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Four Totally Random Tips for Today

March 11, 2014 0 Comments
Four Totally Random Tips for Today

Here are four totally random tips. I had these floating around and didn’t really know what to do with them… So here you go. Test Your Website After you make changes to your website, go back and test your site. Make sure there isn’t anything lurking in the shadows. Boy, I let a big one slip by. I […]

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Guest Posting Do’s and Don’ts

March 9, 2014 0 Comments
Guest Posting Do’s and Don’ts

Guest posting is a great way showcase your writing and to gain new followers. More importantly, guest posting is a great opportunity to develop a working relationship with other bloggers. If this is something you are interested in, then run a quick Google search using – now accepting guest posts, or something similar. This will […]

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Great Blogging Moments in Movie History

March 5, 2014 1 Comment
Great Blogging Moments in Movie History

The Oscars are now history. There were some great movies nominated for that prestigious award, and that got me thinking about some of the great blogging moments in movie history. The movies and television are full of bloggers and blogging; look at Disney’s Dog with a Blog which is a kid’s show on TV, but for […]

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Overcome Writer’s Block with These Tips

March 3, 2014 2 Comments
Overcome Writer’s Block with These Tips

We’ve all been there, sitting at our PCs watching the little cursor blink. To make matters worse, there is always the little reminder at the bottom of the screen Words: 0. So where do you go from here? Turn off the Distractions This is probably the biggest cause of writer’s block. It seems we always […]

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Blogging Tips We Sometimes Forget

March 2, 2014 4 Comments
Blogging Tips We Sometimes Forget

There are no rules for blogging but there is a basic formula for success.  Forgetting this formula can mean the difference between a successful post and a not so successful post. Here are a few key points of the formula, that I sometimes forget myself. I hope these reminders help make your next blog posts […]

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5 Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

February 27, 2014 0 Comments
5 Tips to Overcome Writer’s Block

We’ve all been there, staring at the blinking cursor… and to make matters worse, at the bottom of our editor, is a reminder, Words: 0 . So, here are a few of my tips to overcome writer’s block. 1. Turn off your electronic distractions like your browser, email, and phone. 2. Set a daily word […]

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Oh, the Blogging Places You’ll Go

February 23, 2014 2 Comments
Oh, the Blogging Places You’ll Go

Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to start blogging, All the great things you will say. You have fingers on your keyboard. You have words in your head. Great posts abound you, They will like what they read. You are a blogger. And you know what to write. And you are the one who […]

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Twitter, Making Those 140 Characters Count

February 21, 2014 2 Comments
Twitter, Making Those 140 Characters Count

Twitter sprang onto the web in 2006 and quickly gained popularity. In Twitter, you post or “tweet” a 140 character message. Users can read, view, post (tweet), and retweet messages to the people that follow them. Today there are over 500 million users and the popularity and usage is sure to grow.  You only get […]

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5 Ways to Generate Blog Post Ideas

February 16, 2014 0 Comments
5 Ways to Generate Blog Post Ideas

1. Read other blogs and forums. 2. Scroll through your social media, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, etc. 3. Read magazines and books. 4. News, TV or internet stations. 5. Go on a walk or a bike ride. Bonus tip: Ideas always seem to come when you least expect them. That is why it is a good […]

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Getting the Biggest ROI from Your Blog Post

February 13, 2014 2 Comments
Getting the Biggest ROI from Your Blog Post

When I started blogging, I would take a week to develop a post. Then early Sunday morning, I would send my fledgling post out into the digital world to be free. There I sat like a proud poppa staring at my new creation. “People will love this post,” I’d think to myself. The only problem […]

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