affiliate program Paid Storage Upgrades at WordPress.com : Win 10GB Space After WordPress.com allowed its bloggers to get paid upgrades for enhanced functionality, the list of upgrades went one step further with the ability to buy more storage space for your blog. Now you can buy an extra 1GB, 5GB or 10GB of space to store more files for your blog for 20 credits, 50 credits and 90 credits respectively. Each credits cost $1 each and can be purchased via Paypal. Remember that these credit and product purchases are non-refundable. The announcement is also running a small contest to make things interesting. Send in your ideas for filling 10GB of space and the most creative idea will win the 10GB of upload space. You must blog about your idea, link back to their post, and send a pingback. You might win the 10GB storage space. Think of an innovative idea, as the contest closes in 48 hours. affiliate program June 24, 2011 by admin 0 comments 1478 viewson Tutorials Share this post Facebook Twitter Google plus Pinterest Linkedin Mail this article Print this article Next: Quick Online Tips celebrates 2 years of blogging this month. Since the first post went live in December 2004, the popularity of Quick Online Tips has been on the rise. Switching to our own domain name and WordPress blogging platform was a good move which has added credibility, a professional image and a lot more to this blog. To make this blog more useful to readers who have kept it going with their comments, suggestions, criticism, and backlinks, I introduced some changes over the last few weeks which I hope you will like. 1. Switch to full text feeds – I know you will like this. If you are reading this post in a feed reader, it should come as a nice surprise. This is the first post going live with full text in feeds. Many readers asked for it and I hope it lasts this time (after all my reservations to the issue of full feeds). 2. Increased font size – Web 2.0 has introduced website design concepts with smaller font sizes and larger computer screen sizes. I found myself constantly increasing font size on websites and blogs to read more comfortably (using my trusted Text size toolbar). But I realized I was using the same small fonts. So the main content text is up a few sizes to make you read with ease. (of course there are more tweaks to reduce eyestrain) 3. No social bookmarking links – You might remember multiple links to digg, del.icio.us, stumbleupon, reddit which added to the clutter. I found very few people actually used these links. I use del.icio.us and have never used these links on any blog. I use my favorite bookmarklet or firefox extension to do the job. So they are gone… (lots of discussion here) 4. Professional logo – is the smart work of Got Logos – home of the $25 cheap yet professional logo. It blends with the site and they gave me a transparent background one too. (you know how much I like to play with the CSS and blog colors). I hope you like it. 5. No Feed Subscribe Buttons – There are so many wonderful feed readers out there and every one has their own favorite RSS aggregator (I use Google Reader). Again RSS readers have their own bookmarklets or open feed readers with “Add feed” links to do the job. So those multiple buttons have been replaced by a drop down list to save space and reduce the clutter. 6.Translate articles easily – At the bottom of the blog are quick links to translate any page to multiple languages easily. That should help non-english readers get our content in their language of choice and read it easily. 7. Date on top – the date on which the articles was posted in now easily visible on top. Since many readers visit via search engines and may quote articles, highlighting the date in a prominent place is important so the reader knows that it is a recent or older article. To keep updated about our how we are doing, keep checking the about us section. I hope you like the changes for Quick Online Tips 2.0! Your suggestions for improvement are always welcome. Previous: 6 Months on WordPress : Was Shifting From Blogger Worth it?