I have been saving up some good articles I have recently read on the internet to share with you!

I have been saving up some good articles I have recently read on the internet to share with you…

Apparently according to Fashion Wire Daily Simple, Functional Accessories Reign Over Bling at the Circuit Accessories Trade Show in New York.

For me that is not the best of news since I don’t do simple so well, but I do have several Nostalgic Notions Necklaces that fit the bill and the whole Bow on Top Series would work. These necklaces pictured are by Laurel Denise.

I found this link on Cool Hunter claiming to be a list of the Top 100 Blogs about Making Money Online. If you run a blog that sells advertising or an online store you might click a few of the links I did.

The links got me to thinking about a few things with blogs. What are Technorati tags and can I use them on my Blogger Blog? Speaking of tags when I blog there is a space at the bottom for “labels”. Over on the right hand column you notice I have categories like Bead Bloggers, recipes, fashion, press and more. For instance this post will be listed as business in the label section and then put there. Am I using these labels wrong and really they are tags? Oh it’s so confusing. Why on some blogs like say for example Shelterrific at the end of each post there is automatically a way to use Ma.gnolia, Stumble Upon, Technorati, del.icio.us, dig, & spurl. Should I have these options on my blog? Can I have these options on my blog? How does one get these options on their blog.

I keep reading about a 17 year old girl named Ashley Qualls who runs a website called Whatever Life that makes My Space backgrounds. The girl made a million bucks doing it! Check out the story on People of the Web.

4 Responses to “I have been saving up some good articles I have recently read on the internet to share with you!”

  1. elisabeth

    Love your bow on top collection, especially the mona lisa and the vermeer! It would be cool to do some with cameos, or with those old blue madonnas that you find in French flea markets.

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