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  • Tips
    4 good blogging habits you should develop now.
    Here are some good blogging habits you should develop for a successful and profitable blog.a. Write something on your blog at least 2-3 times a week.b. Read other blogs 2-3 times a week. Be sure to use the RSS feed buttons to subscribe to your...
  • Blog
    How do you promote your blog? 5 Tips
    Don’t be afraid to be opinionated.Be different from other bloggers writing on your topic. Give your readers something to come back to and something to comment on. Remember, you’ll never please everyone…and if any debate ensues...
  • Blogging Tips
    10 tips for creating an awesome blog post
    Tips for a good blog.One of the first things I ask in a client consultation is, “Do you have a blog.” The answer is most often yes so my next question is, “How often are you posting?” This receives a variety of answers from...
  • Blogging Burnout
    How to avoid blogging burnout
    No one said blogging was always going to be easy. It’s true that once you start, it does become sort of like a habit or obsession but sooner or later, most bloggers will feel a little lost for topics. It’s up to us to figure out how to...
  • Writing Pen
    Where Have All The Short Stories Gone?
    Gone are the days when a fiction writer could cut his teeth on magazines that would cater to the dime store appetites of genres like crime mysteries and men from mars; a place where young, up and coming writers could experiment with ideas and make...
  • What marketers are saying about content
    How content marketing can help your business
    Content marketing nurtures relationships. It provides quality information that is relevant to those who are making the buying decisions. It is not “salesy” or obviously promotional.And, according to Social Media Examiner’s 2014...
  • Blog
    5 mstakes that can make your blog useless
    Too often entrepreneurs complain that after a great start, a year later their blog is as dead as can be. This is a common problem that almost always revolves around a small list of common mistakes. A successful blogger would tell you that great...
  • Rating and reviewing a novel
    Rating and reviewing a novel
    There are many things that need to be considered when rating and reviewing a book. The first and most important point is that the person who wrote the book you are about to dissect is a real person. This may be a person that you might meet someday...
  • Blog
    12 blogging tips for the beginning and experienced blogger by Bruce Sallan
    I first “met” Bruce Sallan, Founder of #DadChat on June 19 via “The Truth About Media at #DadChat and #MediaChat – a Double-Header!“ Loved his talking points, our banter, what I learned also discovered some common...
  • LinkVehicle
    LinkVehicle Wants to Pay for Articles on Your Blog
    LinkVehicle is a network that connects bloggers and advertisers together so they can each benefit in their own way. Bloggers have the ability to attract new advertisers to their site without the need to recruit, manage payments or setup invoice --...
  •  Martha Stewart is still making bloggers mad
    Martha Stewart is still making bloggers mad
    Ordinary people can be bloggers. Bloggers can be experts. At least that’s the message Marci Rich, writer for Huffington Post is trying to get across on November 9. According to Rich, “ordinary people…are popping up all over the...
  • Wordpress 4.0 "Benny"
    Wordress 4.0 the best yet for content focussed bloggers
    For those who use Wordpress, the latest update to 4.0 (nicknamed “Benny”, after jazz clarinetist and bandleader, Benny Goodman), is the best, so far, when it comes to content focussed blogging. The edits in the back office for creating...
  • 3 Problems to Address Before Blogging at Your School
    3 Problems to Address Before Blogging at Your School
    Dear Otto is an occasional column where I answer questions I get from readers about teaching tech. For your privacy, I use only first names.Here’s a great question I got from Molly:I really enjoyed your article on students blogging. It seems...
  • Aleppo Codex
    The wisdom of Proverbs...applied to social media and the blogosphere
    If one spends any amount of time on social media one wil realize just how quickly human communication is changing. Handwritten or typed etters to the editor are a thing of the past in the age of the Comments Section. Opinion pieces, news reports,...
  • Inspiration 2
    11 Blogs That Keep Me Motivated, In the Loop and Hungry For More
    There is only so much time in the day to read, digest and absorb the mounds of information we are inundated with. Why not organize some of that information by carefully curating a small batch of sources that speak directly to and feed your...