Hello and welcome to the 147th edition of the Weekend Roundup! I’m doing my best to get back to my blogging rhythm and fight against procrastination which in my case, usually leads to writer’s block that’s why I’m starting by publishing this issue of the Weekend Roundup early. Hope you guys like reading and learning from the articles I’ve gathered and shared this week. Enjoy!
- The 5 Keys to Blog Usability
- 17 Powerful Ways to Overcome Procrastination
- Guest Blogging — Put Your Best Foot Forward
- 6 Useful Blog Proofreading Tips
- WordPress Takes SXSW 2012!
- 30,000 WordPress Blogs Infected to Distribute Rogue Antivirus Software
- WordCamps for Spring 2012
- Speed Up Your WordPress by Caching Custom Queries using Transients API
- Search Engine Users Dislike Personalized Search But Like the Results
- Maximizing Google Analytics Insight for SEO with Custom Reports
- How Internet Service Providers Affect SEO
- The New PageRank, Same as the Old PageRank?
- 21 Warning Signs You’re Becoming a Social Media Snob
- How Free Speech and Social Media Fit Together
- Pinterest Driving More Blog Traffic Than Twitter
- Why Social Media Monitoring is Like Fishing
- FBI Warns Congress of Terrorist Hacking
- The Dark Side of Facebook
- Apple Wins Patent For “iWallet”
- Have We Lost Our Privacy To the Internet?
- Sony Xperia S review
- DIY USB password generator
- Toshiba reveal Qosmio X870 gaming laptop
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Full Size Keyboard Dock Review
- PLDT rolls out the SME Nation TechMobile
- The New iPad 2012 vs. Apple iPad 2 : Technical Specifications Comparison
- Marshall Major and Minor Review
- Exciting Times for Local Startups
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