Here are some of the best sellers I’ve written . . . on eHow, that is.
Best sellers on eHow means that an article gets a lot of page views. I try to write quality articles there that give helpful information on a number of Internet and Web Development topics, but I never know what will be a big hit. Here are some of my big hits.
On general topics
On CSS or HTML
On Free Web Building Tools
The bulbs stretched their heads above the ground, the trees bloomed, the grass took on a fresh green hue, and web geeks from around the world gathered in Austin for SXSW Interactive. Registration numbers were up by 25% at SXSWi, as the registration line pictured above suggests.
Amid all those distractions, here’s what I wrote on eHow in March.
I had an absolutely fabulous time at Web Directions North in Denver this month and got to meet and talk with some really interesting people. In this photo, you see Denver just waking up with the sun just touching the tops of the buildings.
Then I returned to reality and wrote some stuff ‘n things for eHow.
One of the gifts I received for Christmas was a jar with three tulip bulbs in water. They were sprouting by January and bloomed in a few days. This is the first day they opened, eventually all three bloomed. In addition to watching the flowers grow this January, I wrote these articles at eHow.
What’s popular here and what’s popular right now at eHow? It’s the big seven! First, the big traffic pullers on Web Teacher are:
And what is drawing interest on eHow these last few days? Those articles are: