Monday, May 16, 2005

Latest on HypnoBlog

Today I created the infrastructure for  

Looking to advance the documented side of Hypnosis using the Blog format.  Offering Hypnosis Professionals a community where they can post, comment, interact and publish their web logs.   

I will start by offering those actively involved within the forum a free Blog site.  Those who have really joined into the conversation and are actively posting would be the best candidates.  Others who may come in from the HypnosisOnline web site links I will most likely require a set up fee of some kind.  This should act to keep out the rift raft (highly technical term for those who abuse free things).  You will find the link to the sign-up form on the home page

The great thing about this is that people can post thier own comments within their own Blog and then simply use links to point people to them within other forums and publications.  That and the fact that they can publish up to the many reader and indexing services that are now available for web logs.    

I have been toying with the idea of a yearly fee for the service but I am thinking instead to just keep a small section of the blog pages where we can run some ads for and it's sponsors.  I think this will be best in the long run and it will really get the project off the ground quickly. 

All of this automation is now possible with the powerful servers set up that we have through our web hosts  It also helps when you own the hosting company.  The software is an ASP program and the work of many people - see the credits page here.  

I found an excellent article on Blogs for those who want to know more about the technical side of things.  It is titled All About Blogs and RSS.  

Also I found this interesting article about being quoted as an authority by what you posted online somewhere.  It is a very interesting read: How to Know What's Being Said About You Online and Why You Need to Be Paranoid

Posted by James Squires ACH at 3:58:23 PM in HypnoBlog (14) | Comments (0)


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