I noticed I hadn't been getting any updates from Stop the ACLU, then realized that I had accidentally blocked the email address I'd given them. I always had a problem having to reformat the entry they provided. What they emailed didn't have paragraph tags, and what was on their site had other tags I didn't want.
Lately I've been working with article directories, setting some up http://resourceshop.net/, http://hyux.com/, http://dogs-cats-pets.net/, http://blogepublishing.com/, http://homeschoolarticles.net/ and also submitting some of my posts to various directories. In the process I've looked through several different article directory scripts.
Then the two came together! Bloggers cross post entries all the time. Why not have a place where bloggers can go to look at posts other bloggers think are worth cross posting? The current scripts available all had problems, but they were fixable. I quickly got the domains name http://beta.blogger.com/, set up an account on my server, and within 5 minutes of coming up with the idea, the site was live. Last night I tweaked the script I'd chosen and have the site fully functional. I'll be working on the overall design over the next couple of weeks, but for now it's ready to be used.
This is also a great tool for those who run BlogBursts. It will allow you to more easily provide the posts to be used in the BlogBurst, as well as provide a more useable and uniform HTML code. As the site grows, it will also be a way for other bloggers to find out about your BlogBurst and join.
Author: Danny Carlton. Cross posted from JackLewis.net.
Danny Carlton has blogged at JackLewis.net for several years now.