was not too difficult to display an analog clock on your blog. Please browse this site, and choose an option : Clocks for your Web Sites. You may get for free the analog clock source code.

The next step is to change or customized clock parameter as you like; for example : clock mode, timezone, color; etc. Click your choice of clock mode for the first the follow by coloring; size and timezone.

After all, now you can copy the source code which will put on your blog widget (sidebar). Then please you do this following steps :

1. Log in to yout blog.
2. Click Lay out Tab; then Page Element Tab.
4. Add Gadget; Choose HTML/Java Script Widget.
5. Put you source code and Save.

You may choose HTML Source Code for Sidebar and Embed Source Code for diplaying analog clock in Post Content.

How to Write a Blog....

by: Jill
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Internet is rife with blogs (short for a web log) on every topic under the sun. From personal journal-type sites to music-review sites to fashion-criticism to political-commentary and everything between, you can find blogs on any subject you can think of.

Why are so many people blogging?
Blogging has gained immense popularity in the last couple of years, and thousands of new blogs are created each month. But why? Well, as technology evolves, so do we. The beauty of the Internet is not only the wealth of information it provides, but also the connectivity the access to the thoughts, feelings, opinions, pictures and videos of other people across the globe. Maybe it's because we're naturally voy

euristic, or maybe it's the innate human need to have a sense of community (we are social creatures, after all), but whatever the reason, blogging is wildly popular, and probably not going anywhere. In fact, as the news media declines in these tough economic times, bloggers are gaining more and more power in terms of taking on the role of opinion makers.

Why should you blog?

Blogging has a great number of benefits in fact, there are probably as many reasons to blog as there are types of blogs. Many people use blogs as an extension of their careers their blogs are forums by which their employees and/or clients can contact them and keep up with what's happening day to day. For others, a blog is an outlet for creativity. Writers, cooks, musicians, and designers are just a few of the types of people who can use a blog to share their passion with the world by posting poems, recipes, songs, general observations, event dates, photos and new projects. Some people use blogs simply to increase their web site ranking in the search engines, as regular updates help keep web sites relevant. And some people just want someone to talk to, so they talk to everyone via a personal-journal-type blog.

Where can you get a blog?
There a lots of free blogging sites to help you set up a blog and get started. Blogspot is a very simple one to use, and you can get set up and going in just a few minutes. But don't be fooled, just because everyone and their dog seems to have a blog these days doesn't mean blogging is easy. Successful blogs are relevant, topical, and regularly updated.

How do you get started?
If you want to start a blog, the most important thing to do is to choose a theme: what is your blog going to be about? Writing, painting, cooking, fashion, politics, sports? Try to narrow your focus to make creating content easier, a blog that's not narrowly-enough defined can cause problems when it's time to come up with something specific to write about. The most effective blogs tend to be those that are very specific in their subject matter, so don't just pick a topic, pick a niche within a topic. For example, if you're a trend-watcher, pick a specific area to focus on: new trends as seen where you live, for example. Or instead of starting a blog about sports, focus on one sport, or one state's various sport teams, or even just one team. The more narrowly you focus your topic, the easier it is to overcome writers block down the road, and to ultimately make your blog successful (that is, getting people, besides your mom, your co-workers and your spouse, to read it).

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Making Blog Comment Form more Friendly and Easier

You may want your blog articles commented by visitors, so you have to make more friendly and easier comment form. You can modify your blog by putting one line code that will display the comment form at the place as you like in your blog. I knew about this tip from some blogger who dont satisfy with default comment form. This tip only usable for other templates that are not default Blogger template (served by Blogger).

I applied this tip in this blog.. then the result as you can see.. the comment form displayed in main home page and article pages.

Please ...take attention for the following steps :
1. Make Login to your blog (blogger).
2. Click Layout.
3. Click Edit HTML.
4. Full Downlod first your template to avoid any mistake.
5. Make choice for Expand Template.
5. Please look for this code..:

around at below of post section :

6. Put this code below of above mentioned code (at No.5).

7. If you wish to display comment form at main home page, please look for this code

8. Put this code below of above mentioned code (at No.7).

Please make setting for comment look like the following :
- Comments : Show
- Who can comment? : Anyone
- Comment Form Placement : Embedded below post.
- Show word verification for comments : Yes.


Why Most Blogs Never Get Much Traffic..?

By: Ted Demopoulos

If you're famous, like Mick Jagger or Robert Scoble or Madonna, write it and they will come. You can write about anything you want, and lots of people will read it.
Unfortunately, you my friend are probably not famous, just like I'm not. If we write on whatever we find interesting and exciting, it's unlikely many other people will have matching interests.

Oh some may find your posts on the advances of bowling ball technology fascinating, but they probably won't care for your extensive coverage of laptop battery time extension techniques or any details of your belly button lint collection. And the belly button lint aficionados probably find bowling balls and batteries boring.
In other words, it's NOT about you - what you're interested in. No one cares about what you're interested in (unless you're famous), and very few people will have interests that parallel yours.

But wait, if it doesn't matter what you're interested in, what about all this stuff about "passion" and "passionate bloggers are successful bloggers" you keep hearing? How can you write passionately about something you're not interested in?
Well, you probably can't, but the solution is simple -- a one word answer:
FOCUS! I repeat, FOCUS!!
Write about ONE thing you are passionately interested in, maybe Nubian dwarf goat husbandry or American Civil War history or the evolution of belly button lint collections in museums. There are plenty of people, potential readers, for any ONE of those topics. Even belly button lint has 274,000 hits on Google, and yes there appear to be blogs on the topic too.
I'm writing about Web 2.0 stuff and how it affects business, things like blogging and podcasting etc. I'm NOT writing about fishing or Chinese cooking or biking or wine or many other things I'm passionate about, because it's not about me. And yeah, I should work about being more focused too . . .
But what about Robert Scoble? He's a blogger and his claim to fame is from blogging. Despite Robert being a great guy I read regularly he isn't very focused.
Well, you need to be and so do I if we care about traffic -- Robert is famous anf he started blogging in a simpler time when there was less competition.
And now I must leave you as I'm stranded in an airport and my laptop battery is almost dead. Fortunately I have the latest "Popular Nubian Dwarf Goat Husbandry" with me. Maybe I'll check my belly button too . . .

By: Ted Demopoulos

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