6 topics coming to this blog as chosen by Twitter

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Does Twitter make you blog less or more? Lack blogging inspiration? Every blogger has reached that point. There are many ways to find inspiration or themes and topics to blog about. Twitter is one of those places where you can find inspiration on what to blog about. Herewith 6 subjects that will be covered on this blog due to people asking or suggesting on the micro-blogging platform Twitter.

  1. Flash & SEO – I’ve dabbled in SEO for flash sites a few times in the past and have decided to do some experiments with flash sites and SEO just so that I can share my findings with you. You’ll find it in the SEO category in about 3 months time.
  2. Semantic Web – The Semantic Web is playing a larger role in the wwwork I do and I’ve already done a primer on Google’s use of the Semantic Web when I blogged Google Rich Snippets explained over at MIH SWAT blog.
  3. Blogging vs Micro-blogging. Twitter(micro-blogging) and Blogging have dedicated categories on this blog but never before have I done a Blogging vs Micro-blogging post. That will change soon.
  4. Tertia – She is the Queen of Blogging in South Africa so I’ll be writing a post about her. Heck, she suggested it.
  5. MXit API – There hasn’t been a tweet as retweeted as much as when this blog broke the news that the MXit API is being made available to the public. Your Web AddiCT will be attending the MXit API launch evnt so expect some live tweeting and blogging.
  6. Seeing that I got a ticket to the IMC conference 2010 via twitter I’ll blog about that too.

If you have a suggestion on what you’d like us to blog about on Web AddiCT(s); feel free to comment below.

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