I hope all you Marketing Pilgrims have a great Thanksgiving.
Hat-tip to the original Pilgrims.
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One annoying thing I’d noticed after switching to WordPress, was the increased time it took to load each page.
I’ve just installed the wp-cache plugin, and it’s very much helped to speed up the site. If you’re running WordPress without it, you might want to give it a shot. It effectively caches your pages and reduces the load time and server strain. You’ll also likely want to fix one minor bug with wp-cache, but it’s so easy to do, even a caveman can do it.
So with all that said, I’m now ready to be slashdotted or dugg. So if you could just help me out with a test, that would be great.
After a one-day trip to NYC yesterday, I’m now ready to head to PubCon Las Vegas. Blogging may be light for the remainder of the week.
If you’re at PubCon, please stop and say hi.
Update: Stuck at the airport! My flight was delayed and I now won’t get to Vegas until after 7pm. If you’re there, leave a comment with details of any parties tonight. Cheers!
Every blog has “sponsors” these days, but only Marketing Pilgrim brings you Pilgrim Partners. These are more than just companies that help pay the bills – although that helps – but great companies that we recommend our readers check out.
Here’s the current Pilgrim Partners:
She provides some interesting suggestions for article writing including:
Is the title captivating? Does it make your reader want to read the article? Does it use muscle words? Does the title reflect the content of the article? Article titles are as important as titles of Web pages, so please give them as much time and consideration.
She also points out why entrants should focus on appealing to the judges:
The judges have deliberated, the votes have been cast and we have the final winner of Marketing Pilgrimâ€™s Search Marketing Scholarship contest.
And the winner is (drum roll please)â€¦
Ben Wills with The Five Pillars of Social Media Marketing
Tell him what he’s won, Bob!…
Congratulations to Ben who received four votes from the nine judges and wins the $6,000 scholarship prize, which includesâ€¦
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