BigAl, I think, for me at least, total honesty is the best tip I could give. I had to explain to all my family and friends me problem, and that for me pornography is like what drink is to an alcoholic. I didn't expect any ridicule because I knew my friends wouldn't be like that (it's why I'm friends with them), and they've been really supportive.
I also think that you need to be honest with yourself, know what things trigger you, and purposely avoid them at all cost. Make sure that there are others who will keep an eye on you, which is why honesty with family and friends is important. You need a support team, make your recovery a group effort, it has helped me get past some very trying times.
Stillhopeful, I agree with you, you need to put your energies into other things that distract you from acting out. I've found reading books a lot of help. I've always enjoyed reading, but by having a list of books I want to read, and a target to read by a certain time, it keeps my focus away from pornography.
Thanks everyone for your congrats and support