Technology Category Archive

Live Call-in Blogging Interview July 18th

Monday, July 17th, 2006

Tomorrow afternoon I’ll be interviewed by Maria Ngo and Ray DuGray (aka The Entrepreneur Doctors) on the subject of blogging, including how to build a high-traffic blog and how to generate substantial income from blogging. If you’d like to hear the interview live, you may dial in to the show at the listed start time and enter […]

Ask Steve – Blogging Questions

Friday, July 14th, 2006

I received a number of blogging-related questions, so I figured I’d handle them all in a single post. What blogging software do you use? WordPress What do you use as your primary RSS feed reader? FeedDemon Did you use a template for your blog design, or is it custom? It’s custom.  I didn’t want to copy […]

Ask Steve – Technical Background

Sunday, July 9th, 2006

What is your technical background/history? When I was 10 years old, I was introduced to Apple II BASIC programming via an after school program.  I instantly loved it and never looked back.  A few years later, my parents bought an Atari 800 computer with a disk drive, and I quickly claimed it as my own.  I subscribed to […]

How to Make Money From Your Blog

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

StevePavlina.com was launched on Oct 1st, 2004.  By April 2005 it was averaging $4.12/day in income.  Now it brings in over $200/day $1000/day (updated as of 10/29/06).  I didn’t spend a dime on marketing or promotion.  In fact, I started this site with just $9 to register the domain name, and everything was bootstrapped from there.  Would you like to know […]

Blogging for Personal Growth

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

When I started this site 16 months ago, my goal was to help people with their personal development.  And based on the thousands of pieces feedback I’ve received since then, that expectation is certainly being realized.  However, what I wasn’t fully prepared for was the massive amount of personal growth I would experience as a result […]

How to Build a High-Traffic Web Site (or Blog)

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

Since posting my 2005 traffic figures recently, I’ve received many questions about how I was able to start this web site from scratch and build its traffic to over 700,000 visitors per month (Jan 2006 projection) in about 15 months – without spending any money on marketing or promotion.  Building a high-traffic web site was my intention […]

Quantum Biocommunication Technology

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

Quantum Biocommunication Technology is a relatively new blog I discovered a few weeks ago, and it has quickly become one of my favorite reads. This blog serves to bridge the gap between quantum physics and human consciousness, and I think it would be of great interest to anyone who wishes to dive more deeply into the […]

Podcasting

Sunday, August 28th, 2005

Podcasting is something I’ve been looking into lately, especially at the urgings of several readers. It was always my plan to add audio content to this site, but I wasn’t sure if podcasting would be an intelligent way to do it. I initially rejected the idea of podcasting for a variety of reasons (time, effort, […]

Digital Voice Recorder

Saturday, July 23rd, 2005

I recently bought an Olympus WS-100 digital voice recorder. This particular recorder was recommended by a contributor to SpeakerNet News. I like the Olympus WS-100 for several reasons: It uses flash memory, so I don’t have to fuss with microcassettes or mini-CDs. It only weights a couple ounces and is about the size of two […]

Speed Up Your Mouse

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Here’s a very simple productivity tip that you might find helpful: crank up the speed of your mouse cursor. On Windows you can do this by clicking Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse and adjusting the speed as you see fit. Everyone has their own preferences of course, but I think the default mouse cursor […]