Setting up a Weebly Blog

Weebly is another Web 2.0 site presented by the 30 Day Challenge to build links to your main WordPress blog. Weebly is similar to Squidoo, HubPages and Tumblr. However, it is a bit more focused on building a complete website with multiple pages.

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How To Setup A Tumblelog

The third Web 2.0 property that will be used to leverage blogs created by 30 Day Challengers is Tumblr. Tumblr is a blogging site. To create a Tumblr blog, go to http://www.tumblr.com/. When signing up, you’ll need to add an email address, password and URL. The URL should be your keyword phrase.

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How to Create A HubPage

HubPages is the second Web 2.0 property that will be used to leverage blogs created by 30 Day Challengers. To create a HubPage, go to http://hubpages.com/user/new/ to create an account and begin creating your hub.

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Day 20 of the 30 Day Challenge focused on ethical social bookmarking. At the outset, Ed Dale established that social bookmarking and social posting are analogous to a bank account. When you bookmark someone else’s content (which should be something you genuinely like) you are making a deposit. Then, when you bookmark your own content, you make a withdrawal. And there’s nothing wrong with bookmarking your own content. Many professional bloggers socially bookmark their articles.

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Days 18 & 19 of the 30 Day Challenge were catchup days. However, Ed Dale, Rob Somerville and Dan Raines joined for a call to discuss Google ranking. It has been their experience that, once launched, sites rank within 24 hours to a week. For the 30 Day Challenge, 72 hours was the official expected ranking time.

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Day 17 of 30 Day Challenge – Unleash The Dragon

Unleash The DragonDay 17 of the 30 Day Challenge was led by Rob Somerville and focused on advertising a website to get indexed in Google and other search engines. The two tools to be used for this purpose are Social Poster and Ezine Articles.

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