• Creating a link in HTML is very simple. Take a look at the following example. Spaces, Carriage Returns, and Ampersands. When creating an email link, as with any HTML link, you should use & to represent the ampersand (&).Anchor Link Creation

    In a long post or page and you want the visitor to be able to click on a link, say in a table of contents you create, to jump to a different section of that post then you’ll want to use an anchor link. <a href=”https://myface5.com”>Myface5</a>

    It’s also good practice to use %20 in place of all spaces and %0D%0A in place of all carriage returns (i.e. when you want a space, such as when you’d normally use the “Enter” key). #section1

    When I say that it’s “good practice” to do this, I mean, some browsers/email clients behave differently and may or may not show spaces and carriage return the way you’d like. Therefore, using the method outlined here will ensure that your users see what you intend them to see.

If you want to make a link to another member here at myface.com use those tags.
Example: [user]Nickname[/user] will make a link to the User’s profile.

If you want to make a photo link to another member here at myface.com use those tags.
Example: [profile]Nickname[/profile] will show a photo of User with a link to the User’s profile.

If you want to make a link to another site, you can use the [link] tag.
For example: [link=”https://myface5.com/”]Yahoo[/link]. Notice that you have to have the “HTTP://” before the address to link to a site outside of myface.com

This is a very useful tag. It will make an empty row in your text, use it to make your text look better and easier to read.

This will simply make a horizontal line, which can also make your text and place look better.

If you want to add an image.
For example:[/img]
That will add the image to wherever you post. All you need to make sure is that you have the right URL and don’t forget the HTTP://

If you want to change the color of your text.
For example:[color=”blue”]Will make this text blue[/color]
You can also use the exact RGB values between 0-f
For example:[color=”#ff0000″]Will make this text red[/color]
Note: If you want to use the exact RGB color you cannot leave out the “#” sign before the RGB color.

If you want to quote something someone has said. This is already set in the forums by clicking on QUOTE but can be placed anywhere.
For example:[quote=”use ame”]Something to be said here[/quote]

If you want to quote something someone has said.
For example,:[quote]Something to be said here[/quote]

If you want to emphasis part of a text.
For example, I want to [em]emphasis[/em] this word.
Will be displayed like: I want to emphasis this word.

If you want to have part of your text be stronger.
For example: I want [strong]this[/strong] today.
It Will be displayed like: I want this today.

If you want an email to be clickable
For example: Send to my email here: [email]something@somemail.com[/email].
Will be displayed like: Send to my email here: something@somemail.com.

Text Links for “Groups and Ads”

[ul][/ul] and [li]
This is used if you want to have a list.
For example:
[li]Test 1[/li]
[li]Test 2[/li]
[li]Test 1[/li]
Will be displayed like:
Test 1
Test 2
Test 1

[ol][/ol] and [li]
This is used if you want to have an ordered list with numbers.
For example:
[li]Test 1[/li]
[li]Test 2[/li]
[li]Test 1[/li]
Will be displayed like:
Test 1
Test 2
Test 1

If you want to change the size of your text.
For example:[size=”3″]Will make this text bigger[/size]
Note that you can change the size from 1-7.

If you want to center your text or images on the page you can use this tag.

Example: [b]Will make this text bold[/b]

Example: [i]Will make this text italic[/i]

Example: [u]Will make this text italic[/u]

If you want to align your text. The input options are: left,center and right
For example:
Will align this text to the right

[table=””][/table] and [td]
This is used if you want to create a table and place things in a certain way.
For example:
[td]Test 1[/td]
[td]Test 2[/td]
[td]Test 1[/td]
Will be displayed like:
Test 1 Test 2 Test 1

Most of your activity as a blogger will involve you writing articles. But unless your blog or website is your full-time job, it won’t always be possible to write a new article every day or even every week. Plus, if you realize there are still revenues coming in, without you having added any new articles, you may stop publishing articles altogether for a while. But is this an option?


  • The benefits of refreshing content
  • Why Google loves fresh content
  • How to make more money from new content

Money Without Content?

The question arises whether it’s possible to earn money with only minimal content. There are many small ‘blogs’ or new affiliate sites that consist only of affiliate-program text, product images or affiliate links. Often, any wording that does exist is simply reproduced from manufacturer sites or the Amazon website, without writing any original content. Nowadays, the people who set up and manage such websites won’t have any visitors and more importantly, no revenue. Writing your own unique content is very important and is expected by regular visitors to your site.

Reasons to Post Regular Content

For most bloggers and site owners, Google is the primary source of site traffic. It’s safe to assume that a majority of your site visitors will come this way. In order to have your content displayed prominently in search results, it’s important to not only have good and unique content, but also new content. This is one of the main reasons why you should regularly post new articles.

More Content, More Ranking Options

It’s not a sensible strategy to target a narrow range of keywords. A site typically won’t rank for the first search-result position on just a single keyword, so it’s important to try and rank for a broader range of keywords. This ensures a diverse range of visitors come to your site and good revenue can be obtained in this way. In order to create this range-enhancing, it is necessary to have a lot of products on your site, which is why you should publish new content regularly.

More Options to Add Affiliate Links

If you regularly post new content, you build up your range of site topics – and this means more opportunities to install Affiliate Links. If you have hundreds of products with Affiliate Links, you can usually look forward to many daily commissions: but you do still have to include informative articles as well, to keep a nice balance of content on your website.

Social Media Shares

Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels have become increasingly important in recent years for bloggers. New content offers more possibilities to publish links to the various social networks for more attention, backlinks, and traffic. By publishing new content regularly and sharing it on social media, there’s a likelihood of driving incremental traffic to your site.

Establishing Reader Confidence 

You shouldn’t underestimate the psychological effect of publishing new content. Readers who find plenty of interesting articles on your site are more likely to point others in its direction, building trustworthiness and confidence in its content. And this confidence is important, because only when visitors trust your website will they select to buy recommendations in the form of Affiliate Links.

Improving Yourself

In short, regular blogging simply helps you become a better writer. You’ll accumulate a lot of new know-how, which naturally helps to further improve your website or blog, and also helps you tackle new projects.

How Often Should you Update your Content?

There are no hard-and-fast rules. It almost always comes down to the amount of time you can spare to write articles. If you run a blog in your free time after work, you will clearly invest less time in it than someone who treats blog writing as a part-time job. If you want to make your blog a primary source of income, then the more time you can spend on it, the greater your chances of success. Start with the general guideline of publishing a new article or a different type of content at least once a week, and take it from there: a tip from us would be that once you’ve researched a topic area, then write more than one article about it while the research is fresh in your memory.