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    [Blog] What's The Point In Commenting On Blogs?
    What is the true value of a comment on a blog? If you go back in time (a little over a decade ago), the mainstreaming of blogging as a publishing platform brought with it a couple of unique features. Eventually, additional features like the ability for a reader to comment on a post and the introduction of RSS (a syndication feature that would notify readers by email or web-based readers when the blogger updated or published to the blog) helped to propel the platform to the mainstream. personal story: often when people leave a comment on my blog, I do not respond.
    [Blog] Why My Blog is a Hog and Tips for YOU
    Bloggity, blog, blog. Is a blog is a hog! And the first lesson is a blog is a must. For me, you, and many companies, a website with a blogging presence gives added value. But you have to fight creatures in order to get into the blogging and content marketing game, in a digital kind of way. The responsive design and blog posting capabilities in this platform are just two. Software, apps, plugins (which I had never even heard of a short time ago) and, well, tools, help make your website, blog, and even you, productive and first rate. Great!
    [Blog] Top 3 Firebelly Blog Posts Of August
    Facebook was a popular subject on our blog in July, but interests varied in August. What would you like to see us write about in September? Let us know in a comment below! YOUR SELFIES TELL A STORY, PREPARE TO GET CREEPED OUT By Stephanie Daily Think about all the photos you take in a.
    [Blog] Design Your Own Blog or Ask For Help
    This blog is powered by WordPress — and the Thesis framework , a premium theme that sits on top of WordPress. As the 3-year anniversary approaches, I reflect upon blogs shifting designs from premium to customized and whether now is a good a time to follow. If you are inspired to add a comment with your thoughts, please visit Design Your Own Blog or Ask For Help in your browser. Visit the blog archive to read more articles on new and emerging media. The blog. Blog News Musingsbought Thesis in November 2008. What do you think? Why or why not?
    [Blog] [Infographic] The Secrets of a Killer Blog Post
    These days, just about everyone has their own blog. With an estimated 2 million blog posts being posted online every single day (I know, crazy right!?), knowing the secrets of creating a killer blog post is more important than ever if you truly want your blog to be successful. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re blogging within or how niche your blog is, you can almost guarantee that you have competitors. This renders the countless hours you’ve spent crafting the perfect blog post as completely pointless. ’).
  • VIPER CHILL  |  MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011
    [Blog] Get Hundreds of Links to Your Next Blog Post, Guaranteed
    How can you guarantee that people will read your blog post? They say that around 80% of visitors to your blog will read your post title, but only about 20% will actually read the accompanying post. Since you always get less people reading your post than you do your headline, you have to make your headline amazing , in order to engage as many visitors as possible. I’ve analysed dozens of blogs to find out what types of headlines result in posts getting hundreds of links. Guest Blogging: The Ultimate Guide – 297 links. Blogging SEOGet in touch.
  • KIKOLANI  |  MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2012
    [Blog] How To Create Better Video Blogs
    Today we’ll be looking at how you can better your video blogs through 8 simple steps, which will really make your vlog stand out from the crowd. Take some time to look at popular video blogs and vlogs that are just starting up. Each of your video blogs should talk about one particular topic concisely. When you start thinking about how to present your video blogs always bear in mind the three golden genres of online video; entertaining video, informative video and educational video. It’s Not Enough to Create Content on a Blog. Blogging
    [Blog] Is Blogging Overrated for B2B Organizations? | PWB Marketing Blog
    [Blog] Why Blog Lurking is Not Bad
    On the other hand, if you would like to add a comment and introduce yourself to me and everyone else here, follow 10 tips for successful blog commenting and share something, anything, about how these words inspire you. -- You just read Why Blog Lurking is Not Bad at AriWriter. Related posts: Commenter or Lurker: Which Blog Participant Are You? Introducing a 5-Part Series on Enhancing Blog Comments. Boost Corporate Branding and Add That Blog Comment. Social Media blogging commentsDenise Tanton loves lurkers. It’s good. love lurkers! understand.
    [Blog] Anatomy Of A Blog Redesign: Meet The Standard WordPress Theme
    I have to admit, I’m a WordPress theme junkie.  I’m fascinated with the art of blog design, and I often find myself spending too much time browsing some of the industry leading WordPress theme sites.  My personal favorite site these days is certainly Themeforest as they have a tremendous variety of themes available. I’m also guilty of growing bored with my theme design on about a yearly basis. After a year of blogging, and watching the blogging landscape evolve, I felt the itch to update my look and feel again. But rightfully so I believe. Wordpress
    [Blog] Five Ways to Drive Employee Engagement through Blogging
    We began internal blogging at  LexisNexis last October, which coincided with the launch of our new Intranet. Internal blogging. Some departments use blogs as their main communication tool to their entire company. For example, someone might have gone to a conference or read an article that made them think about the business, and share their insights via a blog post. In the end, a blog gets employees talking, and gives you, the communicator, the invaluable employee story. Internal blogging gives employees a place to show off what they hold dear and do best.
    [Blog] What we can learn from blog firestorms.
    Its easy to imagine that the social sphere or your blog are simply just an adult playground of cool people.  Suddenly, the social sphere doesn’t seem so warm and fuzzy. I’ve been watching closely as over the last couple of weeks two incidents on different blogs have caused an outright fury in the blogosphere, dividing a typically supportive group (bloggers) on different sides of the fence. It isn’t worth giving up the benefits of free speech for the alternative and so it is with blogging and social media. Interesting, isn’t it? Fun people.
    [Blog] Should Sales Professionals Be Blogging?
    A very interesting discussion happened recently on Twitter with Lee Odden the CEO of TopRank, Shawn Karol Sandy the Chief Revenue Officer of the Selling Agency, and I around the topic of sales people blogging. Over the years I have adjusted my belief that not all reps should be blogging. A5: Just think if you could train a salesforce of 500 or 5,000 to blog, use 1-2 social networks. first wrote about this topic in 2011 with enthusiasm. Truth is that most sales professionals are much better at verbal communication skills than written. fear it to be. Powered by WP Bannerize.
    [Blog] How To Measure Blog Conversion
    SocialMouths personal branding | social media | blog design Home Who is This Dude? Hire Me Contact Me 25,000+ Readers Twitter Facebook RSS How To Measure Blog Conversion Blog traffic, content engagement, online community, social proof, all key aspects of blog marketing. But the ultimate goal is one and today my dear friends, we are going to talk about how to measure blog conversion. Either way, you need to have a way of measuring and visualizing your blog’s performance. Entrepreneurs: Blogging Requires Commitment. Is this possible?
    [Blog] Official Google Docs Blog: Live blogging with Docs
    Live blogging with Docs. Posted by: Amit Agarwal , a professional technology blogger at Digital Inspiration and an exceptionally creative Docs user We were first introduced to Amit Agarwal when he sent us a video , detailing how to use Docs as an RSS feed reader (check out the accompanying and instructive blog post , as well). We watched the video, read his blog post, and were completely impressed. Create a new document in Google Docs and give it some descriptive name (like “Launch of Blue Widgets Version 2&# ) - this will later become the title of our blog post.
    [Blog] 5 Painless Ways to Get Maximum Blog Comment Love
    Publishing your blog is no easy feat. Any serious blogger will tell you that the secret to a successful blog includes consistency , dedication , and inspiration.  My favorite blogs also feature one more magic ingredient: a loyal fellowship of readers that love to comment. There are other added benefits of blog commenting including better search engine optimization, and building your reputation as a thought leader in your industry.  We know how wonderful and talented you are, now it’s time for the whole world to know! We get that. You’re the expert.
    [Blog] 3 Ways to Engage Your Team and Improve Your Blog
    It’s something that comes up again and again: Your business has a blog, and a team of people responsible for the strategy, content creation, execution, and overall success of that blog. The team of people is actually one or two people partially allocated to the blog. The blog is one in a series of projects that the team of people are responsible for managing day-in and day-out. They are the creatives behind the blog. To help us do this, we selected the blog, Behind the Seeds , from Canadian seed company Canterra Seeds. Another example is this blog.
    [Blog] How To Start a Blog in 7 Days
    just don’t have the commitment to build a better blog in 31 days. In fact, I don’t think anyone needs 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. You have the talent, you have the passion, and, evidently, you have the desire to improve your blog. Let’s build a blog people want to read. Your blog is better already as you read this sentence! questions that as a blogger, you need to be able to answer: Why do you blog? Why do you blog, Tony? I was caught off guard. wanted people who shared my interest to read my blog. Why do you blog?
    [Blog] Why You Write Blog Comments
    Any social media strategist will tell you that a simple way to get your blog known to other people is by commenting on their blogs. Being active in their communities, linking to their blog articles, and submitting guest articles are great ways to brand yourself. Please continue reading Why You Write Blog Comments and leave a comment if inspired. Related articles you may enjoy: 910 Blog Comments You Wrote Here. Never-Before-Seen Blog Comments. Why You Should Stop Writing Blog Comments. Photo by taliesin. love reading your comments. So go ahead.
    [Blog] 45+ Resources to Master Blog Writing
    Mastering blog writing can seem hard and time consuming. To create awesome content  you should become good at copywriting; pay attention to grammar and blog post elements (Calls-To-Actions, Headlines and more), and improve your writing skills in general. Here are 45 resources for better blog writing to start you on the right track: Image source. Since Gary Bencivenga is one of the most respected copywriters of all times , his Bullets can be your secret weapon for blog writing. Do you dare to take this 31-day challenge to enhance your blog writing? Lao Tzu.
    [Blog] [Cool Infographic Friday] The Ultimate List of Blog Post Ideas
    Thanks to Susan Cato for the find! photo credit ). Cool Infographic Friday Featured Implementation
    [Blog] Announcing Bare Feet Pro Blogs
    Announcing the release of the Bare Feet Studios Biz Pro Blogsblog web sites for solopreneurs, small business, and non-profits. Though blogs have been around for many years (heck, this one here was built in 2004) they are still just getting attention from the small biz community – the people most benefiting from this utterly awesome business tool! Using our 15+ years’ experience building websites and blogs , serving clients across Hawaii and the mainland US, we have put together these packages. Design: Premium Blog Theme. Starter. hours.
    [Blog] Reasons to Love CommentLuv Blogs
    CommentLuv blogs are blogs that allow commenters to leave behind not only the main link to their website, but also a link to their latest blog post as well below the main comment. They usually look something like this: Kikolani´s last blog. So why should you love CommentLuv blogs, and how do you get the most out of them as a commenter, blog owner, and blog reader? The best way to utilize CommentLuv blogs for commenters is to first register your blog at ComLuv. Leave Relevant Blog Posts Behind. CommentLuv for Blog Owners.
    [Blog] What Does Eight Years Of Blogging Get You?
    Eight years ago on this day in 2003, I started Blogging. Here's some basic info about what has transpired in eight years here at the Six Pixels of Separation Blog: over 2700 Blog entries, over 20,000 comments and over 270 audio Podcasts. The only question that continually popped into my brain was: was all of this Blogging worth it? Starting this Blog was (and still is) without the question the single most important thing I have done in my professional life. Reasons Why Blogging Still Rules: It's slow. This Blog is as real as it gets. blogging.
    [Blog] Solving The Mystery Of My Highest Blog Traffic Day Yet
    Yesterday was the day I broke my long standing one day traffic record on my blog. And I can honestly say, I have no idea why.  I continue to dig into the numbers, but I only have a few ideas of what may have caused the spike.  At the very least, it’s an interesting look into the steps I take when I typically post to my blog, and I thought it would be a useful post to share. About 1,800 page views for a blog that rarely got 20. That was the moment I decided to take my blog seriously. Yesterday was the day. Until yesterday. Currently 219. Very confusing indeed.
    [Blog] Blog Marketing is Not Dead But Just Growing Up: Moving Beyond Conversations
    In 2006 Debbie Weil‘s successful “The Corporate Blogging Book” was published. Robert Scoble and Shel Israel published “Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers”, and everyone was talking about “conversations” and “blogging”. That same year I co-authored a book on what back then we called “blogging for business&# for a [.]. Blog Blogging blog marketing customer-centricity
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2012
    [Blog] The Death of Blogging: Part 271
    It seems that every month there is a newspaper article about the death of blogging. Verne Kopytoff wrote a sensationalist headline in the New York Times in February 2011 entitled, “ Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter.” ” I and others responded at the time why Verne was nuts and blogging was very alive. Another year and another headline, this time in my local newspaper, The Daily News of Newburyport, in the form of an editorial entitled, “ Blogging Dies Its Slow Death.” Media bloggingEditors talk. ” As if.
    [Blog] How to Do an SEO-Friendly Blogging
    Your blog might become a really powerful weapon if it is developed with correct search optimization strategy. Blogs are considered to be the 5 th most trusted source of information given online, thus blogging is the best way to increase brand recognition, build authority and get more quality leads. If you are still not sure if blogging is right for you, consider the following: 70% of customers learn about a company through blog articles. If you are a writer, blogging costs you nothing but time. BloggingLet’s proceed to the first order. Reviews.
    [Blog] 10 Years Of Blogging. One Tiny Favor. Please Help Me.
    just don''t like the whole, "hey everyone, did you know that I have been blogging for ten years?" " I don''t blog, write or publish with a numerical metric or amount of time in mind. I don''t blog, write or publish with the notion that the longer that I publish, the more entitled I am to your attention or interest. Still, when I mentioned to some close peers that today is my tenth anniversary of blogging, every one of them thought that it is a moment of time worthy of mentioning and writing about. blogging. Tags: blog. He always is.
  • VIPER CHILL  |  TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2012
    [Blog] Unmasking the Biggest Tyrant in Blogging
    The real deal is that I’m the guy called the Blog Tyrant and that intro was an attempt at humor. forgot to add my Blog Tyrant email address back into Gmail and as such I’d ignored (for almost two weeks) an email from Glen asking me to be the first ever non-Glen person to write for ViperChill. I’m pretty sure he thought I was ignoring him and now I’m pretty sure you all think I’m crazy as bat poo. Unmasking the Blog Tyrant. For all of you who have been to Blog Tyrant or seen my posts on Copyblogger , Problogger , Smart Passive Income , etc.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2012
    [Blog] 8 Steps to Write a Meaningful Blog Post
    Choose a topic. I get a lot of my ideas from other blogs. He shared how to get blogging ideas from emails. When I find my writing segues away from the title, I copy that chunk of text and create a new blog post from it. I try to stay within the confines of the title because it helps me stay focused. 3. There are many places online for free photos for your blog. 6. Depending on your blog platform, how and where you insert those keywords and description may differ. 7. People leave your blog if you have too many links. Your blog post will never be perfect.
    [Blog] Can Communities Serve As Perfect Add-On For Your Blog?
    There are several community building tools for blog promotion. Below, I have listed a few good things that a forum can do for your blog: Promote your blog/URL: Start a forum on any leading forum application like Forums or Ning with your blog name. You can also post your blog URL on a particular forum that deals with blogging directly. If you have a forum of your blog, you can update your blog post links to your followers as it happens. You get to know bloggers from different places, communities and of varied blogging spheres.
    [Blog] What Will Become Of Blogs And Blogging?
    Schaefer over at Grow Blog recently published his second book, Return On Influence - The Revolutionary Power of Klout, Social Scoring, and Influence Marketing , which dissects the fascinating world of social scoring an individual consumer's true influence in the online channels. Beyond that, he also wrote a contentious blog post titled, Is there anything new in blogging? As we frequently have debates and deep-dives on topics here at the Six Pixels of Separation Podcast, we felt that we could delve deeper into what blogging means in 2012 and how it can (and should evolve).
    [Blog] Content Marketing: Blogs Deserve the Same Attention As Websites
    The benefits and possibilities of blogs and blog marketing are – hopefully – well-known by now. Blogs play an important role in an integrated and people-oriented inbound and content marketing approach. In social media marketing, blogs are often – not always justly – described as the “hubs&# around which all social activities take place. Blog Blogging Content marketing Social media marketing content marketing conversion corporate blog CRM dialogue marketing automation reputationHowever, [.].
    [Blog] 7 Warning Signs That Your Blog Needs Better Social Media Management
    When it comes to promoting your blog, growing your audience and building relationships with readers in your niche, there are some things that will definitely put you in the black book. If you’re guilty of any of the offences below, it’s time to step up your social media game and start getting the results your blog deserves. 1. If someone shares your blog post and your response is ‘Thanks’, ‘Thank you’ or any variation of these, you have a problem. No one is sharing your blog posts. You need to make them easy to share by including sharing icons on your blog posts.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012
    [Blog] Does the Perfect Blog Post Really Exist?
    I have written before about the perfect blog post. Does a perfect blog post really exist? Well, that really depends on how you define the phrase, “the perfect blog post” When it comes to a perfect blog post, I personally define it as being a blog post that meets its objectives. What are the goal(s) for the blog post? Every blog post should have a call to action. If your blog post reaches its goals determines whether or not it is the perfect blog post. Perhaps your blog post’s goal is to get traffic and views.
    [Blog] How to Blog Differently in Three Easy Steps
    Being unique and standing out in the online world is crucial to your blog’s success. Learning how to blog differently is easier than it might seem. While other’s are trying to copy the big blogs, find your own mojo and really hit your blogging stride. One of the first lessons I learned when I started my blog was that I didn’t need to follow anyone else’s rules. You don’t have to blog X times per week or write posts that are X many words long. Finding your own voice in your writing sets the tone for your blog. John F.
    [Blog] The Blog Turns 20 This Year
    Yesterday, The Guardian posted an article titled, The blog turns 20: a conversation with three internet pioneers. This blog, has been around for eleven years. It is an ongoing space where people come together to think differently about how brands can better connect with consumers. I can''t thank you enough for being here, and I can''t tell you how grateful I am that blogging was invented. When I look at new media platforms like Huffington Post , Business Insider , Facebook , Instagram , Snapchat or whatever, I just see some kind of variance on the blog. blogging.
    [Blog] 10 Blogging Tips We’ve Learned from International Idioms
    Let’s face it: You’re not Neil Patel or Gary Vaynerchuck. I’m not saying you completely suck at blogging, but there’s always room for improvement. Here are a few obscure foreign idioms that will help you remember everything you need to improve in your blog posts —and help you start up conversation with that cute foreigner you’ve had your eye on but never really knew how to approach. With With these idioms, you will always remember how you can improve your blog. This one is especially meaningful when it comes to blogging well. Blog about what you know.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012
    [Blog] This Blog Sucks (And You're Probably Not Reading This)
    I'm not going to lie and say that I was shocked to read the DigiDay article, Agencies Ditch Blogs , that they published on Monday. "With the rise of social media, businesses are blogging less. That goes for agencies, too, which are increasingly turning their backs on their blogs in favor of platforms such as Facebook , Twitter , LinkedIn , and newer kids on the block like Instagram and Pinterest." Blogging is about writing. Here's a dirty little secret: I hope more agencies stop blogging. " Why you should blog. agency blog. Maybe.
    [Blog] CommentLuv 2.9 – Guide for Blog Owners & Commenters
    This guide will cover what is new for both blog owners and blog commenters alike as well as how to install and configure this plugin on your WordPress blog. If you are new to CommentLuv, here is a breakdown how it benefits everyone involved with your blog. Benefits for Blog Owners. Installing CommentLuv on your blog will allow commenters to leave behind a link to their latest blog post with their comment. Benefits for Blog Commenters. Benefits for Blog Readers. for Blog Owners. Reasons to Love CommentLuv Blogs. Plugin?
    [Blog] Here’s Your Opportunity to Start Something Awesome: Join #MBUstorm Blogging Challenge!
    That’s what MyBlogU new blogging challenge is all about: Start a new site. Starting out is tough… We all have lots of great ideas “we wish we could do” but they keep piling up waiting for when we have enough time. You know what: There’s no such a thing as “enough time”… And there’s no point in waiting for the “right time” to act because the right time is NOW. You can plan for ages and never know how it would change you life if you finally did it or you can just go ahead and start acting! Build it up for 6 months.
    [Blog] The Future Of Blogging
    Blogging has changed. Blogging is changing. As I experiment and think differently about the value of blogging (see: The End of Blogging ), I thought it would be interesting to discuss blog, writing for the digital channels and what people want/think they want when it comes to content with Mark Schaefer. He's written many successful business books ( Return On Influence , The Tao Of Twitter , Born To Blog , Social Media Explained  and The Content Code ) and brings a wealth of real life experience to the discussion. blogging. born to blog.
    [Blog] How Commentluv Premium Promotes Your Blog
    Metrics indicate many of my blog readers are also bloggers and tweeters. want to help you attract more eyeballs to your blogs and enable other readers to follow your tweets. Additionally, I want to tell search engines that crawl my blog every day to see your links, and, further, contextually link up to three keywords that describe what your blog or website is about. Please continue reading How Commentluv Premium Promotes Your Blog and leave a comment if inspired. Related articles you may enjoy: How CommentLuv Promotes Your Blog. Photo by Edumigue.
    [Blog] Easing Up on the Blog Throttle
    It’s the tension of new business development versus client work versus blogging. Then there is the creative tension of wanting to finish writing The War to Persevere (3/4 of the way there), shoot more photos, and develop better, more visual blog stories. So I’m going to blog less. But what would you say if I told you that my photo blog on Flickr gets as much traffic in a week as my regular blog does in a whole month? If the blog was driving new business like it was five years ago, I would not make the move. Crazy? Maybe. What does that mean?
    [Blog] How to Generate Blog Post Ideas
    More specifically, I’ve feared that I would run out of blog post ideas. You can find blogs that will give you a few link building tips each week and then I go ahead and write 15 in one post. You will find blogs with tips here and there on Wordpress SEO , and I go and write what I think is the only guide you’ll ever need. Thanks Don’t think these are just generic articles that you’ll find on other blogs either; I actually can’t wait to share some of them with you all. Your blog is the only one i read regulary so no offense ^^.
    [Blog] 3 Blogs That Remain Missed
    David Mullen once wrote a blog about communications , Andrea Hill wrote a blog about digital interactions , and Warren Sukernek wrote a blog about Twitter. None of their blogs exist today. That is, you can read their blogs but they don’t publish new content anymore. This fact of life is unfortunate because I subscribed to their blogs, loyally visited when new articles were published, and commented a lot. Despite the contrary, blogging is not dying and you should not consider the idea. Need to be inspired to write something on your blog?
    [Blog] It's Never Too Late To Start A Blog
    Well, of course someone who loves to blog is going to say that it''s never too late to start a blog. I was asked to give a presentation this past week in London for the London Bloggers Meet-up (many thanks to Bernie, Andy and David for pulling this together). deep-dive into the merits of blogging. Blogging as a euphemism. I use blogging as a euphemism for putting your thinking out there. Writing is where my heart lies, and I publish that writing (primarily) on a blog. What I love most about blogging is the immediacy of sharing. blog is your land.
    [Blog] 3 Ways to Transform Your Blog Into a SEO Machine
    While this may be perfectly fine for a family event or a toddler that doesn’t know the difference, who wants to put time and effort into a business blog if readers aren’t showing up? Over 80% of blogs stagnate with no traffic and few readers but, like Jillian’s birthday party, the problem often lies with how people are invited to participate. What are the most effective ways to get blog posts read? If you have a few hours to invest, here are 3 ways to transform your WordPress blog (or website) into a search-friendly traffic generator.  All She blogs at [link].
    [Blog] Challenge to Increase Blog Visitors
    Google Analytics tells me that 538 visitors came to my blog in July 2015, spending an abysmal 32 seconds here and causing the bounce rate to jump to 77 percent. In other words, 93% of you visited more than one blog page at the beginning of the year but only 23% of you clicked around last month. Here’s to blogging! Related Stories Who You Are Hello 2015, Goodbye Comments No More: Daily Blogging. Blog News blogging metricsJanuary saw 923 visitors and a 7% bounce rate. Bounce rate is a key metric to determine website health.
    [Blog] 8 Tips for Successful Business Blogging
    What is involved in having a successful business blog? This is a question that many companies both new and old often struggle with when deciding to start a blog. Blogging is not as easy as many think and, with all of the competition out there, it’s even harder to achieve true success. You can spend 12 hours a day working on your blog but, if you’re not doing the right things, you’ll waste your time and lose potential customers. This also means that you’ll need to host your own blog. Social interactivity is a must for your blog. Features blogging
    [Blog] Analysis: Revealing the Highest Earning Blogs that Sell Advertising
    It has been a long time since I published a data-centric blog post, even though they’re often my favourite to write and tend to get the best response. Today I’m going to share with you some of the biggest earning blogs (and a few non-blogs) on the web that don’t rely on affiliate links or selling products. Of course, there are blogs making much more money than this – Digital Photography School, Huffington Post, TechCrunch, etc – but there isn’t much inspiration when you think of how many people are actually working on those sites.
    [Blog] 3 Reasons List Posts Are Guaranteed Blog Traffic Boosters
    And what if the headline had been “Boost your Blog Traffic” instead? What if the original title of this post had been “Boost Your Blog Traffic”? And I’ve seen blog posts and magazine articles that are just about that jumbled. Based on many of the blog posts and articles I’ve seen, it’s going to take a hell of a list to make those comprehensible. And readers know that when they’re being told how to “Boost Your Blog Traffic.” blog post is around 300 – 400 words. Admit it. So why, how, what?
  • AGORA PULSE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2016
    [Blog] 4 Ways Facebook Instant Articles Will Change Blogging Forever
    Facebook Instant Articles is Facebook’s latest way for you to engage your audience with material you post on your blog. Guidelines for ads on your blog and new monetization options. Facebook Instant Articles is also now bringing Facebook ad standardization to blogging. Additionally, publishers with a blog can monetize their blog by placing ads in Facebook Instant Articles. While limiting ads on a blog has long been best practice, it has been debated how much and where. Blogging as an interactive experience. Mobile matters. Click To Tweet.
    [Blog] 9 Tips to Perfectly Pitch Your Guest Blog Post
    Read the whole entry. » Content Marketing be respectful catchy subject line creative content editing guest blogging imagery managing editor pitch a guest post relationship building visual storytelling writing Themanaging editor rolehas existedsince traditional media emerged, however today’s digital editor has evolved into much more than a piece of paper and a red pen. constantflurryof pitches and eagerauthors combined with the actual reviewing, editing, formatting, and publishing content makes for a very complex position.
    [Blog] 8 Deep Questions to Define Your Blogging Strategy
     The majority of blogs aren’t a success. Anyone can launch and maintain a legendary business blog, provided they have sufficient dedication and direction. According to HubSpot’s Rick Burnes , one of the worst things you can do is to “start a consistent dialogue with your customers and then stop.” An equally dangerous mistake is to start publishing without knowing exactly what we’re doing… The technical aspect of blogging is certainly important to your success. Blogging goals are like a roadmap. Blogging Content Creation Content Marketing
    [Blog] Why Blog Taxonomies are Important
    Taxonomy is the branch of science involved with classification, and blog taxonomy is the study of organizing your blog for both search engines and human beings. The words and links in these sentences are indexed by search engines, aided by the context of how words describe links and the relationship between all of the links across the blog. Dissecting the blog taxonomy. The blog taxonomy involves two parts; every article on this blog is attributed to a category and a tag. How to Blog: One Topic or Many? Media blogging SEOImage by tiffa130.
  • KIKOLANI  |  SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
    [Blog] How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting
    As some of you may know, I recently launched a photography blog, Photostry. So how do I organize all of those blogs? And naturally, after I organized my photo blogs, the next step was to organize the rest of the blogs I wanted to comment on. The result? I now have a total of 538 blogs, appropriately categorized by the potential Fetching Friday topics they would fit under. Google Reader & Blog Commenting. And worse, on some sites, you have to search long and hard, or even resort to Google search to find that blog’s Twitter. Blogging
    [Blog] Why Blogging can be a Ridiculous Waste of Time
    I often get asked, “Do you make money from blogging?” No one pays me for creating blog posts for my own sites. But, if I DIDN’T blog, no one would know who the heck I was. Blogging is a way to get in front of the right people who are eager to read what you share. Is Blogging A Complete Waste of Time? Some people think blogging is a ridiculous waste of time. It’s no secret that there are many pros and cons to blogging. Blogging Benefits. Blogging Pitfalls. There are an equal amount of cons to blogging.
    [Blog] Blog Tip – Write For Your Readers, Not The Search Engines
    Every once in a while, a friend, colleague, or client will ask how to improve their blog so they can get more traffic. Before we ever dive into the technology behind their blog, I like to explore their content and their attitude toward the search engines. Would you rather have 100 new readers of an article who won’t ever come back and won’t recommend your blog or 25 return readers who consistently return and spread the news about your content to their social networks. I’ll take the latter any day of the week. ” Wrong answer. What did you accomplish?
    [Blog] How to Choose a Format When Writing Your Next Blog Post
    When writing a blog, multimedia is going to keep your readers engaged. This guide will help you figure out whether to choose a video, interview, slideshow, infographic, or traditional article for your next blog post. If part of your routine is sharing your blog posts to Facebook, and all you’ve been sharing are articles, it may be time to go with an interesting video recapping one of the topics your readers are interested in. Take your outreach strategy into account to help you decide which format to use next in your blog. One example is a new blog.
    [Blog] Redesigning Your Blog to Drive Reader Behavior
    Here’s an almost-ready preview: The design is based on the new Streamline child theme that is successfully being used by Danny Brown of Jugnoo – who has forgotten more about blog optimization than I’ll ever know. Lots of blogs out there rarely if ever change their look and layout. In addition to the power of self-expression and the organization of your thinking it mandates, blogging for business has one primary outcome: it triggers desirable behaviors among readers. Instead, the blog is an emcee, not just a vessel for your musings. Why bother?
    [Blog] Worst Blogs Online & Why Technorati Likes Them
    There are good blogs, and there are bad blogs. In an ideal world, all the bad blogs would just go away and no one would ever read them, and all the good blogs – the ones with great design and even better content – would float to the top and thrive. And any blog, good or bad, has the same chance of making it onto the Technorati Top 100. Unfortunately, Technorati doesn’t actually judge the socially redeeming value of a blog; it only gauges popularity, so dumb blogs make it onto the list all the time. Balloon Juice. Really?
    [Blog] B2B Blogging Trends [white paper]
    I’m honored to have been asked to provide some answers to the following questions for B2B Blogging Trends , a white paper produced by Tony Karrer and Tom Pick, the guys behind the great social media for business site  Social Media Informer : What do you see as key trends in B2B Blogging for 2011? If you’ve not started a blog yet, is 2011 the year to do so? Will anything be different in 2011 in marketing your business blog? If you’re still trying to get a blog project approved by the powers that be, this paper will help. Why or why not? Featured
    [Blog] 10 PPC Blogs Every Marketer Should Read
    ” That was when I came across these words in a Moz blog: You offer SEO, Web Design, and PPC. didn’t just survive—I flourished, and I owe my existence to these PPC blogs. To this day, I read every single article by these blogs. Get you entire marketing team to read these blogs today! This PPC blog is the gold standard of case studies, experiments, tips, tricks, and predictions about pay-per-click digital advertising. The beauty of this blog is that its writers are fearless. Why should your agency follow this blog? highlight to tweet).
    [Blog] Best New B2B Marketing Blogs – The Blog Tree (Infographic)
    The best B2B marketing blogs are once again creatively presented by marketing automation provider Eloqua and JESS3 in this year’s Blog Tree. As Joe Chernov explains in his blog tree post ,  “All gene pools benefit from healthy DNA, and if the blogosphere is going to continue to evolve, it’s important that new voices are heard. The Blog Tree: New Growth cheers about 60 active, insightful blogs launched (or significantly re-engineered) after January 1, 2009.  It’s truly a collection of the freshest voices on the Web.”
    [Blog] On Influence and Bad Blog Posts
    You see a compelling blog title tweeted, you click on it and it’s end up being something that you might wrap your dead fish in. spam blog , sometimes referred to by the neologism splog , [1] is a blog which the author uses to promote affiliated websites, to increase the search engine rankings of associated sites or to simply sell links/ads. We’re all suckers for a great blog post title. blogging SEO/SEM content marketing social mediaI like differing opinions, thoughts and comments. think it’s good to have a variety of thought. But it works.
    [Blog] 5 Reasons Why It is Hard to Make Money Blogging
    There are literally tens of millions of blogs online and yet only the tiniest fraction of them really make their owners any significant income. While there’s nothing wrong with simply starting a blog for pleasure or as a networking tool, for those people considering trying to make money blogging there are a few home truths you need to be aware of which you might not have considered before. When it comes to getting free traffic from the search engines arguably the most important page of any website (whether that’s a static website or a blog) is the homepage.
    [Blog] 5 Things Blogging Taught Me About Tweeting
    soon got sucked in to a fantastic environment of helpful and knowledgeable tweeps. I was blogging for a while before. When you start out Dino Dogan, a blogger I truly appreciate for his honesty in blogging, taught me that no matter what, replying to each and every comment is key. What blogging taught me right from the start was that I had to lose the self-centered attitude. Consistency in blogging is the lifeline to success I believe. How about blogging and Twitter? Blogging and Social Media Goals for 2010. This is a guest post by Leo Widrich.
    [Blog] “Reclaim Blogging”: Why I’m giving up Twitter and Facebook
    Home Buy Art Here Stormhoek Winer(y) Hughs Book Daily Cartoon Email About Contact/Connect Home Hugh MacLeod Cartoons drawn on the back of business cards August 19, 2011 (3 days ago) “Reclaim Blogging&# : Why I’m giving up Twitter and Facebook. Keeping up a decent blog that people actually want to take the time to read, that’s much harder. The content on your blog, however, belongs to you, and you alone. On both occasions, we were reminiscing about the early days of blogging (I started gapingvoid in 2001, btw. But I will blog more – and better.
    [Blog] The Top 10 Lessons I Have Learned In My First Blogging Year
    Tony Hastings is the man behind the Top 10 Blog. just noticed I have been running The Top 10 Blog for almost 12 months so what a good time to review, and share, the main lessons I’ve learned. I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, a technical expert so, while I know that there are many excellent blog advice articles out there, I hope that you may benefit from this simple common sense approach. Just Get Stuck In: I  must have spent months trying to decide what to blog about before I actually got going. Why is nobody looking at my blog? Nobody cares!
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2011
    [Blog] Do You Read Blogs or Bloggers?
    Olivier Blanchard, Gini Dietrich, Todd Defren, and Kyle Lacy are among many bloggers whose blogs I visit and read regularly. Each writes about the intersect between social media and marketing — but there is a distinction that three blogs share with each other. Here is Olivier Blanchard’s blog: Here is Gini Dietrich’s blog: Here is Todd Defren’s blog: Here is Kyle Lacy’s blog: Do you spot the distinction that Olivier, Gini, and Todd share? Do you recognize how Kyle’s blog name is his own name? Media blogging
    [Blog] How to Get Your Leadership Team To Blog More Effectively
    They have all this expertise they could be sharing, but they just don’t think blogging works from their experience.” It’s an all too common tale: Executives that denounce the practice of business blogging because it hasn’t worked for them. That’s why the best blog posts are clear, easy to consume, and above all else, helpful. In order to get your executive team in line with this method of blogging, here’s what they have to do. Blog More Frequently Remember the frustrated marketing manager I referred to earlier? The And here’s why. They’re doing it wrong.
  • AGORA PULSE  |  MONDAY, JULY 25, 2016
    [Blog] How to Promote Your Blog in 8 Seriously Easy Steps
    Are you missing opportunities to promote your blog? When I first started blogging I’d spend hours writing the perfect post, share it out on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and then move on to the next one. Step 1: Write three  blog headlines. Writing a good blog title is an art. wrote about the process I use to create headlines on my blog earlier this year. It’s worth spending some time crafting not just one, but at least three headlines for each blog post you write. You’ll use each of these when promoting your blog later. Seasonal.
    [Blog] 6 Readers Share Why They Read Blogs by Email
    Why do some people prefer reading blog articles by email? follow quite a few blogs, and I would miss a lot of great content if I used a reader. prefer email because I don’t miss any post from blogs I follow. Karen Bice, an executive assistant in Texas: Email is more convenient to me and less time consuming to stay up with blog subscriptions and Google alerts. I don’t follow RSS feeds as it would be just one more thing I would have to stay on top of. Each email address follows different blogs, predicated on the email persona. devour email.
    [Blog] 8 Stops on the Path to a Better Blog
    You already know that a blog can be a powerful tool for building authority and thought-leadership, sharing benefits of your company/product, and addressing your audience’s needs and concerns. In last month’s Blog Rescue column , we took a look at how a company might traditionally use a blog, but this month, we’re taking a look at a website from UCLA Events & Transportation, (BAGC), aimed at encouraging the UCLA community to consider alternative forms of transportation. Make it easy to share and engage with content on the blog.
    [Blog] This Is My 1000th Blog Post
    Wow, what an amazing ride it’s been. I’m happy to say that this blog post is my 1,000th blog post that I’ve posted on But I honestly can say that I’m quite surprised that I’ve been able to write 1,000 blog posts just on this blog. If you count up all of the other blog posts that I’ve written over the years and contributed to other blogs (not including other blogs I own) it’s a lot more than 1,000, I bet it is well into several thousand blog posts. blogging blogs personal blog
    [Blog] Maximize Blog Traffic with Top 27 SEO Plugins
    Want to maximize your blog traffic? Today, I list 27 of the best search engine optimization plugins available for those looking to get more traffic to their blogs. As the name suggests, All in One SEO Pack gives you everything you’ll need to maximize blog traffic. There are literally hundreds of features (some are exclusive) that can help you maximize your blog traffic. 4.  Content that appeals to search engines and readers gets blog traffic – Squirrly helps you optimize your pages to perfection. WP-Email is an essential plugin for blog traffic. YARPP.
    [Blog] How the Blog Post Op-Ed is Changing News
    With the rise of brand newsrooms, obsession with content, and desire for social media engagement, op-eds on company blogs and sites have more potential than ever to deliver their particular take on any given topic to a news-hungry audience. But curiously enough, branded blogs and articles almost never face the kind of public outcry that, say, FOX News does. Digital Marketing blog post op-ed blog writing branded content content marketing google google alphabet inbound marketing news mediaRight in the Action. What do all these stories have in common? In a recent Inc.
    [Blog] How My Article on Quitting Foursquare Caused a 5500% Spike in Blog Traffic in 1 Day
    Who could predict the rationale for deleting my Foursquare account would cause the largest spike in this blog’s history of daily readership? The average blog post here sees 600 daily visitors. Keep in mind that these are overall blog visitors, not specific to the Foursquare article. 609 StumbleUpon users visited the blog (not specific to the Foursquare article) between October 22 – 29. 2,219 Hacker News readers also visited the blog during that week. Related posts: Why Many Blog Posts Die Quick… But Some Live Forever. Thanks!
    [Blog] Don’t Let Hackers Crash Your Blogging Party
    Are you a full-time blogger earning a living from your WordPress blogs or an aspiring Problogger with your first taste of the freedom that comes from blogging? However, there’s shockingly little on protecting your blogging nest egg. If you rely on income from blogging to support your family you need to secure your WordPress installations immediately. Here are five actionable steps you can take today to ensure hackers won’t disrupt the income stream you’ve worked so hard to build from blogging. Best of Blogging on Kikolani in 2009.
    [Blog] How to Write a Blog Post in 30 Minutes
    What if you could get an entire blog totally ready for publication in this amount of time? Nor do I think that every blog you write should take 30 minutes or less; it’s much better to provide a variety of article lengths and depths to your readers. When I blog, I usually compose in Google Docs, find my statistics and facts via , capture screen caps with Microsoft’s Snipping Tool , and pull my stock images from 0-8 Minutes: Outline your blog. To learn more, check out 15 Call to Action Samples for Rocking Blog Posts that Convert.
    [Blog] How to Claim Your Blog with Technorati
    After 20 minutes of scratching my head and several automated email messages telling me I was unsuccessfully claiming my blog with Technorati (one of the larger blog registries out there), I learned the secret. All I needed to do was create a blog post, just like this one, and insert 4BGUG24BGFTP somewhere inside. Now you know what I know. -- Ari Herzog thanks you for reading How to Claim Your Blog with Technorati on his blog. Once I published the post, the registry would scan the feed and see the new content with the claim code. No related posts.
    [Blog] The Future of Blogging: I Had to Tell You This
    This is an important blog post, because it makes a prediction. prediction about the future of blogging; a platform actively used by over 181 million people (Nielsen data for October 2011). Not only will you learn why I think most blogging advice is dated and ineffective, but I’ll also reveal where I believe this entire industry is heading, so you can stay ahead of the competition. Why the successful ‘make money online’ blogs of the past have now faded into obscurity. Why the Verge was one of the fastest growing blog launches in history.
    [Blog] How Much Time Do You Spend Reading Blogs?
    How do you (Gini, or any of your staff) manage the amount of time you spend reading new blog posts, catching up on Twitter feeds, reading news stories, etc.? Blog Social Media blog reading Blogging elizabeth shelby facebook question time commitmentIt’s the Arment Dietrich Facebook question of the week time and this week’s question comes from Elizabeth Shelby. Elizabeth is a student at NYU, but is from Houston. All that snow is probably killing her right now (and I’m insanely jealous)! Any tips?&#. What are your tips for Elizabeth?
  • KIKOLANI  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011
    [Blog] 5 Tips to Avoid Lawsuits When Blogging
    Bloggers most of the time are more concerned with the amount of visitors than to reflect on the legal implications of blogging. It is important that you have proof of everything that you say on your blog. Always make sure that you check your sources well before posting something on your blog. Some bloggers erroneously believe that they can post anything they want on their blog because they have the rights for free speech. So the next time that you will be making revelations on your blog make sure that you are not publishing any private facts. Blogging
    [Blog] 6 Must-Have Social Plugins for Your WordPress Blog
    This popular plugin lets you incorporate all of your social sharing buttons into a customizable bar that sits on the top or side of each blog post for easy sharing. Creating visually appealing content for your blog has become increasingly important, especially now with the advent of Pinterest. Blogging and Content Creation social media tools all in one seo pack digg digg facebook social plugins Hello Bar inboundwriter photo dropper plugins social plugins wordpressYou can find her tweeting about social media, martinis, and music as @jessostroff. Digg Digg. Photo Dropper.
    [Blog] 35 Killer Blog Post Ideas for an Awesome Business Blog
    To build an awesome business blog, regular updates and original quality content are unquestionable. Copyblogger suggests a variety of tricks, from Google Alerts to mind mapping, or you can start by reviewing the following blog post ideas:  Industry News. Devote a blog post to your team and introduce the folks who make an everyday customer experience so wonderful. Use your business blog to provide regular updates on what is going on in the company; demonstrate your constant progress and evolution. Blog about company features that distinguish you from your competitors.
    [Blog] How to Make Money Online Through Blogging and Writing
    Writing is my number one source of income that has been a result of my blogging activities. Guest blogging isn’t just about getting exposure – there are plenty of sites that will pay you to contribute an article to their site. record each opportunity I find in this spreadsheet which includes payment rates, site traffic, blog subscribers, whether the site offers an author bio, and additional details including a link directly to each site’s write for us page. The following are my tips for getting a paid contributor spot on a great blog. Related Posts.
    [Blog] Tracing the Evolution of a Blog
    Perusing my older stuff from 2007 and 2008, diversity is a good term to describe my blogging style. Blogs I Like (and my first roundup). Let’s Blog About Sex. The Brave New World of Blogging (and my first with a cartoon). 10 Blogs Worth Reading. Culture Blogs Worth Reading. The progression of the above has led this blog to where it is today. -- Ari Herzog thanks you for reading Tracing the Evolution of a Blog on his blog. Related articles you may enjoy: How a Blog Post Could Go Viral. Social Media Blog Posts I Like.
    [Blog] 9 Data-Driven Tips for Using Images in Blog Posts
    How much effort do you put into images for your blog posts? In fact, it matters a ton because it’s what your readers will notice first when they click on your blog posts. That definitely means you need an image in every blog post you create. The most successful blog posts probably use more images than you do. In fact, the average among the 100 most popular blogs in a  survey by Blog Pros was really high. Patel reports that blogs with data graphics  receive 258% more trackbacks than content featuring any other kind of image. Love this blog?
    [Blog] 8 Substantive Blogs to Read
    Here are eight blogs that seem to deliver great marketing, media and communication content day-in, day-out without getting stuck in the echo chamber’s pedantic chatter. While just a few of the many strong blogs out there, they deliver regular delightful reads. Danny Brown’s Social Media Marketing Blog – A strong read almost every post, Danny always makes you think. Perhaps that’s why this blog works so well, it’s relentlessly focused but always with personal passion and a can-do dreamer’s attitude. Image by Ed Schipul.
    [Blog] How I Set Up My WordPress Blog In 2 Hours
    But really, how many blogs does a gal need? If you and I talk regularly on Twitter, or Facebook… heck, even in the early days of WUL (and I have to stifle a giggle as I say that, because this blog is barely two years old!), you’ll know that I love food. So it’s probably high time that I started a food blog. On Waxing UnLyrical, my regular bloggers and I take blogging about the business of public relations, in all its facets, very seriously. registered the domain and immediately got excited, envisioning the coolest food and cooking blog evah!
    [Blog] 5 Essential Qualities of Growing Your Blog Quickly in a Crowded Niche
    We all want our blogs to grow. I do, you do, we all do. For those of you unfamiliar with Danny, he started his blog Firepole Marketing at the beginning of 2011 and managed to not only build a name for himself, but also produce one of the Year’s best works (IMO) with his excellent book, Engagement From Scratch , a must read for any blogger. Not only did he produce 2-3 great articles each week on his own blog, but he also managed to land more guest posts in one year than anyone I’ve ever seen… by a landslide. Learn to Post Powerful and Effective Blog Titles.
    [Blog] 7 Writing Strategies to Boost Traffic on Your Blog
    Every blogger wants to boost traffic on their blog, but not everyone has the right online writing strategies. Contrary to what newcomers to the blogosphere believe, blogging can be tough. It takes time, money, and experience to build a findable business blog that people want to read and follow, not to mention passion and determination. New blogs pop up every day. Want to increase traffic to your blog? Writing Strategies: 7 Ways to Boost Blog Traffic. 1. Optimize old blog posts. Comment on other blogs. Image source. Update more often.
    [Blog] 10 Steps to Creating Reader-Oriented Blog Content
    Reader-oriented blog content writing is simple once you are familiar with the basic building blocks required to draw the reader in and keep them reading. If your blog is about the latest business trends in fine dining, talk to local restaurant owners. Sprinkle your blog with a variety of posts that include illustrative stories, how-to articles, product reviews, interviews, personal anecdotes and tips. Ask them what they like and what they dislike about your blog, and then act on the answers. How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting. Blogging
    [Blog] Blog World LA 2011 Recap – Session Notes and Experiences from #BWELA
    Because I decided the night before, until 2:30am in the morning, was a great time to update my blog with new pages for my favorite subjects ( blogging , business , SEO , and social media ) and my new services. We chatted for a bit about guest blogging (he’s posted just about everywhere including Mashable and Social Media Examiner ). ” Expand onto different platforms because different people may only follow you on one (Twitter, blog, YouTube, etc.). Do more than just a blog post for a product review. Did you go to Blog World? Thursday.
    [Blog] Top 11 Social Media Marketing Blog Posts of 2011
    Here are the top 11 social media marketing posts on the Firebelly blog in 2011 based on number of views. Facebook For Business Tip #1: Pages not Profiles. Social Search: Tempur-Pedic “Ask Me” Commercial. 9. Facebook For Business Tip #8: Wildfire Contests. 8. Gettin’ Unique With QR Codes. 7. Make Your Social Media Sharing Buttons Effective. 6. Facebook for Business Tip #4: Custom “Tabs”. 5. How To Build Your Own Social Network On WordPress. 4. Realities About Facebook Page Likes (And Why Big Like Numbers Mean Nothing). 3. Social Media Mistakes Easily Prevented By Common Sense. 2.
    [Blog] Best Business Blogging Guides and Tips of 2010
    How can you improve your blog’s position in search engines? Discover the answers to all of these questions and more here in the final selection of the best guides and tips for business blogging from the past year. Blogging Guides, Tips and Techniques. The Step-by-Step Guide to Guest Blogging by 2 Create a Website. One key way to spread the fame of your own blog is to guest post on others; you reach a new audience, hopefully pick up some new fans, and get valuable backlinks to your blog. Why Host a Blog on Your Corporate Website? Blog SEO.
  • KIKOLANI  |  MONDAY, MAY 24, 2010
    [Blog] Income Blogging Guide Course Review
    The Blogging Income Guide Course is by someone who I have been following for awhile now, and is well know by several people that I fully trust. Since I feel the following course would be valuable to many of my readers who are interested in making money online and will provide what is advertised, I fully support it as I do other affiliate products I mention throughout my site such as the 31 Days to Building a Better Blog and Thesis. Who is Behind the Income Blogging Course. Joel Williams is the author of Blog Tech Guy , which covers blogging and WordPress.
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