Internet bandwidth can be a scarce commodity in the midst of a product launch, so “hotlinking” or having someone post one of your images, audio or video from their website, blog or forum can reduce your total available Internet bandwidth. Here are a couple of fixes for this issue.
Solution 1: Write to them
You could locate an email address or look up their domain whois information and contact them directly to remove the link to the file on your webhost. If they’re linking to copyrighted content, you might get your legal department to send them the appropriate legal response.
This generally takes some time.
Solution 2: Remove/Delete the file
If you remove the file from your server, the file they’re linking to will show up as a broken link (generally a “404 Error – File Not Found”). This means you’ll (more…)
If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you’d have heard of Technorati, the blog community site. They’ve recently revamped their stats and ranking system to factor in social factors. The net result? This blog has seen a jump in rankings, testament to the fact that social traffic strategies work.
Let’s look at the new stats panel:
Blog Authority is measured by the number of blogs that link to you, with each blog amount to a single ‘vote’ or count in the blog authority measure.
Blog Ranking, in this case a whoppling 5,196 means I am 5,195 places away from the top.
In the words of Technorati’s Dorion Carroll:
“Technorati Rank is calculated based on how far you are from the top. The blog with the hightest Technorati Authority is (more…)
Well, not exactly 200 years old, but the fledgling BumpZee affiliate marketing community launched by Scott Jangro has hit 200 members recently.
Here’s a snapshot of some member avatars:
I guess one might ask, “How’s listing yourself in the directory help generate more income?”