Posted on 30 November, 2008 By 20 Comments

(Anti) Social-Lists 11/30/08


WordPress, WordPress, WordPress. Oh, and a personality test for your blog and a SEO guide from Google.

  • 100 WordPress Tutorials from Beginning to Advanced Well, this is just what the title is telling you. If you want to learn more about WordPress, video tutorials have been collected into one central location.
  • Typealyzer This is like a personality test for your blog. Put in the URL and get the results back. I got

    ISTP-The Mechanics

    The independent and problem-solving type. They are especially attuned to the demands of the moment are masters of responding to challenges that arise spontaneously. They generally prefer to think things out for themselves and often avoid inter-personal conflicts.

    The Mechanics enjoy working together with other independent and highly skilled people and often like seek fun and action both in their work and personal life. They enjoy adventure and risk such as in driving race cars or working as policemen and firefighters.

    I found this link through kuanhoong’s blog.

  • 10 Myths of Blog Marketers Debunked The Inquisitr discusses 10 myths about blogging frequently told to us by blog marketers. Beware the snake oil salesman. I’m a little late on this article – it should have been included last week.
  • Google Releases Official Search Engine Optimization Guide This is a downloadable Search Engine Optiomization pdf from Google. Too bad I didn’t have this a couple of weeks ago. Let’s see if I can master google’s rules.

  • WordPress 2.7 Plugin Compatibility The ever growing list of plugins compatible with WordPress 2.7. Be sure to check this list before you upgrade.

  • Emails for Small Business with Constant Contact

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    20 Responses to “(Anti) Social-Lists 11/30/08”

    • You’re an early bird too, huh?

      Great links. I guess I didn’t make the cut again. Oh well, I’ll keep trying. :)

      Wesley´s last blog post –

    • @Wesley – Actually I schedule my posts. I was still sleeping when this was published.

    • Hi Kim,

      Once again, great resources for me to explore today. Thank you!

      And I post while I’m asleep quite a bit – as evidenced by the typos in my posts I generally find weeks after publication…

      Cheers – GO CHELSEA! Hehe


      Tumblemoose´s last blog post – Finding your writer’s voice

    • Hi Kim,,

      I’ve always said you’d make a great firefighter. ;-)

      I got ESTP. It said that I like soft fabrics, bright colors and sweet smells. I don’t know what about my black and dark blue blog made them think that about me. Maybe the white text? And does my blog smell sweetly?

      It said I live in the moment and am always at risk of exhausting myself…this thing REALLY does not know me.

      It did peg me right on here: “They enjoy work that makes them able to help other people in a concrete and visible way. They tend to avoid conflicts and rarely initiate confrontation – qualities that can make it hard for them in management positions.”

      Thanks for the link to the wordpress tutorials too. :-)

    • @George – Glad to supply your Sunday reading material :-)

      Sorry about Chelsea ;-)

      @Jim – LOL The last part if you but the first part isn’t. But it’s analyzing the content of your blog not your personality ;-) Maybe the sweet came from your article about food …?

    • LOL!! I am ESTJ – The Guardians!!
      haha… The organizing and efficient type ;)

      Chelsea lost :(

      Raju´s last blog post – Finer Points of Shared Web Hosting

    • LMAO Kim – I was the same as Raju – organising and efficient. I don’t know about organising but I’m definitely disorganised a lot of the time.

    • @Raju Well, the test says YOUR blog is organized and efficient, not you ;-)
      Thanks for finding me on twitter.

      @Cath Well, then you and your blog have different personalities ;-)

    • Well, once again I’ve got my reading cut out for me. Another great list!

      The Typealizer said my site was an INTJ – a scientist. First time I’ve been called that! A few excerpts:
      “The long-range thinking and individualistic type.” Individualist, surely.
      “The Scientists enjoy theoretical work that allows them to use their strong minds and bold creativity.” I do like the research side of my topic, and enjoy wading through research papers.
      “Since they tend to be so abstract and theoretical in their communication they often have a problem communicating their visions to other people” Yep. Do have a hard time translating it all into something people can actually read.
      “Since they are extremely good at concentrating they often have no trouble working alone.” I do enjoy working alone, and can concentrate for hours if my mental conditions let me.

      You didn’t say whether you agreed with Typealyzer’s assessment. Do you actually like driving race cars?

      Mike Nichols´s last blog post – Phobia Names: Why Can’t We Just Agree?

    • @Mike – You’re right, I didn’t :-) I agree with the first paragraph about being independent and that I like solving problems. I’m VERY independent. And we know I fixed the broken chair ;-) I don’t particularly like conflict but don’t seem to be very good at avoiding it. I think that’s because I’m independent and speak my mind when I disagree with something. Ask Jim – I was always on the s**t list of our manager because I was questioning her bizarre ways.

      The 2nd paragraph is completely wrong. I don’t care for action and am not that adventurous – unless it’s in a videogame. I despise cars and don’t drive. I wouldn’t want to be on the police force but think I would have enjoyed a career in law enforcement.

    • Yep, Kim was always on the sh*t list for daring to suggest new policies for our department that would make things easier and less chaotic.

      Jim´s last blog post – ‘The Super Mario Bros. Super Show’ – How Did I Ever Watch This?

    • I got this from Typealyzer:
      ISTJ – The Duty Fulfillers

      The responsible and hardworking type. They are especially attuned to the details of life and are careful about getting the facts right. Conservative by nature they are often reluctant to take any risks whatsoever.

      The Duty Fulfillers are happy to be let alone and to be able to work int heir own pace. They know what they have to do and how to do it.

      Thanks for the links! And You taught me to put the name of my site into the Name section in a comment. You did it on and I thought it was brilliant!

    • Hi Matt – Do you think the Duty Fulfillers is accurate?

      There is some controversy about posting your name like that. Some people like it. Others think that it’s a technique used by spammers. Personally, I think if the person is using their real name that there is no reason why they also shouldn’t include the name of their site. I started doing it recently but don’t always remember.

    • How neat, Typealyzer said my blog was ISTP. Whenever I take those personality tests I get INFP. I guess I blog differently than I write. It does sound a lot like me, but I’ve got the knack of seeing myself in everything. That’s why I am no longer allowed to poke around medical sites.

      Tracy´s last blog post – I am Learning the Social Web Media Networking 2.0

    • Hi Tracy – Thank you for visiting and commenting.

      I think the Typealyzer analyzes keywords found in the articles so it could be picking up terms that our very different from our personality.

    • I noticed that commentluv didn’t work with 2.7. Hopefully when it is released Andy will have that fixed. It’s going to take awhile to sort through all my plugins for the different blogs to see if their is any issues. Thanks for that link Kim.

      Sire´s last blog post – Being The Perfect Blog Host

    • @Sire – I’m sure he’s been working on it or the list isn’t completely up to date.

    • My blog personality type is…

      ISTJ – The Duty Fulfillers

      The responsible and hardworking type. They are especially attuned to the details of life and are careful about getting the facts right. Conservative by nature they are often reluctant to take any risks whatsoever.

      The Duty Fulfillers are happy to be let alone and to be able to work in their own pace. They know what they have to do and how to do it.

      Seems to fit me, except for the conservative by nature line. :)

      ~ Kristi

      Kikolani | Poetry, Photography, Blogging Tips´s last blog post – The Neighbor’s Calico Cat

    • @Kristi – From what I know of you that sounds almost just right – except for the conservative part. Did you take a break for the holiday? I haven’t seen you around too much recently :-)

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