Links and Anchor Text: How many links can be placed in an article and when can they be used? Fewer than 100 links per page was earlier recommended by Google. But, now Google has taken a stand on being useful to the reader and there isn’t a set number. … [Read more...] about Why & How To Create Blog Style Guide Like Top Media Houses
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When Radical Heights launched, I was inspired to put together a whole Perfect Ten about why trend-chasing doesn’t work for online games. Obviously, my chief focus was on games that wind up beting developed at a rushed pace to cash in on trends and then run face-first into problems with chasing momentary trends, which… you know, you can just read the article; it’s linked right there. But it also prompted a follow-up question by longtime reader Sally Bowls asking why, with all of these issues, why the same rules don’t apply to MMOs. … [Read more...] about The Soapbox: Do MMOs still fall victim to the copycat curse?
This wasn’t very easy though. Because of the previously mentioned bug and lack of public explanation of the event, regular players PMing shard attackers/defenders were often ignored if they asked about how to directly help out. Often, those involved would change their spawn location so they could help level up the shard without the threat of being discovered, not just because of the death message but to hide their access method to the dungeon. I remember finding one such person in the middle of nowhere, who was willing to chat a bit, but he or she was fairly secretive. All I’d learned was that, yes, people were leveling the shard, that certain allegiances were involved, and that few people were invited to directly participate in the defense. Eventually, however, I found out how some of us had been indirectly helping the defense. … [Read more...] about Re-examining Asheron’s Call’s Shard of the Herald event on its first deathiversary