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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Four secret Blogdrive goodies that you should never know

While we are constantly complaining about how much Blogdrive can improve, let's take a moment to be reminded of all the good stuff we have here on Blogdrive that you shouldn't have known.

If you are reading this article right now you should turn off the lights and make sure there's nobody behind you. If you are discovered to have obtain these information, an assassin will be sent to murder you.

1) Built-in search feature - Search your own blog with the blogdrive's built-in search feature, it's originally only available for subscription blogs but if you use a GET method on your url, you'll get a free (temporary) feature. However, it only search your blog titles.

2) exceed your bandwidth - for free accounts, an allocated amount of 50mb monthly bandwidth can be exceeded even without any upgrades. If you have a subscription blog, your allocated monthly bandwidth will be higher but again your files will not fail to load in the event that you exceeded it. So, what are you complaining about? (please note: you can't store more than what you should)

3) store HTML / CSS / JS documents in your filemanager with .jpg extensions. Okay, this is supposed to be a techy hack but it works.

4) the amazing Seige - this isn't just a goodie thingy but the coolest lad I've ever known on Blogdrive. He's smart, brilliant and above all massively fantastic. Oh, did I mention that he's got a great sense of humour?

Do you have other ideas or suggestions?

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Posted at 07:46 pm by Seige

June 17, 2006   03:47 PM PDT
#4 on the secret blogdrive goodies should be #1 They should have you on their payroll
June 14, 2006   02:22 PM PDT
You're funny Seige. :P
June 13, 2006   08:39 PM PDT
it's not their fault really, syndication is dependant oh how your readers publicise your blog for you. It has nothing to do with Blogdrive not being good enough
Mervin, aka Mirror Ball
June 13, 2006   08:18 PM PDT
Thanks for letting us know, Seige. Blogdrive does indeed offer alot. However, they COULD add quite a bit more features. It would seem that the blogdrive domain doesn't publish/syndicate to enough blog search engines. I pray the owners are working on this...

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