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  • 9 Crucial Tips for Self-Editing Your Blog Posts (That Every Blogger Can Use)

    Guest Blogger
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:46 am
    This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke of Zen Optimise. Image via Flickr user Dan Patterson Have you ever glanced at a post the day after publishing it … only to notice a glaring error? In an ideal world, you’d have a professional editor helping with your posts, making careful adjustments and double-checking things with you until your post is the polished masterpiece it deserves to be. In the real world, chances are you’re on your own. If your post is going to be edited, it’s up to you to do it. Whether you’re a highly experienced writer or a new blogger who’s very unconfident…
  • Malware and Viruses: How Infected Are We?

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    The other day, I had a very confusing day, thanks to my laptop going nuts on me. I thought for sure that I got infected by a virus or some malware. No matter what search I did on Google, I always got redirected to search results for “biometrics”. It didn’t stop there. When creating a new post, the title field and time stamp kept reverting to specific data. And I panicked. I immediately downloaded Avast for Mac and did a full system scan, but everything was clean. After a lot of swearing, sweating, and resisting the urge to smack my laptop, I finally found…
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    Free Blogger Templates
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    Healthy Living is a another Blogger template for nutritional blog. The template has a orange background and with menu under the title. It has right sidebar and wide post content. Healthy Living templates has 1 menus for pages. Healthy Living blogger template has by default pages on menu, but also you can add and custom links, since blogger support it. Features: Featured Slider-Show Content – to show your favorite post above the content, simple to edit from blogger panel Ads banners ready – monetize your site, accepted Google ads and any HTML / script code Popular posts in sidebar with…
  • The Perfect Posting Schedule Revealed
    Adrienne Smith
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    Everywhere you turn someone is telling you how many times you should post content to your blog right! They all have their own opinion and they are all always right wouldn’t you agree? I’ve definitely thrown my two cents in the piles numerous times but is there really a perfect positing schedule? I guess one [...]
  • 101 Great Posting Ideas That Will Make Your Blog Sizzle

    I Help You Blog
    3 Feb 2014 | 10:02 am
    Great posts are hard to do consistently on a day-to-day basis. Probloggers really have to work at it. I thought about all the different ways and angles a blogger can approach choosing posting topics. Here are 101 different ideas that I think are great to stimulate your mind and jumpstart your blogging. Brainstorm by matching up your readers wants and needs using the Visitor Grid method of brainstorming<. Write a post by examining the pros and cons of an issue. Write a tutorial. Do an interview with key people in your niche. Create a mock head-to-head competition like what Daniel did. Do a…
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  • 9 Crucial Tips for Self-Editing Your Blog Posts (That Every Blogger Can Use)

    Guest Blogger
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:46 am
    This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke of Zen Optimise. Image via Flickr user Dan Patterson Have you ever glanced at a post the day after publishing it … only to notice a glaring error? In an ideal world, you’d have a professional editor helping with your posts, making careful adjustments and double-checking things with you until your post is the polished masterpiece it deserves to be. In the real world, chances are you’re on your own. If your post is going to be edited, it’s up to you to do it. Whether you’re a highly experienced writer or a new blogger who’s very unconfident…
  • Canvassing ProBlogger Readers: How Have You Built Your Readership?

    Stacey Roberts
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:13 am
    As you might be aware, each month this year we are running a themed week – delving in deep the topics that are of the most interest to you. We started with creating content, moved on to resources for newbie bloggers just starting out, and this month we had an epic drilldown into creating products to sell. Our next themed week is all about building readership and creating community on blogs. We are looking for people with success stories in different niches – have you build a great readership? Or know of someone who has? If you are interested in sharing your story here on…
  • When Journalism and Blogging Collide: 7 Reporters’ Tactics to Make You a Better Blogger

    Guest Blogger
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:36 am
    Image via Flickr user Binuri Ranasinghe. This is a guest contribution from journalist and blogger Christian Toto. Journalism appears to be a dirty word in 2014. Some people blast reporters for their perceived biases. Others say journalists simply protect the status quo rather than speaking truth to power. Everyone else is is fed up by reporters paying more attention to a twerking Miley Cyrus than the deficit or health care. None of this means journalism skills aren’t a great way to separate your blog from the competition. In fact, blogging with Cronkite-colored glasses can help your site…
  • 6 Lessons for Writing Irresistibly Magnetic Blog Post Headlines

    Guest Blogger
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:30 am
    This is a guest contribution from Matthew Capala of Many newbie (and sometimes even veteran) bloggers erroneously spend 95% of their time creating blog content and only 5% pondering titles. Unfortunately for these bloggers, most readers’ attention spans expire in seconds. Unless you reel in your readers instantly, your well-crafted content goes largely unnoticed and going viral becomes impossible. Set aside at least 15 to 30 minutes for choosing a magnetic title after crafting your post. List three to five intriguing titles guaranteed to increase your CTR and page views.
  • How to Convince Someone to Be Interviewed on Your Blog

    Darren Rowse
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:47 am
    This question was submitted recently via the ProBlogger Facebook page. How do I get an established blogger like yourself to do an interview with me? or How can I get an established blogger like yourself to do a guest post for me on my blog? – from Sandra Tillman Good questions. I think you’re much more likely to get a popular blogger to do an interview with you than to write a guest post for you. I can only speak for myself really but writing a guest post for someone else’s blog is low on my list of priorities when I already have a blog to create content for. The exception…
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  • Want Copyblogger to Answer Your Specific Business Question? Here’s Your Chance

    Demian Farnworth
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    We see it all the time: questions from people like you who are looking for answers to specific challenges. Questions like: What are the best business models for a hyperlocal site? Do I have the right “Big Idea” for my business? How can I expect a certain content strategy to affect my SEO? Will my strong political or religious views interfere with my Google authorship business profile? Just how can I make the time to get all this content written, anyway? These are the long-tail questions that either we haven’t gotten an opportunity to address on the blog yet, or are so…
  • How to Choose Arresting Images for Your Blog Posts (And Why You Should)

    Jerod Morris
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    You’ve read the headline. You’re intrigued. “But,” you might be thinking, “Why didn’t you choose a different, more arresting image for this post?” Good question. First, because The Lede is a regular post series, and the graphic that Rafal created for us is a clear visual cue to our audience that a new episode has been posted. Second, because we are posting this episode a day early, meaning that the visual cue is extra important to let people know a new little audio gift is unexpectedly waiting to be unwrapped. But, if we didn’t already have an…
  • The Simple Truth People Forget When Trying to Grow a Business

    Sean Smith
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    You want to grow your business, right? You want downloads of your app, people buying your products, readers on your blog, and evangelists on social media, don’t you? Fair enough, that’s what we all want. But you’re missing something essential. People won’t ever know you, hear from you, understand you, follow you, or engage with you because of one simple flaw. Your target isn’t small enough. Seems counter-intuitive doesn’t it? It isn’t. Building an audience online should be born the same way it is offline: from person-to-person. First, define who you are…
  • Are You Really a Writer … Or Just a Copyist?

    Raubi Perilli
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    There is a terminology problem plaguing the content community. It’s confusing marketers, it’s misleading clients, and it’s causing an identity crisis among content creators everywhere. It seems that no one really knows what it means to be a writer. And Merriam-Webster isn’t much help when it comes to defining this person. A “writer is someone whose work it is to write books, poems, stories, etc.” Or even more vague, a writer is “someone who has written something.” And as Sonia Simone recently pointed out here at Copyblogger, there are even some…
  • 12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work)

    Demian Farnworth
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Despite all the hype, native advertising remains a fuzzy concept for most marketers. According to our 2014 status report: 49 percent of respondents don’t know what native advertising is 24 percent are hardly familiar with it Another 24 percent are somewhat familiar Only 3 percent are very knowledgeable So, given the lack of awareness (and people mistaking it for other things, like sponsorship), we thought it would be a good idea to walk you through about a dozen examples of native advertising — and why they work. Let’s get going. 1. Print advertorials … starting with…
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    John Chow dot Com

  • SiteGeek Helps You Pick a Better Web Hosting Provider

    Michael Kwan
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:12 am
    It doesn’t matter just how fantastic your website may be if visitors can’t actually access it. Whether you run a blog, an e-commerce site or any other kind of online business, choosing the right web hosting provider is absolutely crucial to your success. What’s worse, many people who are shopping around for web hosts don’t even know what they should be looking for in the first place! A new comparison engine has popped up called SiteGeek and it aims to provide you with comprehensive, objective reviews of thousands of different web hosting companies. Better still, all of…
  • $85,987.37 – My Updated MTTB Income for March 2014

    John Chow
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:51 am
    You may recalled that I posted my March income from MTTB (My Top Tier Business) at the start of this month. To recap, I stated that I made $76,400.41 from MTTB for March 2014. That’s a nice amount of money for sure. However, it really doesn’t mean much until I see it in my bank, PayPal, or eWallet account. The earnings also goes through an audit so the final number could be higher or lower. Get Paid Every Two Weeks MTTB does 15 day payouts. This is very important because most ad networks and affiliate networks use a 45 to 60 day payout. This mean that money earned in January…
  • $45 For A Cup Of Coffee

    John Chow
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:39 am
    Scale Vs. Magnitude Here is a fundamental truth for making money online. Unless you can do majorly big numbers (have scale), you must sell your products or services at premium prices (magnitude) or your business will inevitably die. This has been proved time and time again. For example, you can get to $1 million in just 100 steps if you’re selling at a $10,000 price point. If you’re selling a $10 product, it’s going to take you 100,000 steps. However, I think many people don’t quite get all this, because they’re viewing everything from THEIR perspective. See,…
  • Google Adwords for Beginners

    John Rampton
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:49 pm
    For the people out there that are new to the “adwords” world, first of all – welcome! – secondly, we have put together some of the best tips and ideas to look for in adwords campaigns. SEM campaigns are generally focused on statistics and numbers – no matter what size account they are managing. Every keyword, or ad group, typically needs to be thoroughly researched depending on what your specific goals are, and what you are wanting to gain from it. Here we will review a few key points to keep in mind as you get started! First of all is a statistic called “click through…
  • Dot Com Pho – Sitting At The Kids’ Table Edition

    John Chow
    12 Apr 2014 | 4:47 pm
    It was getting a bit too hot in Orange County, so I decided to jet back to Vancouver in time for the weekly Dot Com Pho meetup with the original Dot Com crew. The crew has gotten a lot younger since I left. Either that, or we all gotten a lot older and decided to have kids. Our table was overran by the cute little monsters. Thanks to the baby sitters knows a iPad and iPhone, we were able to keep them entertained so we had time to discuss important world issues, like whether to buy a gullwing Mercedes SLS AMG or a convertible one. The episode of Dot Com Pho was filmed and processed right at…
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    Daily Blog Tips

  • Writing Clinic #6: Denise Hisey’s Post

    Ali Luke
    18 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    Welcome back to Writing Clinic! This is the last review I’ll be doing: next week I’ll sum up some of the key points that have come up during the clinic. Many thanks to all those who submitted posts, and sorry if you submitted one that I didn’t get a chance to review. Today’s post is by Denise Hisey. She sent me an unpublished draft, and it’s not too long, so I’m going to share the whole thing with you here. Her blog is inspired2ignite, with the tagline “Moving From Surviving to Thriving”.   Anger with a D is Danger. That’s the kind of anger I had. Anger used to be my…
  • Invest in a SSD When You Can

    Daniel Scocco
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:13 pm
    Some weeks ago I wrote a post mentioning two things I believe are worth investing in for your office or home office: a big monitor and a good chair. Now I have a third item to add to that list: a SSD. SSD stands for Solid-state drive. It’s basically a hard-drive with no moving mechanical parts. It uses integrated circuits to store data, much like a USB flash drive. Last week my main hard-drive started to fail, and that’s when I started looking for a substitute. Initially I was considering a standard 500GB disk, but I figured two things: 1. I never use even half of the capacity of…
  • How and Why Images Help Readers Engage with Your Blog Posts

    Ali Luke
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:49 am
    This is a guest post from Joshua Danton Boyd. I’m massive fan of cats. I even wrote an article about the ones living on my street and what you can learn about freelancing from them. This also means that I study every lost cat poster I see just in case I can help. I was walking to work the other day when I spotted one, but I paid no attention. Why? There was no picture. It was all text, just a title and a description of the cat. It kind of shocked me that that was all it took for me to not acknowledge something I’d usually stop to stare at. Even if your subject matter is interesting to…
  • Three Easy but Powerful Ways to Start Your Blog Post

    Ali Luke
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:01 am
    Do you ever come up with a great title … then struggle to begin your post? The introduction (the first few lines or paragraphs of your post) is absolutely crucial. Assuming you get them right, they’ll draw readers in and lead them to the main body of your post. It’s easy to make the wrong first impression, though … so here are three different ways to begin. #1: Ask a Question This is my favourite technique (just glance up to the top of this post to see an example). It’s usually really easy to find a question to kick off your post — something that readers are likely to…
  • Writing Clinic #5: Tom Roelandts’ Post

    Ali Luke
    11 Apr 2014 | 8:41 am
    Welcome back to Writing Clinic! If this is the first Writing Clinic post you’ve read, here’s a quick reminder of how it works. I take a look at a blogger’s post (published or unpublished) and explain what’s working well and what might need some tweaking. The posts can be on any subject, and we’ve had quite a range so far. If you’d like to submit a post,there are guidelines and instructions here.   Today’s post is by Tom Roelandts and it’s titled Do Not Ignore the ASTRA Toolbox! Tom’s blog is pretty technical (covering topics like photography, mathematics, and…
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    Online Marketing Blog

  • Online Marketing News: Photos > *, Twitter Has A Problem, Mobile Makes A Big PPC Impression

    Ben Brausen
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    #PutAWingOnIt KFC’s Chicken Corsage Just Went Viral - Prom season is in full swing, and KFC wants to add a little something to the big night: a chicken snack on your date’s wrist. USA Today Study: Brands still overwhelmingly prefer photos on Facebook - Though Facebook has tried to make its link share post format more visual, with bigger images, many marketers still prefer to simply post photos (usually with a link) to their Facebook pages. Inside Facebook Twitter Faces User Interaction and Retention Problems - New research shows that Twitter is facing user interaction and user…
  • The Hidden Value of Influencers in B2B Content Marketing

    Lee Odden
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:59 am
    In the 2014 B2B Content Marketing Trends report from Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs, the top challenges that B2B content marketers face include: lack of time, not being able to produce enough content, not being able to create the kind of content that engages, lack of budget, and lack of content variety. Sound familiar? Stats like “Buyers are two-thirds to 90% through the sales funnel before they contact sales” (Forrester) and “72% of B2B buyers use social media to research solutions to purchase.” (DGR 2014 B2B Buyer Behavior Survey) have a lot of B2B marketers focusing…
  • Where to Learn About B2B Social Media, Influencer Content Marketing, Future of Digital PR & SEO

    Lee Odden
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:02 am
    During the first 3 months of 2014, I’ve had a great opportunity to connect with marketers from London to Las Vegas sharing best practices and learning what’s on the mind of the marketing and PR community. Those experiences have helped me take the temperature of what marketers questions are so I can apply those insights in our consulting and for future presentations. Topics that seemed to be high in demand include working with influencers in combination with content marketing and social media.   As popular as content and social media marketing are in terms of increasing budgets…
  • Social Media Smarts Interview: Justin Levy, Global Social Media at Citrix

    Lee Odden
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:43 am
    When I first met Justin Levy a number of years ago, he gave me a business card for a Brazilian steakhouse and I didn’t quite make the connection with the social media conference we were at. Following him online and running into each other at numerous conferences since, I’ve learned three things about Justin:  1. He’s incredibly fit.  2. He’s an amazing cook.  3. He’s equally intelligent and passionate when it comes to social media. In this Social Media Smarts interview, Justin covers everything from how he came in to the social media world to how marketing and…
  • Online Marketing News: IRS Trusted More Than Facebook, Up & Down of Social Service, Analytics Out of Beta

    Ben Brausen
    11 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    Customer Service Inquiries Up 44 Percent on Twitter — But Response Times Are Down - While many brands are getting better at engaging audiences on social media, customer service still presents a challenge. According to a Simply Measured Analytics about how top brands use Twitter for customer service, mentions of dedicated customer service accounts on are up 44 percent but the average response time is down 10 percent. SocialTimes 6 Types Of Social Sharer [Infographic] - According to a NY Times study, we all fall into 6 broad categories of online sharer. The following infographic by StatPro…
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    The Edublogger

  • 11 Ways to use Symbaloo in the Classroom

    9 Apr 2014 | 4:05 am
    NOTE: This is a guest post by Mimi Chau from the Symbaloo team. Edublogs just rolled out a free Symbaloo plugin available to all users that we think you’ll enjoy! What is Symbaloo? Symbaloo is a free social bookmarking tool. A fun and simple way to organize and store all your digital resources in the cloud. You can categorize your resources, share and access them from any device. Meanwhile, Symbaloo is a free educational tool, SymbalooEDU Premium is a resource management system that offer classrooms, schools, and districts a customized SymbalooEDU page with a dedicated URL to distribute…
  • Gaming in Education Revisited – KerbalEDU!

    Elliott Bristow
    1 Apr 2014 | 1:25 am
    A few months ago I wrote an article about how video games were starting to find their way into the education system, with a less than subtle nudge from organisations like Teacher Gaming, makers of MinecraftEDU. Capture important numbers and statistics in the flight recorder, and export to a graph or spreadsheet for your class Well, the guys at Teacher Gaming have done it again! This time they have turned their hand to the popular space simulation game Kerbal Space Program, with the arrival of a Mod for the game known as KerbalEDU! Although still in the very early development stages, the…
  • Which 1-to-1 Device Is Best in the Classroom?

    Ronnie Burt
    18 Mar 2014 | 9:10 pm
    A few weeks ago I made the switch from an original-sized iPad to a much smaller Nexus 7. At first I was nervous to give up the larger screen size, but I’ve been really surprised by one key thing. I find myself typing and inputting way more on the smaller device than I did on the iPad. To type on the iPad, I pretty much needed to set the iPad on a table. But on the smaller tablet, I can hold it like a phone and go at it with just my opposable thumbs. This got me thinking that perhaps the smaller tablets might make a much better device in the classroom than a larger tablet (like an iPad…
  • Listly In The Classroom – What, How and Why?

    Elliott Bristow
    13 Mar 2014 | 11:20 am
    For the 2013 Edublog Awards, we were excited to discover Listly to help with the voting process. Listly is a free web tool that makes it easy to create, curate, collaborate, and share lists on the web. And even embed them in your blog! We thought that our community might be interested in hearing some more information about this handy list creation tool, so we asked Nick Kellet, Co-Founder of Listly, if he could provide us with some details about the Listly service. We hope you enjoy reading through! From Nick Kellet, CoFounder of Listly Less Tools, More Applications: Why use Lists to Create,…
  • Learn: The Free Spring Blog Festival (March 14-16)

    Ronnie Burt
    12 Mar 2014 | 6:43 am
    Anyone looking to learn more about blogging in education should check out the FREE 3-day blog festival later this week! See the full schedule and details here. Sessions cover all types and levels of blogging – there’s something for everyone. Follow along and participate using the hashtag #springblogfest too. Here’s a highlight of a few sessions: March 14 9 AM EST  Opening Ceremony and What’s Ahead March 14 10 AM EST Shelly Terrell Microblog, Vlog, Reblog! How the Evolving Web Has Transformed Blogging March 14 12 PM EST Marisa Constantinides Why do I blog? March 15 12PM…
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    The Blog Herald

  • How to Conquer Your Fear of Failure in Blogging

    Robyn-Dale Samuda
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:18 pm
    “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” Thus said Franklin D. Roosevelt in his 1932 presidential election campaign speech. Powerful words indeed. They shed light to the fact that we oftentimes give in to our natural reflexes and responses without ever truly thinking about the effect of the particular emotion. Fear is a destructive force and those who succumb to it are defeated before the task or battle has begun. Now the most damaging effect of fear is that we…
  • 5 Things to Do Before Launching Your Site

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Anyone can build and launch a web site these days, what with all the tutorials and tools available for free (and for a price, for those who are willing to pay). Of course, you can always pay someone to do the job for you, but if you’re going into blogging anyway, why not learn everything you can and do things yourself? Image source If you’re planning on launching your site, you probably have already done your research; but we’re here to give you a little more help just to make sure that you get things right. Here are five things to do before launching your site. 1. Choose…
  • The Future of SEO – How Every Blogger Needs to be Positioned to be Successful

    Robyn-Dale Samuda
    9 Apr 2014 | 4:21 pm
    Let’s face it, search engine optimization as we know it is an ever-evolving, not dying, art. Gone are the days of simply throwing up a couple targeted keywords, dumping a ton load of miscellaneous backlinks and walking straight to the bank. Google is winning the battle against search engine manipulation slowly but surely. Though the vast majority of us are so mad at Google for it’s actions against web spam through algorithmic changes and direct penalization against particular website, we need to remember: a) Google is a private company and not a public service – they can do…
  • Best Travel Bloggers Dish Out Sage Advice

    Blog Herald
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:28 am
    What can you learn from the best travel bloggers? Quite a bit, regardless of what kind of blogger you are, from foodie to relationship disher-upper, or even if you haven’t quite started a blog (yet). Travel bloggers provide a unique perspective, which can be challenging, considering there are over 1.3 million blogs dedicated to travel alone; only a few of them are monetized and garner enough followers to put them at the top of the class. The Huffington Post recently named the top travel bloggers around the world who blog in English, and came up with an impressive list of candidates for the…
  • A Guide to Improving Brand Sentiment In Social Media

    Blog Herald
    3 Apr 2014 | 11:04 pm
    One thing we learn from a very young age is that being liked matters. From being chosen on the best football team to getting that dream job ahead of someone equally as capable, being seen in a positive manner and with positive sentiment is of notable benefit. The same is true for brands and if people have a high opinion of your services or product, then they’ll find it more desirable and be more inclined to purchase it. In this day and age brands tend to deal with people on a one-to-one level mainly over social media. So, creating positive sentiment on social media around your brand is…
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    Dummies Guide to Blogger

  • Blogger Post Editor HTML mode and COMPOSE mode

    28 Mar 2014 | 7:26 pm
    To write a post and upload photos etc., first sign into (Dashboard). Then either click the orange quick edit pencil icon to open the Blogger post editor. The Blogger post editor has 2 mode, the HTML mode or the COMPOSE (WYSIWYG) mode. Below is a screenshot of the post editor in the HTML mode: If you click [COMPOSE], it will then change to the COMPOSE (What You See Is What You
  • Publishing HTML special characters the easy way

    16 May 2013 | 6:44 am
    If you want to write a post displaying HTML tags, you cannot write them in the post editor as is direct. If you do, after publishing, those HTML tags will be interpreted as HTML codes and the HTML tags will not be displayed as is. To display HTML tags after publishing you will have to encode/convert them as explained at How to post special characters. An easier method is to use HTML encoder/
  • How to leave Google Group

    9 May 2013 | 6:00 pm
    Blogger which is owned by Google do not have direct support for users. This is also true for the majority of other Google's products. User support is provided via public forums using Google Groups where volunteer Google Top Contributors assisted by Google Employees help out. For Blogger, the public forum is at Blogger Help Forum. It would be wise to become member of this forum and if you have
  • Custom domain advice: save blogspot URL (address)

    22 Apr 2013 | 12:57 am
    Have you registered your own domain and converted your blogspot blog to custom domain? If so, I highly advise you to record the original blogspot URL (address) in some place safe and easily retrievable. Reason: if ever your blog is wrongly identified as a spam blog or for TOS violation, the original blogspot URL will come in handy because you cannot use the custom domain URL to request for
  • How to post special characters

    1 Mar 2013 | 4:06 am
    This is how to post special characters like † ‰ ♠ ♣ ♥ 1. sign into Dashboard 2. refer to LIST or to this LIST2 or for HTML entities refer to LIST3 3. type the codes for the characters where you want them. 4. click Preview to make sure the characters appear as you want them to be 5. if so, save. For example, if you want to display <a href="X">A</a>, you will have to type the following into your
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    Quick Online Tips

  • Download Google Camera App to Defocus Background

    P. Chandra
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:35 am
    Want to blur and defocus background in photos? Download Google Camera app, a new standalone Android app that enhances the power of your Android smartphone. This smart background blur photo technique is a craze and it seems everyone wants to use it. Google Camera just made it possible for everyone. Lens Blur and Defocus Background Lets ... Read more Read full original article at Download Google Camera App to Defocus Background©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
  • Buy Cheaper Microsoft Office 365 Personal at $7/mo

    P. Chandra
    15 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    Microsoft has launched a much cheaper version called Microsoft Office 365 Personal Edition that costs just $6.99/month on subscription and $69.99 for a year. After launching the much hyped free Office for iPad, users realized it only allowed read access to these files, and they needed to buy an Office 365 subscription to edit or create Office ... Read more Read full original article at Buy Cheaper Microsoft Office 365 Personal at $7/mo©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
  • The Best Time to Buy Google Glass is NOW!

    P. Chandra
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:51 am
    You can buy Google Glass right now, available for $1500 for immediate purchase through the Google Glass Explorer program. It is a limited time offer and is expected to be over before you even realize it. Forget the Google Glass invites, this is the time to buy your own Google Glasses. Buy Google Glass Today ... Read more Read full original article at The Best Time to Buy Google Glass is NOW!©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
  • Google Stops Adsense Cheque Payments in India

    P. Chandra
    4 Apr 2014 | 6:22 am
    Google has stopped issuing Adsense check payments in India to Adsense publishers. This is part of the ongoing conversion of accounts to new Adsense payment options, but unfortunately it takes away the easier Adsense cheques which we all used to find in the mailbox every  month, and more recently delivered by local city courier. While ... Read more Read full original article at Google Stops Adsense Cheque Payments in India©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
  • How to Add Reload Buttons, Refresh Page Links

    P. Chandra
    3 Apr 2014 | 5:52 am
    Sometimes you  want to add a refresh page or reload page link to your web page. This might be for purposes when you are live blogging, posting newsy contents in real time or engaging in a quick discussion on quick blogging themes. Javascript Refresh Link The easiest way would seem to link to the permalink ... Read more Read full original article at How to Add Reload Buttons, Refresh Page Links©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
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    Write to Done

  • Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose

    Henri Junttila
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:38 am
    Do you find yourself struggling to write? Sometimes, negative thoughts make it difficult for us to write. As writers, part of our job seems to be to struggle against ourselves. But it doesn’t have to be so hard. You can’t avoid the struggle, but it doesn’t have to paralyze you from doing the work you love. You can fight these negative thoughts – and writer’s block – using a few proven techniques. The key is to learn how your mind works. Dr. David D. Burns, in his book Ten Days to Self Esteem, writes: “When you feel upset, the thoughts that make you…
  • 2 Amazing Ways To Revise Your Novel (And When To Use Them)

    Darcy Pattison
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:47 pm
    You know you need to revise your novel, but where do you begin? The complexity of a novel can be overwhelming. 50,000-150,000 words means you can’t keep everything in your head. Flipping back and forth between hundreds of pages makes it hard to remember where you are. You can’t see the story’s structure. Or can you? Two methods allow you to actually see the structure of a story, regardless of its size.   #1. Shrunken Manuscript   Purely by accident, I invented the Darcy Pattison Shrunken Manuscript Technique. I was broke, but had agreed to review a manuscript for a…
  • 5 Ways To Improve A Perfect Story

    John Yeoman
    4 Apr 2014 | 1:27 am
    You’ve written a story you’re proud of. You’ve edited it until there’s nothing left to do. It’s perfect! Isn’t it? Of course. But how can you enhance it? That’s the challenge I face every day as a “copy doctor” when members of my writing program send me their work-in-progress for my comments. Often I despair. Their stories are excellent. What can I do? Then I ask myself these questions and – in a few moments – I find at least five ways to improve their stories. Apply this checklist to your own work and see for yourself!   1. Do…
  • Scene Stealers: Build Tension

    Vinita Zutshi
    1 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Welcome to Scene Stealers, our series of writing prompts designed to flex your creative muscles. We’re thrilled that so many of you are participating in our writing prompt series. (Read the other Scene Stealers here and add one of your own.)   How it works   We set the scene You steal it, make it your own, and Share your creation in the comments section of this post Of course, it’s perfectly fine if you don’t want to share your work, but we hope you’ll do the exercise anyway.   The ground rules:   Your story must begin with the exact wording we…
  • Spring Clean Your Writing Business And Boost Your Income: 7 Ways

    Francesca Nicasio
    27 Mar 2014 | 7:27 am
    Struggling to increase your income? Maybe the clutter in your life prevents you from seeing and grabbing the lucrative opportunities around you. I encourage you to put on your spring cleaning cap, and spruce up your writing business. Because, believe it or not, cleaning can help you boost your income. This isn’t just about tidying up a room and finding spare change under the cushions. I’m talking about significantly increasing your revenue by removing physical, psychological, and professional blocks from your writing business. Just as spring cleaning your house brightens up your…
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    It's Not a Lecture

  • Fighting fear

    14 Apr 2014 | 7:05 am
    I'm grumpy most mornings without thisDr. Raychelle Burks is a chemist. She is a creative science communicator. She is a passionate advocate for diversity in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). She works very hard to make science, and more specifically chemistry, relevant and meaningful to everyone.  After all, science plays an important role in many of the decisions people make every day.But here's the funny thing about science: you can have it 90 percent right and still completely wrong. You can see two things happening at the same time and wrongly assume that one…
  • This would make a great Nick Kristof column

    17 Mar 2014 | 8:10 am
    canceled due to lack of fundingMy wife shared an article with me that puts a fine point on the criticism of Nick Kristof's recent column imploring scientists to show up more in public and not write all that sciencey stuff in journals that only scientists read:Carole Vance and Kim Hopper, longtime professors at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, learned that they were losing their jobs because they hadn’t brought in enough grant money. Both, ironically, are models for the sort of publicly engaged intellectual Kristof wants to see more of.This obviously gives credence to…
  • #sciosafe thoughts

    9 Mar 2014 | 6:44 am
    Dr. Janet Stemwedel published a lengthy post on the impromptu session she led at ScienceOnline summarizing the actions the co-signers of that post want the leadership of that organization to take. I was at that session, and I think her background and description is an accurate reflection of what was discussed there. It is presented in good faith. I don't know every co-signer, but the ones I do know are people I like and respect very much.My background isn't in science or in science communication, it's in politics and PR. I may come at this issue from a different perspective. But since my…
  • #scio14: evolution is a thing

    7 Mar 2014 | 7:56 am
    In 2010 science communicators watched the beloved flagship of online science writing - - teeter on the brink of disaster.  The popular site suffered an exodus of authors and a blow to its reputation after adding a new blog to its network.  That blog's content was written by an outside corporate interest - but ScienceBlogs didn't adequately and quickly disclose this fact.The ensuing crisis was real and demanded accountability, and it didn't simply confront the leadership of ScienceBlogs. This was a crisis for the community of science writers who weren't…
  • #Scio14 : Science is awesome - AND SO ARE THE PEOPLE WHO DO IT

    26 Feb 2014 | 9:30 am
    A while back Drs. Holly Bik and Miriam Goldstein had a great idea.  They developed An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists and, using that as a primer, proposed a session at ScienceOnline Together to discuss the difference between "getting noticed and GETTING NOTICED."Drs. Bik and Goldstein are right - getting noticed in the right way and for the right reasons isn't easy. Everything from your own ego to cultural issues to the size of your professional network play a role in how you can promote your work, advance your career, and strengthen your reputation. It's even harder when…
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    Blogging Tips

  • Google Breadcrumbs – Why should it matter to you?

    Chitraparna Sinha
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    What are Google Breadcrumbs? Whenever we search anything on Google, the URL of the search results are shown, right? What Google did was change the URL visibility status and introduce a “breadcrumb” system which consists of precise guidelines as to where the user clicking on the words will visit. The breadcrumb trails appear horizontally across the top of a webpage, below the title bars and/or the headers. The visitors are given a link back to the previous navigated pages in the hierarchical site structure. A breadcrumb for BloggingTips looks like: > About Purpose of…
  • Revisiting Google SEO Guidelines

    Chitraparna Sinha
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    While Google continues to be elusive about practices that automatically give blogs higher authority, they have this 32-page long PDF guide which tells us the primary unavoidable factors from SEO perspective. Many of you may have already read this guide and other might be reading about this for the very first time. In both cases, it is a good practice to recon the technical aspects of any blog at regular intervals. Google SEO Guidelines Checklist Print out the checklist below and find out what’s wrong with your blog! Titles: Every blog page should have title tag for easy search engine…
  • Why Newbie Bloggers often Fall into a Pit of Despair

    Suzanne Perazzini
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:17 am
    I have been doing blog critiques for a while now and I see the same mistakes over and over again with relatively new bloggers, and some who have been around for a while and should know better. 1. You create your blog on blogger or instead of going directly to I belong to several blogging Facebook and Google+ groups and the constant question I hear is, “How do I get my own domain and how do I get to use all those plugins you all talk about?” Many of them don’t know the difference between and and I explain it over and over again. I…
  • Top 10 Essential URL Shorteners

    Chitraparna Sinha
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    URL shorteners are services in which, let’s say, a long-ish URL is inserted and at the click of a button, the URL is shortened to a maximum 10-character code. When anyone clicks on this code, they are directed to the original URL. Use of URL Shorteners The important usages are: Sharing of blog posts on social networking sites; Tracking visitors & conversions   Top 10 Essential URL Shorteners There are 100+ URL shortening services. Here, I give you the best of the lot, according to my observation. Your choices can vary so feel free to share it with us. 1. This is the official…
  • How an Organized Work Space Can Increase Productivity

    Zac Johnson
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:26 am
    This post is sponsored by Visa Business and all content is the opinion of the writer. It doesn’t matter if you are a solo-entrepreneur, a blogger or even the CEO of a Fortune 500 company… the setup of your desk and work space can greatly influence your productivity and work flow throughout the day. As an entrepreneur who works from home, I have my own big office to work out of. My desk and office space is exactly the way I want it to be set up, but that doesn’t mean it won’t get messy from time to time. Clutter on your desk can add up quickly and sometimes you just…
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    Lorelle on WordPress

  • Clark College Students Want to Interview You

    Lorelle VanFossen
    5 Apr 2014 | 6:08 pm
    Students in my Clark College WordPress class are required to interview a WordPress professional and member of the WordPress Community as part of their assignments for our student managed site, ClarkWP Magazine. Would you like to be an interview subject? Here are the qualifications. You must use WordPress actively as part of your business. The […]
  • WordPress For Writers: WordPress Author Sites

    Lorelle VanFossen
    16 Mar 2014 | 4:51 am
    In this part of my series on WordPress For Writers, I’ll cover the basic things to consider when using WordPress on site promoting the work of writers and authors. For more on the subject, see other articles in the WordPress for Writers and Authors series. This article assumes you have some basic familiarity with WordPress […]
  • WordPress For Writers

    Lorelle VanFossen
    15 Mar 2014 | 12:23 am
    I will be speaking this year at several workshops and conferences on the subject of “WordPress for Writers.” The workshop covers the basic elements of WordPress content structure and organization, then adds the complexities of a site for writers and authors. This is one of a series of articles on WordPress for Writers and Authors. […]
  • WordPress Workshop for Writers in Salem, Oregon

    Lorelle VanFossen
    2 Mar 2014 | 1:31 pm
    Are you a writer? Author? Thinking about it? Live in the Salem, Oregon, or nearby areas? I’ll be leading a workshop in Salem, Oregon, specifically designed for writers and authors using WordPress. The event is part of the great work the Salem Chapter of the Willamette Writer’s Group, a regional group of writers and authors […]
  • Blog Exercises: Why We Dig

    Lorelle VanFossen
    10 Dec 2013 | 11:26 am
    In the October issue of The Christian Science Monitor, I found this from John Yemma, Monitor Editor: Why we dig, and what we may find Sometimes a portal opens into the world of legend. A stone is rolled away from an Egyptian tomb revealing a 3,300 year old Pharaoh’s power and wealth. A Roman city […]
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    I Help You Blog

  • Looking For Blog Topics? They’re Right In Front Of You

    2 Apr 2014 | 10:48 am
    Whether you’re in a position to take advantage of one or both of the above, here are a few steps to turn news stories into publishing success: Watch television and read newspapers from a marketing perspective and look for media trends. Every day for at least a month, watch as much television news and talk show programming as you possibly can, and read at least one national newspaper and your local daily paper. Pay close attention to which news stories are making the most headlines, and the names of the reporters and producers covering those stories. If you’ve authored a book, ask…
  • Interview Tips… You’ll Need Them If You’re Serious

    14 Mar 2014 | 10:58 am
    Research your subject and use that knowledge. Author Bill Warner, whose articles on model aviation have appeared in publications in the United States, England and France, does extensive research before interviews. He refers to related newspaper and magazine articles, press kits and the person’s Web site, if any. He also talks to people who may know the potential interviewee. All of this can help in formulating a list of questions you want to ask. The person may be an expert from whom you need facts, statistics or an authoritative opinion. Knowing something about the subjects–their…
  • Writing For Yourself Is Key When You’re Thinking Freelancing

    25 Feb 2014 | 9:59 am
    Most writers consider the ability to work at home to be one of the most positive aspects of freelancing. You can get up when you want, work wherever you’re comfortable and wear what you like. Working at home also means having more time to spend with your family. “I love being with my children every day,” says Shirley Kawa-Jump, who divides her time between writing freelance articles and marketing materials. “I see them off to school, go on the field trips, bake the cookies, read them stories at night.” Briggs has been able to save money by keeping her four horses…
  • 101 Great Posting Ideas That Will Make Your Blog Sizzle

    3 Feb 2014 | 10:02 am
    Great posts are hard to do consistently on a day-to-day basis. Probloggers really have to work at it. I thought about all the different ways and angles a blogger can approach choosing posting topics. Here are 101 different ideas that I think are great to stimulate your mind and jumpstart your blogging. Brainstorm by matching up your readers wants and needs using the Visitor Grid method of brainstorming<. Write a post by examining the pros and cons of an issue. Write a tutorial. Do an interview with key people in your niche. Create a mock head-to-head competition like what Daniel did. Do a…
  • Getting Married? Write About It.

    3 Feb 2014 | 10:02 am
    Nicole Burnham Onsi, a freelancer in the Boston area who specializes in bridal-related topics, makes an effort to stay up-to-date on the bridal industry by reading magazines and lurking on message boards where soon-to-be and recent brides post their experiences. She then often takes an “evergreen” topic and gives it a new twist. “You’ll notice that most bridal magazines do all the basic planning articles in-house. If you pitch a story on the different types of invitations brides can order, how to select flowers, etc., you’re likely to get a rejection…
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  • Malware and Viruses: How Infected Are We?

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    The other day, I had a very confusing day, thanks to my laptop going nuts on me. I thought for sure that I got infected by a virus or some malware. No matter what search I did on Google, I always got redirected to search results for “biometrics”. It didn’t stop there. When creating a new post, the title field and time stamp kept reverting to specific data. And I panicked. I immediately downloaded Avast for Mac and did a full system scan, but everything was clean. After a lot of swearing, sweating, and resisting the urge to smack my laptop, I finally found…
  • A Look at Imonomy’s In-Image Advertising

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Ever since the Internet became a household “necessity”, online advertising has become a part of it as well. In some ways, online advertising is not so different from traditional advertising in that it targets specific customers and aims for conversion. In many ways, online advertising is so different from traditional advertising as well. The Internet landscape is in a constant state of flux, and online advertising needs to adjust to all the changes as well. These days, in-image advertising is one of the new ways to catch the attention of customers, without necessarily giving them…
  • 5 Steps To Easily Create Successful WordPress Landing Pages

    16 Apr 2014 | 6:24 pm
    A successful landing page can make or break a product. Poorly crafted landing pages will drive visitors away, while well done landing pages will entice them to learn more and hopefully become a paying customer! In this post I’m going to show you how to use the new FastLine Page Builder plugin to easily bring your landing page ideas to reality within your WordPress powered website. Before you get your hands dirty, you’ll need to do some homework. After all, it’s not about the tools you use, but the content and message you are trying to convey. With that said, let’s get…
  • 5 Ways to Become a Credible Blogger

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Editor’s Note: This post was written by James, a freelance writer, photographer and part-time content creator for RBA Windows. Read more articles from James on his blog InfoBros and follow him on Twitter @JGtheSavage. Image source Every single topic has been the subject of hundreds of blogs. Some were written for specific audiences, some came from less-than-reputable sources, and others were so poorly written that one can barely get through the first sentence. Those blogs don’t do well – what’s worse, they ruin the blogger’s reputation. The most popular blogs on the web…
  • The Future of SEO – How Every Blogger Needs to be Positioned to be Successful

    14 Apr 2014 | 10:56 pm
    Let’s face it, search engine optimization as we know it is an ever-evolving, not dying, art. Gone are the days of simply throwing up a couple targeted keywords, dumping a ton load of miscellaneous backlinks and walking straight to the bank. Google is winning the battle against search engine manipulation slowly but surely. Though the vast majority of us are so mad at Google for it’s actions against web spam through algorithmic changes and direct penalization against particular website, we need to remember: a) Google is a private company and not a public service – they can…
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    ConverStations: Small Business Improvements

  • Getting Customers in the Door with Social Media

    Mike Sansone
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:32 am
    Written by James White With the advent of online shopping and the popularity that it now includes, finding a way to get customers inside your business’ doors has become more of a challenge. While social media has often been a tool for online shoppers to buy items on the Internet, as a business owner, you can also encourage potential customers to visit your location. In order to get customers to go to your brick and mortar business, understanding how to find customers and effectively communicate with them will make you successful. Target Customers Whether you plan on using Twitter, Facebook,…
  • Remember When … in Friday Flutterings

    Mike Sansone
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:07 am
    “It’s a poor sort of memory that only looks backwards.” – Lewis Carroll … Remember when you had to stick your whole arm out of the window to signal other cars about your desire to change lanes or stop (arm out and down, palm open).  - Nowadays, signals are used as people change lanes, but not well before they do (?) and if you had to stick your hand out to signal a stop, the truck behind you would be tailgating too close to see your arm. … Remember when you’d get in trouble if you changed the television channels too quick? Double trouble if you…
  • Items on Your To Do List? Pick One

    Mike Sansone
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:09 am
    Overwhelm. There are plenty of small business owners and solopreneurs who work in a constant state of overwhelm. The opposite of being overwhelmed is probably not being underwhelmed. And par is not simply whelmed – in fact, whelm is a synonym of overwhelm. Finding good flow crushes overwhelm. I see and hear about a lot of to-do lists. It seems these lists are a barometer of overwhelm. So much to do! My to-do list is never ending I want to make a To-don’t list, and it’s on my list of things to get done. My response is simple: Pick One.  Just one. Do that. Focus on one…
  • Never Done

    Mike Sansone
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:35 am
    Continual Improvement Requires Your Continuous Efforts My grandfather was a carpenter by trade. When he wasn’t working on someone else’s house, he was working on his own. Some projects seemed to take a long time because he would work on the others before his own. Yet he was always making small improvements or finishing tasks of the larger projects. During one of his larger projects, I asked when he was going to be done with the house?  ”Never done,” he said. He knew by my raised eyebrows there was at least a handful of follow-up questions in my head. He explained that…
  • Completing a Jigsaw Puzzle Like SmallBizTracks

    Mike Sansone
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:44 am
    Completing a jigsaw puzzle can be a huge task. That’s why when someone brings one out on a snow day, they try to recruit others to join in a team effort. We can look at puzzles as a big job (could take days) or divide it up like a SmallBizTracks series of  smaller projects (might take a few hours). Let’s try the latter. SmallBizTracks Way – Completing a Jigsaw Puzzle Preparation – Find a flat surface and turn all the pieces right side up: Preparation is always an important first step. It allows for discovery of the shapes and sizes while developing ideas on what it…
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    Bloggers Blog

  • Twitter Acquires Gnip, a Social Data Provider

    15 Apr 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Twitter has acquired Gnip, a provider of social data. Read more on Permalink | Recent Headlines | Facebook | Twitter |
  • Image Sharing Site Imgur Raises $40 Million

    3 Apr 2014 | 7:52 am
    Imgur, a popular image sharing site on social media, has raised $40 million in an investment round. Read more on Permalink | Recent Headlines | Facebook | Twitter |
  • Twitter Adds Emoji Support to Web Version

    2 Apr 2014 | 4:19 pm
    Twitter has added emoji support to its web version. There are now little graphics instead of empty boxes. Read more on Permalink | Recent Headlines | Facebook | Twitter |
  • LinkedIn Adds Cats You May Know Feature

    1 Apr 2014 | 5:07 pm
    LinkedIn has added a new feature called Cats You May Know for April Fool's Day Read more on Permalink | Recent Headlines | Facebook | Twitter |
  • Instagram Announces 200 Million User Milestone

    26 Mar 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Instagram announced today it has reached the 200 million user milestone. They also have exceeded 20 billion photos shared so far. Read more on Permalink | Recent Headlines | Facebook | Twitter |
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    WordPress News

  • WordPress 3.9 “Smith”

    Matt Mullenweg
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:33 am
    Version 3.9 of WordPress, named “Smith” in honor of jazz organist Jimmy Smith, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. This release features a number of refinements that we hope you’ll love. A smoother media editing experience Improved visual editing The updated visual editor has improved speed, accessibility, and mobile support. You can paste into the visual editor from your word processor without wasting time to clean up messy styling. (Yeah, we’re talking about you, Microsoft Word.) Edit images easily With quicker access to crop and rotation…
  • WordPress 3.9 Release Candidate 2

    Andrew Nacin
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:47 am
    The second release candidate for WordPress 3.9 is now available for testing. If you haven’t tested 3.9 yet, you’re running out of time! We made about five dozen changes since the first release candidate, and those changes are all helpfully summarized in our weekly post on the development blog. Probably the biggest fixes are to live widget previews and the new theme browser, along with some extra TinyMCE compatibility and some RTL fixes. Plugin authors: Could you test your plugins against 3.9, and if they’re compatible, make sure they are marked as tested up to 3.9? It…
  • WordPress 3.8.3 Maintenance Release

    Andrew Nacin
    14 Apr 2014 | 12:29 pm
    WordPress 3.8.3 is now available to fix a small but unfortunate bug in the WordPress 3.8.2 security release. The “Quick Draft” tool on the dashboard screen was broken in the 3.8.2 update. If you tried to use it, your draft would disappear and it wouldn’t save. While we doubt anyone was writing a novella using this tool, any loss of content is unacceptable to us. We recognize how much trust you place in us to safeguard your content, and we take this responsibility very seriously. We’re sorry we let you down. We’ve all lost words we’ve written before, like an…
  • WordPress 3.9 Release Candidate

    Andrew Nacin
    8 Apr 2014 | 2:05 pm
    As teased earlier, the first release candidate for WordPress 3.9 is now available for testing! We hope to ship WordPress 3.9 next week, but we need your help to get there. If you haven’t tested 3.9 yet, there’s no time like the present. (Please, not on a production site, unless you’re adventurous.) To test WordPress 3.9 RC1, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the release candidate here (zip). If you’d like to learn more about what’s new in WordPress 3.9, visit the work-in-progress About screen in your…
  • WordPress 3.8.2 Security Release

    Andrew Nacin
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:04 pm
    WordPress 3.8.2 is now available. This is an important security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. This releases fixes a weakness that could let an attacker force their way into your site by forging authentication cookies. This was discovered and fixed by Jon Cave of the WordPress security team. It also contains a fix to prevent a user with the Contributor role from improperly publishing posts. Reported by edik. This release also fixes nine bugs and contains three other security hardening changes: Pass along additional…
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  • 内田彩41ー7限定東京日本橋RFCafeでうっちーオリジナルブレンドティーアンドケーキセット発売

    成枝 美色
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:21 pm
    くれぐれも嘘っぽくならないように意識して出会い系サイトで知り合った女性を口説き落としましょう。なかなか頭のいい男だし、事情を良く分かっているんだと思う。 完全な無料サイトでは料金が発生しないので、そのサイトがその人の希望に合わない物ならば、いつでも簡単に退会してしまってもそれは個人の自由で何も問題が起きる必要はありません。お互い顔もわかりませんし、ウソをつかれても正直わかりませんしね。…
  • コラム韓国人たちが安倍首相に対し怒りをあらわにするのは正しいことであり当然だ46

    成枝 美色
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:14 pm
    さほどお金がかかるものではありません。「完全無料」と書いてあるのに知らぬ間に課金されていたりという状況を引き起こす悪質なものも多いのが現状です。 ありがとうございました。整髪されていない不潔そうな、 やはり、サクラとばかり絡んできてしまっているのかもしれません。 それが男性の故意の行動でなくてもエッチの後、濡れているのかどうかがよくわかりません。などすることは考えないで、…
  • 写メを掲載している一般女性の写真

    成枝 美色
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:21 am
    やはり相手とある程度親しくなってからにしましょう。 染めても染めなおせ! って親に言われるし…じゃあ今の状態で似合う服を研究しよう! で月曜日だけでしてきて無事に買ったわけで…本当は人妻と知り合う方法早い段階であなたからメアドを教えるという事も、それに、こちらの話に粘り強く耳を傾けてくれたり、私は何? 何かあったの?…
  • 上司今日は忙しくて疲れたから飲みに行くぞは

    成枝 美色
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:24 am
    建築業の事務所は、 だから、 望月さんね。って答えるヒナちゃんの舞台、「暑いからこそビールがうまい」と考えよう たとえ雨降りの日でも、妹の尻を凝視した。 でも、頭に来たので、待ち合わせ場所に来ないんじゃないか。部屋空いてるといいんだけどね。利用する出会い系サイトを変えてみたほうが、 それはそうであるよね、力強く抱きしめてあげることです。 【攻略情報サイト】…
  • 津波チリ沖地震で日本にも注意報レベル20cm以上1m以下の津波の可能性

    成枝 美色
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:21 am
    由香は聞いているのか、いないのか僕の手の動きに合わせて腰を振っています。こちらもまずは服の上から、そして下着の上から、じっくり愛撫します。と言い、手の動きを早めてまた亀頭の辺りを口に咥える。 一件提案に見えますが相手にその気が無い時には単なる要求になってしまうことに注意しましょう。…
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  • Paste from Word to WordPress without Cleaning Code - Finally!

    16 Apr 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Finally, a day that WordPress users have been waiting to arrive for many years is here. WordPress 3.9 has been released, and you can now copy and paste from Microsoft Word directly into the visual editor in WordPress without all of that extra, messy code being added. Imagine the time bloggers will save! But that's not the only awesome thing in the newest version of WordPress. Check out these highlights: Crop, rotate, resize and edit images directly within the post editor Drag-and-drop images from your desktop to your WordPress dashboard Gallery previews display in a grid of images within the…
  • 65 Writing Jobs for Bloggers for the Week of 4/13/14

    13 Apr 2014 | 3:56 am
    65 writing jobs for bloggers are listed below for the week of April 13, 2014. Whether you like to write about fashion, sports, business, or finance, there is a blogging job waiting for you! Fan Convention Social Media Blogger - Los Angeles, CA Freelance Fashion PR & Blogger for Sophisticated social media content writer/blogger Blogger Openings for Major Music Blog Freelance Social Media Manager/Blogger (Fashion) FREELANCE Real Estate BLOGGER NEEDED - Vermont Blogger needed for Exteriors company Looking For Motivated Writer/Blogger For Sports Website Budget blogger Managing…
  • Critical Security Update for WordPress Jetpack Plugin

    11 Apr 2014 | 8:28 am
    If you use as the platform for your self-hosted blog or website and the Jetpack plugin is installed and active, then you need to take action immediately and update that plugin! Yesterday, a critical security update was released for Jetpack. To ensure your WordPress site is secure, log into your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the updates page, and click the link to upgrade to Jetpack 2.9.3. That's all you have to do. The security lapse allowed attackers to access a WordPress site's back-end controls and publish posts on the live blog. The security update fixes the problem. For…
  • 61 Writing Jobs for Bloggers for the Week of 4/6/14

    6 Apr 2014 | 4:37 am
    61 writing jobs for bloggers for the week of April 6, 2014 are listed below. This week's list includes two opportunities to write for The Wall Street Journal! Fashion BLOGGER Love Your Dog and Finding Pet Content? Be A PetParent Blogger cosmetic brand seeks social media, blogger, vlogger Women's Apparel Social Media Blogger/Sales Asst. - Los Angeles, CA Online Retail Store Looking for Freelance Blogger Chimaera Labs seeks Freelance Financial Blogger Mad Men/Game of Thrones Blogger Real Estate, Architecture & Design Writer / Blogger Needed - New York, NY Blogger for Houston, TX News and…
  • 5 Sources to Find Twitter Hashtags to Give Your Tweets More Exposure

    5 Apr 2014 | 11:33 am
    Want more people to see your tweets? Use popular, related hashtags in your tweets, and they'll turn up in hashtag searches that people conduct to find content they're interested in. Check out the list of five sources to find Twitter hashtags and use them to amplify your tweets quickly and easily.
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  • What You Need to Know About the Heartbleed Bug

    14 Apr 2014 | 4:07 pm
    If you haven’t already heard, a major exploit in OpenSSL was discovered recently. The Heartbleed Bug, which is as scary as it sounds, allows an attacker to capture potentially sensitive information from a server’s memory by exploiting a flaw in the implementation of the heartbeat function of OpenSSL’s SSL/TLS implementation. How it Works SSL/TLS, the encryption protocol commonly used for securing traffic between web browsers and servers, has a feature called a “heartbeat.” Every now and then, an exchange like this happens between the client and the server:…
  • Automating Repetitive Text Editing with Vim Macros

    5 Feb 2014 | 6:36 am
    Don’t you just hate it when you have to do some repetitive text editing, such as wrapping several lines of text in <li>...</li> tags or just about anything involving tables? (Actually, HTML is a veritable goldmine of repetition…) If you use vim, you can whip up macros on-the-fly to reduce this sort of tedium. The commands to know are: q — Start or stop macro recording. When starting, it should be used with a letter from a to z, which is the register it will record into. (So you can have more than one macro in memory at once.) The command is used singularly to end…
  • Ghost 0.4 Drops, Plugin API Slated for 0.5 Release

    29 Jan 2014 | 3:42 am
    Version 0.4 of Ghost, the lightweight Node.js blogging platform, went live this month. Some of the more interesting features include support for static pages, a new way to quickly edit posts by appending /edit to the URL, support for date-based permalinks (e.g. /2014/01/25/example-post instead of /example-post), support for uploading SVG images, and the ability to put Ghost in a subdirectory. With this update out of the way, we’re one closer to seeing the plugin API. That’s currently scheduled for version 0.5 (to be released sometime this spring). The ability to extend Ghost is,…
  • BlogBuzz January 25, 2014

    25 Jan 2014 | 7:13 am
    Which CSS Measurements To Use When Google BBS Terminal Vim: Revisited Why I Use VIM as My Editor of Choice for Front End Development Grunt for People Who Think Things Like Grunt are Weird and Hard Gmail blows up e-mail marketing by caching all images on Google servers VICE VERSA – diagonal UI optimized for single hand IX
  • Node.js the Right Way

    8 Jan 2014 | 3:29 am
    Looking to quickly get started with Node.js without learning bad habits? Node.js the Right Way is a short and concise—100 pages—book that you can easily read in an afternoon (maybe two if you’re following along with the examples), promising a focused, tutorial-based experience. The book makes the assumption that you’re already somewhat familiar with programming and the JavaScript language in particular. Instead of wasting time with absolute basics, it dives right in to Node. The first two chapters explain what exactly Node is, and how the the event loop works. It covers the…
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    How To Make My Blog

  • 10 Insights From The Work Culture Of The Company Behind WordPress

    Marko Saric
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:57 am
    I just finished Scott Berkun’s book “The Year Without Pants: and the Future of Work”. In the book Scott describes his time working at Automattic (the company behind and a contributor to – learn about the difference between the two).Automattic by the way is a play on the word automatic with an intentional misspelling in order to include Matt Mullenweg’s name. Matt is a WordPress developer and the founder of Automattic.Even though I love, recommend and use daily I did not know that much about the work culture…
  • 18 Simple Methods To Build An Effective Site

    Marko Saric
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:23 am
    Do you want more people to visit your site and consume the content for longer? Stop distracting them and making them click away from your main goal. Simplicity is not only beautiful and elegant but it is also effective. It helps you tweak and perfect the user experience. It leads to decluttering of your site, makes it faster to load and more focused on your targets. Following are the simple methods you can use optimize and fine-tune your site to make it more strategically effective.Becoming a strategic content marketerIn the early days I focused on creating great content and attracting…
  • 28 Indispensable Tools That Help Me Run My Site

    Marko Saric
    14 Apr 2014 | 3:15 am
    I love great apps and am always on the lookout for new software that can help me save time and make me work more efficiently. This is the list of the indispensable tools that I use to run my site and that I highly recommend. Majority are free. I am a fan of the open-source philosophy and use open-source tools when possible. I use a Mac so some of these might be Mac only.DevicesMacBook Air – I’m a Mac. My MacBook Air 13-inch late 2010 version is my primary workstation. It is very light, tiny, fast and it just works. It also has a decent camera and mic that I use for videos.iPad…
  • Blogger Vs WordPress Comparison: Which One Should I Use?

    Marko Saric
    9 Apr 2014 | 1:49 pm
    WordPress and Blogger are two well established content publishing platforms. “Should I use Blogger or WordPress for my new site?”, is a frequently asked question from newbies. This comparison post will help you answer that question.My recommendation is WordPress – this is whyI have experienced many wonderful benefits achieved by having my own site and this has made an amazing difference for me in my life. There is a great value in building your own online presence and growing your audience. Having the complete control, ownership and freedom over your site is why I pick…
  • 12 Signs You Are Ready To Be A Professional Blogger

    Marko Saric
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    These are the twelve signs that your online project is going well and that you are turning into a professional blogger.You do your work out of love. You love the topic you are covering. You love helping people out and connecting with people. You love the freedom and the opportunity that blogging gives you.You are a self starter. You do not need anyone else to push you and to motivate you. Your internal drive and the need to reach you goals and objectives pushes you to show initiative and put in the effort that is needed to succeed.You are committed over a longer term. Nobody can build a great…
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  • Microsoft Hyper-V Edition – Weekly Roundup – 4/18/2014

    18 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Here are four resources on Microsoft Server Hyper-V. Yeah, it’s a big deal. A Hyper-V & Veeam Happy Ending from Spiceworks A question from a user prompts Rick Vanover to respond. Easily converts to a new customer. Hyper-V backups with Veeam? How many questions can @RickVanover answer? See this live review on Spiceworks: — Veeam® Software (@veeam) April 17, 2014 Veeam Backup & Replication with Hyper-V: Five Configuration Tips from the Veeam Blog Bonus tip: I also wanted to remind you that Veeam Backup & Replication for Hyper-V only became…
  • Allowing Windows 8.1 Hyper-V VM To Work With Wifi

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    I couldn’t get the virtual switch to work with my wifi adapter if my life depended on it. Figured out there was some issue, which I still haven’t found the real reason why, that prevented Hyper-V from using the wifi adapter in the virtual switch. The workaround is to create an Internal virtual switch and then set your wifi adapter to share the connection with the virtual adapter that is created. Take a look: In Virtual Switch Manager, create an Internal network virtual switch Creating a Virtual Switch in Hyper-V   Open the Properties of your wireless adapter Click on the…
  • Configuring NIC Teaming in Windows Server 2012 R2

    16 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    NIC Teaming was a feature we obtained through independent hardware vendors such as Broadcom. A separate piece of software was installed and you went through a GUI to team your interfaces. Sometimes it was easy to do, sometimes it wasn’t. Windows Server 2012 now has NIC Teaming built-in. NIC Teaming is the act of bonding network adapters to form one logical network adapter. It provides useful features such as load balancing across individual links and failover. You can do NIC Teaming in two configurations: Switch-dependent mode — Connecting all network adapters to the same switch.
  • Read Em And Weep – Or Not – Computerworld Salary Survey 2014

    10 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    The investment industry earnings season for IT professionals. Different organizations release their yearly salary surveys. I used to scour these documents in my early years as if the answer lied within. Combining all the salary surveys serve as a benchmark in the IT industry. Don’t rely on one survey and don’t take them too seriously. I consider it a fun time to view the survey as an West Coast vs East Coast duel for the highly stressed individuals shooting for the top salary. The Computerworld Salary Survey highlights include 3,673 IT professionals who took part in the survey. Not enough…
  • Planning a Wifi Deployment with Ekahau Site Survey

    9 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    In March 2014 I was tasked with a new wireless deployment in a unique environment. The building had plaster on top of two inch plywood with stone inside and outside the structure. Aesthetics was a high priority which made the task that much more difficult. Going into this project I knew I had to perform a wireless site survey before deploying a Cisco WLAN Controller and about 15 access points. Another vendor was working on a separate project that relied on the wireless network. They initially walked through the building with their wireless phones stating dropped areas (there was a previous…
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    Blog Marketing Academy

  • How To Deal With Subscribers Who Don’t Confirm Their Email Subscriptions

    David Risley
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:23 am
    When it comes to building your email list, one of those issues we all have to deal with is that of confirmation. You know… the whole “click here to verify your email address” deal. Most legitimate email companies will simply not deliver your messages to the person until they’ve done that. But, what happens when they DON’T click the link? Is this just one of those annoying facts of online business that you just have to accept and deal with? Well… yes and no. In this post, I’ll explain how some people deal with it… then I’ll explain how I…
  • TBP025: How Blogging For Money Has Changed

    David Risley
    11 Apr 2014 | 6:04 am
    I’ve been thinking a little lately about how things have changed. Not in a bad way or anything…. just… different. See, I’ve been at this for 16 years now, starting with my tech blog (which I also recently announced that my intention is to retire from). And over the course of 16 years – which is a LOOONNNGGGG damn time on the Internet – I’ve seen things change drastically. It used to be easy. Today, only the tigers make it. Then, along this line, I recently saw two long-timers that I’ve known of for quite some time express similar sentiments.
  • Should You Always Offer A Freebie To Build Your Email List?

    David Risley
    9 Apr 2014 | 6:04 am
    Do you always need to give away something for free to get people to join your email list? Perhaps not. We talk about that in this video, as well as a tactic you can use to get more BUYERS on your email list. Click here to view the transcript of this video. Transcript Hello there! In this video we are going to talk about building your list. And specifically, do you always need to give something away to get people to join your list? Let’s talk about that here in a minute. Hey there… So, I know that when it comes to building your list, the most common tactic out there is to give…
  • Hate Marketing? Consider This.

    David Risley
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:19 am
    I get emails every day from people telling me their biggest challenges when it comes to their online business. Here’s part of one I recently got: I am paralyzed when it comes to marketing, It puts me in a bad mood, and I am trying to avoid it. I made mailing lists of *****, and I sit on them instead of emailing them introducing my training and my classes, because I am afraid of rejection, of not being appreciated and liked, of bothering them, of not being good enough or articulate enough (English is my second language). I tell myself that I hate marketing, and I just want to create the…
  • TBP024: 16 Years Is A Good Run… But I Quit

    David Risley
    3 Apr 2014 | 6:22 am
    Here’s the description for this episode… In this episode, David talks about why he has made the decision to walk away from the tech site (PCMECH.COM) which got him started in this business, and he has been operating for the last 16 years. It is a time to move forward. David gives the background and the thought process leading up to this… in his own words. I have already written a post talking about this, but I thought I would detail some more specifics about this my talking directly about it in the podcast. I am also going to let my audience know about this…
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    Mike's Life - Digital Marketing Dude

  • Facebook's Latest Algorithm Change Is A Good Thing

    14 Apr 2014 | 9:53 am
    Facebook has recently announced yet more changes to their algorithm. This time they are aimed at getting unwanted spam posts out of our newsfeeds, and I think it’s a good thing. There are three types of posts that will be targeted, and brands which use these tactics on their pages should take note: Posts that ask for a “like” or “share” Any posts that contain words like “please like” or “please share,” including where the request is embedded in an image, will find their reach diminishes. Repeat posts Some brand pages repeat the same post over and over again in the hope that…
  • How To Use Buffer To Resurface Your Old Posts

    24 Mar 2014 | 2:57 am
    If you’ve been blogging or writing a website for some time, you’ll have an archive of older posts on it. On our Lanzarote Information site, there are almost 6,000 of them! In amongst the news style posts that aren’t relevant today, there are plenty of real gems. And the only traffic they get is from searches, where people are looking for specific information. If we were good at optimising them for search, then they are getting decent traffic, but if we weren’t then they may well be getting just a few visits a week. Whilst we’d like to think that the new readers we attract every day…
  • Reflecting On Value For Money

    17 Mar 2014 | 3:04 am
    Everywhere I look these days, I see an obsession with “Cheap.” Every television advert seems to focus on cheap pricing, every bar blackboard tells me how cheap the beer is, and I get regular emails from readers of our Lanzarote website, which start with the words “What’s the cheapest way to…..” I think too often, we lose sight of value for money when we focus on cheap. An example came to mind when I was cooking last night. Way back in 1995, I started work for Volkswagen Group, and they required me to relocate nearer their head office. They had an extremely generous relocation…
  • Why I Moved Everything Into The Cloud

    3 Mar 2014 | 8:27 am
    Following a catastrophic hard drive failure a couple of years ago, I vowed that I would gradually migrate my entire computer system (and my wife’s) into the cloud. We chose to go with Google as our provider, mainly because we were well “into” Google already, as we use Goggle apps to host our domain emails. More recently Microsoft have come up with a credible competitor in the form on Office online, but we’re happy to stick to the Big G. I haven’t regretted the decision for a moment, and we are now in the position that EVERYTHING including our photos, videos, all our personal and…
  • Convert PDF Documents To Word

    24 Feb 2014 | 3:01 am
    PDF (portable document format) is a widely used application online. It allows you to send quite large documents, compress images, and include a load of information which makes sure the document is always displayed as the writer intended it. Until recently, creating your own PDFs needed software, or a web based converter, but these days both Microsoft’s Office and Open Office offer native converters, so it’s relatively easy to convert anything you produce into a PDF. But going the “other way” remains a problem! Have you ever received a PDF and wanted to make edits to it? Or perhaps you…
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    YouTube: Blogs

  • El Rincon Bizarro De Vardoc ( Parte 34 ) #Vardoc1 : Sand

    22 Mar 2014 | 4:57 pm
    El Rincon Bizarro De Vardoc ( Parte 34 ) #Vardoc1 : Sand Lo Compre En : Encuentra todo en Aplicación Vardoc Para tu Navegador : ¿Me sigues en Twitter :... From: Vardoc1 Views: 37619 3373 ratings Time: 06:29 More in People & Blogs
  • Eye Opening Facts About Vaginas

    12 Feb 2014 | 12:21 pm
    Eye Opening Facts About Vaginas What do sharks and vaginas have in common? Post to Facebook: Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: Post to Twitter:... From: BuzzFeedVideo Views: 2825369 13015 ratings Time: 01:51 More in Entertainment
  • El Rincon Bizarro De Vardoc ( Parte 28 ) #Vardoc1 : NeverWet

    1 Feb 2014 | 4:31 pm
    El Rincon Bizarro De Vardoc ( Parte 28 ) #Vardoc1 : NeverWet Encuentra todo en Aplicación Vardoc Para tu Navegador : ¿Me sigues en Twitter :3? ¡Dame u... From: Vardoc1 Views: 56568 4466 ratings Time: 11:44 More in People & Blogs
  • World Wide Whaat?

    23 Jan 2014 | 1:00 pm
    World Wide Whaat? There are some crazy websites out there. Ellen had her staff scour the internet for the craziest they could find, and they didn't disappoint. If you know of ... From: TheEllenShow Views: 337045 6689 ratings Time: 02:55 More in Entertainment
  • La sexualidad - Luisito rey

    13 Jan 2014 | 2:13 pm
    La sexualidad - Luisito rey Como empezamos a descubrir nuestro cuerpo a solas :O MI TUITA MI FACE Echame la mano com... From: luisitorey Views: 1209577 62580 ratings Time: 09:14 More in Entertainment
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  • Sounds of Tech, Episode 3: All About the iPad

    14 Apr 2014 | 6:28 pm
    Download: sot-e3.mp3 Here’s Episode 3 of the Sounds of Tech (SOT) podcast.  Tech talk for grownups, with some fantastic music thrown in for good measure.  Let’s see how we can use tech to improve our lives, save us money and make us more productive. Today’s show will help you figure out what apps to put front and center on your iPad and how to arrange them for maximum efficiency. Page 1; click for larger view Page 2; click for larger view Page 3; click for larger view Great songs played One from Fever Tree’s 1968 record Another Time, Another Place.  Purchase links:…
  • It’s Time to Reclaim Religion

    13 Apr 2014 | 8:34 am
    To avoid any doubt and to lessen the chance we get off on some avoidable tangent, let’s summarize my religious views as of 2014. I believe in God, fully and completely.  I pray all the time.  I am less sure exactly what God is, but I am certain some greater power is at play.  I don’t know that God micromanages the day-to-day operations of life (I tend to end up somewhere along the benevolent ant-farm line of thought), but that doesn’t affect what I want to talk about today. I believe one’s relationship with God should be direct, and not via some person or…
  • GoodSongs: Leslie Krafka – On·ward

    12 Apr 2014 | 7:40 am
    Here’s a sad little not-so-secret.  There just isn’t much of a music scene in Houston.  We’ve had some great bands over the years (Fever Tree, ZZ Top, the Dishes, etc.) and some fine musicians spent time here (Townes Van Zandt and others), but it’s nothing like the Austin or Nashville scene. So, when I receive a review copy of a record from a Houston artist, you can rest assured I’ll take a listen.  In this case, I’m glad I did, because Leslie Krafka‘s new record is very good.  The music and arrangements are top-notch, as you’d expect…
  • Ghosts is Out – Get Your Copy Now!

    11 Apr 2014 | 2:32 pm
    It’s been many years in the making, but Idlewilde South‘s new record is available now, at Amazon,  iTunes, CD Baby and Google Play. Give it a listen. You’ll like it. Here’s a video of Joe and me discussing the title track. Filed under: Music Tagged: goodsongs, records
  • Evening Reading: 4/10/14

    10 Apr 2014 | 6:58 pm
    It seems inevitable that the world is moving away from desktop computers, through laptops to tablets.  I guess I am an iMac loving dinosaur, but I find it much harder to create anything on a tablet.  Read?  Sure.  Work?  Nah. This would be the best thing that ever happened to every Apple TV competitor, which is why Apple won’t do it.  There are pennies in putting geeky headsets on nerds.  There are bags of gold in helping non-geeks to cut the cord and get elegant, on demand content. Let me say it again.  No redesign on earth is going to save iTunes.  I love almost everything…
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    Disqus: The Official Blog

  • Heads Up: We’re Testing a New Form of Advertising

    7 Apr 2014 | 10:05 am
    For the last month, in very small numbers, we’ve been testing out a new advertising format: Sponsored Comments. We’re expanding that test based on early, promising results. So soon, it’ll be more likely that you come across a Sponsored Comment. In fact, you may see an ad like this across Disqus this week: It’s part of how we’re introducing this concept to sites that already use advertising on Disqus. (If your site has ads turned off, this ad will not appear.) Why Sponsored Comments?   We launched Featured Comments earlier this year. Featured Comments are a way for publishers to…
  • Disqus East: The Birth of a New Office

    3 Apr 2014 | 11:36 am
    Disqus is headquartered in San Francisco, but I’m proud to say that we now also have a permanent office in New York City. Goodbye co-working spaces, hello beautiful new office in “Silicon Alley!” Who cares? I care because I’m the Office and Operations Manager at Disqus (I manage everything tangible in our offices from equipment to food to decor). My East Coast colleagues care because they now have a space where they can be the best Disqussers they can be. And you should care because I have two big takeaways that can help you build a better office. It is possible to build out a…
  • New Disqus Certified Partners: Zapier, Typepad, Keepcon

    25 Mar 2014 | 1:55 pm
    After launching our Certified Partner Program in October, we saw and continue to receive a large number of inquiries from other potential partners. Often, as a result, we find out about nifty Disqus integrations that we didn’t even know existed. In fact, the primary aim of the Certified Partner Program is to make our community aware of some of these complementary services that they might not know are out there, or don’t realize work well with Disqus. I’m very happy to announce the latest group of terrific partners. We often say building a community with high quality discussion is only…
  • Introducing Featured Comments

    5 Mar 2014 | 3:06 pm
    Have you ever written a comment that just didn’t get as much attention as you thought it deserved? Maybe it’s an impressive witty remark, an important editorial update, or a clarification for a controversial discussion.  Well, now that comment you wrote can get noticed. Recently, we’ve added the ability for moderators to feature a comment, placing it proudly at the top of the comments section.  Featured comments are a way to highlight pieces of the conversation. They’re a way to curate your discussion feeds by drawing the reader’s attention to a specific comment. It…
  • A Newer, Simpler Disqus Design

    6 Feb 2014 | 12:15 pm
    It’s been nearly two years since we launched our most iconic commenting layout, Disqus 2012. Since releasing a design refresh last spring, we’ve grown… a lot! Taking into account everything we’ve learned over the years, it was time for the team to design a newer, simpler Disqus experience. Some of the most noticeable changes include: A redesigned notifications link. Your network updates have been moved from the “My Disqus” tab to the notifications icon. When you have a new notification, the icon will change red and indicate how many new updates are unread. The…
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    Spot Cool Stuff: Websites

  • Websites For Booking Cargo Ship Cruises

    Spot Cool Stuff
    13 Apr 2014 | 2:13 pm
    Conjure an image of what’s it is like to go on a cruise. Are you picturing buffet dinners? On-deck spinning classes? Retirees playing shuffleboard? Many cruises really are like that. But if you’re looking for a different sort of cruise scene consider traveling by cargo ship. Cargo ship travel is the un-cruise. There’s nothing fabricated about it. Every day thousands of freighters ply the high seas. Some of them have extra state rooms and accept passengers to tag along for the ride. It is as “real” as travel gets. Of course, cargo ship cruising is not for…
  • The Best, Cheapest, Easiest-To-Use WordPress Blog Hosts

    Spot Cool Stuff
    31 Mar 2014 | 5:40 pm
    We love blogging. And we love the WordPress blogging platform. But we are very much not in love with most website hosts WordPress bloggers use. Like it or not, a website host is a necessity if you want to run a WordPress blog with your own domain name (which we strongly suggest†). It’s a hyper-competitive business, website hosting is. To cut costs most hosting companies skimp on service and reduce their reliability standards. How do hosting companies get away with that? you may wonder. Because most customers make their choice of host by looking at the price and nothing else. Do…
  • eHarmony vs

    Spot Cool Stuff
    14 Feb 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Virtually all the internet’s dating websites can be fit into two categories: those with personality matching and those without. In the latter category, Match is the most popular (and, as we argued in a previous review of dating websites, one of the best). But there are literally hundreds of other websites where you can search through profiles using whatever criteria you’d like. On a personality matching site, you fill out an online questionnaire about yourself and the website matches you up with potential dates. In this type of dating website there are two major players:…
  • The World’s First Hotel To Be Crowdsourced, Crowdfunded

    Spot Cool Stuff
    12 Feb 2014 | 8:53 am
    Spot Cool Stuff is a huge fan of Quirky — the cool online store that exclusively sells crowdsourced products. It’s one thing to have strangers online collaborating on the sort of household items Quirky sells — creative wine openers and unusual barbeque tools and the like. It’s quite another for the internet-assembled masses to collaborate on the design of an entire hotel. Yet, that’s (almost) exactly what Prodigy Network, a New York City-based real-estate company, plans to do. The hotel — or, rather the cotel (a crowdsourced hotel1) — in question will be called 17…
  • The Best Websites for Finding a Vacation Home Rental

    Spot Cool Stuff
    7 Feb 2014 | 1:32 pm
    Vacation home rentals are one of the fastest growing segments of the travel industry. And why not? Compared to staying in a hotel, vacation homes can provide more spacious and personality-filled accommodations for around the same price. That’s particularly true if you are traveling with a large group. For the past several months, Spot Cool Stuff has been scouring the internet for websites that let you book temporary vacation homes. We checked out out more than 60. Here’s a review of our six favorites: #6 & 5 Living Architecture / Boutique Homes Both Living Architecture and…
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  • The Shirk Report – Volume 262

    18 Apr 2014 | 6:55 am
    Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find the 25 funniest images, 10 most interesting articles, and 5 most viral videos from the previous week of sifting. Most images found on Reddit; articles typically originate from Twitter, RSS and email; videos come from a variety of sources. Any suggestions? Send a note to! *for email subscribers: If you visit the direct link to the shirk report in your web browser (by clicking the blue, underlined title), the videos will play properly and images will appear immediately under the text rather than opening in a new window!
  • Picture of the Day: Just an Owl Standing on One Foot

    17 Apr 2014 | 2:37 pm
      JUST AN OWL STANDING ON ONE FOOT   Photograph by Wagner Machado Carlos Lemes   In this candid photo we see a burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) near Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil, standing on one leg. The photo was selected as Wikimedia Commons’ Picture of the Day for 19 February 2014. The Burrowing Owl is found throughout open landscapes of North and South America. They nest and roost in burrows, such as those excavated by prairie dogs. Unlike most owls, Burrowing Owls are often active during the day, although they tend to avoid the midday heat. But like many other kinds of…
  • This Futuristic Sandbox Lets You Build Erupting Volcanoes and Flowing Rivers

    17 Apr 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Photograph by SandyStation   Using a Microsoft Kinect 3D camera, a data projector and simulation and visualization software (for lava and water flow), researchers have developed a futuristic sandbox that lets you build erupting volcanoes and flowing rivers in an augmented reality environment. Researchers in the Czech Republic developed a version they call SandyStation, while teachers and students at UC Davis built a similar version they call the Augmented Reality Sandbox. The driving software is based on the Vrui VR development toolkit and the Kinect 3D video processing framework, and is…
  • How a Rescue Dog from Taiwan and Baby Boy from LA became Best Friends

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:47 am
      The story of Zoey and Jasper starts in Taiwan. Seven years ago a student discovered a litter of six puppies that had been abandoned on the street corner. She took them in and cared for them for the first month, pleading for help online to find the abandoned pups new homes. Joy, a volunteer with Animal Rescue Team managed to find foster parents for all five of Zoey’s siblings, deciding to foster Zoey herself because she was the runt and the sickliest. After moving to the United States with Zoey, a new job in China forced Joy to give up Zoey for adoption. It wasn’t long…
  • Just a Slow Motion Video of a Dog Doing Parkour

    16 Apr 2014 | 7:11 pm
      Darren Dyk of BeyondSlowMotion paired athletic superdog Jumpy (a border collie mix trained by Omar Von Muller) with professional parkour athlete Alex Duong to create this fun collaboration. The song is “Straight West” by Kasket Club    
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    Micheal Savoie

  • Expose Yourself Socially

    Micheal Savoie
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Expose Yourself Socially With the click of a button, you can communicate and interact with more than 80% of the human race. Anything you can imagine - anything you can create can be broadcast instantly to the pockets and screens of the entire connected planet. More distribution = more traffic. More traffic = more clicks. More clicks = more engagement. More engagement = more money. This video explains it all. From: Micheal Savoie Views: 2 0 ratings Time: 02:32 More in Entertainment
  • Autoresponders hit affiliate marketers with ban hammer..(details inside)

    Micheal Savoie
    12 Apr 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Reprinted with permission from Instant Email List – Autoresponders hit affiliate marketers with ban hammer..(details inside) Frightening. That’s the only word that can say exactly how affiliates feel when they get the email stating their autoresponder account has been suspended. It hit a few super affiliates HARD, and they have scrambled to recover their businesses. What was the issue? They were sending out affiliate offers to their own buyer lists. When questioned about it, the autoresponder service did not care. They banned them and did not let them export their account history.
  • Create Stunning Animated Images With ImageCam

    Micheal Savoie
    11 Apr 2014 | 3:31 pm
    Reprinted with permission from Technology Wizards – Create Animated Images With ImageCam If you need animated GIF images but can’t afford the expensive software to create them, then you are in luck! ImageCam can help you create animated graphics right from your desktop for less than one month’s rental of PhotoShop CS6… Watch the demo video on the following page: To your success, Micheal – PS – If you want to get updates whenever we post new software, get on our mailing list.
  • LinkedIn Lead Lobotomy 2.0

    Micheal Savoie
    11 Apr 2014 | 7:33 am
    Reprinted with Permission from Social Network Effect – LinkedIn Lead Lobotomy 2.0 LinkedIn, the “professional social network,” is actually one of the best sources for free traffic if you know how to do it right! If you don’t do it right, you will find yourself banned from hundreds of groups and ostracized from the general LinkedIn population… but with the tactics in this course, you will look like a marketing master! Read all about LinkedIn Lead Lobotomy 2.0 here:
  • WSO Momentum Profit Launcher

    Micheal Savoie
    9 Apr 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Reprinted with permission from – WSO MOMENTUM PROFIT LAUNCHER WSO Momentum Profit Launcher is a FULL Blown PDF with BONUS videos training course that SHOWS YOU exactly how to create, set up, gain MASSIVE momentum, plus how to set up your WSO to be profitable & SUCCESSFUL every single time. This is the EXACT system Gavin Birchall used, tested, tweaked and fine tuned to gain massive EXPOSURE, momentum in his online business, build his BUYERS lists and make consistent "Recurring" incomes from his sales funnels every single month. Within the WSO Momentum Profit…
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  • Web Secret #306: Tech Support

    16 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Note: while I mostly reference Apple products in this post, EVERYTHING I discuss is equally relevant to your Android/PC/other devices. I get these calls from my kids: "Uh, there seems to be condensation inside my iPhone/MacBook Pro/iPad screen." To which I respond, "Uh, did you have your device near liquids?" Over the years they have confessed:"The phone kind off slipped into the toilet.""I jumped into the pool and the phone was in the pocket of my swim trunks.""I was tanning and a wave sort of went over my iPad.""I spilled a hot chocolate/espresso/Mocha Frappucino on my laptop."I also get…
  • Web Secret #305: Facebook - take three

    9 Apr 2014 | 8:57 am
    I first introduced Facebook to my blog readers in 2009. It was sort of a "Hey, you need to pay attention to this social media channel!" In 2013, I wrote a post about Facebook privacy issues - particularly the pitfalls of Facebook as they pertained to the mental health industry. Now it's 2014, and I am writing about Facebook privacy AGAIN. This is because Facebook periodically changes their user interface and we have to learn how to protect our privacy all over AGAIN. Fortunately, the New York Times published a very useful article about Facebook privacy settings a few months ago. In theory,…
  • Web Secret #304: Blurred Lines

    2 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Blurred lines.No, I'm not talking about the Grammy nominated hit song by Robin Thicke. I am talking about living in a time where the line between reality and science fiction is rapidly disappearing.When I was a high school science fiction enthusiast in the seventies, there were very clear distinctions between the world I lived in and the imaginary worlds I read about, watched on TV or in the movie theaters. In 1950, Ray Bradbury wrote "There Will Come Soft Rains," a haunting story featured in his masterwork, "The Martian Chronicles."The reader of the story enters a vacant house where robots…
  • Web Secret #303: Quirky

    26 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    This blog post can make you rich.Intrigued? Read on. Way back in 2010, I wrote a blog about the up coming importance of Crowd Accelerated Innovation, AKA crowdsourcing. Simply stated, crowdsourcing is the concept that a large group of regular people can come up with very great ideas, and thanks to modern Internet technology,  rapidly impact and change the world. Back in 2009, a 23 year old ran with that concept, and founded New York City based Quirky. Here is Jay Leno interviewing Ben Kaufman, Quirky's CEO on the Tonight show:Entertainment aside, there is some creative genius out there.
  • Web Secret #302: 101 Gadgets That Changed The World

    19 Mar 2014 | 9:00 am
    Popular Mechanics recently posted an article in which they listed "101 Gadgets That Changed The World," as selected by a panel of expert judges. To make the list, a gadget had to be something you could hold in your hands, mechanical or electronic, and a mass-produced personal item. So besides the personal computer and the smartphone, what made the cut? Astoundingly, with very few exceptions, the overwhelming majority of these items were invented within the past 100 years.Here are some of my favorites in chronological order:The match: The first nonpoisonous match wasn't invented until 1910.
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  • Chongqing International Flight Destinations

    16 Apr 2014 | 2:46 am
    Chongqing is one of four directly controlled municipalities in China, alongside, Shanghai, Beijing and Tianjin, and with nearly 30 million people has the largest population of any of them. The city is one of the fastest developing  in China, with a year on year real growth rate of 12.3% to 2013. Chongqing is a principal [&hellip The post Chongqing International Flight Destinations appeared first on Maxxelli-Blog.
  • City Guide Chengdu

    14 Apr 2014 | 2:38 am
    Planning a visit or moving to Chengdu? Start your city exploration with our City Guide. Maxxelli’s Chengdu City Guide gives you a general introduction to the city’s industrial and economical situation. It tells you where to find the city’s best bars, clubs, restaurants, shopping areas and places of interest. Furthermore, the City Guide provides you [&hellip The post City Guide Chengdu appeared first on Maxxelli-Blog.
  • IKEA Chongqing opened

    9 Apr 2014 | 1:57 am
    Chongqing is well known throughout China for its spicy hot-pot, spicy women and for being one the “Three Furnaces of China”, a reference to its ridiculously hot summers!  For the time being Chongqing can also add “home to China’s largest Ikea” to the list! The building of the record breaking Ikea started in August last [&hellip The post IKEA Chongqing opened appeared first on Maxxelli-Blog.
  • Chengdu’s second airport

    4 Apr 2014 | 12:53 am
    Construction has started on Chengdu’s second airport, which will be built in Lujia. Lujia is a small town in Jianyang City which is located 60 kilometres from downtown Chengdu. The plan is to have the airport fully operational before June 2017. It is also aimed that the airport will include a light rail link, an [&hellip The post Chengdu’s second airport appeared first on Maxxelli-Blog.
  • Where can you find an international hospital in Shenzhen?

    25 Mar 2014 | 10:02 pm
    As one of the most diverse and internationalised cities in China, Shenzhen offers a wide range of foreign-catering hospitals, clinics and medical centers. The best hospital catering to international patients in Shenzhen is called the University of Hong Kong – Shenzhen Hospital, located next to OCT Bay. This hospital has both top Chinese and Hong [&hellip The post Where can you find an international hospital in Shenzhen? appeared first on Maxxelli-Blog.
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    John Saddington

  • A Little, Precious Leg Cast in Purple

    John Saddington
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:28 am
    A sad reality. A “spiral” break from her ankle up to that jut. I wanted to capture this because it was a definite “Family First” and it captures pretty perfectly what’s happening at a meta level for our family at large. We are definitely in a state of flux and many things have changed over the course of the first-half of this year and many times I’ve just thought to myself how broken things are and how desperately I’d love them to be fixed. And I am incredibly impatient when it comes to finding solutions to problems and I hate waiting. At least 4…
  • On Mortification and Leadership

    John Saddington
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:31 am
    Every so often I will spend time doing a 2 day detox using something simple like Arden’s Garden’s concoction that includes grapefruit, oranges, and lemons. The goal is to consume nothing more than 2 gallons of liquid for 2 days (no food!). This periodic form of fasting helps cleanse the body and it does a serious number on me in all forms – emotionally, psychologically, and physically. I get incredibly moody and I become a terribly moody person; in other words, I am pretty much a nightmare to live and work with. And even though I know this it’s almost impossible for…
  • Not Worth Working For

    John Saddington
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:26 am
    I had a quick conversation with my father the other night right after I had learned that my youngest had fallen off of our zipline in the backyard and really busted up her ankle and leg. I had just landed in Houston to spend 4 days with the local team here to help launch our new campuses as we take over the great state of Texas (and eat some great Texas-sized food) and my family needed me back home asap. Ah, what to do, what to do! I’d be lying to you if I didn’t admit that I did hesitate for a moment as I thought through my options; shoot, I was really excited about hanging with…
  • Planning is Guessing

    John Saddington
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Building a successful product and company takes a lot of effort, a lot of sacrifice, a lot of incredible execution and, if we’re honest with ourselves, a whole truckload of luck. We can have the best laid and strategic plans as well as the most tactically-defined roadmap but in the end the future is just as unknown as what you are going to have for lunch today (or tomorrow). You see, the simple truth is this: Planning for your startup is as good as guessing. I’ve had more than a handful of ventures at this point and I’ve seen this truth work itself into every single…
  • Startup Weekend Athens 2014

    13 Apr 2014 | 7:39 am
    I’ll be helping to coach and mentor teams at Startup Weekend in Athens, GA in less than 2 weeks! Will you be there? Come and hang and we’ll have some fun. Heck, you might even be able to startup that new project or even company that you’ve always wanted… why not? See you there? The post Startup Weekend Athens 2014 appeared first on John Saddington.
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    Free Blogger Templates

  • HealthyLiving

    9 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    Healthy Living is a another Blogger template for nutritional blog. The template has a orange background and with menu under the title. It has right sidebar and wide post content. Healthy Living templates has 1 menus for pages. Healthy Living blogger template has by default pages on menu, but also you can add and custom links, since blogger support it. Features: Featured Slider-Show Content – to show your favorite post above the content, simple to edit from blogger panel Ads banners ready – monetize your site, accepted Google ads and any HTML / script code Popular posts in sidebar with…
  • SocialMediaMarketing

    8 Apr 2014 | 1:39 pm
    SocialMediaMarketing is a magazine Blogger template with colorful background and blue menu under the title. It has left and right sidebar. SocialMediaMarketing templates has 1 menus for pages. SocialMediaMarketing blogger template has by default pages on menu, but also you can add and custom links, since blogger support it. Features: Featured Slider-Show Content – to show your favorite post above the content, simple to edit from blogger panel Ads banners ready – monetize your site, accepted Google ads and any HTML / script code Popular posts in sidebar with thumbnail Social icons, easy to…
  • HealthyLiving

    5 Apr 2014 | 12:40 pm
    Healthy Living is a free WordPress theme for responsive, business and personal WordPress blogs. To have an healthy life you have to eat in a healthy way. This theme is designed for them who love play and create things with food. It is a 2 columns theme with a orange background and a wide footer. Make this theme delicious by filling it with tasty recipe. Recommended for personal blog. Features: Admin Options V1.0 panel – which make it easy to customize your site Custom homepage – Make your site to look pro Full Width Page – Create pages without sidebars Sitemap – Sitemap ready for your…
  • DietingMadeEasy

    5 Apr 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Dieting Made Easy is a free WordPress theme for personal WordPress blogs. This 3 columns theme is very ‘ya-mi’. It is dedicated to them who loves prepare the food. The delicious view of this theme is for them who like to cook and to prepare new plate and to show the recipe to other. The background is like a table that is prepared for you to cook. Recommended for personal blog. Features: Admin Options V1.0 panel – which make it easy to customize your site Custom homepage – Make your site to look pro Full Width Page – Create pages without sidebars Sitemap – Sitemap ready for…
  • PersonalFinance

    29 Mar 2014 | 12:55 pm
    Personal Finance is a free WordPress theme for responsive and business WordPress blogs. This 3 columns theme has wide footer that allows you to present very well yourself and what is that you want to show. The background is blue but the insider of the theme is white color combine with the red color. It is perfect for you who want to use it for business reason. Recommended for responsive and business blog. Features: Admin Options V1.0 panel – which make it easy to customize your site Custom homepage – Make your site to look pro Full Width Page – Create pages without sidebars Sitemap –…
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  • Ten Unwritten Rules for Success in Graduate School

    Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D.
    4 Apr 2014 | 10:55 am
    A successful mentor relationship in graduate school is one of the keys to success. But how can you make this happen? In this blog post I offer 10 bits of wisdom from several scientists in the field who share their love and more
  • What Causes Depression? Myths About Chemical Imbalances

    Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D.
    13 Mar 2014 | 9:25 am
    A new look at depression: challenging the chemical imbalance model of more
  • 5 Psychological Studies that Require a Second Look

    Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D.
    18 Feb 2014 | 10:16 am
    Lessons learned from some of the psychological research in my laboratory. Not all published studies are equal in their contribution. Some studies should raise skepticism instead of confidence. This is my fair, naked assessment of science—the good, bad, and the more
  • Why are Deepak Chopra & EMDR Important for Science and Life?

    Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D.
    7 Feb 2014 | 9:05 am
    Pseudoscience wastes time and resources and leads to public skepticism of science. If you care about your health and that of people suffering from psychological problems, read on. This is a battle that needs to be more
  • The 9 Mind-Bending Books of 2013

    Todd B. Kashdan, Ph.D.
    31 Dec 2013 | 12:27 pm
    The best books to read over the next more
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  • What to Do When Your Blog Is Boring, Part 2

    Carmela Maraan
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:23 am
    Previously I’ve listed eight solutions for a boring blog. Now, here are six more ways to kick your blog’s visibility into high gear! There are plenty of ways to attract attention to your blog, but keeping your visitors’ attention is serious business, even though you don’t always have to be serious about how you do it.   9. Poor writing You have great ideas for topics and shared discussions, but you’re not exactly that skilled in the writing department. No matter how brilliant your blog design or post concepts are, poor spelling, grammar, sentence…
  • What to Do When Your Blog Is Boring, Part 1

    Carmela Maraan
    17 Mar 2014 | 7:59 pm
    You’ve followed the basic rules in building your own blog and have posted article after article. Weeks roll by, and you’re still waiting for pageviews, visits, and comments. So what the hell happened? “If you build it, it will come,” is an outdated and fanciful blogging adage. Influence doesn’t magically materialize through blogging alone. You need to honestly figure out why your blog isn’t as dynamic as it should be so you can make it work better for you. Before you raise your fist to the sky and declare, “MY BLOG SUCKS!” take a step back and…
  • 20 Great Tools to Boost Your Blog’s Marketability

    Carmela Maraan
    20 Feb 2014 | 4:04 am
    Now that blogging has become more fast-paced, the more we need help in keeping up with our posting schedules. Good thing there’s a slew of online tools that we can rely on to maximize content creation and increase output efficiency. Here are 20 content marketing tools that I’ve found that you might want to check out. I’m actually using some of them now, and recommend that you try to find which one works best for you.   1. Skitch Skitch by Evernote is an app that allows you to attach annotations and diagrams to photos that you take, so sharing visual descriptions and…
  • Watch Your Tone!

    Carmela Maraan
    6 Feb 2014 | 5:47 am
    “Don’t use that tone of voice with me!” How many times have you admonished someone, or have been admonished with this line? This happens often, not only in real-life exchanges, but also in online discussions. Unnecessary misunderstandings crop up because of the way something is said, and not necessarily what is being said. Kids are also usually subjected to this with well-meaning but poorly delivered criticism. In blogging, the same principle applies. I’ve seen some intelligent people with great ideas alienating themselves from their audience just because their…
  • Tips on Creating A Niche Blog

    Carmela Maraan
    15 Jan 2014 | 5:29 am
    I’m a random person. So random that when my husband suggested that I create my own niche blog, I was stumped. Not because I’m not driven about anything, but because I’ve got so many interests that it’s hard to talk about just one of them in a single site. A niche blog is a blog that’s focused on a specific subject. It’s a great starting tool for those who wish to make money online in a field that’s saturated with popular and professional blogs. Practically every blog I’ve owned is a melange of random topics that I enjoy, and while that’s…
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  • Network Security Specialist

    18 Apr 2014 | 8:53 am
    Cyber-security, including computer and information systems security, is a rapidly growing area. Both private and public sector enterprises including federal,… The mobile experience is now at the front line of brand management of which security is a huge part. This video highlights some of the challenges for mobile … Video Rating: 0 / 5
  • FREE URDU CCNA Lecture 4

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:54 am
    Free Urdu ccna Lecture from Urdu IT academy TCP Header Explained. A multipart tutorial on securing a Cisco router from the CLI. This tutorial series will start from the initial configuration of a cisco router and cover auth… Video Rating: 4 / 5
  • Tracking Aircraft over 300 miles away! Mountain + Drone + SDR, Hak5 1609

    17 Apr 2014 | 4:35 am
    Radio Horizon and Fresnel Zones get practical as the Hak5 team takes a SDR Equipped WiFi Pineapple drone to an altitude of 4200 feet! From the 3800 ft summit of Mt. Diablo and a recommended 400 ft AGL ceiling we tackle the theory – can we really see aircraft 330 miles away? All that and more, this time on Hak5!
  • Cours EIGRP pour CCNP en français

    16 Apr 2014 | 8:51 am
    Vidéo du cours de EIGRP pour CCNP , j’espère que vous allez apprécier , il me reste tjs l partie tp pour vous montrer le reste.
  • CCIE Routing and Switching Version 5 Lab Training :: EIGRP Named Mode

    15 Apr 2014 | 8:51 am
    Enjoy iPexpert’s free CCIE R&S V5 Lab Training vLecture on EIGRP Named Mode. For more information about iPexpert’s cutting-edge Cisco training offerings, ple… Video Rating: 4 / 5
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  • Top 5 Viral Videos In Viral Friday: Portrait of Lotte

    Martin Michalik
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:36 am
    Viral video marketing used to be an art, now it’s a science. We curate the millions of videos that are uploaded every week. In our flagship format Viral Friday we show you the top 5 viral videos. Enjoy and please share. This week, we selected the following video top 5 for you: 1. Portrait of Lotte – 0 to 14 years in 4 min. Click here to view the embedded video. This new time-lapse shows Lotte changing from baby to 14 years in 4 minutes. Copyright Frans Hofmeester and music produced by Hollywood composer Mateo Messina got this video 8,2 million views in a week. The female, reversed…
  • Why ‘The World’s Toughest Job’ Goes Viral?

    Laurens Bianchi
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:01 am
    As many as 24 people applied for ‘the world’s toughest job: Director of Operations. Why this job interview goes viral? Because of your mom… You could have a job where you have to stand up almost all the time, constantly exert yourself and work 135 hours a week or more. You could be stuck with no vacation time and no time even to sleep, and the workload will actually go up on holidays. Oh, and degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts are required. And as for the salary – how does $0 annually sound? Remarkably, 24 applied for the job. These 24 applicants were…
  • Neelie Kroes Is Furious About Uber Ban In Brussels

    Igor Beuker
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:06 am
    Neelie Kroes, the Vice-President of the European Commission is furious at Brussels for banning Uber, the taxi-service app. The French are crazy too. A Brussels court has declared Uber to be illegal in Belgium, saying the company will be fined €10,000 for every ride. Earlier this year the French government actually forced Uber chauffeurs to wait 15 minutes before picking up passengers in response, which now seems tame in comparison to Belgium’s actions. Neelie Kroes About Uber Ban in Belgium Kroes is furious. On her blog Kroes reacted: “Are they serious? What sort of legal system…
  • How Oreo Refreshes Its Brand With Snack Hackaton Webisode?

    Igor Beuker
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:53 am
    Oreo refreshes its brand with the Snack Hackaton webisode. Learn how one viral picture can start a branded movement with mileage. Most CMOs have embraced the POE media ecosystem. Great tactics in brand entertainment and content marketing is shown here by Oreo. They have turned social and viral videos into on ongoing program that keeps earning attention and fans. Oreo Snack Hackaton Webisode is Earning Attention To honor its cookie monsters (fan base) and all ‘re-mixers’ of cookies, Oreo launched a web series called Snack Hacks. Click here to view the embedded video. The videos are…
  • The Profit And Revenue Of Tech Giants Analysed

    Rosie Scott
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:02 am
    Saying that tech is a growing slice of the world economy would likely be the biggest understatement of the past three decades. From little start-ups that shoot to stardom to industry behemoths who have dominated the market for years, there’s plenty of revenue to be passed around. However, not all tech companies grow at the same rate, and just being popular or even grossing a lot of revenue doesn’t necessarily mean pulling a profit. So how can you tell how well the tech giants are really doing? Well, you could start by looking at company quarterly reports. However, if you (1) find terms…
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  • 5 Intangibles Your Ecommerce Business Should Be Focusing On, But Isn’t (Kiesha Easley)
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:00 pm
    At any given time, there are thousands of small business entrepreneurs looking to create a meaningful presence on the web. As you read this, some traditional businesses are finding a new home online, some “purely online” ecommerce businesses are taking birth, and the mad rush for every website out there to go mobile is only intensifying. If you are an entrepreneur just starting out, you’ll eventually face what is called “information paralysis” – the sheer weight of information that threatens to freeze you. You aren’t responsible for this information overload, but your best bet…
  • WordPress Plugins to Boost Your Blog’s Usability (Kiesha Easley)
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:00 pm
    You want a blog that rocks – one that’s professional, pretty, user-friendly and doesn’t take eight thousand years to load its pages.  Well, the catch to plugins that simply boost your blog’s bling is that the more plugins you have, the slower your pages will load.  No matter how gorgeous the final result of loading all of those 247 plugins may be, the vast majority of readers will not wait around to see it. There are bazillions of WordPress plugins to choose from as a WordPress blogger or website administrator, so choose your plugins carefully. Make sure that they actually increase…
  • Read This Before You Choose a Web Hosting Service (Kiesha Easley)
    30 Mar 2014 | 9:00 pm
    If you are serious about your website, you have to find a secure, fortified home for it. Similar to other web-related decisions, choosing a web hosting can be a challenge, especially in the light of the fact that there are hundreds of companies out there promising unlimited bandwidth, storage, domain names and super responsive, knowledgeable 24/7 tech support. Unfortunately, all those tempting promotions and special offers more often than not are nothing but shameless marketing gimmicks. So, if you’re looking to get a web hosting account, you may want to familiarize yourself with the most…
  • 5 Ways to Inspire People with Your Blog (Kiesha Easley)
    25 Mar 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Content goes viral for a number of reasons, but evoking an emotional — and positive — reaction is one of them. The big three emotions that drive people to share a post, according to research, are anger, anxiety, or awe. But since positivity also has a role to play in making blog content go viral, try focusing some of your blog posts on the emotion of “awe.” To achieve that feeling of awe, use these five tips to be inspiring through your writing. Be Honest Chances are if you’re blogging, you have a story of your own to tell. Chances are too that simply by creating a blog you’re…
  • These Must Be Holding You Back From Succeeding In Online Marketing (Kiesha Easley)
    23 Mar 2014 | 9:00 pm
    To run a healthy and successful business is not easy. It can be utterly frustrating, always emerging and time consuming, especially for those who have not tried to discern what holds them back from success. Unbelief In Your Investment One of the things that hold online marketers back is lack of belief in their own identity, vision and themselves. They end up becoming their own worst enemies to the detriment of their business. Investing In A Business If you do not invest in your business, you will be holding it back. For a business to show signs of success, it must be treated like it is a…
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  • Have Your Mobile “AHA Moment” Today. At This Speed, Tomorrow’s Too Late…

    James Ball
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:15 am
    It’s true, if you are just now seriously contemplating having a “mobile strategy” for your marketing efforts, you are already behind the times. To put things into perspective, consider the social media revolution, which could legitimately be called the largest disruption to date in our lifetime. This is a “revolution” that has been more than a decade in the making, and yet businesses are still baffled by Twitter and remain clueless about how to leverage Facebook. In comparison, it would be totally fitting to say that mobile is more like an exponential global…
  • This Is How Your Website Is Hurting Your Business – Infographic

    James Ball
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:17 am
    Here’s a really nice infographic from the folks over at Medical Web Experts. If re-designing your website is something that you’ve recently completed or are considering, then you know how complicated and daunting this task can be. I like this infographic because it succinctly delivers statistics about 5 key elements that can either win or lose you business when people visit your website. Several enlightening points from the infographic that made me question a thing or two: 75% of people will not return to a website if it takes more than 4 seconds to load Changing the color of a…
  • 63 Best Practices To Create Perfect Posts On Social Channels – Infographic

    James Ball
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:32 am
    I don’t typically post these types of Infographics because most are flawed (in my opinion) in one way or another. I usually find one or more parts or pieces of information that just doesn’t sit right with what I’ve learned from years of practical application. This one from My Clever Agency is an exception. This is the 4th iteration of the same Infographic and it really is pretty awesome. I want to highlight one bit of info contained in the graphic to make a very important point: “Use simple imagery that will be easily seen on mobile devices as 80-85% of your fans will…
  • Pointing The Finger on April 8th 2014: Bridget Randolph

    James Ball
    8 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    This whole “Pointing the Finger” idea is not entirely new here on my blog. I have highlighted many people over the years for one reason or another…usually because they were very noteworthy individuals and I wanted to draw your attention to them. Today though, I thought I’d actually name posts like these and give them a category. I’ve been working on a post for several days about mobile responsive websites and what the future might hold. In my research I came across a post on by Bridget Randolph entitled, “So You Have a Mobile-Friendly Website. What Now?” Well, this post…
  • Marketers, Do You Think Men and Women Behave Differently on Mobile Devices and Social Media? Bet Your Client’s Bottom Dollar On It!

    James Ball
    3 Apr 2014 | 5:56 am
    Many years ago in one of my early business ventures I had an epiphany, “we are all marketing to women…and that’s that.” This lesson impacted me and it has shaped much of my marketing career since then. I’ve preached it to whoever would listen because I believe it. About a week ago I posted a very cool Infographic from to my Pinterest board. The title was “Why Women Are The Real Power Behind Social Media” and it contained some very eye-opening data. Yesterday I read an article on that contained yet another awesome Infographic…
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    HellBound Bloggers (HBB)

  • Getting To That Local Audience – The Power Of Localization

    HBB &#124; Editorial Staff
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:28 am
    In order to truly tap into the power of Internet marketing, you must tap into the power of localization. Both the major search engines and the major... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How Advisers Can Grow Their Business With Modern Invoice Finance

    HBB &#124; Guest Author
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:15 am
    The economic climate in the UK has been tough on small and medium sized businesses in recent years. Many businesses that may have traditionally... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Top 5 Factors Impacting Your Local SEO Efforts

    HBB &#124; Guest Author
    12 Apr 2014 | 10:55 am
    If you’re looking to rank a website locally, you’re going to find out that it’s a lot different from trying to rank nationally or... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • About To Make A Big Purchase? Why It’s Best To Go On Recommendations

    HBB &#124; Guest Author
    7 Apr 2014 | 11:03 am
    Word of mouth marketing is something that is continuing to take the world by storm and, for the first time ever, we’re starting to see this... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • pCloud Review – Access Your Files Everywhere

    HBB &#124; Editorial Staff
    6 Apr 2014 | 11:26 am
    Today, when you want to store your files, let it be documents, movies, music or anything, there are a few options to choose! However, if you give... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • How To Pick The Best WordPress Theme For Your Business Website!

    15 Apr 2014 | 1:51 am
    There can be little doubt that WordPress have changed the way that we design websites forever, and that is a good thing. We are no longer at the mercy of greedy web designers and inexperienced small business users have really taken WordPress to heart. But it isn’t all so straightforward, that would be too easy! WordPress themes are templates that make the task of building a working website far easier than you could imagine, and there are literally thousands of these out there. We’ll talk about the best way to pick a theme that works for your business and also explain why this is the case.
  • Logo Design: Brings Recognition and Responsibility to the Customers and Product

    15 Apr 2014 | 1:43 am
    There are lots of development tasks after your website designing is complete and you should not overlook all these. The commonly used mark that gives individuality to companies and organizations to promote recognition by public is called logo design. The logo is an emblem or a graphic design that someone develops that for the company that sums up the motto of the company. They are composed with the name of the company. In the past this was done by using the hot typesetting of metal keys and was arranged by typeface. These days it has become easier by using various online tools that can be…
  • Why Your Business Should Use Search Engine Optimization

    15 Apr 2014 | 1:35 am
    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an important part of any Calgary business internet marketing plan. SEO is the process of fine tuning your website to achieve a higher ranking among the web’s popular search engines, like Google and Bing. When a customer uses a search engine to find your website, the page displays a ranking of results based on a complex algorithm. A website that has outstanding SEO compliance will rank higher than competitors in search engine results. This is a primary way to drive traffic to your website, gain potential clientele, and promote your services. SEO makes sure…
  • Top Things To Consider Before Going In For A New Website Design

    15 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    A new website design is a little easier these days. You can learn web programming online, or you can buy a template, or you can learn a content management system and build your own new design. There are also web designers ready and waiting to do it for you. Here are some things to consider before going for a new web design. Is it really your design that is failing you? The idea of going for a new web design may not be what your website needs. It may not be your design that is causing sales or attendance problems. It is certainly possible that people are not buying from you or revisiting…
  • 7 Non-Sleazy Car Salesmen Tricks That Will Increase Your Social Media Success

    28 Mar 2014 | 3:18 am
    A lot of people seem to hate car salesmen more than any other group of people on the planet. Some are definitely sleazy and it’s a good idea to stay away from them, but then you have others who are amazing at their jobs. You can even take what they do and apply it to lots of other things including social media. Take a look at some of these car salesmen tricks and if you like the sound of them you can see if they help take your business to the next level when you use social media.   Appearance does matter Would you buy a car from someone who was standing in a pair of ragged clothes?
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  • Socials Signals, SEO and Crowd Marketing Tactics

    16 Apr 2014 | 12:40 am
    The internet is an incredibly diverse place, with a million places to advertise and promote your products, your services, and yourself. The advent of social media has brought about a whole host of new considerations to the internet that it did not once have, certainly not back in 1996 when I first got online. In a previous post, I looked at 4 great social media tools. Having tools is great, but using them properly is even more important! An aspect of these tools which you should understand is social signals, These social media sites, and their social signals, all relate back to the ultimate…
  • Good Morning Sunday: How to Love and Be Loved

    13 Apr 2014 | 3:20 am
    “All you need is Love” is a song written by John Lennon and performed by the Beatles in 1967. It is one of the greatest songs in music history. Warren Buffet said that his secret to success was the unconditional love his received from his parents in his childhood. There must be something about love that makes super sunday and a great week ahead Post from: WebTrafficROI.comGood Morning Sunday: How to Love and Be Loved Related posts: Good Morning Sunday: Imagine By John Lennon Good Morning Sunday – John Lennon on Happiness the Key to Life Good Morning Sunday: Remembering John…
  • 10 Most Common Mistakes To Avoid When Building Your E-Commerce Site

    Sonia Allen
    8 Apr 2014 | 7:46 pm
    Building an e-commerce website, either on your own or with assistance, isn’t a task to take on without knowledge of the mistakes that others have made – and there are many. 1. Slow loading times Research into the subject of page layouts should be simple for your customer base with some experts advocating no more than five steps to make a purchase. • Home/cart contents page • Bill-to section • Ship-to section • Payment section • Confirmation page Keep it simple is the trademark of a e-commerce platforms to select from so pick the right one for your customers’ needs and the…
  • A2 Hosting – 300% Faster WordPress Hosting For Your Blog

    6 Apr 2014 | 7:34 pm
    Google has made it very clear that one of the key signals for how well your site ranks is your site’s speed. The Google algorithm is now very capable of detecting the loading speed of your site. If your site does not load fast, consider it as a soft target for a Google penalty. A A2 Hosting. They have a great reputation and fast servers to help ensure you won’t be penalized by Google for having a slow loading site. Who is A2 Hosting? They are a high performance web hosting company based out of Michigan who have been in business since 2003. Their range of services include faster…
  • Good Morning Sunday: What’s Your Biggest Mistake & What Have you Learned from it ?

    6 Apr 2014 | 4:06 am
    Life’s biggest mistakes are life’s greatest opportunities. Either you learn from your mistakes and use that as stepping stones to success or you keep making the same mistakes….and nothing improves. I’ve made many mistakes in life, I am not perfect and no one is – but a lot of these mistakes have taught me biggest mistake and have you learned from it ? Have a Super Sunday and a Great Week Ahead Post from: WebTrafficROI.comGood Morning Sunday: What’s Your Biggest Mistake & What Have you Learned from it ? Related posts: Good Morning Sunday: Ric Elias…
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  • 15 Growth Hack Techniques To Hack Your Online Life

    Srikanth AN
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:30 pm
    Let’s picturize an ideal startup growth tactic – That primarily comprises of – Scaling, Sustaining and Automating. Same thing, different situation. Let’s consider your online life. Why is it that your anxiety levels hit the sky when you update something on the social media? That’s because you care about your online ‘image’. Your online life, your online presence is the Virtual You. You feel an urge to be the ‘smart guy’, ‘a-know-it-all guy’, or just [...]15 Growth Hack Techniques To Hack Your Online Life Is a post from…
  • Not Blessed by Google, Still getting 150k Monthly Visitors on my Blog.

    16 Apr 2014 | 1:21 am
    Around 8 years ago, I was doing some research for my monthly college assignment, sitting in an Internet cafe working on an old computer with an awful Internet speed, wondering who on earth is so dumb to put all that information on the Internet for free. I mean if it takes me hours to note them down, it might have taken them days to put that up. Anyways, fast forward to 2012 when I became [...]Not Blessed by Google, Still getting 150k Monthly Visitors on my Blog. Is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspire Special: Pre-signup For Make Money Blogging Program at ShoutUniversity: Join…
  • Exclusive List of Websites & Directories To Submit Your Blog

    Harsh Agrawal
    15 Apr 2014 | 12:43 am
    Here is an exclusive list of Websites, directory and places where you should submit your blog. Most of the sites listed here are free and if you are creating a new blog/Website or have not submitted your existing Website to these places, you should go ahead and create one. This also includes many social networking site and social bookmarking profile. It’s not an extensive list like 1000 sites or something, but I’m creating a list [...]Exclusive List of Websites & Directories To Submit Your Blog Is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspire Special: Pre-signup For Make…
  • 5 Things To Do After Your First Blog Post

    Rison Simon
    12 Apr 2014 | 11:51 pm
    Starting a new blog is special. You don’t start one everyday, right? That’s why you need to take special care after you have published your first post. I am not talking about how to publish your first post. I know you will do it perfectly. But the actions you do after you publish your first post may determine your blog’s success. Also read: How to Promote blog posts for maximum exposure There are  many things which [...]5 Things To Do After Your First Blog Post Is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspire Special: Pre-signup For Make Money Blogging Program at…
  • A Complete Guide to Start Blogging for Money : 3500 Words

    Harsh Agrawal
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:30 pm
    Blogging is passion for me, and it’s something I enjoy doing. It’s not a work for me, because it’s something that makes me feel complete. This is one of the many reasons I have taken blogging as a full-time professional career, and even after 4 years of professional blogging, I never found it boring or felt like work. With every passing day, I’m diving deeper into the world of blogging, and I keep sharing my [...]A Complete Guide to Start Blogging for Money : 3500 Words Is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspire Special: Pre-signup For Make Money Blogging…
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  • 5 Reasons I Still Use CommentLuv

    Kristi Hines
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:00 am
    One of the questions I’m often asked about this blog is why I still use the base WordPress comment system as opposed to Disqus, Livefyre, Facebook, or Google+. My answer is always CommentLuv. People have their issues with the CommentLuv plugin. I will admit that yes, it does invite spammers who just want to drop a link, so if you don’t moderate your comments carefully, you’ll be giving out lots of bad links. And yes, it does mean that over time, you’ll end up with a lot of broken outgoing links because bloggers close down their blogs. Why I Still Use CommentLuv For me,…
  • Split Testing Made Easy with the ConverThis WordPress Plugin

    Kristi Hines
    18 Mar 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you have a sales page on your website for products or services, chances are you want to do everything possible to ensure that it leads to more sales. And if you have a squeeze page to grow your mailing list, you want to do everything possible to ensure that it leads to more opt-ins. The questions is, how do you do this without having to dive too deeply into website development and expensive tools? Split Testing The answer: split testing. Split testing is simply putting two or more variates against each other to see which one performs the best. For example, you might want to test two sales…
  • How to Create a Latest Posts Portfolio Page with WP RSS Aggregator

    Kristi Hines
    18 Feb 2014 | 2:00 pm
    If you write for a lot of different websites like I do, whether it is as a guest blogger or freelance writer, then you have probably struggled with finding a way to share your latest posts from all of those sites with your audience. Fortunately, there is an easy – and free – solution for anyone who uses WordPress on a self-hosted domain (sorry users). The Plugin The plugin you will need is WP RSS Aggregator. This plugin allows you to combine multiple RSS feeds and publish them on one single page using a piece of shortcode. It’s simple to use – once…
  • 50+ Filters to Keep Your Gmail Inbox Squeaky Clean

    Kristi Hines
    29 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    Have you always wanted to maintain Inbox Zero, but found yourself falling short as email upon email piled up in your inbox? Are you not a fan of Gmail’s new tab system? If so, then filters may be the solution to your problem. Filters allow you to tell your email service exactly where you want specific emails to go. The emails that clutter your inbox the most are the ones that are from automated sources – newsletters, notifications, press releases, social media updates, and so forth. They are (for the most part), all emails that do not need your immediate attention. There are…
  • Increase Twitter Engagement with Hashtags and HASHCORE

    Kristi Hines
    27 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    Did you know that tweets that include one to two hashtags have a 21% boost in engagement according to Buffer? This could be due to the topic of the tweets, people who follow specific hashtags, trending topics, or the apps that pull tweets based on topic such as If you’d like to incorporate the power of Twitter hashtags into your blog posts without making readers leave your website, then HASHCORE is a great tool to try. It’s built specifically for bloggers who want to add more Twitter engagement to their content. HASHCORE in Action So what does HASHCORE do? Here’s a…
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  • The Easiest Way to Recharge Online

    5 Apr 2014 | 4:12 am
    A lot of services related to mobile recharges have come up in the recent past and the list doesn’t seem to end. However there is one such service that has stood the test of time and has emerged as the numero one player in online recharge. So which one is that? We’re talking about Mobikwik, a venture that has successfully grown past the initial hurdles and managed to carve a niche in the competitive Indian market, with a user base exceeding 4 Million users. Unlike some other related startups, Mobikwik not only enables customers to recharge their phones online, be it any carrier,…
  • Increase Your Productivity With Comindware Tracker

    28 Jan 2014 | 10:23 am
    These days many apps can be found that highlight collaboration as one of their key features and that’s no surprise as well, since all of us need to manage ourselves better and improve our productivity which can only be achieved by a synchronization of ideas and better work in the process. That’s where a tool known as Comindware Tracker comes into the picture. Comindware Tracker is a web-based workflow management automation system that incorporates into its working a complete task management solution that not only helps you finish off your to-do list much sooner but also keeps you…
  • Different Network Solutions For Your Business

    27 Jan 2014 | 10:54 am
    If you are interested in network solutions for your business, one thing you have to consider right from the very beginning is what type of machines can connect to that network. Once you know, it will be far easier for you to design and set up a network that is going to work for your needs. Different companies have different things, but a number of the most common machines that are used in this type of a situation are:  1. Desktop computers. These computers are still a staple in the industry, even with the rise of small computers and tablets. They are larger and more powerful than any other…
  • What is Geophysical Resistivity

    30 Dec 2013 | 5:33 am
    Geophysical resistivity is new to many individuals. It is the science of examining the earth using resistivity tolerances to determine groundwater, polarization, earth resources, dam and cave exploration, as well as doing archeological surveys. Agiusa, Advanced Geosciences, Inc. sells specialty products such as the following: PowerSting SuperSting with Wi-Fi SuperSting Remote MiniSting Swift EarthImager 1D EarthImager 2D EarthImager 3D These products do various jobs remotely without digging to examine the resources of the earth using modern computer technology to search from a vehicle or from…
  • Mobile Gaming – An Easy And Convenient Mode of Entertainment

    4 Oct 2013 | 10:17 am
    The world of mobile gaming is ever changing, with rapid technology enhancements, both in the hardware and software capabilities that enable designers to stretch the limits of their minds and come up with concepts that truly make for a wonderful experience when it comes to making the most of your time. Especially in the recent years, the popularity of online as well as mobile gaming has grown by manifolds. While no one would have projected such a steep rise in the craze for mobile gaming, it is no suprise as well, considering the rate at which smartphone capabilities have grown in only…
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  • The Dangers of Bringing a Device to Work

    8 Apr 2014 | 4:11 am
    There is a new revolution in the tech industry, especially in startups, where employees are allowed (and sometimes encouraged) to bring their devices to work with them. This strategy is progressive and can save a company on hardware costs. Smaller startups are especially vulnerable to these costs as they bring in new hires who demand top of the line hardware. But the dangers of the BYOD policy may outweigh the benefits. Security risks, info snooping and data loss are just some of the possible outcomes. Before you institute a policy, study the issue and make an informed decision. Viral…
  • Two Security Threats Faced By Point Of Sale Systems

    Tyler Guyson
    24 Mar 2014 | 8:17 pm
    There is no doubt that the point of sale system has revolutionized the retail industry. Not only has it helped to greatly increase the efficiency of employees, but it has also allowed merchants to view and analyze virtually all aspects of their business. Today, the point of sale system is a part of just about every retail business that people interact with on a regular basis. But the point of sale solution, just like anything else, does have a dark side. Malware, designed to infect POS devices and systems and ultimately steal customer data, is infecting systems all over the world. In December…
  • Case Study “Hyperbole and a half”: From Successful Blog to Best-selling Graphic Novel

    10 Feb 2014 | 7:11 pm
    Many bloggers dream of publishing a book with their Internet content. In fact, it seems that there is no need to write a book anymore; you can just gather all your blog posts, add some nice graphics, do some minor editing, and off you go; instant literary success awaits. As things are, this fantasy is not very realistic. Successful books created with blog content share some similar characteristics, and it is extremely hard to make it as a blogger trying to break into the literary arena unless your blog shares those characteristics too. Hyperbole and a half is a successful blog by writer and…
  • Integrating Amazon and eBay stores with your EPOS

    Tyler Guyson
    5 Feb 2014 | 8:12 pm
    Sell Your Digital Goods (photo: Andy Woo) Since the early 2000s, eBay and Amazon have dominated online shopping choices for consumers worldwide.  It is an inexpensive way for retailers, wholesalers and drop shippers to reach a global market for their goods.   A lot of money is made by a lot of people on these two sites.  However, a lot of money is also not made when sellers are not organized with their electronic point of sale (EPOS) system. As online marketplaces mature, so do the businesses that support the sellers.   For instance, eBay store integration is just one tool to help you…
  • 3D Printers To Boost Your Product Designs

    Tyler Guyson
    3 Feb 2014 | 8:37 pm
    3D printing is here As an aspiring inventor, I had a great idea about 10 years ago that would have been perfect for a local grocery store chain.   I needed a prototype of my product so I asked around and my friends referred me to a designer who was interested in my idea.  She had a little production shop so I thought it was perfect. I met with her on several occasions to review my idea in hopes that she would build it for me. However, she had her own ideas about how it should look and feel so we ended up arguing over the details instead of just making the darn prototype.  A few months…
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  • Motorola Moto X2 – A Pre-launch Review

    Anand Singh
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Motorola Mobility has announced that a follow-up to Moto X will be soon launched in the market in the late summer 2014, in the name of Motorola Moto X2. The manufacturer has confirmed this news in...
  • Apple’s First Step towards Social Media Analytics

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:30 pm
    Social media analytics is very important to understand how audiences react to any app on your phone, or to know for what reasons do your audiences make use of a phone. Apple has completely understood...
  • Aimersoft Video Editor Review

    Anand Singh
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:35 pm
    Aimersoft video editor is an application that is simple to use. It allows users to split as well as join video clips that have multiple formats. In other words, Aimersoft video editor is the solution...
  • Best Antivirus Apps For Android

    Arbaz Khan
    13 Apr 2014 | 11:15 am
    Android is one of the most popular mobile operating system, with over a billion devices running them around the globe. One of the best selling point of Android Smartphones are definitely the number...
  • 5 Simple Steps for Securing Your USB Flash Drive

    12 Apr 2014 | 8:30 pm
    So, why would you be interested in protecting the files that you have in your USB flash drive when you can hide it together with your personal belongings? As a person who relies in this small storage...
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  • Friday Photography #93

    Natalie Turner
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:45 pm
    This post is a part of our weekly photography inspiration series. Each Friday we feature some of the most professional and amazing photographs captured by talented photographers from all around the world. Here are latest photographs for your inspiration. If you like this post feel free to share it on Twitter and Facebook. Photography Quote of the Week: “You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” – Ansel Adams &nbspThe post…
  • Using Youtube when Marketing for Photographers

    Natalie Turner
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:01 pm
    0:45 – Video Editing Software 1:35 – Watermark 2:00 – Video Intro and Outro, Logo Sting 3:00 – Verify YouTube Account as a partner 4:00 – Adding a Custom Thumbnail     Marketing Tips For Photographers Using YouTube Blog Post and Video   Youtube Marketing Tips for Photography by Natalie Turner &nbspThe post Using Youtube when Marketing for Photographers appeared first on SEO | Social Media | Blogging | Design | Photographu.
  • Google Hummingbird For Photography Online Marketing

    Natalie Turner
    10 Mar 2014 | 8:33 pm
    Photography Online Marketing Optimized for Google Hummingbird. 0.30 What is Google Hummingbird 1.30 How does it impact me as a photographer? 2.00 Google answers questions 2.30 Google Loves Mobile sites Stay up to date with Google Hummingbird For Photography Online Marketing so you know how it effects you.                                 &nbspThe post Google Hummingbird For Photography Online Marketing appeared first on SEO | Social Media | Blogging | Design | Photographu.
  • Linkedin For Photographers

    Natalie Turner
    10 Mar 2014 | 8:21 pm
    How LinkedIn helps photographers. 0.30 Social Media – LinkedIn For Photographers 1.15 Professional Headshots 2.45 Connection to LinkedIn groups. 4.50 LinkedIn Profile 100% up to date   LinkedIn has become vital for Photographers.                             &nbspThe post Linkedin For Photographers appeared first on SEO | Social Media | Blogging | Design | Photographu.
  • How to Back Up Your Photography Website

    Natalie Turner
    22 Nov 2013 | 6:56 am
    Are you Backing up your photography website? 0.44 One Magical File, Full Recovery 1.50 What happens if you don’t backup 2.35 No Backup? This Website is your best friend 3.42 One Plugin saved days of work 5.49 Prevention is better than cure Don’t Lose Everything – Backup your Photography WebsiteThe post How to Back Up Your Photography Website appeared first on SEO | Social Media | Blogging | Design | Photographu.
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  • Avoiding Traffic Exchange Sites: What’s The Necessity?

    8 Apr 2014 | 10:20 pm
    As a blogger, there are several kinds of websites that you will be introduced to while you go through the blogging journey. These websites include multiple types such as do-follow websites for link building, free ads site, traffic exchange sites, etc. It is very important to be sure of what kind of websites you use to grow in your blogging journey. Traffic Exchange websites have seen a huge growth in their usage in the last few years. Many bloggers have turned to these websites to gather quick visits and in large numbers. But multiple bloggers have been advising against the usage of traffic…
  • Smart SEO Tips Which Seo Agency Must Follow

    30 Dec 2013 | 7:07 am
    Among the modern business strategies, Search Engine Optimization is the essential strategy for every business no matter the business is large or small. The success of the business depends on proper marketing.  SEO is very powerful tool for the presentation of brand (product / service) of any business before the potential customers.As discussed above SEO is necessary for every successful business. Therefore there is a pressing demand of such professional in the market which can handle the issues related to the search engine optimization. In order to meet this demand lot of companies had…
  • 5 Explanations Why You Might Fail As a Blogger – and How to Modify Them

    28 Jan 2012 | 8:24 am
    This blog is all about 5 explanations why you Might fail as a blogger – and how to modify them. Most of the new bloggers make some common mistakes, here we will discuss about them and the solutions for them.There are some common mistakes which are generally made by bloggers. Generally bloggers make many mistakes during blogging, and there may be many reasons behind this like lack of knowledge, and experience. Bloggers must collect all the information about blogging first like hot to make a blog, how to choose theme and how to promote the blog, updating the blog, and the blog name etc. Here…
  • Some simple E-commerce web design tips to consider

    27 Jan 2012 | 11:44 am
    E-commerce web design – An introductionMany are turning to online shopping these days, due to the fact that they are convenient and take up less time as compared to the traditional shopping method, besides other exclusive benefits it exhibits. And this is exactly why there is a boom in the e-commerce industry and many businesses prefer to sell their products online. Nonetheless, selling over the web definitely opens up to new opportunities and markets across the world, however it is not all that simple as it may seem to be.  Points to take into account when designing an e-commerce…
  • [How to] Optimize Images To Get More Visitors

    27 Jan 2012 | 11:38 am
    Optimizing images and photos happens to be an exceedingly imperative aspect while you are optimizing your blog or a website. If the images have been properly optimized, they can be useful in bringing a large amount of required traffic to your web portal. The concept of Image Optimization is extremely beneficial but most of the times it is underused especially when it is about optimizing different Internet sites to increase traffic as well as rankings. Depending on the images used as well as the niche you are opting for, you probably be able to attract a large amount of additional visitors…
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  • How to Stop Energy Costs from Sneaking out your Windows

    11 Apr 2014 | 10:46 am
    When times are tough, energy efficiency is more important than ever, and regardless of income level or financial status, nobody wants to throw money away through inefficiency. When it comes to expensive inefficiencies, home heating and cooling is one of the biggest problems. In an attempt to lower energy costs, homeowners plug drafts, add insulation, and use alternative methods of heating and cooling. While these methods are sometimes effective, a major weak spot in each home’s air conditioning efficiency that is often overlooked is its windows. Low quality, thinly paned windows can cost a…
  • What Happens to a Wrecked Car?

    9 Apr 2014 | 10:39 am
    Cars aren’t the most environmentally friendly items to dispose of in a dump or junkyard. With antifreeze, heavy metals, and oil inside, cars are chock-full of detrimental chemicals. This is one of the main reasons that many car owners opt to dispose of their old vehicles responsibly by recycling them. But what does recycling a car really entail? An item with so many parts and fluids certainly can’t be disposed of easily. Well, much to the surprise of recycling skeptics, car recycling is actually quite common and efficient. Have you ever wondered how many cars are recycled each year?
  • Getting Started: Yoga Tips For the Beginner

    Kate Kasel
    9 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Source: Flickr CC Yoga students just starting out may be excited at the prospect of incorporating this new practice into their lives. They have their stretchy Lululemon pants, their eco-friendly yoga mat, and they’ve signed up for classes at the local studio. No matter how much they prepare, though, they may find themselves running into obstacles or confusion in their early days. This may make them think they’re never going to “get” yoga after all and give up after only a few weeks. If this sounds familiar to you, don’t worry. Yogi and fitness connoisseur Chip…
  • How Professionals Maximize Efficiency with Their Mobile Phones

    Kate Kasel
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:55 am
    Ever wonder how the pros do it? Deputy sports editor at The Washington Post, Cindy Boren, “doesn’t play games”. Boren is a busy lady with lots on her plate. To keep her professional life in order, she uses her smartphone to make the most of every moment. Games are out, but apps like Twitter, Vine, and the Yahoo Sports app are very much in. Studies show that Twitter is now a primary news source for individuals, so it comes as no surprise that a journalist who writes for one of the most popular newspapers on the East Coast would have that app downloaded on her mobile device.
  • Survey Reveals 85% of Businesses Still Fax

    31 Mar 2014 | 9:01 am
    You might think that fax machines have gone the way of the dinosaur – extinct. But, you’d be wrong, and in for a big surprise. A recent survey conducted by GFI revealed some amazing facts: 85% of businesses use faxing in the office 72% of office workers use paper-based fax machines 39% use an online faxing service or electronic system (there is some overlap among office workers using both paper fax machines and electronic/online systems) While you might “write-off” the 74% who use paper-based fax machines, these are not just old machines sitting about. Of those…
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  • Your Best Blog Rarely Happens on the First Try: Blog Rebranding Series

    Angie Nelson
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:58 am
    This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Blog RebrandingBlog rebranding is a painstaking topic that pops up from time to time. I am not talking about getting a new logo or blog design, but rather the need to change your overall image. That may include your subject matter, marketing avenues, content medium, etc. We are talking rebrand, not redesign. The fact of the matter is many of us find our first blog wasn’t necessarily sustainable. Maybe it was started as a personal diary and now you need a professional image. Maybe you niched yourself too far or not far enough. Rather than starting over…
  • Home-Based Business Tax Software: 4 Things to Consider

    Angie Nelson
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:02 pm
    One of the concerns many people have about running their own businesses is they don’t have a clue about computing their taxes or figuring out which items they can include as legitimate write-offs. The conventional way of accomplishing this is by either hiring an accountant to do the job or spending many hours painstakingly trying to do it themselves. While going the accountant route is almost always recommended for high income, complicated returns, many small home business owners may be able to handle the task themselves with the right software. There are dozens of home-based business tax…
  • How to Start a Home Business: Freelance Start-Up 101

    Angie Nelson
    13 Apr 2014 | 3:52 am
    One of my blog readers asked for some suggestions about how to start a home business. Sherrice is just getting started as a Virtual Assistant and asked for some advice on setting up her website. I’m going to go over some website suggestions and link up to a slew of posts and articles I have written on freelancing, online business options and service ideas, and a few resources to help get you started. What Can I Offer as a Freelance Service Provider? 70 Freelance Job Ideas What Do Virtual Assistants Do?  Businesses You Can Start From Home Setting Up a Freelance Website If you are starting…
  • It’s Free on Kindle: April 12, 2014

    Angie Nelson
    12 Apr 2014 | 6:01 am
    It’s time to see what free weekend reading material is available on Amazon. Mommy Money: The Single Mom’s Guide to Making Money The MLM Pathway: Network Marketing Professionals Guide to Recruiting 35 Opportunities to Make Money Working from Home The Online Business Gal: The Ultimate Guide for Stay-At-Home Moms and Women with a Sense of Adventure Turn Your Hobby Into A Money Making Business Affiliate Marketing in 7 Days: Build Your Own Passive Income Stream in a Week How To Run A Successful Business As A Graphic Designer – The Ultimate Beginners Guide To Freelancing (Make…
  • 40 Businesses You Can Start From Home

    Angie Nelson
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:52 am
    Several times per year I get emails from former colleagues or friends stating that they lost their job or are sick of the corporate world. Since I work from home, their emails always end with a request for the current home-based options available. Here are 40 businesses you can start from home. Click through any of the links to learn more about the business and read interviews with business owners in these industries. Web Design Laundry Business Customer Service Transcription Web Content Writer Copywriter Social Media Expert Virtual Assistant Blogger or Affiliate Marketer eBay Seller Homemade…
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    Blogging Your Passion

  • How to Easily Manage an Editorial Calendar with Garrett Moon [Podcast]

    17 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Blogging consistently is hard work. Every blog begins as a side hustle project. You have a passion for your topic. You envision helping thousands of people. You get excited about the idea of earning a living doing what you enjoy. Then comes the hard work. Finding time to blog, knowing what to write ahead of time, and promoting on social media become huge obstacles for you to overcome. What you need is a simple blogging system and an editorial calendar. Not blogging often enough? You need simple blogging system and an editorial calendar.Click To Tweet - Powered By CoSchedule You need a simple…
  • What’s the Product Within Your Product?

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Are you a Mac or PC fan? Over the last 10 years it has been amazing to watch the growth of Apple. Today we have the iPod, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, Macbook Air and the list goes on and on. I have to admit that except for the iPad mini, you can find the rest on that list in my house. When you look at them, they are all similar and yet different. This is what is known as a “integrated product suite.” Give people more of what they already love. As an online business owner or blogger, how can you give your customer more of what they already love? As a blogger, how can you give your…
  • The Hidden Challenges of Pursuing Self Employment with Kevin Miller [Podcast]

    10 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    “My ultimate dream is to work from home.” “I want to be my own boss and work when and where I want.” “I want the freedom to choose what I work on everyday.” If you have ever thought or expressed the above statements, then this podcast is especially for you. I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Kevin Miller of Free Agent Uprising. We specifically talked about some of the hidden challenges people often face when pursuing self employment. Many aspiring entrepreneurs mistakenly think that things will come easy for them once: They have all day to work…
  • 11 Ways to Become a Rainmaker in Your Blogging Niche [Podcast]

    8 Apr 2014 | 4:35 am
    I believe that in order to build something long-term that you can be proud of you need to become a rainmaker in your niche. What is a Rainmaker? A rainmaker is an influential character that has the ability to attract followers, build trust, and earn authority in a specific niche. I hear what some of you are already saying…. I can’t do that, after all: I am just a stay at home mom I never graduated from college There are already too many experts blogging in my field If you have doubts as to whether or not you can build a successful blog, my first piece of advice would be for you…
  • How to Avoid Wreckordkeeping for Online Businesses

    1 Apr 2014 | 7:15 am
    Taxes, taxes, taxes. As I’m writing this, it’s tax season. When I began the journey of converting my blog from a hobby to a business, I searched high and low for business advice for bloggers, solopreneurs, and online businesses. I quickly became very frustrated. It felt as if I was Christopher Columbus in search of a new land. In fact, I still remember sitting down with my CPA at the time and showing him what I was doing online. I might as well have been speaking a foreign language. He didn’t understand my business, affiliate sales, etc. As my business continued to grow,…
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  • Show Related Posts on Blogger with LinkWithin

    Mayura De Silva
    30 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    If you have been blogging for some time, you might have notice that your older content need a promotional strategy to get more eyes into it. Obviously, your SEO strategies may help new readers...
  • Protect Your Facebook Account with Bitdefender Safego

    Mayura De Silva
    16 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    If you are on Facebook, you do know you can expose to different kind of threats which may even compromise your account. Even you have taken all the Internet security precautions and secured your...
  • Record and Share Your Screen Instantly with Screenr

    Mayura De Silva
    2 Mar 2014 | 6:30 am
    Screen capturing can be fun and helpful. I'm not talking about still screenshots, but live in action. Imagine a friend of yours need a help on figuring out steps in a collaborative project. You can...
  • How to Enable Domain Redirection in Blogger

    Mayura De Silva
    16 Feb 2014 | 2:30 am
    Are you almost established your blog on a custom domain? Mmm... Looking forward to? Great! If you are an early friend or follower of Mayura4Ever, you might recall moving this blog to a custom domain...
  • How to Add YouTube Subscribe Button to Your Website

    Mayura De Silva
    2 Feb 2014 | 6:30 am
    Have you been working on the Social Media presence lately? If you are managing a blog or website, you probably have follow buttons in place, inviting everyone interested in to get connected and...
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  • Top 8 questions that will make your every blog post popular

    Atish Ranjan
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:05 am
    I am familiar with a truth that the bloggers wish to make their every blog post popular. Isn’t it?  Yes, a dynamic blog can be a huge asset for a blogger and thus bloggers are trying to make their every blog post that go viral. Even though there are tons of suggestions around the blogosphere […]
  • Apps To Throw Off Your Bad Habits

    Atish Ranjan
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:41 am
    Smartphones are ready to help you in all aspects and even to throw off your bad habits. Since we are living in the age of smartphones, there is no wonder that the apps would lead you to break terrible habits. Yes, I come with a set of useful smartphone apps to get rid of your […]
  • Smart Computing: Sharing Home Videos With Your Overseas Friends And Family

    Atish Ranjan
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
    What is the best way to share a home video with friends and family online? It’s a common question, especially when the video is too large to send as an email attachment. Fortunately, there are many options available for sharing large files like your home videos, and here are a few of the best. Cloud […]
  • Can Social Media Spoil Your Life?

    Atish Ranjan
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:52 pm
    I found a social website “” which is basically for discussions. Here you can leave your opinion for the asked questions, take part in the debate and even freedom to tell about the stuffs on your mind to the other users. People are discussing the matters related to technology, relationship, movies, TV programs, about life […]
  • Commenting Platform Disqus Introduces Sponsored comments

    Atish Ranjan
    8 Apr 2014 | 9:55 am
    Most of the bloggers and website owners have started to use the community focused commenting system, Disqus. It is a good alternative to WordPress commenting system and it also has social media integration feature. Recently, Disqus introduced the sponsored comment option which allows the webmasters to feature their comments so that they will be on […]
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  • 5 Reasons I Still Use CommentLuv

    Kristi Hines
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:00 am
    One of the questions I’m often asked about this blog is why I still use the base WordPress comment system as opposed to Disqus, Livefyre, Facebook, or Google+. My answer is always CommentLuv. People have their issues with the CommentLuv plugin. I will admit that yes, it does invite spammers who just want to drop a link, so if you don’t moderate your comments carefully, you’ll be giving out lots of bad links. And yes, it does mean that over time, you’ll end up with a lot of broken outgoing links because bloggers close down their blogs. Why I Still Use CommentLuv For me,…
  • Split Testing Made Easy with the ConverThis WordPress Plugin

    Kristi Hines
    18 Mar 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you have a sales page on your website for products or services, chances are you want to do everything possible to ensure that it leads to more sales. And if you have a squeeze page to grow your mailing list, you want to do everything possible to ensure that it leads to more opt-ins. The questions is, how do you do this without having to dive too deeply into website development and expensive tools? Split Testing The answer: split testing. Split testing is simply putting two or more variates against each other to see which one performs the best. For example, you might want to test two sales…
  • How to Create a Latest Posts Portfolio Page with WP RSS Aggregator

    Kristi Hines
    18 Feb 2014 | 2:00 pm
    If you write for a lot of different websites like I do, whether it is as a guest blogger or freelance writer, then you have probably struggled with finding a way to share your latest posts from all of those sites with your audience. Fortunately, there is an easy – and free – solution for anyone who uses WordPress on a self-hosted domain (sorry users). The Plugin The plugin you will need is WP RSS Aggregator. This plugin allows you to combine multiple RSS feeds and publish them on one single page using a piece of shortcode. It’s simple to use – once…
  • 50+ Filters to Keep Your Gmail Inbox Squeaky Clean

    Kristi Hines
    29 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    Have you always wanted to maintain Inbox Zero, but found yourself falling short as email upon email piled up in your inbox? Are you not a fan of Gmail’s new tab system? If so, then filters may be the solution to your problem. Filters allow you to tell your email service exactly where you want specific emails to go. The emails that clutter your inbox the most are the ones that are from automated sources – newsletters, notifications, press releases, social media updates, and so forth. They are (for the most part), all emails that do not need your immediate attention. There are…
  • Increase Twitter Engagement with Hashtags and HASHCORE

    Kristi Hines
    27 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    Did you know that tweets that include one to two hashtags have a 21% boost in engagement according to Buffer? This could be due to the topic of the tweets, people who follow specific hashtags, trending topics, or the apps that pull tweets based on topic such as If you’d like to incorporate the power of Twitter hashtags into your blog posts without making readers leave your website, then HASHCORE is a great tool to try. It’s built specifically for bloggers who want to add more Twitter engagement to their content. HASHCORE in Action So what does HASHCORE do? Here’s a…
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    Geeks4Share - Technology, Gadgets, Software & Tutorials

  • Does WhatsApp Keep Your Data Secure?

    18 Apr 2014 | 9:31 am
    If you’re Jan Koum, co-founder and CEO of WhatsApp, then your life, at least on the professional side, is going pretty well. Facebook recently worked out a deal to purchase Koum’s company for $19 billion, and Koum, if the deal passes regulatory scrutiny, will join Facebook’s board. WhatsApp has over 450 million average monthly users, and 70 percent of those users are active every day. The daily messaging volume produced by WhatsApp users approaches the daily SMS volume created by the entire global telecom industry.     Jan Koum does have two pressing concerns.
  • How to Choose the Best Two-Factor Authentication for Your Business

    18 Apr 2014 | 9:23 am
    Two-factor authentication is the new security standard. It’s becoming increasingly simple for cybercriminals to find ways to hack into accounts using the standard username and password combination. By adding another step to the process, it becomes far more difficult for unauthorized users to get in and wreak havoc.     Given that multi-factor authentication is becoming a security standard, you might be wondering how to go about implementing such a solution. When you peruse a security provider like and explore the different options available, you’ll notice…
  • EaseUS Todo Backup Review

    12 Apr 2014 | 1:58 am
    The importance of having a good backup system and software has always been preached, but seldom does it being practiced regularly. Only when the daunting task of a system recovery, system reformatting or system reinstallation does it seems to be important to have a good backup software, and what’s even more interesting is there’s a free backup software available for everybody. The EaseUS Todo Backup is a free backup software. All you need is an email address for registration purposes, where you will be given the download link and next comes the installation part. Having a free version…
  • How to Backup and Recover Data on PC

    12 Apr 2014 | 1:33 am
    Important documents must be kept under lock and key. Everyone feels the same about their messages, pictures, and music, no matter the medium they are on. But for how long can the medium last? If you keep your dearest memories on a computer, don’t expect it to last forever. If the computer crashes and most of the important data is lost, with no backup, what will you do? You must try to recover the lost data, if possible. There are many programs out there promising to do this for you, but not all of them deliver. However the EaseUS data recovery software should be able to help. This…
  • FileDiva – Search Engine for File Hosting Sites

    14 Mar 2014 | 1:43 am
    The tremendous storage on the web with the info of all types may be a boon to the purchasers and within the meanwhile, it will positively offer many nations a substantial live of inconvenience. Additional oftentimes, than not after you write one thing within the inquiry box of any internet crawler, abundant knowledge is discovered at the highest but, the precise issue is that you just need to stay low beneath. This can be of an unprecedented issue after we don’t have sufficient energy and therefore the quantity of labor is unimaginable. With less time used behind seeking, you’ll…
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    SeaWorld Parks Blog

  • Scientists Find Experimental Support for Killer Whales' Ability to Learn New Dialects

    Greg Smith
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:09 am
    A team of scientists from Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) and SeaWorld San Diego has provided the strongest evidence yet that killer whale dialects are learned.  The study found that juvenile male killer whales are capable of learning new call types when they undergo a change in social association. Killer whales have vocal repertoires that scientists call ‘dialects’ because they’re composed of calls unique to particular social groups. Discovering how whales develop these dialects hasn't been possible in the wild because of the inherent challenges in tracking…
  • "Sea Rescue" and "The Wildlife Docs" are New This Weekend!

    Greg Smith
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:32 am
    Catch new episodes of Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs this weekend! On Sea Rescue when a family on a boat trip in Florida discovers a newborn dolphin, his prospects don't look good. But with round-the-clock care from the SeaWorld team, Turner the dolphin ends up fulfilling a vital role in the U.S Navy. On The Wildlife Docs the Busch Gardens animal team closely monitors Harry, a two-toed sloth, to determine whether he is healthy enough to continue his work on the park's Animal Ambassador Team. Then, the vets head to Busch Gardens’ 65-acre Serengeti Plain for a house call on a gazelle.
  • "Sea Rescue" and "The Wildlife Docs" are New This Weekend!

    Greg Smith
    11 Apr 2014 | 6:10 am
    Catch new episodes of Sea Rescue and The Wildlife Docs this weekend! On Sea Rescue an orphaned killer whale calf turns up in the busy waters off Seattle and she's in grave danger of being hit by a boat. Rescuers are there to help, and so begins an extraordinary and historic international effort to reunite the killer whale, Springer, with her family. On The Wildlife Docs experience the fascinating world of the anteater. Adelhi, a giant anteater, receives her first checkup since she gave birth. Pebbles and Bam Bam, two lesser anteaters, also pay a visit to the park's vets. Then a type of falcon…
  • Sea Rescue Returns with Special Episode Commemorating SeaWorld's 50th Anniversary

    Greg Smith
    2 Apr 2014 | 9:03 am
    Sea Rescue returns this Saturday, April 5 with new host Matt Gutman and a special episode commemorating SeaWorld’s 50th Anniversary. SeaWorld has helped more than 23,000 whales, dolphins, sea lions, penguins, manatees, sea turtles and birds over the last 50 years. This special episode looks back on some of the most inspiring sea rescues during this time, including the amazing tale of JJ the Whale and the heartwarming saga of Little Joe the Manatee. The Wildlife Docs also returns this weekend to take viewers behind the scenes with an elite team of veterinarians, technicians and trainers…
  • This Saturday on a New Sea Rescue: "Otterly Beautiful"

    Greg Smith
    20 Feb 2014 | 8:03 am
    This Saturday on Sea Rescue when a family walking on a beach in California spots a ball of matted fur in the sand, little do they know it's the start of the incredible and inspiring story of Olive the Sea Otter. Then, when three harbor seal pups are abandoned, the biggest challenge facing the SeaWorld team is getting them to eat. Sea Rescue airs Saturday mornings on ABC along with the new series The Wildlife Docs. The Wildlife Docs takes viewers behind the scenes with an elite team of veterinarians, technicians and trainers as they care for the more than 12,000 exotic animals that…
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  • 7 Secrets of a Great Domain Name

    Sahil Umatia
    28 Mar 2014 | 12:21 pm
    Starting a business? Upgrading a blog? Choosing the right domain name can make all the difference in how your website is perceived and what kind of traffic it enjoys. If you need help deciding which domain is right for you, here are seven tips for making a choice you won’t regret. 1: Keep It Simple Which is the customer more likely to remember? 123BirthdayPartyExpressAustralia or While it’s okay to play around with potential domain names, remember that simplicity can be better than creativity. 2: Experiment With Keywords If you’re a perfume company, your…
  • 101+ Blogging Tips For Newbie Bloggers

    Sahil Umatia
    17 Feb 2014 | 12:29 pm
    As every newbie has to struggle in starting a new blog, that’s why I decided to list down some tips that will give them a kick start in starting a new blog. This will might also help them to choose a particular niche and remember some do’s and dont’s after starting a blog, that will help them to make a killer blog from day one. So let’s get started.. Start blogging from today. Use WordPress or BlogSpot. As a newbie, use blogspot. You can switch to WordPress after your blog expands. Instead of using free domain name (.BlogSpot, .WordPress), get a custom domain name for…
  • 12 Chrome Extensions for Safe and Secure Browsing

    Sahil Umatia
    3 Feb 2014 | 9:30 am
    Google Chrome is the best and the fastest web browser. No doubt! There are plenty of Chrome extensions available on the Chrome web store to make your browsing experience more secured. We have listed down some of the Chrome extension that you may find useful. You may find some of them sound familiar. But there’s no harm to try any of these  if you are concerned about your online privacy and security. 1. WOT This is the most recommended extension on every Chrome browser. WOT shows you which websites people trust for safe surfing, shopping and searching on the web. The WOT add-on is a…
  • 15 Impressive Premium WordPress Theme of the Year

    Sahil Umatia
    21 Dec 2013 | 3:28 pm
    WordPress is always easy to setup and customize to a great extent. There are many marketplace where you can buy premium themes for a lower monthly or annual subscription fee from StudioPress, Elegant Themes, or Themify. And ThemeForest is the best place to browse and buy these themes under one hood. Check out the 10 Premium WordPress themes of 2013 These themes were released in 2013 and are selected based on their ratings and user comments. 1. Alterna Alterna is an retina-ready, fully responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme.Alterna gives you an awesome premium theme to create your website…
  • 25 Sites To Find Remarkable Domain Names

    Sahil Umatia
    3 Dec 2013 | 7:45 pm
    A path to successful online business starts from finding a good domain name. Whether you want to build a personal blog of a startup company, the first step will be to find a good domain name. And yes, the task is not an easy one, but with the help of the 25 sites we listed below you can surely manage to find one! 1. BustAName One of the best domain research tools on the Internet. Simply insert any number of keywords, prefixes, or suffixes, and the service will mix and match them for you, revealing what domains are available out of the formed combinations. 2. Company Name Generator Another…
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    Money Dummy Blog

  • 5 Alternatives To Using The New Facebook App For Android

    John Paul Aguiar
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:05 am
    New Facebook App For Android Alternatives - Have you read the NEW Facebook terms on their Android app? You may want too RIGHT now. Facebook is basically throwing your privacy out the window, here is one fact you should know...The Insider’s Guide to Facebook Advertising12 Best Social Media Tools You Should Be UsingRunning a Contest on Facebook Successfully and LegallyThe #1 Feature On Quora You’re Not Using To Increase…Is Social Media Bad For Your Health? – Infographic
  • Is Social Media Bad For Your Health? – Infographic

    John Paul Aguiar
    12 Apr 2014 | 6:41 am
    Is Social Media Bad For Your Health? I think many people have thought about this, and depending how you look at it, the answer is yes and no.Social Media Platforms Are About Traffic and Relationships…6 Things Social Media Can’t Do For YouHow To Advertise On Pinterest [Infographic]The One Thing You Must Do For Long Term Social Media SuccessBlog Marketing Strategy For Super Successful Blogging
  • A New Blogging Concept – A New Blog – A Big Contest

    John Paul Aguiar
    29 Mar 2014 | 5:51 am
    The Beginning Of Something Great That’s a Big statement right there… right? I can say that because I think this new idea, new concept will become big in the coming weeks, months, years. Also check out our $5,000 Launch Contest.14 Ways To Gain Trust and Turn Your Readers Into Customers15 Twitter Activities That Make My 3yr Old Nephew Want To…Do You Need To Hit Your Entrepreneur BottomTwitter Contest Winners Announced25 Ideas For Blog Posts To Kick-Start Your Content Marketing
  • Top 10 Follow Friday Favorites Week 53

    John Paul Aguiar
    14 Mar 2014 | 5:38 am
    Top 10 Favorites I know it's been awhile since the last Follow Friday List, but I am back with a new Top 10 list of great people I think you should follow and connect with. The list was made in no specific order, they are all equally awesome :)Follow Friday Top 10 and Twitter Tip Week 26Follow Friday Top 10 Week 32Top 10 Follow Friday Favorites and Twitter Q and ATop 10 Follow Friday Favorites Week 52Top 10 Follow Friday Favorites and Top Influencers Week 39
  • Top 3 Ways To Sell Digital Goods Online

    John Paul Aguiar
    5 Mar 2014 | 5:22 am
    How To Sell Digital Goods Online, for me, I think one of the goals for bloggers and marketers when they get online is to sell their own stuff, eBooks, eCourses etc… I know for me, selling my own stuff was a BIG goal for me and in 2010 I reached that goal when I 6 Alternatives To PayPal You Should Try4 Step Self Selling Strategy To Make Money BloggingHow You The Customer Are Ruining Social MediaDo You Really Know Who Your Customers Are?Ryan Lee Interview – Making Money On The Internet As…
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    Blogging Tips | SEO Tips | Inbound Marketing Blog

  • Tips To Avoid SEO Disasters

    Latief Pakpahan
    12 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    Working in a burgeoning new field that few people are truly a part of can be both a blessing and a curse. The rapid expansion of the internet has created a virtual free market for those with the skills and knowledge to navigate it, so those who offer search engine optimization services can basically name […]
  • SEO and Your Business

    Latief Pakpahan
    22 Mar 2014 | 12:15 pm
    Organic search and sharing content online opens up a multitude of opportunities for businesses that are looking for the 21st century customer. There is literally nothing more important for a company that is looking to build a customer base moving forward than making a positive impression on social media. Social media is the new word […]
  • Tips for starting an Ecommerce website

    Latief Pakpahan
    3 Feb 2014 | 6:57 am
    Businesses all need to have an ecommerce site in order to make as much money as they online. However, most companies do not realize that ecommerce solutions can reach from the setup of their web store all the way to support and payment assistance. Each company that needs to start their online business must consider […]
  • Issues Faced During Project Management

    Latief Pakpahan
    15 Jan 2014 | 7:21 am
    Every organization will undergo project development and deployment.Project management is a term used to manage the project development and deploymentphase. Customers are the clients who ask your service in software development and it’s the duty of organization to understand user requirements and develop accurate software the user wants and also to deploy and maintain them […]
  • Testing Solutions for your company

    Latief Pakpahan
    2 Jan 2014 | 8:36 am
    Reliable Testing Solutions Who better to run a testing company than engineers and other support personnel experienced in the design and development of automated test and diagnostic equipment? When you find a company founded by such experienced professionals you know you can depend on their expertise and established techniques for RF/Wireless, Digital and Analog. All-Around […]
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    Home Business Ideas HQ

  • How To Pick Target Market For Your Product

    Home Business Ideas
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:03 pm
    On e of the successful way to make money is to create a product or service that people want and need. Second most important thing is to find and target those people who might be right customer for your offering. Not easy, but here are some ways to target these customers who are potential buyers for your product. How to Select Target Market For Your Product: Successful marketing is the combined result of a number of clearly spelt-out strategies for identifying the target market, apart from other niche segments,  and implementing them with conviction and commitment to both these steps, and the…
  • Email Marketing Tip: Make Money With Second Wave Of Sales

    Home Business Ideas
    25 Mar 2014 | 7:59 pm
    Email Markting Tips: How to Open the Door to a Second Wave of Sales By Amanda Gagnon Click. Creeeaaak! That’s the sound of a subscriber opening your last marketing email – and opening a mental door to more information on that particular subject. Then there’s that other sound: the silence. That’s a subscriber who didn’t open their door this time. In one scenario, you got to share some information. In the other, you didn’t. But in both, you’re still standing on the doorstep. So what to do next? Make the Most of Your Doorstep Status In either case, if you shrug and walk away,…
  • How To Split Testing: More Sales

    Home Business Ideas
    16 Feb 2014 | 3:03 pm
    Every marketer knows tricks to generate more sale is to do split testing. How does one do it and what does it involve. Here we will take a look at the 3 steps to generate more sales by split testing and how to steps.  Email marketing it finest when it done right. eMail Marketing: 3 Steps to More Sales By Split Testing By Amanda Gagnon Take a look at that last promotion you sent. Go ahead, open it up. How is your subject? Interesting enough to open? How about your call to action? So intriguing that you want to click it? Good! But opens and clicks only measure interest. They’re not your end…
  • Free Blogging Tools

    Home Business Ideas
    1 Feb 2014 | 2:30 pm
    When you are starting out on blogging, many of us are short on money. It is said we need to spend money to make money and it is true to certain degree as having right web tools and blog software can sure enhances chances of success with hard work. You can start off with free resources at first and add right tools as you see fit to make your blog successful. Free Blog Platform: We started on free blog platform and can tell you from experience that hosting you own site is best way in long run. Most hosting cost $7 or less and worth it. However, we wanted to pointed out a few free ways to get…
  • Make Money With Email List: How to Use Words Properly

    Home Business Ideas
    25 Jan 2014 | 12:07 am
    As a website owner or blogger, you may decide one that having a email list is best way to generate an income. Perhaps, you have decided to give away free ebooks or create a landing page for your product and wondering why sales are not impressive or no one is signing up for you newsletter. It could be your words. below are some tips if you are using aweber email list. Try Aweber Email Marketing Risk Free How To Use Words Properly in email List: You write words in your marketing emails. Many or few, you use them to communicate your ideas. But you don’t write words to communicate alone. You…
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    Find My Blog WayCrafting the Perfect Content Pitch - FMBW

  • Crafting the Perfect Email Pitch

    Matthew Barby
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:38 am
    Getting your content in front of journalists and influencers is tough. Not only does it have to appeal to your target audience, be of a certain calibre and be ready at the right time, but it’s also got to be picked up by the right person. I’ve spent endless hours pitching to journalists, bloggers and influencers over the past few years and have had some major learning curves along the way. The fact is that there isn’t a one-fits-all email template that will get you a guaranteed response. If it was that easy, we’d all be getting featured on The Guardian and the…
  • Targeting Facebook Ads at Website Visitors and Mailing Lists

    Matthew Barby
    31 Mar 2014 | 6:14 am
    Growing your Facebook followers isn’t always easy. There’s tons of posts out there on how you can increase your Facebook likes, and there’s also a load of services which allow you to buy Facebook likes. My advice – avoid buying likes at all costs. When you really think about it, what’s the point? The whole idea around building your Facebook following is so that you can build an audience of relevant and engaged users that will want to share and talk about your content. Fake followers will never do this – you can’t convert a fake account. If…
  • MyBlogGuest: Another One Bites the Dust

    Matthew Barby
    20 Mar 2014 | 6:17 am
    Update (24th March 2014): There has been a number of webmasters who have been in touch with me to say that they have had manual penalties placed on their accounts as a result of being a publisher on MyBlogGuest. I have been in touch with Ann Smarty and she said that “Google is actually bullying our publishers by sending manual penalties to them, so poor community members are really scared.” Ann went on to say: “We are helping our community members to recover but we won’t be trying to recover We have blocked it with Robots.txt from Google and…
  • How to Find All of Your Targets’ Email Addresses

    Matthew Barby
    13 Mar 2014 | 8:50 am
    Most of you probably understand that a key part of SEO revolves around building good quality links to your website. Now, the majority of link building methods involve outreach at one point or another. One of the stumbling blocks that many people find is actually gathering contact information to be able to speak with the right people. There are loads of automated tools that can help with this process, some good , some not so good. I’m going to talk to you about the process that I take to find contact information and the different tools that I use along the way. Automated Tools The first…
  • Premium SEO Pack – WordPress Plugin Review

    Matthew Barby
    7 Mar 2014 | 8:33 am
    Over the past month or so I’ve been testing a new SEO plugin for WordPress. This particular plugin is probably one of the only genuine contenders for competing with Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin. The Premium SEO Pack (Disclaimer: this is an affiliate link) has a number of pretty cool features that I’ve been really impressed with. On top of doing all of the standard post title/meta formatting and canonical linking, etc. there are a load of extra social and link building features. Here’s a summary of some of the features the plugin offers: On page optimisation SERP…
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  • Don’t Do These 6 Things When Promoting Your Affiliate Products

    Anil Agarwal
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    When done right, affiliate marketing is the best way to make a living from online sources. Of course, making money from affiliate products is not easy as it sounds. It is a long term process where you need to work hard in the beginning to see the best results later. Most beginner bloggers find it very hard to make money from affiliate marketing. I know it’s hard because not all the bloggers are marketers who know how to sell. Selling is the key in making a lot of money from affiliate marketing. If you don’t know how to sell it becomes very hard to make money online. Promotion plays a key…
  • Start A WordPress Blog And Get A Chance to Win $100 Blog Post

    Anil Agarwal
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Are you thinking to launch a new WordPress site? If yes, I have a really great news for you. I’m planning to giveaway $100 blog post for free to EVERYONE who uses my Bluehost affiliate link to purchase their web hosting. What is the catch? There’s nothing really. You have nothing to lose. When you sign up to Bluehost hosting service using my link (in this blog post), you will get an awesome chance to win a high quality article (worth $100) from me. What you have to do to win this chance? Just click on above link to buy Bluehost and email me your details so that I can start writing…
  • 5 Essential Blogging Tips for Improving Your Blog

    Anil Agarwal
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:45 pm
    When it comes to building a successful online business or blog, you need to focus on only one thing, it is to know who you are writing for. No matter how many tactics or strategies you focus on they won’t work unless you know your audience. No one likes to read a blog just because it is getting updated daily. You have to make sure your blog is worth reading, that’s the only way to build and captivate your audience. Here are few essential blogging tips to know if you want to improve your blog TODAY. Let’s get into the details without much ado. Essential blogging tips to improve your blog…
  • Bluehost Discount April 2014: Save 57% Money Hosting WordPress Blog with Bluehost

    Anil Agarwal
    9 Apr 2014 | 5:45 pm
    No doubt BlueHost is one of the best web host’s for Hosting WordPress Blogs and they are even recommended as an ideal choice for hosting WordPress blogs by website. They have 15 plus years of experience in the web hosting industry and they are one of the very few early birds in this industry. Millions of websites are already hosted on BlueHost Servers and more than 20 thousands new websites are added to this list every month. They are based out in Utah. BlueHost serves the single hosting plan to all of its customers and you can host unlimited domains using the same hosting…
  • Blogging Alert! 10 Usual But Avoidable Mistakes Made When Making Money Online

    Anil Agarwal
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    Making money online is not a rocket science. If you do it right, you will make money even if you are not an online entrepreneur without having much online reach. All you have to do is to learn HOW TO SELL. Most beginners think that selling is a science. But if you observe most successful bloggers who make a living from online, you will notice one thing that they all work hard to make others live better. They never focus solely on making money or getting rich quick online. That is the only reason why they are so successful in building profitable online businesses through their websites. If you…
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  • Show Related Posts on Blogger with LinkWithin

    Mayura De Silva
    30 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    If you have been blogging for some time, you might have notice that your older content need a promotional strategy to get more eyes into it. Obviously, your SEO strategies may help new readers...
  • Protect Your Facebook Account with Bitdefender Safego

    Mayura De Silva
    16 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    If you are on Facebook, you do know you can expose to different kind of threats which may even compromise your account. Even you have taken all the Internet security precautions and secured your...
  • Record and Share Your Screen Instantly with Screenr

    Mayura De Silva
    2 Mar 2014 | 6:30 am
    Screen capturing can be fun and helpful. I'm not talking about still screenshots, but live in action. Imagine a friend of yours need a help on figuring out steps in a collaborative project. You can...
  • How to Enable Domain Redirection in Blogger

    Mayura De Silva
    16 Feb 2014 | 2:30 am
    Are you almost established your blog on a custom domain? Mmm... Looking forward to? Great! If you are an early friend or follower of Mayura4Ever, you might recall moving this blog to a custom domain...
  • How to Add YouTube Subscribe Button to Your Website

    Mayura De Silva
    2 Feb 2014 | 6:30 am
    Have you been working on the Social Media presence lately? If you are managing a blog or website, you probably have follow buttons in place, inviting everyone interested in to get connected and...
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  • The Argument for Keeping Those Blog Comments Open

    Deb Ng
    3 Apr 2014 | 7:17 am
    “The comments are what differentiates a blog from a website, ” they told us. “Engage!” they said. “It’s about building community…” …And engage we did. Ever since I published my first blog post in the late 90′s, I lived for the interaction. It was the spirit of community that really made it all worthwhile. I’m a chatter. I like to talk to people. So when people I didn’t even know became regulars -first on my humor blog, then on my freelance writing blog – it was a great rush and a truly valuable experience. I can…
  • Are You the Real Deal?

    Deb Ng
    5 Feb 2014 | 6:57 am
    In the mid-90′s I had the opportunity to work on a marketing campaign with a famous rock star. After several long phone calls, I realized he was a personae, not a person. He was flashy, he was a showman, and he was a shrewd businessman, but he was mostly flash. What he showed me and the rest of the world is not the person he really is. To me, he was not the real deal. I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately because it’s so easy to be dazzled by what isn’t really real. I love this online world we’re in. I love being part of a community and interacting with so…
  • The Myth of the Multitask

    Deb Ng
    14 Jan 2014 | 3:30 am
    I’m a sit down and focus on one project at a time kind of girl.  It’s not easy when so many social channels, websites, and offline distractions are calling, but it’s how I roll. When  I’m asked by a potential client if I can multitask, I tell them, “no.” However, that isn’t to say I don’t get the jobs done. I just prefer not to do everything I need to do at the same time. I think we’re supposed to believe that multitasking and having several tasks to do are the same thing, but they’re not. Every job, whether it’s…
  • One Word for 2014: Boundaries

    Deb Ng
    1 Jan 2014 | 10:38 am
    Every year I participate in the the three words meme started by Chris Brogan several years ago, in which we list three words to live by for the upcoming new year. I enjoy the goal setting exercise and the challenge to achieve each year. I also enjoy looking back at the end of each year to see how well I did. This year I’m only listing one word to live by for 2013. Yes, there are many things I want to achieve in 2014. For example, I want to think smaller with my client list and reach out to small, local businesses to help them with their social media and marketing strategies. It’s…
  • I’m Over It: 10 Things No One Tells You About Blogging

    Deb Ng
    5 Aug 2013 | 6:46 am
    I began blogging roughly about 14 years ago. At first I did it to teach myself some basic html and have a platform to talk about things like black lip liner and shorts that go down to your ankes. Eventually I learned there was money to be made from blogging and went that route. Blogging worked out well for me for a while. I even grew my writing blog into a successful business, which I sold for a pretty penny.  I have this blog to talk about social media and I’ve started a more personal blog, but the truth is, I don’t have much to say. You see, I’m starting to feel as if…
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    Riches Corner |Tech and Money Talk

  • Rising Mortgage Rates? How This Can Impact You

    Guest Blogger
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:45 am
    When the economic downturn gripped the nation several years ago, high unemployment rates, layoffs and mortgage foreclosures were common topics featured in news stories. Despite these ominous economic clouds, there was one silver lining that consumers benefited from. The economic downturn resulted in mortgage rates being close to historic lows for a lengthy period of time. Now that the economy is recovering, unemployment rates are lower, stories about layoffs are minimal and mortgage foreclosures have slowed. In addition, interest rates are now rising. You may be wondering how rising mortgage…
  • 3 problems with cell phones that are driving you crazy

    17 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    Let’s face it – a tiny electronic device like a cell phone can cause us quite a lot of trouble. Not only that we can scratch or break the screen, loose it or stress about various software mistakes, there are many, many other things that can happens to us out of the blue, when we need our “loyal” little friend most. Here are some of the most common and annoying problems that you are likely to encounter at least once in your life, as well as some simple solutions. Dead battery There is no other thing that can get you as upset as this. Finding out that you battery is dead when you…
  • Numbers Of First Time Buyers On The Rise

    Guest Blogger
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:45 am
    Despite low numbers of houses currently available on the market (approximately the same as in May 2004, according to recent reports), the number of first time buyer is rising. According to the latest Housing Market Report from the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) the percentage of homes sold by members in February to first time buyers has increased to 29%, an almost unprecedentedly high figure. Against this, though, the average number of properties sold has remained largely static, meaning that the numbers of houses currently changing hands has dropped, as of course first time…
  • The Pitfalls And Potential Behind Changing Your Company’s Name: Cautionary Tales

    Guest Blogger
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    Once a company has chosen its name, there is only one good reason for changing it. The truth is, it’s rarely a good idea to change a company name if it’s at all avoidable. It’s difficult to rename or re brand a company without causing any ripples in business. It can be very expensive and downright dangerous. Vince Bridgman from naming expert tells us why! It will take some time and some money in order to come up with the new identity. The best case scenario is reinventing the company and the worst case scenario is risking the entire business in order to…
  • Why You Should Take a Short Course to Certify Your Skills

    Guest Author
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:46 am
    Most people have a certain set of skills that can be applied towards their career. Some are handy with a wrench, while others are a prodigy in the kitchen. There are also those that can diagnose a computer problem without having to seek out an IT specialist, and those that can look under the hood of a car and make repairs on the spot without needing a mechanic. Having a skillset is one thing, but you also need to have the skill certified with a piece of paper in order to make your specialty stand out to employers. Skill certification is important to turn your talent into a legitimate and…
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    Writing Happiness

  • How to Write Emails to Influencers (That Will Get Opened And Read)

    Marya Jan
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:29 pm
    TweetAre you trying to get the attention of some big shot? No scrap that – are you trying to get in touch with someone and they happen to be an influencer in your industry? Your intentions are pure and you’d very much like for them to open and read your email. But here’s the problem: Email is most people’s favorite medium of communication. It’s personal, easy to execute and takes little time. It is the easiest way to get in touch with somebody…no doubt about it. So everybody’s doing it. The more influential a person is, the busier they are. They are receiving…
  • How Not to Write the Most Annoying Headline of the Day

    Marya Jan
    3 Mar 2014 | 7:55 pm
    Tweet(Alternatively titled as: How not to write an headline that sucks. Except, that one is pretty annoying, too.) You know what, I haven’t written any posts about headlines, ever. While it has not been a conscious decision, I have never felt compelled to tackle this topic. There are couple of reasons for that – I am not expert at writing headlines. I mean, I do think that I do a decent job but I wouldn’t consider myself someone who had extraordinary (read viral) success with headlines so I am happy to leave it to those who do. Secondly, I don’t like most of the…
  • Make these 7 Blog Tweaks And Attract Your Perfect Reader Almost Instantly

    Marya Jan
    12 Feb 2014 | 6:35 pm
    TweetWhy do you blog? Is your goal to grow you email list? Do you want to build your authority, raise awareness about your brand? Do you want to help more people and sell more of your products and services at the same time? If you said yes to any or every question listed above, then you are on the right track. You know that your blog is the best marketing tool you have got. It is the weapon of choice when it comes to building your list and filling it with high quality readers. And you want to make sure that every single element is pulling its weight when it comes to attracting and retaining…
  • 6 Things that Make No Difference to Your Success (And 6 that Do)

    Marya Jan
    20 Dec 2013 | 6:08 pm
    TweetTell me, how long is your Things-to-do in 2014 list? Your resolutions – the promises you are making to yourself. To achieve your business dreams and all the success you deserve. You do have one, right? Even if in your head. We all do. Now, how many of those things truly excite you? So much so that you don’t even wait for the new year. You are already doing them. And then there are those tasks that cause so much dread that you are scared to go near your list. Admit it, things that make your skin crawl just by thinking about it. For an introvert it might be the pressure to…
  • The 7 Cs of Communication for Writing Brilliant Blog Posts

    Marya Jan
    11 Nov 2013 | 1:50 pm
    TweetThere are two main reasons that might stop you – a small business owner – from starting a blog, or keep moving forward with it: #1 You feel running a business blog will take too much of your time and effort. #2 You think you are not good enough of a writer to start a blog. Today we are going to bust the second myth. You don’t need to be a world class writer to start and run a business blog with success. You don’t even need to think of yourself as a writer (I don’t). Blogging for business is actually a marketing activity. You have my permission to take the…
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    I Need Help With WordPress | Help With WordPress | WordPress Help | Technical Help for WordPress | Build a site with WordPress

  • WordPress 3.8.2 Released

    10 Apr 2014 | 5:34 am
    The latest version of WordPress was released – version 3.8.2 has gone Live! If you have not yet done so, now is the time to backup your site and upgrade! The good folks over at even state, “This is an important security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. This releases fixes a weakness that could let an attacker force their way into your site by forging authentication cookies. ” If you have automatic background updates enabled then your site has probably already have been updated. Personally, I like…
  • Profitable Content Creation – What to Do When You’re Running Out of Content Ideas (3 Big Tips)

    6 Apr 2014 | 6:52 am
    Jeff Herring – Content Creation Aficionado The struggle for many content marketers, both new and experienced, is consistently coming up with ideas for creating content. I’ve noticed that many go through a few stages in their struggle to come up with content ideas. Sometimes it is easy to put pen to paper (of fingers to the keyboard) and write like crazy. The ideas flow easily, the phrases come to you from the ether and life is feeling good. On the other hand (and it seems like this might be the case more frequently), it is s struggle to come up with one little blog post or…
  • Boost Your Productivity

    27 Mar 2014 | 6:43 am
    I was chatting with my friend, Nicole Dean of CoachGlue and she let me know that she had this awesome graphic about productivity. The first 3 of the 6 steps that are highlighted in the graphic are: Separate Your Tasks in Order of Priority Plan, Plan, Plan Start Early How early do you start in the morning (or dare I say, the afternoon)? You can click on the image to see the full graphic over on her site and even learn how to make your own infographics! The post Boost Your Productivity appeared first on I Need Help With WordPress | Help With WordPress | WordPress Help | Technical Help for…
  • Why You Should Use WordPress For Your Website

    25 Mar 2014 | 6:30 pm
    There is no doubt that the blogging has changed the internet as we know it today. The days of boring, stale, static content websites are over. Bloggers have become a source of fresh and interesting content for internet users across the world. The blogosphere is constantly evolving and changing thanks to this seemingly unending stream of interesting information published by regular people like you. The great thing about the blogosphere is that anyone can contribute to it. You can start blogging and get your word out there today with a great open source blogging platform known as WordPress. It…
  • 4 Hours of Live Business Building Training

    11 Mar 2014 | 7:35 pm
    Paul & Michele I recently sent out some information about my friend Michele Scism’s amazing project to raise $10K for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. She is offering 4 hours of live business building training. She’ll be broadcasting live from a studio in Denver and sharing her step by step plan for getting a profitable online business going fast in exchange for just a $20 donation to St. Jude’s Children’s hospital. I know that Michele always over-delivers on her content. Four hours of business building education is a steal for $20. Learn more and sign up at Cash for a Cure…
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  • Social Media Marketing – Use This Powerful Suite Of Twitter Tools

    Robert A. Kearse
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:30 pm
    Social Media Authority! Your Unique Presence In Social Media Means That You Can Have An Individual Influence And Authority That No One Else Online Can Match Using automated resources to magnify your impact and influence in social media is a recipe for sustained success. Here are 5 effective tools to increase your power and authority on Twitter. TwitterFeed I use this resource to have this blog’s posts automatically posted to Twitter. Twitterfeed can take your RSS feeds and post new items to the social platforms of your choosing (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn.) ClickToTweet When you want…
  • Increase Blog Traffic With This Powerful Long Tail Keyword Strategy

    Robert A. Kearse
    2 Apr 2014 | 11:43 am
    Can You Handle Very Heavy Traffic? This Potent Traffic Strategy Will Never Go Out Of Style The above testimony from Neil Patel, blog traffic guru, means that his blog traffic increased from 88,833 visitors per month to 262,169 visitors per month. In other words he almost tripled his blog’s monthly traffic. His first step was to use Google Analytics to determine what long tail keywords were bringing significant traffic to his blog. Then, Neil describes exactly how he uses Google Suggest with his newly compiled list to greatly expand the supply of log tail keywords. Then it is a simple…
  • Top 101 Blog Directories And RSS Submission Sites – Weekly Update #219

    Robert A. Kearse
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:59 pm
    The Number Of Quality Blog And RSS Directories Is Shrinking So Maintain Your Regular Submission Schedule You may refer to the entire list (377 entries) at the Blog Directory List New blog directories and RSS feed directories: ADDED: Bundle Post RSS Project Locate on entire list Quiet Book Blog (I have included this link because I love books!) Locate on entire list SEO Backlinks Builder Locate on entire list Blog directories and RSS submission…
  • Magnify The Power Of Your Social Media Presence With This Valuable Resource

    Robert A. Kearse
    27 Mar 2014 | 7:55 pm
    Potent Social Media Asset Maximize The Impact Of Your Social Media Assets With A Resource That Concentrates Your Social Presence in One Place If you are still relying on search engine traffic for the vast bulk of your blog traffic, then you are operating in the “stone ages” of Internet marketing strategy. Obtaining targeted traffic should always be your strategic goal. Social media sites provide an optimum opportunity to achieve such targeted traffic, because you can define your social interaction to provoke the narrowly focused traffic you desire. Your traffic strategy should…
  • How To Write And Market A New York Times Bestselling Business Book

    Robert A. Kearse
    17 Mar 2014 | 4:43 pm
    There's Nothing Like The Prestige Of A Bestseller Another Strategy That Will Enhance Your Personal Reputation As An Authority Figure, This Time As A Bestselling Author I ran across a post by bestselling author, Jay Baer, in the form of a 48 item "SlideShare". The title of his post is "25 Secrets - How I Wrote and Marketed a New York Times Bestselling Business Book". The knowledge he shared is so powerful that I have featured some of his insights below, with a final link to the original post. Hey, Jay does not sugar coat the pill. You had better understand the significance of this reality if…
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    Hot Blog Tips

  • WordPress Theme Blunder, New Look and Great Service (Audiocast)

    Brian Hawkins
    13 Apr 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Recorded just for you… In this post and audiocast (pre-podcast?) I highlight a WordPress Theme blunder on my part, how great customer service turned my frown upside down and the new look for Hot Blog Tips. In preparation for our upcoming podcast, I’m recording audio to accompany our blog posts and I truly believe it’s... The post WordPress Theme Blunder, New Look and Great Service (Audiocast) appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
  • Planning of The Hot Blog Tips’ Podcast

    Brian Hawkins
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    For several years now I’ve talked about starting a podcast for the Hot Blog Tips community. Saying is not planning so it’s high time to take that talking to a level of action. I made the decision late last year to make the podcast a priority in 2014 and this post is designed to inform... The post Planning of The Hot Blog Tips’ Podcast appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
  • Fireside Chat on Blogging With Mitch Mitchell – Almost ;)

    Brian Hawkins
    1 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    Last Sunday I had the pleasure of discussing blogging with Mitch Mitchell . It was a nice change of pace to just have a casual discussion about something I’m so passionate about without the pressures of teaching and actual content creation. Even though the overall point in the video wasn’t to provide “blogging content”, I... The post Fireside Chat on Blogging With Mitch Mitchell – Almost ;) appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
  • E-Commerce and Digital Download Solutions For Bloggers

    Brian Hawkins
    30 Mar 2014 | 9:56 am
    We’re proud to talk E-Commerce with Yvonne Heimann in a Google HOA (Hangout on Air). The live conversation aired Sunday, March 30th, 2014 with Yvonne Heimann, Sheryl Loch and myself. We addressed e-commerce solutions and the benefit of offering digital downloads. Is blogging for profit a concern for you? If so, you’ve come to the... The post E-Commerce and Digital Download Solutions For Bloggers appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
  • What is Hashtag Hijacking? Using Trending Hashtags For More Exposure

    Brian D. Hawkins
    20 Mar 2014 | 5:01 am
    Simply put, we see trending Hashtags across the various social media websites and that means those trending topics are hot as far as search and interaction for that moment. For example, last week we seen #Oscars trending on Twitter. This weekend #DaylightSavings and #SpringForward dominated Google Plus search topics. Next week, #StPatricksDay will undoubtedly top... The post What is Hashtag Hijacking? Using Trending Hashtags For More Exposure appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
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    Mandy Boyle

  • HOLY WHOA. I haven’t posted in awhile.

    15 Apr 2014 | 9:03 am
    In the midst of moving, adulting, working on NEPA BlogCon and The Vintage Advisory Board, teaching, and host of other things, I forgot about you, Bloggy McBloggerson. I’m so, so sorry. Well, only kind of. I’m happy that while I was away from you, I was out living, doing great things, and really putting some of my [...]
  • Things, Things, Things

    4 Feb 2014 | 8:25 pm
    January was a month of things. Big Things. Like buying our first house and all of the stuff that comes with it, like moving, DIYing, and unpacking. Small Things. Like the pleasure of having a dishwasher (I’m seriously in love) and not having to have three blankets on the bed to stay warm because your new place [...]
  • Looking Forward to the Year Ahead

    1 Jan 2014 | 4:25 pm
    New year, big things, lots to think about and be grateful for. I’ve always been fond of taking time to reflect on the past, revel in the present, and delight in the future on New Years. All too often, we find ourselves feeling like we need to be better, do better, and change so much in [...]
  • Good Talk

    30 Nov 2013 | 3:41 pm
    In the past two months, I’ve been fortunate enough to have had quite a few great talks. One was with my Dad, as we traveled to New York City together on his first visit ever to Manhattan, where we would see a Broadway show (Pippin), eat good food, and take in some of the sights. All [...]
  • The Wedding Vendor Dance

    29 Nov 2013 | 7:51 am
      It starts off slow. You scan for friendly faces, those who can be perfect partners. You make a mental note of their names. What you like about them. What you think they can bring to the floor. You take a deep breath. You approach and you ask. A positive response! How exciting! You smile. It’s all falling into place. You [...]
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    Michelle Shaeffer

  • Free Guide: Blue-Collar Blogging & Publishing for Profit

    Michelle Shaeffer
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:50 pm
    “Buzz” – if you’re an author, blogger, speaker, leader, or movement-builder, you want to create it. But how? How can you find your hive? Cross-pollinate with others? Create something sweet? In Buzz: Blue-Collar Blogging & Publishing for Profit, your authors won’t sell you a get-rich quick scheme. Rather, they draw from their personal experience in blogging, publishing, guerrilla marketing and movement-building to show you practical steps to move you toward an honest, sustainable living from your words and your passions. Whether you’re just getting…
  • 5 Smart Ways to Keep Visitors on Your Business Website

    Michelle Shaeffer
    4 Apr 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Guest Post by Naomi Dinsmore Creating a business start-up website for the first time can be tricky. What colours should you use? Do you add a picture of yourself? How many web pages do you need? In reality it’s a lot simpler than you think. All websites have a basic layout, which creates the best user experience for their visitors and more importantly keeps them returning. Let’s start looking what your business start-up website needs. 1.     The Right Colours Photo Credit: Wiccked First impressions are everything and the colour of your website is the first visual your readers will…
  • How to Create a Loyal Blog Audience #infographic

    Michelle Shaeffer
    7 Mar 2014 | 2:01 pm
    Courtesy of: Quick Sprout What’s your favorite tip or lesson from this infographic? You just finished reading How to Create a Loyal Blog Audience #infographic! Consider leaving a comment!Content in this feed is copyright Michelle Shaeffer and may not be republished without written permission.
  • 31 Ways to Make Money With Your Blog

    Michelle Shaeffer
    5 Mar 2014 | 12:24 pm
    There are lots of options for monetizing your blog.  Here’s a list (in totally random order!) of 31 ways you can profit from your blog: Write review of products you’re an affiliate for (check or for products that might be a good fit for your blog) Add a banner or promo to specific posts or your sidebar for an affiliate product Create a resources page where you link to affiliate products/services you recommend Offer a free ebook that includes affiliate links Create an ebook that’s for sale directly on your blog ( is an easy sales option)…
  • 18 Smarter Ways to Promote Affiliate Products #infographic

    Michelle Shaeffer
    2 Mar 2014 | 4:26 pm
    Most bloggers who attempt to make money as an affiliate for products or services quickly become frustrated and wonder why it’s not working for them… Hint: Be smarter than signing up for an affiliate program and then just adding a banner to your side bar or sending out a couple of tweets. You just finished reading 18 Smarter Ways to Promote Affiliate Products #infographic! Consider leaving a comment!Content in this feed is copyright Michelle Shaeffer and may not be republished without written permission.
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    Goins, Writer

  • 003: On Chasing a Dream While Honoring Your Commitments [Podcast]

    Jeff Goins
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:00 am
    Ever struggled to chase a dream without flaking out on your friends? Or wanted to pursue a passion but you were worried about getting fired? Welcome to the tension. Photo Credit: kevinschoenmakers via Compfight cc It’s one thing to talk about quitting your job to go do what you love and quite another to walk out the process in real life. In this episode of the Portfolio Life podcast, I debunk the myths of pursuing a passion and share what it really takes. I also answer listener questions about how to hustle on a side project while still holding down a day job, why work-life balance is…
  • Your Calling Doesn’t Always Look Like You Think It Should

    Jeff Goins
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Sometimes, all we need to find our calling is see what’s always been there. The journey of discovering my own life’s work was not a process of dreaming, but remembering: of looking backward, not forward. Photo Credit: boston_camera via Compfight cc Little did I know as I was pursuing one path in life that my true vocation was hiding in the shadows, watching from afar like a distant love interest. That’s the funny thing about a calling. It can sneak up on you. Some people wait their whole lives for the right career, refusing to begin their lives until clarity comes. Longing for a…
  • 002: This Might Not Work: A Conversation with Seth Godin About Art [Podcast]

    Jeff Goins
    14 Apr 2014 | 10:32 am
    Note: I originally published this interview on my blog over a year ago, but because it was so good, I resurrected it to include with the launch of my new podcast. Enjoy! Are you afraid to share your work with the world? Do you secretly worry if you created something that mattered, people would hate it? That’s what making art is all about — and why I wanted to interview Seth Godin. The one and only Seth Godin It’s not every day you get to interview one of your heroes. In this conversation with Seth Godin, I got to do just that. For 34 minutes, we talked about art, fear, and…
  • Writing Your Story Could Be the Most Important Thing You Ever Do

    Claire DeBoer
    12 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Editor’s note: Claire De Boer is a writer, editor, and mentor with a special interest in how story connects and heals us. She is also a certified Journal to the Selfinstructor. Visit her blog to download a free eBook, Soul Writing. Until a couple of years ago, I was a fiction writer. I didn’t understand why people would want to write about real life when they could create something far more exciting in a fictional world. Photo Credit: Tim Geers via Compfight cc Creating characters and placing them in whatever situations I crafted for them was liberating, exciting. The real life…
  • 001: What Is the Portfolio Life? [Podcast]

    Jeff Goins
    10 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    You are not just what you do. You were made for more than just one thing. Your life is a portfolio of activities, all of which make you who you are. In this short, kick-off episode of my new podcast, my friend Jared Easley and I discuss why I’m starting a podcast — and why maybe you should, too. We also talk about the idea behind the title, The Portfolio Life, and what it means for artists, entrepreneurs, and those who want to make a difference with their work. I think you’ll like it. Click to listen What is the Portfolio Life? I didn’t come up with this idea of a…
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  • Prevent Cyber Crime Before It Starts

    Kevin Anderson
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:10 am
    Have you ever received an email from someone you didn’t know who wanted you to link to their site? Or maybe you opened a document that you thought was safe only to get a computer virus months later? With the advancement of any new technology comes the advancement of scams and hacking. These invisible criminals […] Read The Rest On Get Busy Media
  • My Conversation with Mike Glezos

    Jim Armstrong
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    “This is an important thing to understand: always being humble enough to realize that you don’t know everything. There’s someone out there who can teach you something.” – Mike Glezos, March 27th 2014 Last month I was fortunate enough to speak with Mike Glezos, vice president of digital marketing at corpNet and founder of Biz […] Read The Rest On Get Busy Media
  • 5 Must-Dos on Twitter for Every Entrepreneur

    Guest Writer
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Twitter, with 241 million monthly active users, is a social platform you cannot afford to ignore. As an entrepreneur who wants to engage the attention of a perceptive target audience, there can be no better friend than Twitter. It’s a great tool for community building, extending brand awareness, connecting with other businesses and listening to conversations […] Read The Rest On Get Busy Media
  • 20 Myths to Steer Clear of When Starting a Small Business

    Guest Writer
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Several myths related to small businesses are well nurtured by people and eagerly passed on to new entrants. However, to run your business confidently and successfully, you need to have clarity in your mind and not get confused with these false notions.  1. If you are a start-up the Government will provide a grant There […] Read The Rest On Get Busy Media
  • Top 5 Smartphones in 2014 for Business

    Guest Writer
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    Without a doubt, today’s smartphones are a business traveler’s best friend. These nifty devices keep everything rolling when you’re on the go. Not only are business travelers using smartphones to email, text, review spreadsheets and stay in touch with clients, but they are using them to book flights, compare hotel prices, rent cars and even […] Read The Rest On Get Busy Media
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  • EaseUS MobiSaver

    Sajith Dissanayake
    9 Apr 2014 | 7:29 am
    I have been using Apple products since 3 years ago. I started with the iPad for my kids. After finding out that it is really good, I bought an iPhone for myself. But then disaster struck when my iPhone decided to go bonkers last week. That’s when I was searching high and low and thankfully I found an iPhone data recovery software called EaseUS MobiSaver. You can check out the link for it here: It was so easy to use and all it took was 3 simple steps. First you Scan, then a Preview will appear and finally Export. It took only…
  • Why is The Hiwe increasingly popular among teens

    Sajith Dissanayake
    9 Apr 2014 | 7:21 am
    In case you haven’t heard of The Hiwe yet lets do a quick introduction. The Hiwe offers a genuine chatting experience with a completely redefined model of reciprocal engagement between users. As far as you can remember chat used to just a lot of lines of text above one another right. Well not with The Hiwe. Creators themselves claim they were trying to find a more engaging layout that would attract users to one another. Text alone does not cut it anymore so they figured since it’s a general public chat where random people are supposed to meet and chat, best unique identifier of each user…
  • Business Imperatives for Incorporating DRM into CMS

    Sajith Dissanayake
    7 Apr 2014 | 4:35 am
    As an increasing number of organisations are turning to highly advanced methodologies in the processes of production, while seeking out revenue generating possibilities, there is a growing need to constantly protect the content in order to ensure ethical business practices and execute new business frameworks. Thus, new business imperatives are increasingly raising the worth of having an intelligent enterprise rights management utility in their enterprise content systems. The right to intellectual property is progressively seen in the digital aspect, if not exclusively. Every organisation or…
  • Looking to convert a video to DVD?

    Sajith Dissanayake
    23 Jan 2014 | 10:51 am
    With numerous different ways to convert from one format to the other it has never been easier to revitalise those old videos, and consumers can choose between a DIY option and a professional option. The DIY option will require you to buy some equipment whereas the professional option is as simple as mailing a letter – the choice is yours. If you would like a professional to handle the videos then it can work out cheaper, easier and most definitely safer, because there are can be some complications when it comes to converting to DVD. This could take longer but will save you the time and…
  • How to make the right choice when approaching film production companies

    Sajith Dissanayake
    21 Jan 2014 | 11:14 am
    Video is an integral part of many business-focused marketing strategies with the ever-changing world of multimedia being an excellent platform for companies of all sizes to promote their products or services in a creative and engaging way. But when it comes to film and video production, how can you ensure you select the service that is right for you?     There are a number of production companies out there, many of which specialise in creating the perfect videos to sell and market your business to the people that matter but how can you ensure you sort the wheat from the chaff and…
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  • Managed Hosting

    16 Apr 2014 | 11:26 am
    As part of the Buddy program I will manage all the back office things for you, as well as help you learn how to do it for your self if you wanted to learn it. Security & Safety I will set in place all the online Security for you, now as you know, I make no promises that you will never fall victim to an attack, as it happens, but remember you are not alone, you got a buddy. Full Site Backups I will keep regular backups of your golden site, just in case we get an attack that gets past our walls, and as your buddy will go out my way to get you back up and running. Updates and plugins I will…
  • WordPress Buddy Program

    16 Apr 2014 | 11:25 am
    You probably been approached many times before, to have a online website and promised many things, am I right? I Make You No Promises? Getting local business to the top of the search engines is easy, and it is always one of our goals, and I could promise you this, but I don’t and never will, “Why?” because in the SEO world that is a fools promise. What Is The Buddy Program? When you allow me to host and set you up with a site, you are not alone, my packages are not like any you have looked at before, your not joining a firm, your joining me. You have full contact with me,…
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  • Interview with SEO and Content Strategist Doc Sheldon

    Ahmad Wali
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:41 pm
    First of all, I would like to thank Doc Sheldon for spending his valuable time and answering the questions. Doc Sheldon is SEO and Content Strategist and he is the founder of Intrinsic Value SEO and the editor of The Meld. He also write for Search Engine Watch and many other publications. You can follow Doc Sheldon on Google+. I’ve been following Doc Sheldon since 2009 and his observations on SEO world always inspire me. Here are some interesting answers from Doc Sheldon. Q: Many webmasters and businesses are getting afraid after Google penalties. What should be done to follow the…
  • What Happens after the Google Manual Penalty is Revoked?

    Ahmad Wali
    8 Apr 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Most of the webmasters are wondering what happens after the penalty is revoked? You may have high hopes like big companies getting their penalties revoked and getting back in search results. To be honest, there is not much to expect after removal of penalty. I have received a lot of business thanks to Google manual web spam actions. Most of the people were reaching out for Google penalty removal services. I have successfully managed to revoke more than ten penalties. Most of them were related to un-natural links to their website. I also received the outbound/external links penalty that I got…
  • Google Hates Forum Profile Links – Penguin Case Study

    Ahmad Wali
    5 Oct 2013 | 11:32 pm
    There was a time when Angela and Paul links were very famous on Warrior Forums. Those links used to do miracles for low quality search engine optimization experts. It was the time before the launch of Google Penguin updates. Forums were considered one of the best ways to boost search engine rankings and people used to include spammy forum marketing in their arsenal. Remember, good SEOs never appreciated spamming the forums. When the concept of CHEAP and AFFORDABLE SEO Services introduced, most of us were fascinated because third world SEO Experts used forums as one of the main spam building…
  • List of 20 Enterprise Level SEO Tools

    Ahmad Wali
    30 Sep 2013 | 10:30 am
    When it comes to enterprise level, you only need the best SEO tools for your business to stay ahead of the competition. There are many SEO software that offer different options to manage your campaigns. Many enterprise level SEO tools perform tasks in one system and manage your thousands or even millions of pages from a single platform. You can try them using a demo option that is available with most of the software before you buy. Why You Need an Enterprise Level SEO Tool? If you want to stay updated about the search engine updates and want to track your rankings for millions of pages, then…
  • Google Approach on Directory Links – Penguin Case Study

    Ahmad Wali
    20 Sep 2013 | 2:06 am
    There is a debate on different forums on how Google is dealing with directory links? Google approach towards directory links is very unclear. However, I have compiled few responses and observations when requesting reconsideration request from my blog and clients. We know that Google does not like massive article campaigns with too many links going to your website. Similarly, directories are also the victim of devaluation from Google. Google Policy Buying or selling links that pass PageRank. You can conclude that “Paid Directories” are out of the game for sure. If a directory is asking…
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    Why You Must Blog

  • Blog your way out of the gulf

    25 Mar 2014 | 2:08 pm
    We’ve spoken about your health in business, but what about your mental health? This month the Word Carnival bloggers tackle “Mental Health and Your Business.” In our three decades of business, we’ve employed upwards of 50 people. I used to count how many of their names ended in ‘a’, including my own. Along with other mental collections of little use, could such an interest suggest a very mild case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Are there variations in mental health as there are in physical health? A sniffle, a cold, a nasty cold, a shocking cold, flu,…
  • 5 good reasons to blog

    17 Feb 2014 | 12:09 am
    A blog post doesn’t gather dust on a bookshelf. It’s there for as long as we have a world to power the Internet. Please don’t take your knowledge, research and experience into your dotage or the grave unsung. It is your legacy. Sandy McDonald, from a presentation in February 2014 Blogging is a game changer. For these five compelling reasons alone if you’re in business, the question shouldn’t be are you blogging? But, if not why not? Or, if you are how can you blog even better? Claim to fame As a business owner, whatever your offer or solution, you’ve invested…
  • Blogging is your legacy

    28 Jan 2014 | 1:16 am
    If you’re not past midlife yet, one day you will be. Then this scenario will be common to you. If you’re decades off, then this is about your parents. Either way it remains relevant. This is the first Word Carnival post for 2014 based on one of our Carnies becoming a new parent in January. No matter what age you are, parent or grandparent or no, Parentpreneurs: What Being a Parent Can Teach You About Business, will provide an abundance of relevant advice you can apply to your business today. How many boxes does this tick for you? You’re past midlife. Although in your…
  • Feed your army broccoli. And blog.

    11 Jan 2014 | 11:12 pm
    Have you ever noticed how people who have spent some decades involved in their profession are often great story tellers? Their knowledge, both lived and learned is innate, they hold great store by it and they have a fund of anecdotes to illustrate it. People who are in their sixties have been working for over four decades. In that time, they’ve become a body of knowledge, an association of one in their field of expertise. It’s said it takes 10,000 hours to become highly skilled in anything. After so many years, skills become instinctive, tuned to exceptional performance by…
  • The first seven, costly business blogging mistakes

    26 Nov 2013 | 1:04 am
    This is a cup of tea/glass of wine post and the last in the 2013 Word Carnival series. This month, “A Hundred Ways to Screw Up When Buying Or Building A Website”. For start ups, entrepreneurs, corporate escapees and business owners (of all sizes), the question is no longer ‘should I be blogging’, but ‘how do I or we do it and do it well, or how do I or we do it better for better results? Let’s make a quick distinction here between your website and your blog. There isn’t one. But that doesn’t mean that you might not end up with two. See MISTAKE…
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    Basic Blog Tips

  • Are Businesses Still Creating Websites Specifically for Mobile?

    Amanda DiSilvestro
    7 Apr 2014 | 1:35 am
    Creating a specific website just for mobile can still work for many companies. Unfortunately, creating a website that favors the small screen is quite different than a website you would create for a desktop. This puts extra pressure on web designers because they have to create a website for both a desktop as well as a mobile-optimized version. If you do not have a web designer, then thinking about these different ways customers get information will be important. A website is usually the first thing a startup company creates, so there are a few things to bear in mind. VISIT THE BLOG TO…
  • How to Tell Your Story and Connect with Your Audience on YouTube

    31 Mar 2014 | 1:25 am
    Are you making the most out of your YouTube channel? Here's what I mean by that. I'm sure by now you have uploaded a video or two to YouTube. Perhaps you even created a playlist or learned how to add annotations that link back to your website. Of course you should always try to send people back to your blog from outposts like YouTube, but let's face it, lot's of people will never leave YouTube and head for your home base unless you've given them a darn good reason to do so. VISIT THE BLOG TO CONTINUE READING:
  • 11 Brilliant Podcasts To Help You Improve Your WordPress Blog Significantly

    17 Mar 2014 | 1:17 am
    Podcasts and podcasting are quickly becoming part of main stream culture. It's no secret that the proliferation of Smart Phones and their wide spread use among consumers of all ages, has played a huge part of the so-called Podcasting Renaissance. Podcasters are learning quickly how starting a podcast can open doors in terms of audience development. There's nothing better than literally getting "inside the heads" of your listeners when they subscribe to your show. iPhone, iPads and other smart devices put podcasts into the hands of every-day users who can access their favorite shows as they…
  • Harness the Power of Images to Breathe New Life into Old Blog Posts

    3 Mar 2014 | 4:07 am
    If you have been blogging for awhile I'm sure you have some classic, evergreen content buried in your blog's archives. It's the kind of blog post that needs to get as much exposure as possible because it's extremely helpful, well written, and even though it already has a ton of social shares, you and I both know that it deserves even more. Now that you know the kind of post I'm talking about, let's take a look at how you can use sites like Pinterest and Google + to get your post the traffic and attention it so desperately needs. VISIT THE BLOG TO CONTINUE READING:
  • Social Buzz Club Webinars Are Smoking Hot #sbzclub

    21 Feb 2014 | 7:12 pm
    My favorite reason for introducing you to the Social Buzz Club is the unique learning experiences offered during their weekly webinars. There is always so much to learn in the constantly changing landscape of social media and the online marketing and the weekly webinars keep you on the cutting edge of what's hot and what's not in the online world. VISIT THE BLOG TO CONTINUE READING:
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    Sandy Metcalf

  • Conversations with God- still talking

    Sandy Metcalf
    14 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    Conversations with God- still talking To recap last week and the first part of this article check out Conversations with God. OK after the little exercise I had you do last week you should be pretty comfortable with who you are and know your limits in what you will give to yourself is only defined by what is in your own mind. That you are incapable of pulling a star from the sky if you do not first reach up. So have faith in you, and look to the Heavens and see all the wonder there waiting for you to just extend your hand and touch your star! It feels good doesn’t it? I spent my entire…
  • Conversations with God

    Sandy Metcalf
    7 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
      I used this article I wrote up in 2006 after my marriage ended in 2001 as an inspiration for a recent blog post Wow it’s 2014 but, I have had such interest in the subject and questions about how to implement the changes you want to bring about in your life that will help you create an environment and mindset that will bring you what you desire- from success, to well being to control over your life and more you are looking for, that I have decided as we get ready to take off for a much needed vacation and a break from planning our wedding for June, to instead of picking more snippets from…
  • Gratitude and how living with a mindset of gratitude can make you happy

    Sandy Metcalf
    3 Mar 2014 | 11:00 am
    Gratitude and how living with a mindset of gratitude can make you happy  Wow! March already the time seems to breeze by, as we get closer to our wedding date. We have gotten a lot of things all coming together and it will be June before I know it. But for now it is March. On the first I had my birthday and I also started researching and thinking about what I wanted to write about for March. I needed something that would hold you until April So I decided that I wanted to talk about is gratitude and how living with a mindset of gratitude can make you happy, and bring you the success you strive…
  • Did you know that Passion

    Sandy Metcalf
    3 Feb 2014 | 11:00 am
    Did you know that Passion  Did you know that Passion, it’s not simply a word or an emotion, but a roadmap to success! Hi everyone hard to believe it is now February, January went very fast as I have been busy planning my wedding. I have missed writing for you, but having this time has allowed me to get a lot done on the wedding which I will do a blog about later on as some of you may be interested in the short cuts and some of things I have learned about putting a wedding and reception together. Since I found little real help online myself, and had to learn from scratch. But that aside, I…
  • Wow it’s 2014

    Sandy Metcalf
    6 Jan 2014 | 11:00 am
    Wow it’s 2014 Wow it’s 2014, and as I told you last week  this year I am going to take the blog in a new direction. The funny thing about that decision is just how and what to do for this first blog article of the new year. I knew I wanted to shift gears here, I knew I wanted to live mom’s mantra through here a little “A better world starts with one person, be that one person. Not just get stuck in the loop of Network Marketing that I felt I had said it all, and as a writer I wanted to branch out in trying to pay it forward using my voice in more diversified subjects in the articles…
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    Blogs Daddy

  • How to Add Hire Me On oDesk Widget to Blogger Blog

    8 Apr 2014 | 1:49 am
    oDesk is the amazing website for professional freelance work on internet. If you really want to make a living working at home then stop seeking and join oDesk today. Making an account on oDesk is not enough, you need to do some things to get work... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How To Create and Setup Subdomain in GoDaddy

    6 Apr 2014 | 4:22 am
    In my previous post I have explained how to convert your personal Pinterest account to a Business account. Today I am going to share another guide how to create & setup a sub domain with GoDaddy. If you have registered your domain with GoDaddy... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Step by Step Guide: Convert Your Pinterest Account to a Business Account

    1 Apr 2014 | 4:36 am
    Bloggers and business owners like Pinterest social network because they are getting a lot of traffic from Pinterest. You may be interested in accessing the Pinterest as a Business. A lot of bloggers, people and business companies who joined... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Add Official Author Box Widget in Blogger Blog

    26 Mar 2014 | 2:21 am
    Author box helps us to know more about the write of the blog or blog post. Over the couple of years, using the Author Box widgets for Blogspot blogs have become an important requirement. In fact, it’s not only just meant for publicizing the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Elegant Email Subscription Widget For Your Blogger Blog

    22 Mar 2014 | 7:15 am
    Email subscription widgets play important role in increasing the blogs traffic. Many bloggers use it as a machine which gives traffic to their blogs. Creating a attractive email subscription box is smart idea. If you are writing high quality content... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Mobile blogging

    Armi Niemi
    26 Mar 2014 | 10:35 am
    • Facebook • Google • Twitter • FriendFeed I’m gonna try mobile blogging how it would work out. Because I don’t want to sit at the computer for hours. Sitting is bad for you and me. Today it was 10 C and sunny. I saw first fower in our garden yesterday. Imagine it’s only March. The spring is one month early this year.
  • Happy New Year!

    Armi Niemi
    1 Jan 2013 | 1:07 pm
    • Facebook • Google • Twitter • FriendFeed I just installed a WordPress application to my mobile phone and I’m testing it now how it is and how it works
  • Half Way There #blogboost

    Armi Niemi
    15 Apr 2012 | 12:30 pm
    • Facebook • Google • Twitter • FriendFeed It’s 15th of April. Which means I’m half way in the Ultimate Blog Challenge. It’s the 2nd time I take part in it. This time I haven’t been as nervous about keeping the pace to post than I was the 1st time. I’m 3 posts behind after this one. When I look at my goals for April: 1. Alexa has gone down by 32K ( 124K to go) 2. I will get ca 1000 pageviews this month with the current pace (my goal was 1500). 3. I have received 10 new likes to my facebook page (my goal for this month is 20 new likes so this…
  • 3 Secrets To Attracting More Wealth

    Armi Niemi
    12 Apr 2012 | 3:18 pm
    • Facebook • Google • Twitter • FriendFeed Most people will admit that wealth brings in more happiness and so there is no surprise that people want to attract more success. The problem however is that people tend to try and force success into their lives and this leads to more problems. In order to really attract more success, there are actually three secrets that can utilize to be able to see more success in life. Here are a few things to consider when it comes to attracting more success. Visualize Success In order to have success, you must see it before it comes. This is…
  • The Benefits Of Google Plus For Your Business

    Armi Niemi
    12 Apr 2012 | 3:02 pm
    • Facebook • Google • Twitter • FriendFeed Essentially Google Plus is a social networking site. It was designed to compete with sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Several reviews have recognized that Google Plus offers many of the social media benefits all rolled into one package. Additionally, Google Plus has the added benefit of being able to integrate many of the Google services that we are already dependent on with added personalization and flexibility. You can set your Google Plus profile as public or private, you can post blogs, share links, videos and photos with…
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    Blog and Retire Blog

  • A Quick and Free Way to Get More Exposure to Your Facebook Fan Page Posts – I Personally Got a 500% Increase After Using This Trick

    17 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    Facebook has been making it so that facebook fan page posts don’t end up on the homepage newsfeeds as much as before. So I’ve been trying to think of ways to make up for that. I like to come up with super easy ways to leverage the free tools that are already there that I’m already using, and an idea sparked up in my brain a few weeks ago and I wanted to share that with you here because this tip will be relevant for as long as Facebook exists (which will probably be for a very long time). What you do is first, you schedule posts to your facebook fan page. Optimize them with…
  • Are Postcards Perfect Marketing Tools?

    Brian Morris
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    Most online businesses don’t even think to do offline marketing. Mailing out postcards to physical addresses on a targeted mailing list just never crosses their mind. They seem to stay online with all their marketing efforts, mainly collecting email addresses. But if you’re not even trying offline marketing strategies, you might be missing out on half of your potential clients/customers, and thus possibly beating out your competition with one simple technique. Are postcards perfect marketing tools? That’s the question I’ve set out to answer. Below, I’ve detailed what…
  • A Quick Facebook Fan Page Post Idea to Get More Shares

    7 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    I’ve been studying everything about Facebook fan pages and FB ads lately, so my brain has obviously been on Facebook. I’ve been thinking of different strategies to get more exposure to Facebook fan pages (since Facebook hasn’t been showing fanpages’ posts on homepage newsfeeds as much any more). Well, I had seen a couple of word searches on facebook lately and they tell you to share the post when you find a certain word. So I decided to create a word search facebook fan page post campaign for my personal development fan page. Click here to make your own word searches.
  • 5 Easy Ways to Get Customers To Refer Their Friends To You

    Brian Morris
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    Word-of-mouth marketing is the most powerful form there is; when people hear their friends rave about a company, product or service, they want to give it a try. That’s why it literally pays to develop customer referral programs for your business. Here are five easy ways to get customers to refer their friends to you. 1. Discount Referral Cards Print referral cards to hand to your current customers when they check out. Consider developing a unique promotion in which a customer gets, say, a 5 percent discount for every friend they bring in with them (with their contact information filled…
  • 10 Important Lessons I Learned in My First Year Blogging

    Jen Leeman
    27 Mar 2014 | 7:30 am
    Hi there. I’m Jen and I am a new blogger on the scene. I started blogging in August 2013, so the title of this post is a little misleading. I haven’t even celebrated my first “Blogiversary” yet. Although I’m still very green, I have learned a ton of stuff about blogging already, which I’d like to share. If you are new to blogging or thinking of starting a blog (DO IT!) I want you to know that although there is an overwhelming amount of information out there, you can harness it and pluck out the things you need for your blog. One way to do this is to create…
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    Problogging Success

  • 5 Reasons That Force You To Quit Blogging [And How To Fix Them]

    Jane Sheeba
    7 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
    You start blogging with all your dreams. You want to proclaim yourself as an entrepreneur. Or you may want to build that dream business you’ve always been wanting to build. Or you want send your message out. Or may be you want to financially support your family by doing your part of “something”. Everyone has different reasons for starting a blog. However I am quite familiar of coming across abandoned blogs. Blog that are trashed. Blogs that are just dumped as if they are of no use anymore. With every start-up there is so much energy, hope, enthusiasm, and of course, dreams,…
  • 5 Key Things You Should Know If You Promised Yourself To Make Money Online

    Jane Sheeba
    10 Mar 2014 | 6:00 pm
    So, you get all excited about making money online, right? I was SO excited when I first found out that I could make money online. That was back in 2007 when I first found out about blogging. Actually I was away from home, at the Lancaster University, UK for my Ph. D. That was the first time EVER I was away from home, since I was born. Can you imagine? I felt really lonely. I missed my mom, dad and everything else back home. Just to replace my loneliness with something else, I started hanging out online. I usually visited sites that allowed me to download movies, forums, and … well, you…
  • My Review Of WebMeUp Backlink Tool

    Jane Sheeba
    26 Feb 2014 | 5:00 pm
    WebMeUp is online SEO software that was launched in early 2013 to focus on accurate data and technology but in a short span of time, the software has proven itself useful in the industry and its popularity has risen unexpectedly in the course of a year. There are different modules developed by WebMeUp software but one of the most significant and efficient ones happen to be the WebMeUp Backlink Tool which can be found on the company website. It should not be confused with another great product i.e. the backlink module found on the WebMeUp software package, but is a separate tool that is…
  • How to Retain Email Subscribers (when they only want a freebie from you)?

    Jane Sheeba
    24 Feb 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Let me start with this: Email marketing STILL works! It does work even more effectively than it used to work a decade ago. Email marketing might sound to be an old school marketing tactic – but it does its job much more effectively! And if you are neglecting email marketing just because you think its old school or that it has become ineffective, you are definitely missing out! I can go on and on talking about the benefits of email – but here’s the thing. Do NOT ignore email marketing thinking its old school! There might be MANY new and shiny marketing techniques that are…
  • How to Make Blogging a Pleasant Experience?

    Jane Sheeba
    19 Feb 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Blogging is a hobby for some people while a business for others. There are several kinds of blogs – personal blogs, company blogs, and informational/educational blogs and so on. And there are various niches too. People blog about travel, dieting, relationships, productivity, and well, blogging – and this list is not complete! These are only a very few of the thousands of niches people are blogging about. No matter in what niche you blog and no matter what your blogging purpose is, blogging can become unpleasant sometimes. Not “blogging” in general, but the tasks that are…
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    Tips Blogger

  • Custom Database Software for Managing Big Data

    7 Apr 2014 | 7:48 am
    Data is being created at an incredible rate in today’s increasingly technological environment. According to IBM, there are roughly 2.7 zettabytes of data out there in the world, and this number is expected to double each year. In this new age of big data, many companies are turning to custom database software just to decide what to do with all the information they are collecting. See the different uses they’ve come up with so far.
  • 5 Essential SEO Tips for E-Commerce Websites

    12 Mar 2014 | 12:39 pm
    Search engine optimization is important for any website, but for e-commerce shops it is vital. Online stores rely on sales conversions to make revenue – you can think of it like foot traffic – and without strong placement in the search engine rankings, it is like opening your store in a back alley in the least busy place in town. There are many ways to boost your e-commerce website’s rankings, but it starts with a multi-pronged strategy. Google and other search engines are the main drags of the Internet and having a successful SEO campaign is all about ensuring that your…
  • How advanced authentication, access control benefits health care industry

    5 Mar 2014 | 10:44 am
    By Andre Boysen from SecureKey The medical industry in North America and abroad faces a largely uphill battle when it comes to network and data security, especially as so many breaches have impacted these organizations in the past several years. In fact, the Identity Theft Resource Center’s annual report revealed that the health care sector was responsible for the largest number of breaches in 2013 with 267, which led to more than 4.6 million records being compromised. Although the financial services and retail sectors are at risk of experiencing significant collateral damage after a…
  • 5 Common WordPress Theme Selection Mistakes to Avoid

    4 Mar 2014 | 10:27 pm
    When you are building a website, WordPress can be one of the most powerful and versatile platforms to build your site on. Not only is WordPress easy to download and intuitive to navigate, but it is a great way to get a jumpstart on optimizing your site for the web. After you decide that WordPress is the direction you want to go in, your next venture is to pick from the thousands of different themes that are available. Much of what you’ll find are the more simple, blog-like themes, but you can also find themes for a host of applications – from magazine themes to informational site…
  • How to Get Traffic to Your Blog Without Being Penalized by Google

    22 Feb 2014 | 10:49 am
    Although changing Google algorithms have long posed problems for those trying to optimize a website or blog to increase their ranking and traffic, the truth is that Google has not really stopped you from finding ways to gain the recognition your noteworthy site deserves. Of course, these days they’ve really cracked down on black hat and gray hat SEO practices. While linking schemes used to be a more or less acceptable means of bringing in traffic and tricking the search bots, it has basically become a no-no as Google attempts to ensure that their users are getting the high-quality links…
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    Blogger Effect

  • We’re Not Good Enough To Be Facebook Friends

    Catrina Boettner
    22 Mar 2014 | 9:35 am
    Social media is a wonderful tool when you use it correctly.  It’s great for keeping up with friends and family and for connecting with people that you wouldn’t otherwise get to connect with.  But what happens when social media goes wrong?  What happens when an acquaintance decides that we’re not good enough to be Facebook friends?  What if you were that acquaintance that  wanted to disconnect from the other, what would you do?  Probably not this. I love a good compliment sandwich as much as the next person. (Does anyone REALLY like them? If you do, please leave a…
  • Is Apple Infringing On University of Wisconsin Patent? Suit Filed.

    Catrina Boettner
    18 Feb 2014 | 4:32 am
    We all want our smartphones to be faster, better, and well, smarter. Sometimes innovation comes at a price. We’ve also heard how Apple is no longer an innovator, no longer a leader in their industry. They are falling behind and they know it. Does that mean just taking what they want? Back in 1998, Gurindar Sohi and three other professors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison filed a patent which they refer to as 752, (The last 3 digits of the official patent number.) which they believe Apple, Inc. has infringed upon. The four professors created a method that you’d consider…
  • 10 Jobs That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago

    Catrina Boettner
    5 Feb 2014 | 4:29 am
    The post 10 Jobs That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago appeared first on Blogger Effect.
  • The Truth About Blogging & Content Shock [Infographic]

    Catrina Boettner
    31 Jan 2014 | 4:24 am
    Lately we’ve been hearing a lot about content shock.  We touch on it a bit in our infographic here, but we’ll be going into it far deeper in the coming weeks. But today, we’ve compiled some really quick and dirty facts. The truth about blogging that you should keep in mind whether blogging for yourself or for your businesses.  Enjoy! Add this to your blog!  Just copy and paste the code below. <p><a href=”″ target=”_blank”><img…
  • Prince Sues Fans On Facebook, Google Blogger

    Catrina Boettner
    30 Jan 2014 | 4:20 am
    Who doesn’t love Prince?  Or the artist formerly know as Prince?  Well, either way he still made some great jams.  So great, our greedy little social media music lovers just couldn’t keep our hands off them.  Prince had something to say about that. A few days ago, Prince set in motion a lawsuit, essentially suing his fans for $22 billion. $22 Billion!  How much music did we listen to?  A lot apparently.  The lawsuit, which you can read in full here, calls out individual users, bloggers, blogs and Facebook accounts that allegedly stole his music.  And by stealing we mean…
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  • Decor Revolution

    5 Apr 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Decor Revolution!! Offices, hotels, restaurants and a few other business nodes sought refuge of Interior Decor to attract customers and overwhelm them with a fancy welcome and a cozy invite. Recently its accepted widely that Interior Decor for homes to make them more cozy and interesting, Interior Designers have played an important role booming up the statistics against all other business stations that have used Interior Decor making Indian homes the most that have contributed to the Decor Revolution in the country.   A recent survey says most educated and the young blood that revolts…
  • Is GOD Artistic Or Autistic?

    26 Mar 2014 | 4:39 am
    Is GOD Artistic Or Autistic? One who’s an atheist thinks the problems he’s been facing is because “he doesn’t believe in God“. A theist thinks why are problems targeting people who believe in God so much. So many religions, all around the world, says “God! bestows wrath when people forget Him“. But those who believe Him thinks He’s totally forgotten them. Instead, theists think, God is so busy that we mean nothing to Him. He’s got ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).   A person who visits the holy place, returns home to…
  • Message:WEST :: Riddle:EAST

    Humane Human
    12 Mar 2014 | 10:09 pm
    Message:WEST :: Riddle:EAST (Analogy) A mail that contains the sweetest goodbye, which never says that we depart today instead that bunches the hearts intact. An intention of never letting distance and separation impact the alliance amongst people the word BYE was never used. But, who knew that this inaccuracy would cost an imbecile reciprocation from one of the groups I’ve emailed separately Hi There! After ≈3+1 years of exciting stint with ABC Company, it is as unfortunate as it is fortunate for me to say that it’s time to move on. The Day-after-Tomorrow is my last working day…
  • A Battle To Lose!

    12 Feb 2014 | 11:04 pm
    A Battle To Lose! LOVE… The one Gulp of Potion to make you feel Young, The one Step leading us to Heaven, The one Touch of malicious Lust, The one Rule with no Rules. Sinfully Bitter and divinely Sweet, A Tang that Berries would Lose to, Beats of a scrambled Heart, A License to Sculpt your Dreams. Your very Glimpse put me in a Trans, That only Witchcraft would Blush away. Was it a sign? That a Pluto fell head over heels for a Satan. Having Gambled all that I had, I Won you finally, to Annoy myself for the Rest of my Life, Something Convinces me saying – “The Worse is yet to…
  • Obsessed Or Possessed?

    12 Jan 2014 | 9:35 am
    Obsessed Or Possessed? Expectations were all over me, since I was 7, that age was to find a route to fraternity. My parents who were so obsessed with 1st rank were on my neck, hard to breathe, longing for something which I never can achieve, which I knew, but, hard to convince my parents.As an Indian saying, Saama – Sweet talks; Daana – Bribe; Bheda – Compare & Insult; Finally, Danda -  Punish; my parents tried these too and more, but I knew my capability and my parents kept trying. While watching TV I find some toy fascinating and when I demand the same, my parents…
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  • #Fail – HostGator Needs To Wake Up!

    17 Apr 2014 | 4:09 pm
    HostGator reported on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 11:00 AM CST USA, that their Provo datacenter had a network outage. The outage turned into a solid downtime of 13 to 15 hours for some hostees,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Implementing Fonts in WordPress Using the @font-face Method

    13 Apr 2014 | 11:00 pm
    I’m a stickler for telling people to stop using Google Fonts. Everyone knows that some services of Google have been slow or down at times. It’s not often, but it is an annoyance because... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Does Spelling and Grammar Matter In SEO?

    27 Mar 2014 | 1:54 am
    Does spelling and grammar matter in SEO? Yes, it does matter. Even though blogging isn’t something that has to be perfect, being understood is extremely important. Every blogger brings to the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Podcast Presentation: Podcasting for WordPress

    24 Mar 2014 | 9:39 pm
    I enjoy talking about different types of content creation, like podcasting, so when WordCamp Dayton came around, I was excited to be a part of the event. A lot of people aren’t quite sure how... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Podcast Presentation: WordPress SEO – Getting Back to the Basics

    18 Mar 2014 | 4:30 pm
    At WordCamp St. Louis 2014, I was honored to speak on WordPress SEO: Getting Back to the Basics. This is a very dear topic to me as I see a lot of sites, even well known ones not doing it right. They... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    White Lace and Promises

  • Update on IVF

    White Lace and Promises
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:37 am
    The IVF Journey BeginsThis post was written in January and I wanted to repost as a reminder to pray for my baby girl and her husband.  I know I have asked many, many times as I have brought this before the Lord many, many times. I had a dream after my mama died.  We had already been praying for several years.  I dreamed that my mama was there as was I and my daughter and her little girl with blond curly hair and blue eyes.  I can see her as vividly now as I did in my dream.  When Christy was just 2 or 3 years old, my mama gave her a little rag doll.  Christy…
  • Jesus, the God of Second Chances

    White Lace and Promises
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:56 am
    Last night I spoke to the College and Career Youth.The title of my talk was Jesus: The God of Second Chances.Aren't you glad?One of my favorite Bible characters(and I do say that he was quite a "character.")is Peter.Peter truly loved the Lord.Although just a little bipolar,Willing to follow Jesus to deathor denying that he even knew His Lord...Walking or the water, or sinking in despair.Back to the boat, or feeding His sheep.He truly loved the Lordeven though 3 times he denied Him.There are several messages here, but bottom line is this, Jesus loved Peter.I think that…
  • Cobalt Blue: A Cheap Imitation or the Real Thing?

    White Lace and Promises
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:18 am
    In my pickin's, I pick what I like.Of course, I'm excited when what I like is the real thing.I recently found a cobalt bluecup and saucer. I bought it 1.  Because I liked it.2.  Because it was 1/2 price.3.  Because it would go with so much of the blue that I already had. It resembles the Hazel Atlas Cobalt blue, but it's darker in color and not exactly the same pattern.It's probably a newer piece.It may be what collectors call a knock-off.Doesn't really matter to me. I don't mind a look-alike, or for lack of a better word, a…
  • Flowers Amid the Cracks

    White Lace and Promises
    13 Apr 2014 | 6:28 pm
    I'm such a emotional person.I love feelings.I love it when I'm flying high with joyand hate it when I'm in the depths of despair.There is usually no in-between, the words are strong or soft, love or hate, life or death.This is a process with me. I'm trying-really trying-to accept the in-between.The moments of no emotion.Because there is still emotion in the quiet-there is peace,there is calm,there is trust-yes, quiet trust.Somewhere in His Word, I remember a verse, "In quiet trust is our salvation."It's most unusual for me to choose a pitcher with a print. I…
  • Hands and Feet of Jesus

    White Lace and Promises
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:55 pm
    There are benefits to living in a small community,a place where everybody knows your name.The First Love Kids took a trip todayso we only fed a few.We prepared enough soupand sandwiches for 150 people.There was so much going on that we fed only about 15-20.This is Grady.Grady used to work for my dad.Daddy would give him work when he needed to eat. I was very happy that he stopped by.These were a couple of the guys who stopped to shoot some hoops in the gymand grab a bite. Today was "Bless the City" dayfor the town that is only 3 miles down the road from us. It's…
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    Blogging Tips

  • How to Find a Presenter that is a Good Fit for Your Event

    Bashir Ahmed
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:02 pm
    Is your company planning on running a conference or other event in the near future? You will probably want to hire a speaker to make a presentation. A speaker can really make or break an event. Here are some tips to hire a compelling speaker that will resonate with your audience. Keep the Purpose of the Presentation in Mind You will need to consider the purpose of your presentation. Are you looking for a keynote speaker? Are you looking for somebody to speak a few words at a meet and greet? The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has some great tips to consider here. Speakers…
  • Buying a Business Printer: A Money Saving Guide

    Bashir Ahmed
    14 Apr 2014 | 1:39 pm
    A quality printer is a functional and material asset to any business, but how do you choose one which caters for all your organisational needs within a tight budget? This guide to the features and specifications you should look for will help you find a high-performance, cost-efficient printer for your business: Laser vs. Inkjet There are basically two types of printer: the laser and the inkjet. Each has their merits but for businesses which have a high volume output and need print accuracy, quality and speed, a laser printer is the best option. The outlay for a laser is generally more costly…
  • How to Improve Service Management with CRM

    Bashir Ahmed
    10 Apr 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Customer relationship management is not just a tool for sales force automation. While many businesses large and small have heard of CRM, widespread confusion on this point is holding them back from realizing its full power. Regardless of whether your company is a startup or a multinational, it’s important to realize that CRM goes far beyond letting your sales force track leads or collecting your customers’ data in one place. Properly implemented, CRM can help automate all your business processes and bring all client-facing departments together with your service organization. In…
  • Review: uFlysoft Data Recovery for Mac

    Bashir Ahmed
    7 Apr 2014 | 10:54 am
    Unexpected data loss from any computing device can cause tremendous inconveniences to those who need such data for making different decisions. This can actually make you depressed if valuable information is lost especially when you don’t have any backup. It is even worse if you feel you are the one to blame because of formatting the computer accidentally. At other times, the reason for data loss could be viruses, physical damages or hard disk failure all of which result to loss of valuable data. Luckily, all hope isn’t lost since you can recover all the lost data using some very advanced…
  • Simple plagiarism case which can help you avoiding mistakes

    Bashir Ahmed
    5 Apr 2014 | 7:36 am
    Copywriting is duplicating, encroachment, theft, crime of another person work and pass them off as one’s own particular and its results; the courts allocate outcomes for copyright encroachment. These methods somebody may come after you with a legal advisor assuming that you damage his copyright. Your can be reported copyright encroachment to individuals who have the legitimate force to take you to court. Understudies have been sued for copyright encroachment in the recent past. In a few cases, the court may oblige you to pay the charges for both your legal advisor and the copyright…
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  • How to Increase Traffic to Your Interior Design Blog

    Jennifer Gretson
    14 Apr 2014 | 9:49 am
    Whether you enjoy blogging about gorgeous floating beds or design tips for people looking to revamp their home, maintaining an interior design blog can be a fun and enjoyable pursuit. Homeowners around the world are finding interior design blogs very handy because many of them hunt for ideas for their own houses and living spaces. Writing a blog for this kind of audience can be a challenge because there’s so much competition out there. You’re naturally going to want to know how to increase traffic to your blog and keep people coming back for more. Marketing and advertising your blog If…
  • Beauty Bloggers Are Helping Women to Feel More Confident

    Jennifer Gretson
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:40 am
    Beauty blogging is becoming an incredibly popular activity for women of all ages. It can be fun to write about products, review them, and even offer tutorials and tips for those who are reading. The benefits of running a beauty-related blog can be limitless because the blog itself can help women to feel more confident. It’s important for a beauty blogger to understand what goes into a successful blog, and what you need to do in order to bring in more visitors on a day-to-day basis. What to include in your beauty blog A beauty blog should cover a wide range of different topics to keep…
  • Want To Have Your Voice Heard? Start Blogging

    Jennifer Gretson
    11 Apr 2014 | 3:32 am
    In today’s technology-driven age, it seems like everyone has something they want to say. However, as the Internet fills up with blogs, social media accounts, and other outlets for people to say things, if can be hard to get your start-up blog notice.  The good news is that while it may be hard, it certainly isn’t impossible. Here are some tips for getting some traffic to your blog some traffic and how you can have your voice heard by more people. Offer something of interest There’s already plenty of content on the Internet on a variety of topics. You should try to identify an area…
  • How Social Media and Blogging Have Revolutionized Home Improvement

    Jennifer Gretson
    11 Apr 2014 | 2:12 am
    Ever since people from everyday society discovered blogging and social media networks, we’ve seen many changes in the way people approach home improvement and interior decorating. What was once a fairly rare art form that most would hire trained professionals to undertake has become one of the most engaging hobbies and crafts for Do-It-Yourselfers across the nation. There are several reasons this trend has developed. Social media outlets encourage amateur participation in home improvement and interior decorating As more people tried their hand at decorating or renovation projects, they…
  • How A Blog Can Help You Find Your Dream Home

    Jennifer Gretson
    3 Apr 2014 | 2:29 am
    Finding your next home has never been as easy as it can be in today’s technologically driven world. You now have the ability to hop online, do a search and have a plethora of choices available to you. One of your many options is to research blogs written by knowledgeable real estate agents and other individuals in the industry who can help you. With these resources, you can find the home you’ve been dreaming of, without the hassle of having to drive around various neighborhoods and go to multiple showings of homes until you’re exhausted. Here are some of the ways you can use blogging to…
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    Free MAKE MONEY Advice

  • SEO Thinking Outside the Rank Better Box

    Matthew Yeoman
    8 Apr 2014 | 2:58 am
    When most people think of SEO, and the money that a highly ranked page will bring to them, they only ever think of pleasing the almighty Google machine. The problem is that this narrow minded approach closes people off from exploring other avenues that just may really strike a chord with their audience. To cut right to it, I’m suggesting that you stop focusing on Google and instead focus on the second largest search engine. What is the second largest search engine? Yahoo? Bing? Wrong, wrong and WRONG. The world’s second largest search engine is YouTube. Yes, the video sharing…
  • How Many Websites Do You Own?

    1 Apr 2014 | 12:59 am
    If you have dedication and commitment to the success of your website or blog, there is no doubt that you can make quite a bit of money from the various opportunities that companies provide. Applications such as Google Adsense and affiliate marketing are abundant and many other great money making ideas may swell the money making potential of your websites. However, does the lack of concentrated effort play more of a role in your lack of financial success than you realize? Strength in Numbers Owning more websites doesn’t mean you’ll make more money. You can have 30 sites with…
  • Six Content Marketing Predictions for 2014

    29 Jan 2014 | 8:21 am
    It’s hard to believe the 2013 is already gone. But time flies and there’s no turning back the hands of the clock. Aside from that, 2014 is already shaping up to be a huge year for content marketing. What existing trends will triumph? What new trends will emerge? How will they impact the business world? There’s no telling how things will pan out, but it’s always fun to play the forecasting game, right? Without further ado, here are our content marketing predictions for 2014. 1. Email Will Evolve – Again Despite all the chants from years past, 2014 will prove that…
  • Big Business Taking Education in their Own Hands

    Erik Emanuelli
    27 Jan 2014 | 6:13 am
    What happens when local governments and several of the largest businesses in the world partner together with the goal to train America’s next generation of workers? This question, as well as a solution, popped up following a search for qualified workers with only a handful of workers possessing barely enough skills to earn them jobs in their respective fields. The city of Cleveland and the business giant, General Electric, joined forces to create a high school together named MC2 STEM High School. During a student’s sophomore year, they will enter upon General Electric’s…
  • Save Money on Online File Storage and Access Your Data from Anywhere

    Erik Emanuelli
    22 Jan 2014 | 8:29 am
    There is no need to add one more bill to your monthly line up in the form of payment for an online storage hub, at least not in the midst of all of the myriad free services that are now available to anyone who signs up. Those who want to ensure that their digital data is accessible from anywhere or who want to protect their information from the pesky eyes of virtual hackers or the chance of physical ruin through a stolen computer or corrupted hard drive will be pleased to know that free data storage is now a common thing. Depending on how much digital data you have to put in storage, you…
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  • Getting More Youtube Subscribers - Free

    DjTecnine Djtecnine
    28 Mar 2014 | 1:34 pm
    Very simple and easy to use. Watch video for tips to set-up your free account to get more subscribers.
  • Reggae Nation 2014

    DjTecnine Djtecnine
    14 Mar 2014 | 9:58 pm
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  • FL Studio Tutorial - Adding Vocals and Effects to Instrumental - Reggaeton Edition

    DjTecnine Djtecnine
    14 Mar 2014 | 9:35 am
    Watch video to learn how to add vocal tracks and effects to your project on FL Studio.By Veteran Producer Dj TecnineCredits:Playboy Burg Brigante / Wu-Tang Latino Ky Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Rob RealzKy Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Treach of Naughty by NatureCheck out tracks below, all produced on FL Studio
  • FL Studio Made Easy - Tutorials

    DjTecnine Djtecnine
    8 Mar 2014 | 9:52 pm
    Watch video to find out where to go for easy tutorials on Youtube for FL Studio.By Veteran Producer Dj TecnineCredits:Playboy Burg Brigante / Wu-Tang Latino Ky Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Rob RealzKy Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Treach of Naughty by NatureCheck out tracks below, all produced on FL Studio
  • FL Studio Tutorials - Advanced

    DjTecnine Djtecnine
    4 Mar 2014 | 11:09 am
    Here are some useful tutorials for all of my advanced and novice FL Studio users. This tips work on any FL Studio with a Playlist/Track/Pattern mode. To learn more watch the videos below. More video tutorials coming soon.By Veteran Producer Dj TecnineCredits:Playboy Burg Brigante / Wu-Tang Latino Ky Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Rob RealzKy Will ft Doitall of (Lords of the Underground), and Treach of Naughty by NatureCheck out tracks below, all produced on FL Studio
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    Inspire to Thrive

  • 12 Great Reasons to Start That Blog Now and 1 Reason Not To

    15 Apr 2014 | 1:25 am
    Why Blog Now? “Why blog now?” someone I know with a website recently asked me this. They went on to ask “I don’t ever seem to have anything to say, and not sure why anyone would want to read it… just how would it benefit me?” Well I thought those questions could be better explained here in a post. These 2 friends of mine, Mike and Beth, have a really nice website showcasing websites that they have created that are mobile ready. They can update old websites and make them mobile ready. Their website is called Easy Does It Media. So their website is more of…
  • Comments – Do You Allow Backlinks with One Comment, Several or None?

    8 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    Comments and Backlinks – A Necessity or Evil? Do you allow backlinks from your blog post comments? Do you have any rules regarding them, like allowing them after a certain number of comments or right from the get go when someone first leaves a comment on your blog? I recently had a blogger upset that I did not allow a backlink for his first time comment. On his 3rd comment in which he would have received a backlink he got really upset.(As you can see from the comment below) It got me to thinking, isn’t it like letting someone come over to your house and allowing them in if you…
  • WIFI – Is Your Mobile, Tablet or Laptop Safe Online?

    2 Apr 2014 | 3:30 am
    Wifi- How Safe Is Yours? Do you use Wifi with your mobile phone, tablet or laptop? Do you worry about how safe it may be while you are online? I’m always on my Droid on the go and haven’t given it much thought until I came across this infographic. Of course I’ve never done any online banking on my mobile device as that would send up a red flag. But what about using email, web surfing and social networks on the go? By the end of this year there will be more mobile connected devices than people on earth.” Isn’t that fact just amazing? Tweet This: Amazing!
  • Oh No Twitter Not the Hashtags & Other Twitter Changes

    28 Mar 2014 | 4:15 am
    Twitter Changes and No Hashtags? Have you been reading the news about the new Twitter changes online or on Twitter itself? The talk revolves around no more #hashtags on Twitter along with other several big changes. Can you imagine what Twitter would be like without hashtags? What would the Twitter chats end up looking like? How would they work? The talk also claimed that Twitter was looking to get rid of the @ replies. This would not be the same Twitter you and I have come to know and love! — Vivian Schiller (@vivian) March 19, 2014 Twitter – If It Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix…
  • Transferring Branding Initiatives to an Automated Marketing Company

    26 Mar 2014 | 12:56 am
     Automated Marketing Company – The Way To Go Today? Branding initiatives have helped companies in the United States and abroad to increase their annual profits by more than 4%. Not only do retail, financial services and medical companies take steps to build and strengthen their brands, government agencies also put effort into brand building and strengthening. More companies are hiring marketing directors to lead up these efforts. Marketing Directors Some of these marketing directors are reducing the time it takes to strengthen brand building. They do this by incorporating software and…
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  • 25 Ways to Make a Statement with Your Facebook Cover Photo

    Dana Kilroy
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:40 am
    Your Facebook cover photo is the first thing people see when they come to your Facebook Page. So what are you doing to make a statement with that valuable real estate? To give you some inspiration, we rounded up 25 … Read more
  • Bad Customer Service is VERY Expensive. Is it Costing You?

    Dana Kilroy
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:04 am
    How does your company handle customer service? Is customer service a necessary evil or something that is essential part of your company’s mission? At ShortStack we are very proud of our customer service record (98 percent positive, thanks for asking!). … Read more
  • 5 Facebook Apps that Any Business Can Use Right NOW!

    Chelsea Hejny
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:10 am
    We’ve just closed the door on the first quarter of 2014, so now is the perfect time to make some Facebook marketing plans that will carry you through the next part of the calendar year.  These five Facebook app ideas … Read more
  • 7 Last-Minute Easter Facebook Promotions You Can Host and Post Today!

    Dana Kilroy
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:49 am
    Easter is upon us! If you’re hunting for ideas that will drive engagement this week, look no further: We’ve got some easy options for you right here. Whether your goal is to collect user-generated content, gather insight from your customers, … Read more
  • 5 Mobile Marketing Tools Your Business Won’t Succeed Without

    Dana Kilroy
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:09 am
    By Jim Belosic It seems like every week I read a new set of statistics about the importance of mobile in a company’s marketing strategy. Two of the most recent stand out. The first, from SteamFeed, included the fact that … Read more
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    Spice Up Your Blog

  • 20 Best Free And Premium WordPress Slider Plugins

    Paul Crowe
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:03 am
    Today I want to list some of the best slider plugins for Wordpress blogs.Most Bloggers want to use a slider be it a Featured posts slider or just a neat slideshow of your pictures or Carousel.Originally I wanted to list 20 free slider plugins but to be honest there was not 20 Good free sliders to choose from.Most of the free sliders were just a Lite Version of a premium plugin.So I found 10 top free slider plugins and I have also listed 10 of the very best Premium Wordpress Plugins if you are willing to spend a few bucks.So I will start with the 10 best free slideshow plugins and then I have…
  • Embed Google Maps Get Directions Form To Your Blog

    Paul Crowe
    7 Apr 2014 | 6:19 am
    While working on a blog recently the client who used the blog to promote their business wanted to provide the address of the business on the blog.As I would always try to do I went one better, so as well as just provide the address I embedded a form for people to get directions via Google Maps.The Google Maps form is easy to add to your blog and you simply add your business address to the code then visitors to the blog can then enter their address and generate the directions.Once generated the map will show a route with options for driving and Public transport if available.OK so lets try it…
  • How To Add Google Analytics To Blogger

    Paul Crowe
    1 Apr 2014 | 2:18 pm
    Google Analytics is the most popular and in-dept service for tracking your blogs stats.Google Analytics is available for all blog platforms and websites but as it is a Google service like Blogger it's extra easy for Blogger users.In fact Analytics is built into all Blogger blogs you just need to add your Analytics Web Property ID via the blogs settings.In this post I will show you how to set up your analytics account and connect it to your blog.Finding Your Property IDClick Here To View Full Post >>
  • Allow Mobile Touch Screen Pinch To Zoom On Your Blogger Blog

    Paul Crowe
    18 Mar 2014 | 1:57 pm
    I had just finished a design job on a Blogger blog when we came across a problem I had not encountered before.While checking how the blog looked on mobile devices such as the iPad, I found I could not use Pinch To Zoom.I'm sure you will all have used some form of a touch screen mobile device with pinch to zoom so now how important it is.I had believed all sites automatically allowed pinch to zoom on mobile so I needed to find a way to fix the problem.The solution I came up with was a meta tag I could add to the template that would :1. First Set the blogs default size on Mobile devices :…
  • Surprising Blogging Advice No One Ever Tells You

    Paul Crowe
    14 Mar 2014 | 6:48 am
    Guest Post - Our host is Kim Yuhl, Kim uses her experience as a blogger to share some fresh blogging advice.See How To Become a guest author on Spice Up Your Blog. When I first started blogging, I thought to myself "if she can do it then so can I" with every blog that I read. And then one day I decided to do just that. Now keep in mind at the time, I didn't like writing much, I was a pretty private person and I hate asking for the sale or doing anything that seems overly self-promotional. Oh, how a few years will change you.Now, writing is my saving grace, I am beyond an open…
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  • 10 Tips for Making Your Writing Crystal Clear

    Gazalla Gaya
    13 Apr 2014 | 5:09 pm
    Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply enough, you don’t understand it.” It’s the same with your writing. Clear communications can help you to: Increase conversions Increase audience engagement Improve readers’ understanding of your message The best way to convert prospects to customers is through plain, simple and direct communications. People will only buy from you if they understand you. If your message is garbled, then they will be confused by your brand and your product. The core principles of clear communication come from following…
  • Content Creator’s Guide to Building Authority

    Alan Eggleston
    23 Mar 2014 | 10:00 pm
    It’s worth pondering: Do you work best alone or in concert with others? It may “take a village” to raise authority for even worthy content. Authors and publishers – writers and bloggers – often have a symbiotic relationship that allows them to build authority and increase traffic for both. Building authority also means building trust, both with search engines and, just as important, with readers. But both authors and publishers have to work at it. Fortunately, today more than ever there are good ways to do that. It’s a team effort How can blogs and authors work together to build…
  • Your Essential Guide to Writing Content for Semantic Search

    Alan Eggleston
    11 Mar 2014 | 10:00 pm
    If you’re anything like me, when you first heard of “semantic search,” “semantic web,” and “entities,” you thought – not more monsters to tame! When did they think these up? Actually, they are all part of the same “monster” and they’ve been around a while, lurking under the bed waiting to come out of their dark corners. But now that they’re out and functioning, they’re more like the characters in “Monsters Inc.” than the freak in “Frankenstein’s Monster.” Get to know them and you may actually like them. True semantics Here’s a simple way to think of them:…
  • Create Awesome Mobile-Friendly Content in 7 Steps

    Gazalla Gaya
    2 Mar 2014 | 3:48 am
    Are you creating mobile-friendly content? The world is rapidly moving to mobile-first communications. And you don’t want your brand to be left behind in this revolution. In the U.S today, we have more customers that visit via mobile devices than via desktop. Chances are that soon your customers may only look at your site on a mobile device. A recent comScore study – More than 50% of users use various mobile devices in the U.S Some quick and simple steps to easily make your content stand out and look awesome on mobile devices: #1. Invest in responsive design This may sound like a…
  • How to Instantly Find Excellent Blog Post Ideas

    Gazalla Gaya
    13 Feb 2014 | 3:34 am
    So you are sitting down to write your blog post and you realize that you don’t have a clue what you are going to write about. Does this sound familiar? Don’t worry – you are not alone. Every writer faces writer’s block, a common hazard of the writing trade. . Instead of tearing your hair, here are some simple ways to get loads of ideas and be up and writing your next blog post in no time at all. #1. Tools that help you instantly get ideas Hubspot’s Blog Topic Generator Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a tool that would look up the internet and advise you what to…
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  • How to Increase Blog Traffic Using Twitter

    Chris Barber
    7 Apr 2014 | 4:20 pm
    Twitter is one of the most popular social networking sites on the net, and not one to pass up if you are looking for ways to increase your blog traffic. Using Twitter successfully, however, is going to require more than simply pasting your blog link into a tweet and sending it out into the twitterverse hoping that it will catch on. Here are 4 tips on how to use Twitter to increase blog traffic: 1. Put a link to your blog in your bio One of your first moves after setting up a Twitter account should be to include a link to your blog in your bio, right under your name. This can be very helpful…
  • Social Sharing for Starters in 9 Simple Steps

    Chris Barber
    25 Mar 2014 | 4:11 pm
    Most business owners and marketers know the importance of creating content that is relevant and useful, but the most valuable content is shared. Without the right content marketing plan it can be a struggle to make your content stand out in a crowded online environment. Luckily, the growth of social media has made it easier to reach a wider audience, but to generate valuable leads webmasters need to deliver content that is user-focused and reaches the right social demographic. The Importance of Social Sharing Social media optimization (SMO) is now a major part of SEO, as search engines are…
  • Host on or Self-Host with

    Chris Barber
    5 Mar 2014 | 12:56 am
    Are you confused when it comes choosing between using and Some people think they are the same thing with a different domain suffix, but that could not be further from the truth. is hosted blog software, while is self-hosted blog software. People need to analyze both before decide which one is right for them. In this post we’ll give you everything you need to know to make your decision. Lets get started… The Benefits of Using (Hosted) It’s Free First of all, is free to use.…
  • 4 Great Reasons to Start Blogging Today

    Chris Barber
    26 Feb 2014 | 6:16 pm
    Blogging can be a fun adventure, whether your goal is to make some extra income or simply to share your thoughts with others. You can set up a blog very easily by choosing a free blog platform or you can install wordpress on your own domain name. Either way, it has never been easier to get start your own blog and the possibilities to what you can do with a blog are virtually endless. Here are some great reasons for having your own blog: 1. You can network in your field. Blogging is a great way to interact with others in your field via online discussions about your blog posts. You can network…
  • 6 Value-Adding Tips: Make Your Content Worth Something

    Guest Author
    19 Feb 2014 | 7:06 pm
    In case you missed that last few hundred memos on the subject, content is more important than ever for modern SEO. Keyword stuffing is on its death-rattle, and the true hero of today’s web rankings is brilliant, high-quality, shareable and actionable content. In other words, you have to give your posts value, reasons for viewers to care about them and spend time with them. For this you need a bit of extra creativity: Here are several value-adding concepts to help you get started – or to make sure that content well never runs dry. Solve Specific Problems: First, this is not related to…
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  • 10 ways to boost engagement on your Facebook page

    Emily Hill
    28 Mar 2014 | 8:01 am
    One of the most frequently asked questions from our social media training clients is “how do I boost engagement on [...]The post 10 ways to boost engagement on your Facebook page appeared first on Write My Site.
  • Baby talk: our blogging seminar at Harrogate International Nursery Fair

    Emily Hill
    27 Mar 2014 | 8:52 am
    Another week, another blogging seminar. This time we were ‘oop North’ in Harrogate, to address a forum of retailers operating [...]The post Baby talk: our blogging seminar at Harrogate International Nursery Fair appeared first on Write My Site.
  • Social Media Training now available from Write My Site

    Emily Hill
    11 Mar 2014 | 9:12 am
    We are super-excited to announce that Write My Site now offers social media training! For those who prefer to handle [...]The post Social Media Training now available from Write My Site appeared first on Write My Site.
  • Write My Site at the Spring Fair: Read all about it!

    Emily Hill
    11 Feb 2014 | 8:28 am
    Our CEO Emily Hill headed up to Birmingham’s NEC last week to take part in the seminar programme for this [...]The post Write My Site at the Spring Fair: Read all about it! appeared first on Write My Site.
  • Spring Fair 2014: Our Seminars

    Emily Hill
    4 Feb 2014 | 3:16 am
    We’re excited to announce that Write My Site will be taking part in this year’s Spring Fair International at the [...]The post Spring Fair 2014: Our Seminars appeared first on Write My Site.
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  • Writers and Risk Taking: My Role Models of the Week

    Judy Lee Dunn
    4 Apr 2014 | 6:10 am
    Send to Kindle One of the most heartwarming discussions I have ever had on this blog was when I asked, “Is writing with vulnerability a sign of low self-concept?”  The comments from my readers were full of wisdom and insights. I especially liked the way Shakira Dawud of linked vulnerability and risk taking to humility. [...]    Related StoriesRock Stars and Writers: How Our Hometowns Shape Us100 Writing Women Celebrate the Seasons of their LivesHeroes and Anti-Heroes: Have The Characters We Love Changed? 
  • What’s All the Fuss About Headlines?

    Judy Lee Dunn
    27 Feb 2014 | 9:52 am
    As a blogging coach, I got many questions about how to write catchy headlines. So many that I decided to put all the knowledge I’ve accumulated over 20+ years of copywriting and editing into one place, my new ebook. I am excited to announce that How to Write Sticky Headlines: Secrets of the [...]    Related Stories15 Ways to Increase Your Blog Traffic with Irresistible TweetsThings I Love Part 2: Some More Thanksgiving Inspiration for You100 Writing Women Celebrate the Seasons of their Lives 
  • Rock Stars and Writers: How Our Hometowns Shape Us

    Judy Lee Dunn
    20 Feb 2014 | 3:57 pm
    Send to Kindle Late last year, the childhood home of Kurt Cobain, the tragic lead singer of Nirvana, hit the auction block. I followed the story with interest, mostly because  he and I grew up in the same town. And we were impacted by that— sometimes in similar ways, sometimes very differently. Today, the home [...]    Related StoriesWriters and Risk Taking: My Role Models of the Week100 Writing Women Celebrate the Seasons of their LivesHeroes and Anti-Heroes: Have The Characters We Love Changed? 
  • 100 Writing Women Celebrate the Seasons of their Lives

    Judy Lee Dunn
    1 Feb 2014 | 9:25 am
    Send to Kindle Sometimes a project comes along that catches my eye. Several months ago, Matilda Butler and Kendra Bonnett over at Women’s Memoirs put a call out for stories for their Seasons of Our Lives writing competition. I was in the middle of the first draft of my memoir and the timing was perfect. [...]    Related StoriesWriters and Risk Taking: My Role Models of the WeekWhat’s All the Fuss About Headlines?Rock Stars and Writers: How Our Hometowns Shape Us 
  • Why I’m Skipping New Year’s This Year

    Judy Lee Dunn
    1 Jan 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Send to Kindle Every year it happens. The ‘New Year Crazies.’ The frenzy of The Best of and Worst of lists. The resolutions. The breathless waiting for the marking of the first second of the new year, as if nothing can be done to improve our lives until that precise moment. Because, after all, it [...]    Related StoriesOut of My Head: Three Days at the Whidbey Island Writers’ ConferenceAuthors Under Attack: Let’s Write a Happy EndingWriters and Risk Taking: My Role Models of the Week 
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  • 1 Million Page Views Later, How I Am Blogging Different

    Dave Schneider
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:11 pm
    I’ve been blogging for two years. During that time I’ve started and worked on two other blogs; one in the travel niche and one in the food niche. Together they’ve amassed over a million pageviews and receive over 50k unique … Continue reading →To get involved in the discussion visit 1 Million Page Views Later, How I Am Blogging Different on Blogging Wizard.
  • 7 Ways To Use Lip-Smacking Visual Content To Build A Blog Audience

    Vinay Koshy
    13 Apr 2014 | 4:07 am
    On November 7, 2012 a single tweet with 3 words and a candid photo received over 770,000 retweets. What made this so special that it would be shared so many times? It was the image that the Obama campaign posted … Continue reading →To get involved in the discussion visit 7 Ways To Use Lip-Smacking Visual Content To Build A Blog Audience on Blogging Wizard.
  • The Complete Guide To Building Your Blog And Getting More Email Subscribers

    Adam Connell
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:24 am
    I’ll cut to the chase. Do you want to start building a mailing list but don’t know how to go about it? OR Do you just want to get more subscribers? If you have answered yes to either of those questions … Continue reading →To get involved in the discussion visit The Complete Guide To Building Your Blog And Getting More Email Subscribers on Blogging Wizard.
  • Giveaway: Win A Free WordPress Theme [CLOSED]

    Adam Connell
    26 Mar 2014 | 4:13 am
    We’ve teamed up with TemplateMonster to bring you a giveaway of some really slick WordPress themes. Quick intro: TemplateMonster is a US based company that is known for its WordPress themes and other templates. TM has been in business since 2002. It … Continue reading →To get involved in the discussion visit Giveaway: Win A Free WordPress Theme [CLOSED] on Blogging Wizard.
  • How To Plan Blog Posts Better And Get The Traffic You Deserve

    Adam Connell
    24 Mar 2014 | 12:52 pm
    This post is part of our Reader Q&A segment; where I take specific questions from my mailing list subscribers and answer them in the most detailed and valuable way possible. Today’s question is: How can I plan blog posts that will … Continue reading →To get involved in the discussion visit How To Plan Blog Posts Better And Get The Traffic You Deserve on Blogging Wizard.
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  • Can you Restrict Users to Specific Categories for Posting in WordPress?

    Benjamin Ehinger
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:44 am
        Sometimes, you need to allow access to authors for your WordPress blog. However, you may only want to allow certain authors to post in certain categories. Instead of trusting they will handle this on their own, you can restrict their access. This trick is very useful if you run a website with columns designed to be written by just one author. It also works well if you have specialized authors handling just one part of your website, such as the weight loss portion of a health website. How to Limit User Access Before you do anything else, you need to install and activate the…
  • Using FeedBurner with Your WordPress Blog for Maximum Power

    Benjamin Ehinger
    9 Apr 2014 | 8:23 am
    FeedBurner is by far the best RSS feed tool online and it’s free. It’s provided by Google and can be integrated with Google Analytics. If you’re looking for a powerful way to increase your blog’s reach, FeedBurner is a great choice. Setting Up FeedBurner for Your WordPress Blog The first thing you must do is log into FeedBurner. If you already have a Google account or a Gmail account, you can easily do this by going to the FeedBurner Service Page. If you’re signed into Google already, you will be taken directly to your FeedBurner Account. If now, you may see a…
  • Where is the .htaccess File for Your WordPress Website?

    Benjamin Ehinger
    8 Apr 2014 | 1:12 pm
      Sometimes, you need to access the .htaccess file for your WordPress website. However, you may not be able to find this specific file, if something is wrong with your website. This can become very confusing for WordPress beginners. What is the .htaccess File? The .htaccess file is a configuration file that tells your server how to handle specific things on your WordPress website. It will redirect users, protect certain directories and protect the admin area. The dot that comes before the file indicates that it’s a hidden file. This means you have to make a change within cPanel or…
  • Can you Add a Child Theme to WordPress?

    Benjamin Ehinger
    3 Apr 2014 | 5:44 am
        Adding a Child Theme to WordPress can allow you to do more with your theme. When you use a WordPress child theme, it will act as a “skin” within the parent theme. This can be done and it’s a trick used by some developers to provide better functionality to the site. Here is how you can add a WordPress child theme to your website. How to Install a Child Theme in WordPress The process of installing a child theme in WordPress is nearly the same as installing a regular WordPress theme. You will, however, need both the parent and the child theme uploaded into the…
  • Can You Hide WordPress Posts from Some Users?

    Benjamin Ehinger
    2 Apr 2014 | 2:14 pm
      Since WordPress is a platform for publishing, you get the option to control the visibility of each post. You may want to create a post that isn’t for everybody. When this happens, you can use the visibility option to make it only viewable for certain people. Here’s how you can make this happen. As you write your post, you can use the option found under publish called visibility. This option is set to public as a default, but when you click edit, you can change this option. The best way to make sure your post cannot be seen by those you don’t want seeing it is with the…
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  • How You Can Become A Blogging Rock Star

    Adrienne Smith
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    With literally millions upon millions of blogs online and new ones cropping up every few seconds, how in the world will we ever be able to stand out from the rest? Is it even possible to become a blogging rock star today! What’s so special about “those people”?  What do they have that we don’t?  [...]
  • The Perfect Posting Schedule Revealed

    Adrienne Smith
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    Everywhere you turn someone is telling you how many times you should post content to your blog right! They all have their own opinion and they are all always right wouldn’t you agree? I’ve definitely thrown my two cents in the piles numerous times but is there really a perfect positing schedule? I guess one [...]
  • Learn How To Be A Smarter Marketer

    Adrienne Smith
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    It’s 2014 and the internet is just plain crowded.  More and more people are coming online wanting to make it big. People are learning from those who aren’t always the most truthful and it’s clear that they don’t have our best interests in mind. I can honestly say that because I’ve bought some of those [...]
  • Why Blogging Relationships Always Win Over Traffic

    Adrienne Smith
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    If you’ve been blogging for any length of time then you can definitely relate to what I’m about to share. More traffic doesn’t always mean more income. I believe it’s more difficult to convert cold traffic into customers mainly because they don’t know who you are and they prefer to purchase from people they know, [...]
  • How To Insert An Image In An Aweber Opt-In Form

    Adrienne Smith
    3 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    I’ve been implementing a few updates on my blog and some of those included graphics in my sidebar and in my opt-in boxes. After showing you in my video what I had done, several of my readers and subscribers asked me how the heck I inserted that graphic in my opt-in form. Don’t you hate [...]
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  • The Top Gaming Headsets for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360

    Vivek Krishnan
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:12 am
    If your into gaming and have had a look at the games that are coming out this year, you’ll be excited about what games are about to arrive. The last thing that you need now is to be unprepared for what’s coming, that is why we have put a list together of the top gaming headsets for 2014. Mad Catz – Starting from £58.49 at Mad Catz have a wide range of gaming headsets to choose from. The Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 5 Stereo Gaming headset for PC and Mac have intuitively placed on-ear controls, and a detachable noise-cancelling microphone that keeps your gaming sessions well-equipped…
  • Technical Support Training Software

    Vivek Krishnan
    23 Mar 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Customer service is an essential part of any business operation. Customers always expect to reach a representative that can resolve any minor or major issues with a particular product or service offered by a brand or company. Customer service training can be costly for many businesses. Fortunately, there are computer software solutions that can minimize the cost of training customer service agents. Customer service management software is an example of an innovative way to train representatives of a company. Computer programs essentially guide customer service agents through all of the…
  • Casino Games with the Best Odds

    Vivek Krishnan
    19 Mar 2014 | 2:13 am
    Many people will be seeing a casino this summer, whether on a trip to Vegas, on a cruise ship, or just in a nearby casino in a “staycation.” However, like any smart casino lover, it is smart to know which Casino games hold the best possibility of winning for you. If you think that you’d rather try play at online casinos, head over to There are also options to play fun casino games on your iPhone, so it really depends on what you prefer. If you’d like to know the casino games with the worst odds, here is an article that better illustrates it:…
  • Furnished Apartments For Short Term Rent

    Vivek Krishnan
    11 Mar 2014 | 4:12 am
    People that travel frequently on business trips often spend a lot of time, resources and money on trying to find the right lodging and accommodation. Hotels can be expensive, especially for extended stays such as a week. Motels and inns may be cheap but there is a compromise on quality and services. Business people that travel often can actually consider alternative lodging options such as furnished apartments or condos. Popular tourist destinations are lined with plenty of residential properties that are privately owned. Such units may include condos and apartments that are full of all the…
  • Business Law Firms for Your Business

    Vivek Krishnan
    27 Jan 2014 | 2:34 am
    There are three things you will need to successfully start your business, and then keep it going: Funds, either from private sources or from investors An accountant to help you manage the financial comings and goings of your business (you’ll really appreciate this person during tax season!) A lawyer Now, you may be just fine with the first two recommendations, but you may be wondering why a lawyer is on the list if you’re not currently dealing with a lawsuit or any other legal issues. But the truth is, even the best run of businesses that are managed by the most careful of owners…
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  • The 6 Kinds Of People You Will Meet At A Hostel

    16 Apr 2014 | 3:30 am
    If we are playing word game, the moment someone say ‘Hostel’ I will respond ‘student life’. Hostel is the best place to make student life worthy. It is a package given to students having both lessons and fun. You meet the people who are really ‘different’ and you may also meet indifferent one! The college can have uniforms, or almost uniform behavior in the college because of ‘code of conduct’ but the hostel is like India! Unity in diversity! I have tried to categorize the people into several ‘types’ as below. (Note: Since I am a girl, most of the observations apply to…
  • 6 Ways for Teens to Deal with Peer Pressure

    14 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    Peer-pressure is the force that someone experiences to behave or to act in a particular way even when he or she doesn’t want to. Peer pressure is a common phenomenon that every teenager has to face. Even adults are face with this problem but they can manage to deal with this situation but teenagers are not mature enough to handle this problem. First of all it is important to know that peer-pressure is not always negative. People must be encouraged to grasp positive things from peer like the peer pressure to perform better at studies, to excel in sports and things like that. But when…
  • Books versus Movies: The Debate Continues

    12 Apr 2014 | 12:05 pm
    We’ve heard that a good book is like good friend. What movies are to us? More than friends? Well, it has been a long debated topic. Why is there a competition between books and movies? Is there any need of competition between the two at all? Is this the high time to choose between movies and books for our intellectual, emotional, mental growth? What are we going to do with the result of this debate? Should we stop reading books? Or should we stop watching movies? Or should we balance between both? If I ask myself, do I remember the movie I watched at the age of 7? I can recall the filmy…
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  • Learn more about Windows Phone 8.1 hidden Features

    Umar Gilani
    18 Apr 2014 | 10:16 am
    The new Update of Windows Phone 8.1 was much amazing to explore. Those of you who still aren’t updated to the new look and software of Windows Phone 8.1 hurry.....The post Learn more about Windows Phone 8.1 hidden Features appeared first on TheNerdMag.
  • Apple will integrate Shazam for Song Identification in iOS 8

    Taha Munir
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:07 am
    As WMDC is drawing near, we are getting more and more updates regarding the upcoming iPhone 6 and iOS 8. Till now, we have learnt much about the user interface.....The post Apple will integrate Shazam for Song Identification in iOS 8 appeared first on TheNerdMag.
  • iOS 7.1.1 update starts appearing, may contain some bug fixes

    Taha Munir
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:49 am
    Prior to iOS 8 release with iPhone 6 in 2nd half of this year, we are getting some news regarding iOS 7.1.1 update. About a month back, Apple released the first.....The post iOS 7.1.1 update starts appearing, may contain some bug fixes appeared first on TheNerdMag.
  • Get Free Google Play Credit and Buy Paid Apps

    Uzair Ahmad Ch
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:01 am
    Now it seems like Google is going to pay you for your opinions and suggestions. Surprised? We too, as Google has released a new app named Google Opinion Rewards to meet.....The post Get Free Google Play Credit and Buy Paid Apps appeared first on TheNerdMag.
  • Google Project Ara – Revolutionizing the World of Smartphones

    Taha Munir
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:17 am
    Google has always been on the verge of introducing new and innovative ideas to the world. First it introduced the Project Glass that would make you feel like Tony Stark.....The post Google Project Ara – Revolutionizing the World of Smartphones appeared first on TheNerdMag.
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  • What is Synchronous?

    Atul Kumar Pandey
    15 Apr 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Synchronous or sync means a thing that is synchronized or thing that are coordinated with the time fame. In simple term it is method of transmitting the data one by one and the all data has to wait... Read Complete Story » What is Synchronous? Content Source from GetHow • Incredible Inspiration
  • What is Asynchronous?

    Atul Kumar Pandey
    15 Apr 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Asynchronous or async means a thing that is not synchronized. In easy way asynchronous is method of transferring data intermittently rather than one by one transmission. This term is basically used in technology for communication and data transfer methods.... Read Complete Story » What is Asynchronous? Content Source from GetHow • Incredible Inspiration
  • Weight Loss Tips for a Fabulous You on Your Wedding Day

    Damini Berry
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:38 am
    Remember the stories that grandmother’s used to say about how a girl’s prince would come by on a white horse and take her along to his palace? Those fairytales are so engrained in each girl’s... Read Complete Story » Weight Loss Tips for a Fabulous You on Your Wedding Day Content Source from GetHow • Incredible Inspiration
  • How Saving and Investing Jive Together

    Gilbert Bermudez
    11 Apr 2014 | 9:19 am
    When pay day comes along, most of us take care of the bills and groceries. Some will pay off loans, whether these turn out to be home loans or car loans. Others may put money... Read Complete Story » How Saving and Investing Jive Together Content Source from GetHow • Incredible Inspiration
  • Business Viewpoint: Identifying Bilingualism Advantage

    Gilbert Bermudez
    11 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    People learn a second language or a foreign language for different purposes. It not only gives them a competitive edge but also gives them new opportunities such as making new acquaintances or building new business... Read Complete Story » Business Viewpoint: Identifying Bilingualism Advantage Content Source from GetHow • Incredible Inspiration
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  • Why should businesses blog?

    18 Apr 2014 | 2:18 am
    It is often seen that businesses are guided by their IT advisers to go for large portals and have their presence on social networking sites [right now, very fashionable]. Anything that is more sensible but not ‘in vogue’ soon loses importance in the eyes of such star-grazers. Blogs fall in this category.Yet research by international social-media sites as well as marketers themselves have shown that blogs give lots of value to the blog, which websites and social networking presence do not give.  Blog content is more permanent than that on social networking…
  • shivani-s

    15 Apr 2014 | 8:00 pm
    The strawberry Head"Pink with Grays. Kitsch & Cliches. Pastels & warm whites. Little boxes, Faerie lights. Alice in wonderland. All sorts of ampersand. Lettering done by hand. Bus rides & Trains. Origami Wishing Cranes. Karaoke & Coffee Shops. Doodling on Table-tops. Hot Chocolate in cuddle cups. J.D. & Turk in Scrubs. South Bombay shores. The smell of Bookstores. Alan Fletcher, Shawarma wraps. Collecting badges, notes & scraps. Making lists and Pointless rhymes. Cookery shows on NDTV good times. Chunky peanut butter on bread. This is the…
  • A request regarding blog directory compilation

    12 Apr 2014 | 8:00 pm
    We are forced to write this post of no long-term value; do forgive us for that.After we published a post announcing the compilation of the Directory of the Best Indian Blogs by May, we are flooded with email requests for inclusion of blogs. Though we have made our selection criteria very clear and also announced a pause to detailed review of blogs, we get numerous requests of various kinds. We request blogger friends desirous of seeing their blogs on the Directory of Best Indian Blogs for 2013-14 not to send requests of the following types, as it does not help you in any way and makes…
  • Another blog find: 'Just a Little Something' by Anita Bora

    10 Apr 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Just a Little SomethingAnita, an avid travel blogger, is one among the winners of Kerala Blog Express. In this post she writes about the fun she had during the sponsored travel the winners had. We marvel at the way blogger has used a fun theme to show the co-travellers' camaraderie and tell about the places they visited.
  • A simple way to share maps on your blog

    7 Apr 2014 | 8:00 pm
    This post tells you how to put maps on your blog and also how to share maps elsewhere to help people [e.g. visitors] relate to a location. Thanks to Google Maps, you can easily put your own markings to Google maps and share these with your blog viewers by following the steps given below. But before going to the steps, let’s set your imagination on a roll about the ways in which maps can be used on blogs and elsewhere. The possibilities are many. Some could be like these:This map was made in Google 'mapsengine' and its screenshot pasted here. Did not remove edit/delete guides just to…
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  • Mentioned in the Telegraph

    Jon Ellis
    5 Apr 2014 | 8:14 am
    I was pleased to get a small mention in today’s Telegraph, in an article focusing on online tutoring in the UK and entitled ‘Online learning: tutors at your fingertips’. If you fancy a quick read, you can find it here.  
  • Mentioned in the FT

    Jon Ellis
    18 Sep 2013 | 9:57 am
    I was excited to be quoted in an article in today’s Financial Times entitled ‘Home school tutoring turns mainstream’. The article focuses on the use of Pupil Premium monies made available by the Government to Schools to improve the performance of children from less privileged backgrounds. Government funding for the Pupil Premium is now £900 per pupil for the year 2013-14, at a cost of £2.5bn. So what are the qualification criteria for the Pupil Premium? It covers those who have benefitted from Free School Meals (a population size of 1.6m) sometime in the last 6 years, those in…
  • Best holiday read – Papillon

    Jon Ellis
    23 Aug 2013 | 8:00 am
    I tend to read alot on holiday, as I don’t get the chance any other time. I like books with good stories and suspense. This year I downloaded Papillon onto my Kindle and loved it. For those of you who don’t know it was written by Henri Charrière in 1969, an autobiography that covers the period 1931 – 1945 in his life. It was also dramatised into a Hollywood film in 1973 starring the great Steve McQueen. It the story of a man who was one of the few people to successfully escape from the notorious French penal colony of Devil’s Island. Charriere becomes incarcerated,…
  • 25 Mar 2013 | 6:10 am

    Jon Ellis
    25 Mar 2013 | 6:10 am
    Originally posted on Tutorhub Blog: It’s a constant battle – adults v kids. From the moment they are born, we are playing catch-up. The moment we figure out what to do, the little blighters change the rules and we are back to square 1. Those with long memories will recall ‘Supernanny’ on Channel 4, which shone a torch at the battlefield that was bringing up toddlers and young children. It also gave the childless out there a really good insight into the ‘challenges’ of parenthood. Maybe you like me introduced House Rules along with Reward Charts and the Naughty Step, and maybe it…
  • Bristol Rugby – returning to the glory days

    Jon Ellis
    22 Feb 2013 | 9:59 am
    Those of you that know me will understand why I follow the fortunes of Bristol Rugby. It’s because I grew up close to the Memorial Stadium (where they play), went to a local school where some of the pupils ended up playing for the team, a general love of sport in general and rugby in particular. Bristol have been under performing for decades now, lingering in the second tier of rugby for too many seasons. The news that Steve Lansdown (of Hargreaves Lansdown fame) is investing in the club is great news. His business rationale seems to be to get back to the Premiership, get crowds of 10k+…
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  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • April 5, 2014

    Ana Hoffman
    5 Apr 2014 | 8:25 am
    In the marketing spotlight this week: ♨ Matt Cutts Video: How does Google separate popularity from authority? ♨ Matt Cutts Video: How does Google evaluate algorithmic changes? ♨ Econsultancy Nofollows All Contributor & Guest Posts; ♨ Google On IE8 Drops SSL & Passes Full Referrer; ♨ New Title Tag Guidelines & Preview Tool; ♨ YouTube, Google+, and LinkedIn drive most engaged traffic; ♨ Understanding Google+ Profile & Page View Counts; ♨ Best time to post on Google+; ♨ Facebook tests a new ‘Save’ feature for your favorite posts; ♨ A Breakup Letter to…
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • March 29, 2014

    Ana Hoffman
    29 Mar 2014 | 9:22 am
    In the marketing spotlight this week: ♨   Google’s Matt Cutts: Almost All Penalties Are For Quality Violations; ♨ How can I tell if my site is affected by a particular algorithm? ♨ Dear Google: THANK YOU for penalizing Traffic Generation Café; ♨ Moz: Google Plus +1′s Do NOT Affect Search Rankings; ♨ Preview & select images with new Google+ link posts; ♨ Instagram Surpasses Twitter in Mobile Users in the US; ♨ Twitter Gets More Social; ♨ People Freaked Out when Twitter Briefly Replaced ‘Retweet’ With ‘Share’; ♨ Twitter Experimenting With View Counts for…
  • How To Create a Blog Post Image That Gets Noticed And Drives Traffic

    Ana Hoffman
    27 Mar 2014 | 9:05 am
    Are your blog posts falling flat because of your dull and generic post images? Blog images are often an afterthought, yet they can make the difference between a shareable post and an unread masterpiece. Throwing any ole image on a blog post that you labored on for hours is like riding to the prom in a hoopty. Your content needs to travel in style across the social web.
  • Guest Blogging Penalties and the Decay of Links as a Ranking Signal: An Open Letter to Matt Cutts (Part 1)

    Ana Hoffman
    25 Mar 2014 | 8:00 am
    Although the most recent penalty is the main topic that inspired me to finally speak my mind, this post isn't just about guest blogging and how Google and Friends Google Inc. unfairly penalized MyBlogGuest. There are other issues I am going to address as well (that will be in Part 2 of this post), but let’s start by discussing the MyBlogGuest debacle, shall we?
  • Weekly Marketing Skinny • March 22, 2014

    Ana Hoffman
    22 Mar 2014 | 7:36 am
    In the marketing spotlight this week: ♨ Google’s Matt Cutts: We’ve Penalized A Guest Blogging Network ♨ Google’s Matt Cutts: We Can Take Action On Sites Benefiting From Guest Post Networks ♨ Google Slaps Marketing Company Portent for Unnatural Links ♨ T-Mobile & Talk Link Buy Renewals Over Twitter???!!! ♨ New Google Title Tag Length Guidelines: 55 Characters ♨ Travel Back To See Your #FirstTweet ♨ Is Twitter Eliminating @ Replies and # Hashtags? ♨ When to use a period before a @username on Twitter ♨ Google+: New look link posts are back ♨ Google…
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  • Expert Chat: Nile Flores Teaches Us How to Start a Blog

    Joseph Adediji
    11 Apr 2014 | 6:55 pm
    Hello Our Dear Readers, You are welcome to the Ultra-Unique section of this blog, the “Expert Chat” Section where we get to have a chat with various Experts in the blogosphere on a “single” particular topic. Today on expert chat, our guest is Nile Flores from She is an expert Blogger  and we will be […]   Continue Reading... This article is copyright ©  Blogging Tips Today
  • How A Blog Can Boost Your Online Business

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    1 Apr 2014 | 8:16 pm
    True success in online business depends on its marketing efforts, and the marketing depends on its strategies. Some will lead to higher commission but some others will hinder it. Among these, one of the most productive strategies is blogging. Yep, a blog can increase your business utility to attract more genuine customers. It’s unbelievable that […]   Continue Reading... This article is copyright ©  Blogging Tips Today
  • Why You should be an Authority Blogger!

    Joseph Adediji
    23 Mar 2014 | 3:06 pm
    In my last post titled “7 Traits of Authority Bloggers”, I shared with you the important characteristics of authority bloggers that helped them become an authority in their niche.If you want to be an authority blogger in your niche, this post is a must read for you. That said, today, I will be sharing with […]   Continue Reading... This article is copyright ©  Blogging Tips Today
  • 7 Traits of Authority Bloggers; You need them all, Especially #2

    Joseph Adediji
    5 Mar 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Becoming an authority is one of the biggest dreams every blogger out there has but to be sincere, no one can become an authority blogger overnight. If there is one thing that I have learnt about blogging, I have learnt that overnight success does not exist in this blogging trade. If you are dreaming to […]   Continue Reading... This article is copyright ©  Blogging Tips Today
  • Arvixe Review: A Reliable and Affordable Web Hosting Service

    Joseph Adediji
    2 Mar 2014 | 1:43 pm
    Hi dear blogger, welcome to my review of Arvixe Web Hosting Company. The issue of web hosting is one of the most discussed topics among bloggers. Like I always say, a web host is the engine of any blog just like the engine of a car, the better the engine, the better the performance of […]   Continue Reading... This article is copyright ©  Blogging Tips Today
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  • Blogging Basics #1 – How To Start Your Own Blog?

    Abhishek Raj
    8 Apr 2014 | 10:13 am
    “Abhishek, i know what blogging is, but I'm confused how and where to get started!” This is the question i often get deluged with, whenever my friends get a chance to discuss with me the ‘abc’ of blogging. So, today I'll be sharing a comprehensive, step by step approach to help you get started with your own blog. Trust me, it’s very easy :) Step 1: Introspect – What should I blog about?
  • Why I Prefer Blogging To A Typical 9 to 5 Job?

    Abhishek Raj
    11 Mar 2014 | 4:40 am
    Be honest, do you really like getting up early in the morning to the irritating sound of your alarm clock? Like getting stuck in the traffic jam everyday? Like someone to guide you, order you, yell at you? Do you feel it exciting to run through the same old routine job from 9 to 5, almost 5 days a week? If most of your answers were 'No' then it's most likely that you've a dominant creative nature
  • How To Get From Where You Are To Where You Want To Be?

    Abhishek Raj
    15 Feb 2014 | 8:34 pm
    I'm pretty sure that after reading the post title you all might be thinking - "That's crazy...a 'self-help' kind of a post on a technology blog?" Hahaha...Friends, I'm completely in my senses. Neither is this a sponsored post nor is this a self-help tutorial. In fact, this is the name of a book that I'm currently reading and I'm so influenced by this book that I'm obliged to share it with all my
  • 7 Ways To Promote Your Content For FREE

    Abhishek Raj
    18 Jan 2014 | 9:08 pm
    Unless you have a huge and dedicated social media following, it is most likely that you'll find it difficult to get the adequate number of eyeballs your content deserves. For beginners the problem is even more severe. I know how discouraging and demotivating it can be when your hard work gets unnoticed. Therefore In this post I've compiled a list of services that i frequently use to promote my
  • Can Introverts Be Successful Bloggers?

    Abhishek Raj
    11 Jan 2014 | 9:34 pm
    Introverts and Extroverts are the two contrasting extremes of a human personality. While extroverts are gregarious, fond of big crowds and gatherings, introverts prefer solitude, peace and love being pre-occupied with their own thoughts. Unfortunately, the general attitude of our society is to treat extroverts as superiors to introverts. Extroverts are perceived as being full of confidence and
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  • MLP007: Instagram – Using Images for Social Media Success w/ Jenn Herman

    Ashley Faulkes
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:50 pm
    I can almost guarantee that you are not using Instagram for marketing purposes (if at all). Am I right? (you can let me know in the comments) But you are missing out on some amazing opportunities! Instagram is growing like crazy. In fact, according to Business Insider: Instagram grew its user base to 150 million monthly active users in half the time that it took Twitter and in two years less than Facebook Not only that, but according to today’s Podcast guest – Jenn Herman, you will also get highly qualified traffic from Instagram. Any traffic that comes to your site from there, is…
  • Website Review #3: Improving Your SEO and Page Load Speeds

    Ashley Faulkes
    14 Apr 2014 | 12:44 am
    SEO and Page Load Speed are absolutely crucial for any website out there. And in today’s review we are going to be looking at both of these topics in-depth. I was contacted by Rohit Sharma to review his website and try to help him get more traffic and improve the SEO on his site. There are no simple solutions when it comes to SEO as we all know well. Especially when Google keeps changing the rules. But if you approach it in the right way, follow the basics, and always keep a few key things in mind, you can achieve some good SEO results. Before we get into the nitty gritty of…
  • MLP006: Manly Pinterest Tips and the Power of Google Hangouts w/ Jeff Sieh

    Ashley Faulkes
    9 Apr 2014 | 2:21 am
    Pinterest pins have a lifetime like no other share on social media. You will get visits to your website from pins you may have forgotten about. Such is the power of Pinterest. And it is growing like almost no other platform. When you combine that with the power of face-to-face Hangouts on Air, an awesome recent addition to the Google+ platform, you have the perfect crime-fighting duo! Google Hangouts have a way of showcasing people online that is hard to do with a blog post or even a podcast (note to self: must do hangouts). And some people have managed to skyrocket their name on social media…
  • Advertising on Facebook: Tips For Expanding Your Audience

    Ashley Faulkes
    7 Apr 2014 | 3:28 am
    We have to be creative in order to expand our audience. They don’t just come knocking on your door asking for awesome content. Sure, you can beg for more views from Google, or try to get more tweets on Twitter. But sometimes that is just not enough. In this post I am going to show you, how for a small amount of money, you how to advertise on Facebook and get more visitors to your site and more subscribers. These Facebook ads tips will help you get a quick understanding of what is involved, and what can be achieved. Let’s take a look…     Reasons for Using Paid…
  • Website Review #2: Blog Posts, SEO and More

    Ashley Faulkes
    4 Apr 2014 | 12:58 am
    Karen of Kip Kitchen asked me to do a website review because she needed a second opinion and a little SEO advice. I will be doing a thorough review as always, based on my impressions, issues I see and ideas for improvements. Karen has also asked about SEO and ideas for traffic generation, which is 10 blog posts in itself, but I will touch on that at the end of the post to give her something to work with. First Impressions of The Site When I opened the website Kip Kitchen I was pleasantly surprised to find a website that is: clean and well layed out has lots of white space and is easy to the…
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  • Cool,Funny,Attitude Status For Whatsapp In English,Hindi

    Mahesh Charjan
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:45 am
    As all we know,whatsapp messenger is the most popular instant messenger app among all mobile platform .whatsapp got this popularity among people due to amazing feature like cool status for whatsapp.In this post,we are sharing with you cool status for whatsapp.we offen change the status text of whatsapp to attract family and you will see some of the best sites to get awesome,funny,inspirational and attitude status for whatsapp.Read: How to protect your whatsapp with password??  Get Love,funny,inspirational status for whatsapp For free1)  statuswhatsapp : This is the most…
  • 11 Best Sites To Watch Movies Online

    Mahesh Charjan
    12 Apr 2014 | 10:48 am
    Everybody love watching movies & TV shows either it is off-line or online.Today i am going to share with the best websites to watch movies online.However you don’t need to paid any get it right it’s completely let see what are sites to watch free movies online.Our list of free movie streaming website include everything which any user look for so without further talk lets go by topic.You can also check out the list of Best cloud storage sites of 2014.How to watch free movies online[no downloading]IMdbFirst member in our top websites to watch free movies online is…
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. Apple iPhone 6: Comparison of Top Two Upcoming Smart Phones

    Mahesh Charjan
    10 Apr 2014 | 6:44 am
    Smart phone users are waiting eagerly for the launch of the best smart phones of the year, which are Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple iPhone 6. Best features and smart apps are the quintessential features of these phones. They have won over millions of customers with their previous versions; now with the succeeding editions, there are anticipations for a rework over the existing phenomenal features.Read: Best New Gadgets Of 2014The Display Screen- Big is inSamsung has always been in the lead for providing larger devices with great screen sizes. On the other hand the latest model of iPhone has a…
  • Best Android Apps for Practicing Yoga

    Mahesh Charjan
    7 Apr 2014 | 11:36 pm
    Last we reviewed some of the best android apps for women’s safety. today I will be telling you the best yoga apps for android. Yoga is the best exercise to stay fit and healthy. With the help of yoga we can concentrate on our work more easily. Yoga is also beneficial for blogging. But now a days people are feeling problems while performing yoga in their daily routine. There are lots of difficult steps in yoga while cannot be performed easily, you should need a trainer which can help you in doing those yoga steps.Read: Best Music apps for android Now a days there are not much…
  • iOS 8 – Release Date & Rumors

    Mahesh Charjan
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:58 pm
    Apple unveiled the curtain off of their newest firmware update naming it iOS 7 and it’s been the massive update that’s been ever released from the tech giant. Although, iOS 7 has got some issues, another OS probably is in the making in the cooking section of Apple. Last year, the spotlight was on the release of iOS 7 since rumors had’ll be the biggest update from Apple anyone has ever since and so was it. The iFans went crazy and appreciated the effort of Apple which they put out in parallel with the release of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. This year, we might not see a huge change but…
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  • MoboRobo – An Excellent Desktop Manager For iDevices and Android

    K Thilak
    16 Apr 2014 | 8:29 am
    Recently, I bought a new Android phone and  I had a tough time installing apps, syncing files from my old phone and also I faced difficulty in uninstalling some of the useless apps on my phone. I thought switching to a simpler phone with a less features so that It wouldn’t be a headache to do all these, But a friend told me about an amazing tool- MoboRobo. Now, I’m really happy with my Android Device and I’m able to do everything i wanted to do! Thanks To MoboRobo. MoboRobo, is one of the best Smartphone PC manager I’ve seen. This Software can manage and can be used…
  • Make Web Video – Create Your Own Animated Business Promo In 30 Minutes

    Hari Charan
    13 Apr 2014 | 9:02 am
    Recently,I Started working on a new project- Infinity Talents , Its a video site which is a portfolio of talents of young people, inspirational talks, or anything that inspires people. You all know, marketing is one of the toughest jobs and I had tough time promoting it.  I got  an idea of making a promo video for my new site so that it would be easy to promote it and I started looking for professional designers. Most of them charged about $500-$1000 and it wasn’t affordable for me.  I started looking for cheap video promo designers , but at last I ended up on this amazing site known…
  • Review – Ultimate Guide To Make Money With YouTube

    Hari Charan
    6 Apr 2014 | 3:44 am
    YouTube….we use it as a video site to watch movies, videos and tutorials that help us with many things. Did you ever know that you could make money with it? Of course, you didn’t! Gone are the days when people used to make lots of money with AdSense and other ad publishing Networks, there a new trend in the town! Its to make money with YouTube using a guide,the ultimate guide known as -YouTube CPA. When i first heard about YouTube CPA, i was like- “Man,Are you kidding me? These things never work out!” but when i started watching the video courses, i started…
  • The Latest List Of Top 10 Professional Bloggers in India 2014 [Infographic]

    Hari Charan
    4 Apr 2014 | 8:16 am
    Bloggers are the people who form, run, update and make internet a better place for you all! Without them,internet is nothing. Blogging is the job which pays a lot while it facilitates you with a satisfaction of serving. As you all know, Blogging hasn’t been a common profession in India, but there are some people who chose Blogging as their career, they left their jobs and started creating their own money making machine (Their Blogs). Blogging is an uncertain industry, there are lot of changes. You never know when your blog’s traffic is going to drop. So, you must be courageous and…
  • Two Tricks To Watch YouTube Videos without Buffering

    Hari Charan
    4 Apr 2014 | 3:15 am
    YouTube is officially the most used video sharing website in the whole world.  In 2013 it even crossed the milestone of 1 Billion active users, it has more than 5 million unique users visiting it every month. Those statistics are really impressive, aren’t they?Now, lets get on to the topic. Watching YouTube videos with a low speed internet connection would be really painful because of the buffering in the video. Did you know? 44% of the internet users run on slow internet, But all of them don’t watch buffering videos as some are smart enough to use some cool tricks to watch…
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  • Easter Recipes from the South

    Tom Clardy
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:08 pm
    Southern Baptists never acknowledged Lent in the 1970s but they loved a tooth-grittin’ly sweet dessert anytime.  Christians observing the Lenten season was as foreign to these parts as the Chinese language.  It was planting time down here in the South, and you couldn’t plow a cornfield or plant a garden fasting on fish or giving up fried foods – that’s what they did up in the big cities and the North. Girdle-Buster Pie 20 Oreo cookies, crushed¼ cup melted butter1 quart vanilla ice cream, softened1 small can evaporated milk2 TB butter½ cup sugar2 squares bitter…
  • "Great Uncle Clarence in the Springtime" (poem)

    Tom Clardy
    12 Apr 2014 | 12:21 pm
    Great Uncle Clarence sits on the porch,The evening sun has set the sky a’fire.He rocks back in his chair.“The pecan tree’s a’leafin’ out,time to put tomatoes in the ground,”He swats at a spring mosquito.“The dogwood’s a’bloomin’ too, time for my bath.” Aunt Minnie smiles, first time since fall.
  • "A Spring Evening"

    Tom Clardy
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:31 am
     The woodpecker barks,This knothole is his.The cardinal calls her mate,He’s fighting with his twin.Sparrows chirp frantically  in the magnolia tree.The oak tree is budding,And yellow pine dust Floats in the air,The early moon shines silverin the evening gold of the sun.A spring day is ending.
  • "The Earth"

    Tom Clardy
    6 Apr 2014 | 3:25 pm
    The great oak rises from the regal earth, Its huge branches reaching, twisting and turning toward the sky like slow lightening.  Ancient lightening from the earth bursting forth, A slow green spark lit by the earth herself.Through the eons, the steady earth goes gently with seasonal rhythm.And hard rock melts into tears of sand, While the sky moves with wild abandon; its wind, its lightening and storms,A warrior in a constant war whose battles change daily;The earth, an aged queen,Repeats herself, quietly retelling her story forever.
  • Old Gardening Superstitions of the South

    Tom Clardy
    31 Mar 2014 | 12:34 pm
    Plant corn when the dogwood blooms but never on May first, second and third; those are barren days.Plant root vegetables in the dark of the moon and plant leaf vegetables in the new moon.The first thunder of spring wakes up the snakes and tells you winter is busted.You are sure of a rough winter if the grape or nut crops are heavy.Snakes will not come around a place where gourds are growing.Weeds won’t grow back if cut in March during the dark of the moon.Ninety days after the first katydid is heard, there will be a frost.To make peppers grow, you must be hot and mad when you’re planting…
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    Shubham Tips Tricks

  • How to install WordPress Plugin

    Shubham Kumar
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:21 pm
    According to me,WordPress is the Best Blogging Software to create our Blog and i also use wordpress.When you get a self hosted blog on wordpress, then you should know that how to install plugin.In this post i will tell you how to install ? Continue reading → The post How to install WordPress Plugin appeared first on Shubham Tips Tricks.
  • How to easily Install Google Analytics to your Blogger Blog?

    Shubham Kumar
    9 Apr 2014 | 9:06 pm
    Every Blogger wants to analyse his blog stats,traffic and one of the best way to monitor your blog traffic is Google Analytics.Google Analytics give you each and every facility which you want and its very easy to install Google Analytics on your Blog.It takes ? Continue reading → The post How to easily Install Google Analytics to your Blogger Blog? appeared first on Shubham Tips Tricks.
  • Google Adsense Approval Tricks – How to get Google Adsense Account to be Approved in 1-2 hours ?

    Shubham Kumar
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:35 pm
    Google Adsense is the best option for earning money online for bloggers.Yesterday i had posted about What is Google Adsense and How does it Work? and when you know that about Google Adsense then ? Continue reading → The post Google Adsense Approval Tricks – How to get Google Adsense Account to be Approved in 1-2 hours ? appeared first on Shubham Tips Tricks.
  • What is Google Adsense and How does it Works?

    Shubham Kumar
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:47 pm
    Many newbie bloggers does not know about Adsense, What exactly is Google Adsense?.Google adsense is free, simple way to earn money ? Continue reading → The post What is Google Adsense and How does it Works? appeared first on Shubham Tips Tricks.
  • Add a Stylish Feedburner Lightbox Email Subscription for your Blog

    Shubham Kumar
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Email Subscription is a very important part ? Continue reading → The post Add a Stylish Feedburner Lightbox Email Subscription for your Blog appeared first on Shubham Tips Tricks.
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  • So Long Toulong

    Sara Louise
    15 Apr 2014 | 2:21 pm
    Disclaimer: Technically the title of this post should read; So Long Toulon, but I felt like jazzing it up a bit, with a rhyme. It's not the best rhyme in the world, but how about you humor me and pretend like it is.Driving to Toulon from Le Petit Village for the last time was indeed bittersweet (thankfully we had that delicious stop in Cassis to soften the heartbreak). So many memories had been made in that Côte d'Azur city in such a short time.When I first moved to France, I never would have imagined that a cousin of mine would end up in France as well. And who would have thought that…
  • We're Driving Cadillacs In Our Dreams

    Sara Louise
    11 Apr 2014 | 7:13 am
    // Gregory has a developed a full on obsession with Cadillacs. Not the shiny new ones, and definitely not those SUVs, but old Cadillacs. Like anything older than about ten years and he's oohing and aahing all over it and demanding to know the cost, as if my brain is stored with Cadillac's blue book data.// I've been forgetting about my laundry. In the ten years that I lived in Europe, my washing machine was either in my kitchen, or in my bathroom, so it was kind of hard to miss. Now that I'm back in the States, it's in the laundry room. So what's been happening is this; I load the washing…
  • Behind The Photos IV

    Sara Louise
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:02 am
    Today's edition of Behind The Photos feature a hodge podge mix of pictures from the Autumn of 2010... snapshots of random bits of life in The LPV. And because it's darn near impossible to think of Le Petit Village without thinking of every one's favorite honey farmer, I feel it's only right to kick off this edition with Honey Jr.There he is, as you would find him at any barbecue, manning the grill. This would have been one of the last barbecues of the year and only a few months after we moved into our connecting homes. That summer was so busy with weddings to attend and out of town guests to…
  • One Last Lunch in Cassis

    Sara Louise
    7 Apr 2014 | 3:56 am
    Before leaving France (but after leaving Le Petit Village), we had some stops to make; first for a couple of nights in Toulon, followed by two more in Paris. Then my mother had a stroke of genius, "how about we stop in Cassis on the way to Toulon." Of course we could squeeze in one more stop for Cassis, I love Cassis, and more importantly, I love eating in Cassis!Restaurant Le Bonaparte has been one of my favorite places to eat since I first went there way back in 2010. I cannot rave about it enough and I tell everyone that they simply HAVE TO GO. (Seriously, even if you happen to find…
  • Waking Up With Honey Jr

    Sara Louise
    4 Apr 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Today marks one month since I left France... one month! I can hardly believe it. I think Gregory and Fifty being here barely a week has made everything seem all so new and recent again.Things are going well here, we're settling in, but mostly chasing our tails. Well I'm chasing my tail anyway. I'm working again, and I'm trying to juggle that with making sure my boys are OK and doing all of the things that need to be done (new phones, new bank accounts, new dog licenses... being a grown-up sucks something fierce). I'm hoping that some sort of routine falls into place soon. I'm sure it will…
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  • Download New Qsat Update v6.05.16

    3 Apr 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Qsat has been the Queen this days in terms of DST* channels unscrambling. They are working fervently to ensure that we enjoy the channels as long DST* are greedy, exploiting the African market for... Read Full story at
  • Tactics to improve traffic for your website

    31 Mar 2014 | 2:14 pm
    Listed below are some very helpful methods and techniques you can follow to increase traffic to your site. Read on to learn about website trafficking techniques. Sharing your valuable content to the... Read Full story at
  • Rom.bin, Qsat Reviving Software Download

    29 Mar 2014 | 11:47 am
    I know it has been hard for you guys easily rename the software and bring back your bricked-Qsat back to life. One of our blog participant and commenter has send the files for you to download and... Read Full story at
  • The New Moto 360 Smartwatch – Just Another Drop in the Smartwatch Sea or A Wave of Its Own?

    27 Mar 2014 | 1:49 pm
    The smartwatch craze is still officially on the rise and it seems that every techie-tuned company wants to cash-in on the newfangled futuristic stylings of wristwatches that do more than the... Read Full story at
  • How to revive your dead Qsat after Power Outage

    26 Mar 2014 | 2:12 pm
    I guess I need to make a post on this. I mean after series of warning that you should not update your Qsat with Power Holding, some people actually went ahead to do so and end up bricking their Qsat.... Read Full story at
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  • Top 5 Methods to Bypass Surveys in 2014

    Ahmad Raza
    9 Apr 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Many times it happens that when we try to download some software or application then a survey website keeps on blocking the download. Here are the top 5 tricks to Bypass surveys in 2014 on most of the premium file sharing websites. Unlock the hidden download links instantly and download the locked files within minutes, Read More at: Top 5 Methods to Bypass Surveys in 2014
  • How to Make YouTube Videos Load Faster – 7 Tips

    Ahmad Raza
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:08 am
    Best Ever Tricks to Load YouTube videos faster while watching online. Improve video buffering speed on YouTube with simple techniques. YouTube Video Loading Speed depends on a number of factors. By considering those factors, here I am going to share some tricks to make YouTube videos load faster. Read More at: How to Make YouTube Videos Load Faster – 7 Tips
  • 3 Methods to Access Startup Folder in Windows 8

    Ahmad Raza
    2 Apr 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Worried about where Startup folder is located in Windows 8? This article guides you to find startup folder in Windows 7, 8, 8.1. Learn How to manage Startup programs in Windows 8 that are launched automatically when the system starts. Read More at: 3 Methods to Access Startup Folder in Windows 8
  • 5 Best Free App Lock Security Apps for Android 2014

    Ahmad Raza
    31 Mar 2014 | 2:44 pm
    A collection of best free app locker apps for android. Download the best photos, video gallery locker apps 2014 and password protect or pattern lock your apps for better privacy and security. Read More at: 5 Best Free App Lock Security Apps for Android 2014
  • Best Fax Apps for IPhone, Ipad & Android in 2014

    Ahmad Raza
    18 Mar 2014 | 12:38 pm
    In this article we will learn How to send fax from IPhone, IPad or Android smartphones. List of the Best Fax Apps is also here that let you send free fax mails via mobile. Enjoy! Sending and receiving faxes is not a common practice for individuals. But the people who own a business frequently use […] Read More at: Best Fax Apps for IPhone, Ipad & Android in 2014
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    DSM Publishing

  • Are You Making This One Mistake With Your Online Business?

    8 Apr 2014 | 7:25 am
    I can spot a marketer who is never going to be successful and is not going to be successful from a single email. I get them everyday and I can say that I very rarely hear from these newbies ever again. And they certainly don’t become the next internet marketing guru. Here is an example of the kind of email that I am talking about: Hi Samantha, I’ve got my squeeze page ready and my one time offer set up to hopefully help me make a profit. But how do I put the files up on the server? Can you do it for me? Seriously? You expect me to come away from the work I am concentrating on to upload…
  • What if you put the same effort into traffic building as you do with web design?

    3 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    If someone asked me what was the biggest reason why my clients failed with their online businesses I would say this. Without a doubt it is what causes most webmasters to run out of cash and not make any money out of their online business. They come into the online world all excited about their website and as newcomers to the market they will often suffer from shiny product syndrome. I know this because I have seen this many times myself. You want your website to be perfect, therefore you design it, then you want changes and more changes and more changes. And you spend all your money on your…
  • Paid SEO Links – The SEO Vs Adwords Debate

    26 Mar 2014 | 4:28 am
    I wanted to share with a case study that I have been involved in with a client recently. The client has an offline business and works mainly with offline customers. Like many offline customers he also wants to bring lots of internet traffic his way! He was already paying for Adwords and paying $0.20 per click. His business was seasonal so he was only going to get searches between the summer May – October season. The keywords would be much targeted so his Adwords would convert like crazy. However he wanted SEO so we set to work on it for him. He then said his strategy was to pay for high…
  • Pinterest Welcomes In Paid Adverts

    24 Mar 2014 | 10:29 am
    Pinterest may be the new kid on the block when it comes to social media giants but the company has grown enormously in the past couple of years to become a craze in itself.  Not content with taking the web by storm, Pinterest are now looking to revolutionise the world of online advertising and are now taking on paid advertisers to their site. It is hard to believe that Pinterest is only four years old and that there was once a time when we didn’t create online scrap books filled with lovely things and pictures of places we want to visit and all the things we love about Pinterest are…
  • My Internet Marketing Hates and A Big Fat Rant

    19 Mar 2014 | 3:01 am
    Most people have things that annoy them and no matter how hard you try, you can never please everyone. But there are a few things in internet marketing that I hate and it makes the difference between me buying a product and not buying one. Have a look to see if you do any of this and if you could improve your conversions by not following these methods: 1. Swearing Why is it that so many internet marketers like to use swear words in their copy. It is offensive. I wouldn’t dream of using swear words in my copy mainly because I have people from all walks of life reading my material. A retired…
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    Blogging Resource

  • 30 Powerful Social Media Tools for Online Social Media Merketers

    Arif Chowdhury
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:55 am
    Are you currently using the right social media tools to manage your social networking presence?As the demands on social networking marketers increase, it can be difficult to find time for you to do everything. But there are some great tools that will help you save time and increase the effectiveness of the efforts. Along with our infographic on “The Day in the Life of the Busy Social Media Marketer”, here is our full listing of over 30 time-saving social media & content tools you may use on a daily basis. Start by selecting a few to test—it will make your life much simpler.Going to…
  • 11 Expert Bloggers Secrets: How to Get More Subscribers

    Arif Chowdhury
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:20 am
    Why do a little blogs have thousands of readers daily, while others fight to break a dozen page views for every new article?The difference is often within the social media and marketing efforts utilized to promote content.About ten years ago, simply blogging well and often was all it was a little while until for word to spread. Now, a content creator’s greatest challenge is gaining the interest necessary to get more subscribers.In line with the experience of a few of the world’s sharpest blog marketers, we’ve curated some brilliant advice to assist you triple your subscriber…
  • How to Choose the Best Time to Dispatch Your Email Newsletters

    Arif Chowdhury
    5 Apr 2014 | 8:37 am
    Email ought to be the power player of your inbound online marketing strategy.In the event you haven’t heard, it’s still an incredibly effective approach to connecting with consumers. The Direct Marketing Association reports that e-mail drives more ROI than every other type of outreach for 67% of companies, and it’s the very best source for brand spanking new sales for 30% of marketers.Concerned that e-mail marketing is a “push tactic” that could cast you being an interruption marketer? It’s definitely not pushy if you’re performing it right, by segmenting your list and making…
  • 10 Metrics that Will Lead Your Newsletter Content to Success

    Arif Chowdhury
    30 Mar 2014 | 6:48 am
    Email newsletter marketing definitely isn't dead. In fact, it’s just like viable of a platform for marketing as ever. The newest studies by the Direct Marketing Association found that this average ROI for email was around $25.80 for each dollar spent on system. Perhaps most impressively, 8% of businesses are directly able to attribute more than half with their revenue to newsletters.While it’s clear that exceptional online newsletter content is key to success, you will find myriads of other factors which could affect your results. Are the most of emails you send bouncing back to you? Is…
  • 7 Powerful & Effective Ways to Market Your Business Blog

    Arif Chowdhury
    24 Mar 2014 | 8:38 am
    Over 392 million people worldwide view a lot more than 13.3 billion pages every month – and that’s just on WordPress-hosted blogs! The idea of publishing content in real-time to the web went from an obscure pastime in the late 1990’s towards the formidable force it is today. Content is definitely an incredibly effective way to drive ROI for the company’s marketing budget, but you won’t see very good results if you simply publish articles with no distribution or promotion plan in your mind. Business blog marketing is a critical part of a contemporary content marketing strategy, and…
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    Holy Kaw!

  • Anti-seizure drug may treat alcoholism

    18 Apr 2014 | 10:09 am
    The anti-seizure drug ezogabine may be a way to reduce excessive alcohol consumption, according to a new study with rats. Alcoholism is one of the leading causes of illness and death in the US, and has significant negative economic impact by limiting worker productivity and spiking health care costs. “This finding is of importance because ezogabine acts by opening a particular type of potassium channel in the brain, called the Kv7 channel, which regulates activity in areas of the brain that are believed to regulate the rewarding effects of alcohol,” says lead author Clifford Knapp,…
  • 5 reasons you should never take a job in a small town

    Josh Urich
    18 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    Despite the gains in the job market, there’s still a lot of competition out there. That’s why you’re more likely to take a job you probably shouldn’t…like a job in a crumby small town. This Cracked article will make you think twice before taking a job in a teeny town. Just think of the commutes, for example. In the midwest, especially, commutes are long. Gas is expensive. That means your paycheck is even smaller than it appears. And you can’t afford that, since small towns tend to take advantage of their employees by hiring only part time, meaning no…
  • Apparently we’ve all been taking our shirts off the wrong way [video]

    Josh Urich
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    Crazy Russian Hacker earns his nickname in this video. After you watch him take his shirt off in one swift motion, you’ll realize you’ve been wasting precious seconds every day. As the Crazy Russian Hacker says, boom! Full story at Uproxx. More fashion advice. Photo credit: Canva
  • Re-elect Rob Ford for Toronto mayor: Campaign underway

    Deanne Mayall
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:36 am
    “He’s very WASPy, but he’s also doing crack. Seems like he can mingle with everybody.” Rob Ford has his supporters, that’s for sure. I don’t live in Toronto but I’ve seen him interacting with his constituents and have marvelled at his patience as Toronto’s mayor so count me as a supporter. I’d take a Rob Ford buffoon over a pompous and elite buffoon any day. There’s a great article at the National Post about his election campaign kick-off party, complete with the now infamous Bobble-head dolls depicting Ford. But this quote stands out most: “He…
  • Mt. Everest: Avalanche kills 12

    Deanne Mayall
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:10 am
    Ever since Jon Krakauer’s Into Thin Air, I’ve been mesmerized by mountain climbing news. In fact decades before, I’d heard Chris Bonnington speak about his K2 ascent and the mountains had me. And so it’s with sadness that I learn today that an avalanche has killed at least 12 people at 20,000 feet. We’re at the beginning of climbing season at Everest. Climbers have been arriving since April, acclimatizing before their climbs which typically are in May. This year Nepal has given permits to 334 climbers and 400 Sherpas, the most ever. Not a good start to the…
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  • Tackle Duplicate content with Zero Tolerance

    Bashir Ahmed
    5 Apr 2014 | 7:24 am
    Content duplication causes issues for internet searchers when they attempt to creep your site as they won’t rank various pages holding the same or very much alike, content. This can imply that... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to Increase Your Google+ Engagement by 281% [Infographic]

    Bashir Ahmed
    14 Feb 2014 | 9:13 am
    Neil Patel is the co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar and KISSmetrics. Recently he created and shared an amazing infographic about how to increase your Google+ engagement by 281%. If you’re on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Speed Up Your WordPress Blog Quickly (Infographic)

    Bashir Ahmed
    7 Feb 2014 | 11:06 am
    There are  more than 75 million web sites across the globe powered by WordPress, making the CMS easily one of the world’s most popular web publishing platforms. Many of these blogs tend to drag along... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • HostGator Review

    Bashir Ahmed
    30 Jan 2014 | 1:56 pm
    Brent Oxley founded HostGator in 2002 while studying in Florida Atlantic University. Over the years, the company has grown from just three servers to become one of the most successful web hosting... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • HireWriters Review: Best Article Writing Service

    Bashir Ahmed
    24 Jan 2014 | 4:34 am
    With the internet constantly demanding that websites, blogs and other online publications contain original content, some people are finding it hard to keep up with this requirement. This explains why... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Create More Engaging Content

  • 15 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post

    James Rhodes
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    You’ve just finished perfecting your latest blog post. It has everything. An attention-grabbing title. An alluring intro. And it’s dense with valuable content. Now what? You can throw it up on your blog, send out a couple tweets, put it out to your circles on Google+ and call it a day… Or you could hustle. Because like it or not, getting something to go viral is hard work. I know you’ve heard magical stories of effortless viral successes, but don’t believe them. Behind every viral success is a lot of strategy and even more hard work. The Internet is dizzyingly full…
  • The Science Behind Emotionally Compelling Content

    James Rhodes
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    How does Upworthy do it? They create viral articles daily. They have more Facebook likes than most Fortune 500 companies. Last month they had over 120,000,000 page views. And they’re only 2 years old. I mean seriously. I have socks older than them. What’s their secret? Upworthy plays to their audience’s reptilian brain. While your rational brain handles things like thinking, logic, information-processing and language, your reptilian brain handles things like fight or flight, hunger, sex and emotions. You may think you’re a super-evolved 21st Century being, but the…
  • Why You Should Post Less and Promote More

    James Rhodes
    9 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    My life is an endless stream of content. In the morning I open my email to find about 10 newsletters. I pick the most interesting ones and skim through them. Then I open my newsreader Zite to find around 25 stories waiting for me. Again I skim through the content that catches my eye before moving on. Then I check a couple of my favorite sites like Medium and GrowthHackers to see if anything piques my interest. Then I hop on Twitter to find my feed moving at the speed of light. I scan the trending topics and my timeline, picking and choosing a couple of choice tweets to check out. I used to…
  • Why Every Content Creator Needs to Join G+

    James Rhodes
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    It’s Google’s world and we’re all just living it. With over 7.2 billion daily page views, Google controls over 85% of the search traffic on the Internet. Even more telling, when Google went down for just 5 minutes, 40% of the traffic on the Internet dropped. Almost half of the global traffic on the Internet died because one company went down. If that doesn’t show you Google’s incredible scope, I don’t know what will. Google is the elephant in the room. Capable of killing or making companies with a single tweak in their magical algorithm. Just ask Rap…
  • 8 Actionable Ways to Build Your Authority Right Now

    James Rhodes
    4 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    A person with Authority commands attention. When they walk into a room (or Twitter chat) people take notice. When they talk people listen. They’re quoted often. Linked to even more. And opportunities just fall into their lap. A person with Authority is like an online superhero. Able to cut through noise like a ninja. Able to move mountains with a single tweet. A person with Authority has sway. They have leverage. They also have something a lot of people would kill for: people’s undivided attention. In the information era, we save this type of attention for a select few. While we…
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    The Great Blog

  • Internet Advertising: A Great Way to Market Products

    Jerry Saliu
    11 Apr 2014 | 4:31 am
    Over the years, making a sale always starts with properly marketing your products. Advertisements on Radio, TV, Newspapers, and Magazines have all proven to be an effective marketing strategy for most companies all over the world. Co-existing with the traditional ways of advertising is another effective way to market your products, Internet Advertising or also […] ( Click on the post title to read more...)
  • The Right Way to Start Up A Business [Part 1]

    Jerry Saliu
    2 Apr 2014 | 1:52 am
    If you have an idea then, why not make a business out of it? When beginning and starting your own business a few factors are required to be kept in mind. The key factor to running any business is to know your market. Unless you understand the need in the market, you cannot evaluate the […] ( Click on the post title to read more...)
  • Apple iPhone 5C: Cool Craft For Colour Loving People

    17 Dec 2013 | 10:38 am
    Apple for the very first time came up with something different and out of the league. It added colours to its devices and specifically launched its iPhone with colours and that too in different colour variations. If you are one who thinks colours reveal the personality. Yes! Then Apple iPhone 5C is meant for you. […] ( Click on the post title to read more...)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3: A Gorgeous Craft With Marvelous Features

    14 Dec 2013 | 12:54 am
    Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the Smartphone of the year which has stolen the show being the superlative Smartphone by Samsung. The craft has been devised uniquely cutting the barriers of the plastic looks of the Samsung’ flagship crafts. The Note 3 comes in faux leather giving leathery look top the device that makes the […] ( Click on the post title to read more...)
  • Top Three Smartphones of 2013

    25 Oct 2013 | 7:15 am
    One can easily notice the cutting edge competition in the market of Smartphones. If we go through the details of recently launched high-end models then iPhone 5S, Galaxy Note 3 and Nokia Lumia 1520 are three names that strike first. Each model is special in its own way. The Apple Smartphone can impress you with […] ( Click on the post title to read more...)
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  • Get Well Services from Homehost of Brazil

    Suresh vurity
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:34 am
    The web hosting of Brazil has many services they can gives for their customer. One of the webs hosting of Brazil is Homehost of Brazil. This web hosting provides a qualified data connection and stability speed connection for their customer. Please check Besides, this company also gives many other services the customer can enjoy. What are they? Let’s check the explanations below. Hosting for all This Homehost support almost all of your need you can get from the server. For years, the hosting can be compatible for most of your application you want to install. This hosting…
  • Cyber Security for Websites

    Suresh vurity
    20 Mar 2014 | 2:25 am
    The World Wide Web is a virtual marketplace for domain names. A domain name is essentially a “digital” piece of real estate on the internet. In other words, a domain essentially buys space on the World Wide Web where a website can be developed. Official registries govern domain names and other aspects of websites. Therefore, a webmaster that wants to have a private website needs to register a domain name. After registration, the next step is to set up all of the hosting configurations for a website. A web host is essentially a virtual service that is linked to a physical server.
  • Beginner’s Steps into Blogging

    Suresh vurity
    26 Feb 2014 | 3:33 am
    Bringing your writing skill to the worldwide web can give you a stage for fame. For years, blogging is considered a form of self-expression through the articles posted. With large number of free blog providers, it’s easy for you to start blogging. You can share your thoughts and opinions through your articles. If your articles are taking public’s interest, it won’t be surprising for you to get some splash of fame. Even though it sounds easy for signing up and starting your personal blog, it won’t be as easy as you think. Writing articles for your blog requires a big commitment. You…
  • Keeping pace in the digital world: software insurance

    Suresh vurity
    21 Jan 2014 | 6:46 am
    Almost every company requires software in some form or another, from the world’s largest bank right the way down to someone who makes their own bird baths in Harrogate. Technology has made business processes quicker and smoother than ever before. As a result, we’ve become a little over reliant on certain aspects of it. If software malfunctions, the entire business can grind to a shuddering halt, and in the world of business, time is money.  A day lost to fixing dodgy software can have significant long-term repercussions. Things don’t get done on time or are done badly,…
  • The Best Cloud Software for Your Business

    Suresh vurity
    21 Jan 2014 | 6:42 am
    As a business owner you are probably aware that your company would struggle to run without the numerous bits of software you use on a daily basis. Whether it is for word processing, spreadsheets or paying your staff, you use software on a daily basis. The most modern businesses out there will have embraced the cloud and if you want to as well, here are some good programs for you to start with. Accounting Accounting and payroll are central to your business. If you are unable to pay your staff on time they may lack motivation to do a good job and you must be aware of the issues if you get on…
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    Just Web World

  • Find a Website Design Company in offering Advanced CSS-jQuery Training

    Harshil Barot
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:40 am
    Advanced CSS-jQuery Training The jQuery system evolved as a simplification model of the Javascript. Using the simplified jQuery systems, you can effectively implement amazing Javascript systems without much ado. There are numerous plugins in this category for the experienced programmer. You need to have a fundamental understanding of HTML, CSS, and Javascript before you startRead More… The post Find a Website Design Company in offering Advanced CSS-jQuery Training appeared first on Just Web World.
  • All You Need to Know about iPhone7 – Next Generation Apple iPhone7

    Harshil Barot
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:48 am
    You Need to Know about iPhone7 In the fast paced world of smart phones, a tough competition has been there always. A number of companies arriving with their flagships have worked hardly to incorporate a bundle of intelligent and smart features that will embark on a new technology. Amid such technologies, Apple has everything toRead More… The post All You Need to Know about iPhone7 – Next Generation Apple iPhone7 appeared first on Just Web World.
  • 6 Tips to use Social Media to Promote an Event

    Harshil Barot
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:02 am
    Tips to use Social Media to Promote an Event There are many curmudgeons and luddites out there whose opinions on social media range from bitter to hostile. The reason, primarily, is that they believe social media—the Internet in general—separates people from reality. However, savvy brands using social media know that the opposite is true. SocialRead More… The post 6 Tips to use Social Media to Promote an Event appeared first on Just Web World.
  • HTC One M8 2014 – Impressive device in terms of design

    Harshil Barot
    9 Apr 2014 | 1:46 am
    HTC One M8 2014 HTC One M8 is a premium brand of the established mobile firm HTC, and is among the best phones to own in terms of design and quality. The company has recently introduced the HTC One M8, and is an improvement from the earlier piece in terms of design, and the formerRead More… The post HTC One M8 2014 – Impressive device in terms of design appeared first on Just Web World.
  • Future Google Page Rank Predictor Online Tool

    Harshil Barot
    6 Apr 2014 | 5:41 am
    Future Google Page Rank Predictor The Google Page Rank is a Most Important things for every bloggers for their Blog. The Google Page Rank update mostly three or four times update per year means It will come with a new updates in a three times in a year. There are many factors are their forRead More… The post Future Google Page Rank Predictor Online Tool appeared first on Just Web World.
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  • Why exactly do we need computer programming languages?

    18 Apr 2014 | 8:47 am
    by Abdul Wasay Bhatt                                                                             Hey, fellas, how's it been? I hope it's great. Because if it wasn't then all you got to do is stick with the flow of this post, keep your geek modes on, and BOOM, you are in for a treat! Absorbing In: OK, so I took you guys to a two post journey of knowing the aromatic outer space and diving into the depths of…
  • A video that moved all our hearts and will surely move yours

    16 Apr 2014 | 11:15 am
    Post by Hamzah Shahid.

    1 Apr 2014 | 10:21 am
    Fulfilling the old saying Necessity is the mother of invention. One have invented a browser which can open all sites, including blocked sites. Block sets are very irritating because it stops one from getting fulfill its need. Like most I get knowledge from YouTube because of plenty of videos on YouTube it is very helpful for students. But it is blocked in my country. Here I will show you an amazing browser through which you can visit any browser without any hurdle. It has built in proxy so no need to install proxy softwares. PROS. It can open any site. It has all chrome features. You can add…
  • Control your PC media player with your mobile

    7 Mar 2014 | 10:32 pm
    I'm going to introduce you a very nice application through which you can easily control your media player on your PC. You be thinking why you have to download this app. Let me give you a situation. Suppose you have connected your laptop with home theater and you are watching a movie by sitting on the sofa, after some time you need to lower its volume or forward some uncomfortable scene than at that situation you need this app. This is very handy app and the size of this app is not much larger so that you can easily install and use it without any memory issue. The name of…
  • How to be safe from mobile snoopwares? (lookout security)

    7 Mar 2014 | 9:57 am
    HI! This post will unveil several ways that can spoil you for a short time, maybe for a long time too by snooping your mobile phone. I know some people, their mobile phone hacked and they found spyware on the cell phone designed to watch their every move. You like that? I'm sure not. This is the worst thing ever. People with little knowledge of computer or cell phone are in extreme danger. The hacker can turn their mobile phone on and off. A hacker took their pictures by turning their mobile camera on and use speaker phone as a bug. I have seen many issues like this its scary! I once hacked…
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  • Working AutoWin for 8 Ball Pool 2014 Latest

    Mohit Kumar
    5 Apr 2014 | 4:44 am
    The latest 8 Ball Pool Auto Win is here for your Computers. We have successfully implemented the hack and is ready to release for Public use. Its only for our premium members so dont expect it to get it for free. It works on all operating systems which support running the Cheat Engine. If your operating system dont support the Cheat Engine, then kindly ignore getting it.   Below is the video demonstrating the Hack working- This 8 Ball Pool hack gonna make you win free cash without any play. You have to start the hack and the hack will get you win itself. One thing you have to keep in…
  • WhatsApp iPhone Last Seen Hider, Share Music on iPhone Whatsapp

    Mohit Kumar
    17 Mar 2014 | 5:58 am
    As you all know, using WhatsApp in iPhone is really annoying in comparison to the android users, in terms of sharing music. But a new tweak, WhatsApp Ultimate will help you to do a lot of features which a android user or window phone user cant. This tweak will help you to do the following things- Share Music from your iPhone Hide WhatsApp Last Seen time stamp i.e. Freeze the time stamp to a particular date. Enable non-delivery receipt, it will let you receive messages but the other user wont get delivery ticks. Custom text color This tweak will work on all iPhone prior it should be…
  • Eternity Warriors 3 Hack for iPhone, iPad, iPod

    Mohit Kumar
    12 Mar 2014 | 10:17 pm
    Eternity Warriors 3 version 1.1.1 hack for iPhone, iPad and iPod. Latest support added. The best RPG game for the Apple devices. What’s New in Version 1.1.1 The latest and greatest of Eternity Warriors 3 is here! Download now for these awesome new features: ▶ Endless Mode! Battle endless waves of monsters for NEW gear and to compete with your friends! ▶ The God of Jade has arrived, for Chinese New Year only. Make an offering to win a piece of the ultra legendary Skyfire set! ▶ Test your might in the Jade Forest against some of the most fearsome monsters in Udar, only during…
  • Clash of Clans Game Hack for Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad – v5.172

    Mohit Kumar
    3 Mar 2014 | 4:48 am
    Clash of Clans one of the best fastest growing app for iDevice owners. But also without using hack it looks bored and empty. So to make sure you enjoy playing Clash of Clans and beat everyone, we are releasing this Hack Version 1.0 for our Beloved readers and all subscribers. This hack can be implemented on any iDevice and can be downloaded for your Device from Below. It only costs you 5$ one time fees with full support and technical helpline to help you implement the hack on your iDevice if you are unable to do so. If you are facing any issues regarding the same, you can contact our helpline…
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    15 Feb 2014 | 9:50 pm
    We are giving away free Google Adwords coupon worth 10000$ in total to our dear readers and subscribers. These coupons will work throughout the world and can be used to advertise your business solutions. The Google Adwords will help increase the traffic and also marketing for your product if you as a business owner looks forward to make its rapid growth in short span of time. We are giving away a total worth $10000 coupons from our Website, in sponsorship with Google Inc. Coupons will be emailed to your given email address ranging worth from 50$ to 100$ randomly. If you are looking to grow…
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  • Perfect SEO type post: what you need to know?

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:37 am
    Content is one of the essential and beneficial components of any internet website. While seeking for the greatest impact, before publishing the author or the owner has to follow the main steps, which will allow creating a marvelous and the most important weighty content. Today I am going to talk about the perfect SEO type […]The post Perfect SEO type post: what you need to know? appeared first on Marketizze.
  • Does accurate SEO content may lead to incredible profit?

    3 Apr 2014 | 3:15 am
    Nowadays it is extremely easy to notice that internet marketing has advanced and improved in various aspects. I unbelievably admire people, who by putting personal effort and trying to reach their desired “top”, use all kind of available opportunities, such as SEO content to make sure that their success would be more than achievable. Today […]The post Does accurate SEO content may lead to incredible profit? appeared first on Marketizze.
  • How to choose the most suitable keywords for your online business?

    8 Mar 2014 | 2:32 am
    Creating a successful business without any doubts is incredibly hard and costly in aspect of time task. However, most of the people, who are trying or have already established their own companies, would definitely say that the process of building and producing something personal and unique is more passion than task, which may cause negative […]The post How to choose the most suitable keywords for your online business? appeared first on Marketizze.
  • Instant SEO Keywords Are Linking Traffic

    30 Dec 2013 | 12:58 am
    Internet has become much familiar for common man from early 90s and the search engine also similar aged but the first commercial search engines was started in the mid 90?s by Yahoo as their web directory in 1994 latter a few more were released such as, LookSmart in 1995, Ask Jeeves in 1997 and Alta […]The post Instant SEO Keywords Are Linking Traffic appeared first on Marketizze.
  • Social Networks and Levels of Connection between Users

    20 Dec 2013 | 7:19 am
    All those who invest their time working in the world of Social Media, technology or environment of marketing and advertising will agree that growing social networks, forms of communication and how it reaches people through tools direct, it is exceeding limits that not even the professionals know what they may face in a few years, […]The post Social Networks and Levels of Connection between Users appeared first on Marketizze.
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  • Perilous Pivots: When A Dream Meets Reality

    Cy Khormaee
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:26 am
    The post Perilous Pivots: When A Dream Meets Reality appeared first on HostGator Web Hosting Blog | Gator Crossing.Editors Note – Cy is a friend of HostGator, currently pursuing entrepreneurial dreams in Silicon Valley. We have asked him to share his adventures.  If you missed it see Part 1 The Spark: A Startup Is Born. Startups are inherently messy.  The media makes it appear as if home run successes happen on the first try.  In reality all progress is the result of founders careening for months between false fits and starts until they land on the idea that works.   Contastic’s…
  • Infographic: This Will Make You Feel Old

    Sean Valant
    14 Apr 2014 | 7:34 am
    The post Infographic: This Will Make You Feel Old appeared first on HostGator Web Hosting Blog | Gator Crossing.Every now and again a gentle reminder comes along to let us know that we’re just not as young as we used to be. That game system we played so much as child, or that toy that came out that we remember so vividly… oh, that was over 20 years ago, wow! Well, this infographic is one big reminder that yesterday was likely longer ago that we’d prefer it be.     This Will Make You Feel Old via HostGator web hosting
  • Heartbleed Bug

    Sean Valant
    10 Apr 2014 | 6:41 am
    The post Heartbleed Bug appeared first on HostGator Web Hosting Blog | Gator Crossing.You may have now heard of the “Heartbleed Bug.” Before we continue, we want to reassure you that if you are hosting on a HostGator shared or reseller server, that your server has already been patched. For everyone else, HostGator customer or not, we have created the following tool to assist you with determining whether or not your site is presently vulnerable and what further action to take, if necessary: Now, what exactly is the Heartbleed Bug? Technically…
  • Put Facebook to Work For Your Business

    Kyler Patterson
    8 Apr 2014 | 11:20 am
    The post Put Facebook to Work For Your Business appeared first on HostGator Web Hosting Blog | Gator Crossing. For small businesses, advertising and marketing is an expense that most don’t want to have to budget for. It’s costly and ineffective unless you know what you’re doing. Not all of us went to college for a Marketing Degree. Luckily, there are ways to bring the cost down and do it all from the comfort of home or office. For any small business online, you need to understand what SEO is and how to do it. Although SEO is a must and it is worth it, these results take time to deliver.
  • 15 Keys to Providing Customer Service Through Social Media

    Taylor Hawes
    7 Apr 2014 | 7:38 am
    The post 15 Keys to Providing Customer Service Through Social Media appeared first on HostGator Web Hosting Blog | Gator Crossing. Social media is great for connecting your business to your customers, and allowing them to have direct close access to you can be a boon for your brand image. However, unfettered access also means that more customers feel free to complain either directly or indirectly about companies through social media. In this media climate, it’s important to leverage your PR skills to positive effect, and here’s how.   Respond quickly Your customer turned to social…
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  • Online Virus Scan Free Website

    Adesanmi Adedotun
    18 Apr 2014 | 10:41 am
    Online virus scan is an online free service that let you scan your computer without necessarily needs to install any internet security software on your computer. Making your computer free from virus is the only way to enjoy your computer and this can be done with online virus scan without paying for any virus software…Read More Credits: This article (Online Virus Scan Free Website) is copyrighted to Adesanmi Adedotun who actively blogs at Adetechblog
  • 5 Simplest Ways to Fix Slow iOS 7 device

    Adesanmi Adedotun
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:32 am
    For any new operating system updates there is always some features that get users angry because of some bugs that needs to be corrected and the issue of iOS 7 cannot not be separated from this same issue. This problem can happen to any updates so don’t see the issue of iOS 7 as a…Read More Credits: This article (5 Simplest Ways to Fix Slow iOS 7 device) is copyrighted to Adesanmi Adedotun who actively blogs at Adetechblog
  • 5 Powerful Ways to Start Making Money Online

    Adesanmi Adedotun
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:16 am
    The recent influence of technology in human world is becoming amazing every day, turning thing around to bring comfort to human and supercharging their activities on the internet. Everybody is into making money scheme online this day, but how effective is it? Making money online is very much simple and there is no amount of…Read More Credits: This article (5 Powerful Ways to Start Making Money Online) is copyrighted to Adesanmi Adedotun who actively blogs at Adetechblog
  • How to Root New HTC One M8

    Adesanmi Adedotun
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:06 pm
    Chances are that for you to have deepen your hand into your pocket to purchased the new HTC One M8, in order to stay in vogue in the mobile world but to fully enjoy the new HTC One, the need to root your HTC One M8 is of great importance. In my previous post, I…Read More Credits: This article (How to Root New HTC One M8) is copyrighted to Adesanmi Adedotun who actively blogs at Adetechblog
  • Install GBA Emulator on New iOS 7

    Adesanmi Adedotun
    14 Apr 2014 | 1:37 am
    In my previous post, we discussed about iOS 7 Emulator on PC and list of Android ROMs you need to know if you are definitely going to give your Apple device a new look in an amazing way. However, if you followed the new iOS 7 update and probably you have updated your iPhone to…Read More Credits: This article (Install GBA Emulator on New iOS 7) is copyrighted to Adesanmi Adedotun who actively blogs at Adetechblog
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  • 12 Ways To Understand Your Audience (And Deliver Stellar Content)

    Luana Spinetti
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:25 am
    You’re a blogger with a hungry readership. Or a copywriter, with a pretty needy client. Or – why not? – A general content marketer who needs to sell a product to a target audience. No matter your role in the content creation chain, you know that you can’t get your message delivered without knowing your audience inside out first. In an ideal world, every reader finds our content interesting; real life is different — as writers, we need to earn the reader’s attention! Who is your audience, really? This article is meant to give you 12 ideas to understand what…
  • Web Hosting Uptime Review (April 2014)

    Jerry Low
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:46 am
    March – April 2014 is the month of 100% uptime. I have got two sites scoring 100% uptime (InMotion, WP Engine) for the past 30 days and 8 sites coming extremely close at above 99.95% uptime (Rose Hosting, SiteGround, FatCow, iPage, Media Temple, HostMonster, BlueHost, InMotion Hosting – shared hosting). Here goes the uptime chart for the Top 3 host in month March/April – InMotion (VPS), WP Engine, and Rose Hosting. #1 InMotion Hosting (VPS-2000) – 100% Uptime InMotion Hosting Uptime Score (March – April 2014): 100% Based in both Carlifonia and Virginia, InMotion…
  • How to Recycle your Blog Content

    Jerry Low
    14 Apr 2014 | 11:32 pm
    I don’t mean to shoot myself in the foot, but this topic is just too important not to address. Besides, “going green” continues to be increasingly important in our society – and recycling is a cornerstone of green living. And what’s more green than online recycling? No trash! Don’t trash a great idea or discard one just because you wrote something similar. Some topics just deserve to be revisited – it’s that simple. Save your sanity and save the world one blog post at a time – with recycled content. Why Recycle? Recycling content isn’t so much about being lazy or not…
  • Network Solutions Review

    Jerry Low
    13 Apr 2014 | 10:09 pm
    Established in 1979, Network Solutions was one of the first companies to launch in the DNS registry business. Though it started out as a technology consulting company focused primarily on systems programming services, the company quickly grew and expanded into other areas, IPO-ing in 1997. Over the years, this Washington, D.C. metro area organization has withstood numerous acquisitions, including the most recent acquisition in 2011 by, a takeover that cost $405 million and 18 million shares. Network Solution’s Service at a Glance Though Network Solutions is most known for its domain…
  • Graphics is Not My Thing: Part 2: Editing

    Gina Badalaty
    11 Apr 2014 | 8:48 am
    Last time, I shared simple steps on how you can improve taking photos, especially if you have a blog or website centered around product reviews, your family or travel. This week, we’ll tackle basic editing, a must-do step that will help get your photos noticed on Pinterest, Instagram and across social media. Before we start, you must own an editing program. This is not an option. Your camera’s software probably offers only limited editing options. There are many cost-effective offline options that are worth investigating that run the gamut from free to high end. I recommend you avoid…
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  • Heaven is for Real — Christian Movie Review!

    Kevin Ott
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:02 am
    Heaven is for Real — Christian Movie Review! Heaven is for Real is based on the true story — as told by the bestselling book of the same name — of Colton Burpo who visited Heaven while unconscious during an emergency surgery in which he almost died. So far, Heaven is for Real has 54% positive ratings among all major movie critics. That’s better than many Hollywood big budget flicks. Of the critics who didn’t like it, one complained that it was a movie “by Christians, for Christians.” That particular critic must think that most movies don’t…
  • Framing Hanley’s Chris Vest Talks about the New Album “The Sum of Who We Are”!

    Josh Belcher
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:45 pm
    Framing Hanley’s Chris Vest Talks about the New Album “The Sum of Who We Are”! One of middle Tennessee’s best hard hitting rock bands is getting ready for a big month in April. They have announced that they will release their third album, titled The Sum of Who We Are (Imagen Records) on April 29th, 2014. The band started a project to fund the recording of the album. It is completely fan-funded, with over $60,691.00 pledged to help Framing Hanley successfully record their new album. Learn more about it here! In many circles, Framing Hanley has been…
  • Tichina Arnold Talks about Her New Movie with Whoopi Goldberg!

    Kevin Ott
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:20 pm
    Hollywood Star Tichina Arnold Talks about… Her New Movie with Whoopi Goldberg! There’s a fantastic new movie airing on Lifetime this weekend called A Day Late and a Dollar Short, the movie adaptation of the popular book by Terry McMillan. Whoopi Goldberg produced the film and stars in the lead role, and it includes such luminous Hollywood veterans as Tichina Arnold, Ving Rhames, Mekhi Phifer, Anika Noni Rose, and Kimberly Elise. Stephen Tolkin directs the film, which tells the story of “[the] irascible matriarch Viola Price,” who, according to the film’s official…
  • Gary Busey Tells the Story Behind his Amazon Fire TV Commercial

    Josh Belcher
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:38 am
    Gary Busey Tells the Story Behind his… Amazon Fire TV Commercial! I had the distinct honor to chat with Gary Busey fresh off the heels of his brand new Amazon Fire commercial. Gary Busey is a very brilliant actor — just don’t call him an A+ actor because as Gary jokingly explained to me, “A+ is how they grade meat; I am not a piece of meat!” Very funny and quick-witted — I enjoyed our interview immensely. And you’ll want to read through to the very end because there’s a true story there that shows why Gary is one of the coolest human beings…
  • Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo of “Private Lives of Nashville Wives” Interview!

    Josh Belcher
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:04 am
    Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo of “Private Lives of Nashville Wives” Interview! To me there is nothing more interesting than discussing faith, family, and music with two feisty blonde Cuban-American entrepreneurs who also happen to be twin sisters. They were born only one minute apart,  and they are the stars of the popular TNT reality drama show Private Lives of Nashville Wives: Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo. They had me laughing during the entire interview. We discussed the challenges of being on a show that interacts with the private and personal lives of some of…
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  • SocialSpark IZEA MEDIA Adnetwork Review

    16 Apr 2014 | 11:13 am
    If there is one thing that you need to be sure of in terms of displaying advertising networks in your blog, it should be their attitude of paying. Let us be honest, we are often frustrated with someone who will get to require us to spend lots of time working but not giving any payment in the end. Your greatest motivation in patronizing a particular advertising network is when it pays. And it
  • How to Add Subscription Box for Blogger Blogs Powered by Feedburner

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:51 am
    Based on my experience, a Subscription Email form or Subscription Box is a widget that is more important compared to RSS feed icon itself because of the fact that people love to receive your post updates in their email inboxes rather than viewing your RSS feed. So make sure to make your Email From as eye appealing and eye catching as possible to attract more readers. On this article I will
  • How to Set Up your RSS Feed for Blogger Blog or Any Website

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:42 am
    The easiest way to receive latest posts from your favorite blogs is to subscribe to their RSS feed readers such as Google Reader, Bloglines, NetVibes, and etc. This has been a practice of so many bloggers around the world who have dedicated their time to organize their blogs. RSS simply means Really Simple Syndication, for it retrieves the latest content posted from the sites you are
  • Tips to Increase Blog Traffic via Facebook Fanpage and Group

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:37 am
    Facebook is estimated to have more than 2 Billion users for this year 2014 from sources that can be found on Google, this is not impossible. With my calculation, 95% of businesses all over the world use Facebook to promote their businesses online. On this article I will be discussing to you my Tips to increase your blog traffic using Facebook, specially via Facebook fan pages and Facebook
  • Things to Avoid About Using Facebook as Traffic source of your Blog

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:26 am
    Facebook Fan page, Facebook Group and Facebook Wall I discussed Tips to increase your blog traffic using Facebook, specially via Facebook fan page and Facebook group on my previous article but on this article I will be discussing the Things to Avoid About Using Facebook as Traffic source of your Blog. I understand your desire to drive thousands of visitors on your blog and there is nothing
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  • Use RSS To Promote Your Blog

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:15 am
    RSS  stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a great way to promote your blog and drive traffic to you blog by publishing and distributing syndicated content online. RSS is used by many bloggers and business and if you do not use RSS feed for blog promotion you are missing out on a great method […]Use RSS To Promote Your Blog is a post from: Online Money Making 4 All
  • 4 Ways How To Make Money On Facebook

    11 Apr 2014 | 8:06 am
    One of the easiest ways to make money online is by doing something you are already doing every day, spending time on Facebook. Facebook is the largest social network in the world and there are hundreds of millions of people that have account on Facebook. People log in their Facebook accounts every day to have […]4 Ways How To Make Money On Facebook is a post from: Online Money Making 4 All
  • How To Find Profitable Online Business Opportunities

    3 Apr 2014 | 7:39 am
    Many people dream of not waking up every morning and traveling at work, instead they dream of work from home and making a living without leaving their house.  Making a living from the comfort of your home is possible only with hard work, determination and will to learn new things. If you are a person […]How To Find Profitable Online Business Opportunities is a post from: Online Money Making 4 All
  • 6 Blogging Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

    26 Mar 2014 | 12:36 pm
    There are probably millions of blogs on internet and thousands of new are started each day. There are many reasons why blogs are created. They can be created with a purpose  to connect with people with similar interests, spread ideas online, have fun writing about things you like or simply to make money with a […]6 Blogging Mistakes And How To Avoid Them is a post from: Online Money Making 4 All
  • How To Sell Anything Online

    19 Mar 2014 | 11:11 am
    Millions of people from all over the world are using internet for shopping. The number of online shoppers is increasing every day. Because of these the number of businesses that sell their products online is always on the rise as well as older business that are extending their businesse online. Today you don’t need any  […]How To Sell Anything Online is a post from: Online Money Making 4 All
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  • What is VAPI-XP Test in HP Quality Center?

    NaveenKumar N
    13 Apr 2014 | 12:34 am
    Recently I got a chance to integrate CA LISA with HP Quality Center. Though there are numerous open source test management tools available, few organizations would prefer to have HP ALM (Application Life Cycle) formerly known as Quality Center (QC).… Continue Reading → The post What is VAPI-XP Test in HP Quality Center? appeared first on QAInsights.
  • What to focus after the automation tool is in place?

    Prashant Chambakara
    1 Apr 2014 | 4:52 am
    Developing a piece of software or application that fulfills customers’ diverse needs & deeds without any bug or error is always a daunting task. A detailed testing becomes critical in order to ensure the success of an application or a… Continue Reading → The post What to focus after the automation tool is in place? appeared first on QAInsights.
  • HP LoadRunner 12 Tools

    NaveenKumar N
    28 Mar 2014 | 1:55 am
    I hope you would have read my earlier posts on HP LoadRunner 12 and HP UFT release. Currently, I am in the process of testing HP LoadRunner 12 on my personal laptop. Last week I spent around 50+ minutes to… Continue Reading → The post HP LoadRunner 12 Tools appeared first on QAInsights.
  • HP Unified Functional Testing 12 Released

    NaveenKumar N
    19 Mar 2014 | 10:37 pm
    Last week HP released critical patch update for HP Unified Functional Testing (formerly known as HP QTP) running on Windows OS. This vulnerability remotely exploit by executing the arbitrary code. This vulnerability can be fixed by upgrading HP UFT to… Continue Reading → The post HP Unified Functional Testing 12 Released appeared first on QAInsights.
  • HP LoadRunner 12 and HP Performance Center 12 Released

    NaveenKumar N
    18 Mar 2014 | 7:35 am
    March 17, 2014: HP released its most anticipated, revamped, and packed with awesome features for performance testing, HP LoadRunner 12 and HP Performance Center 12. I have not got chance to test LoadRunner 12 Beta, but I would like to… Continue Reading → The post HP LoadRunner 12 and HP Performance Center 12 Released appeared first on QAInsights.
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  • Hootsuite Vs Buffer: What’s The Best Social Media Management Tool?

    Richard Adams
    8 Apr 2014 | 4:56 am
    Hootsuite and Buffer represent two of the most popular social media management tools around that at face value seem to have very similar functionality. They aim to make your social media marketing easier, more efficient and easier to analyze. They’re also similarly priced and each boast thousands of satisfied users. But dig a little deeper and you’ll discover that they’re rather different tools. Each have their own strengths and weaknesses making it no easy task to select a winner in the ongoing Hootsuite vs Buffer argument. And that’s a battle I want to try and solve…
  • Best Blogging Tips: April 2014 Edition

    Richard Adams
    31 Mar 2014 | 3:45 am
    Another month has flown by in the blink of an eye. Is it just me or do they seem to go quicker all the time?! Over the course of the last month I’ve been working on some juicy content for Tech Toucan as well as preparing to launch a couple more niche sites/blogs (more to follow on these shortly). Keep your eyes peeled for some good stuff coming your way soon. But it’s also been a great month when it comes to the bloggosphere in general and I’ve been blown away with some of the blogging-related articles I’ve come across recently. Consquently I wanted to highlight some…
  • SocialAdr Review & Case Study: Easy Social Media Links Or Waste Of Time?

    Richard Adams
    18 Mar 2014 | 7:47 am
    SocialAdr is a simple link-building service that focuses on social bookmarking. In essence, the site boasts thousands of members, each with their own social bookmarking accounts. You submit your site to the service and hundreds of real people – with real, unique social bookmarking accounts – then bookmark your site for you. The theory is that over time these “footprint-free” links submitted by real people will drive your site up the search engines and increase your traffic. But does it really work? It certainly builds links, but we all know that overall social…
  • The Bloggers Cartel: How To Network Your Way To Success

    Richard Adams
    10 Mar 2014 | 7:03 am
    What’s the single most important trait that differentiates successful blogs from the “wannabe’s”? I would suggest that the answer is that the top blogs in any given niche are surrounded by a passionate and supportive network of readers, friends and fellow bloggers. This makes perfect sense of course – having your own network ensures you’ll have people leaving comments on your posts and spreading the word about your content through social media. Pick your network well and you can even gain an “insiders view” of what is working for other bloggers…
  • Best Blogging Tips: March 2014 Edition

    Richard Adams
    5 Mar 2014 | 12:00 am
    With over 200 blog subscriptions in addition all the content I see on Twitter and Facebook I end up reading a lot each month. While much of it is high quality and enjoyable to read, each month I find there are a handful of “stand-out” articles. These are the most actionable, interesting, useful and high quality pieces of content I’ve come across and I believe they’re worthy of sharing with as many people as possible. So, in order to point you towards some of the very best content on blogging, social media, SEO and website promotion published recently – as well…
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  • Old Hat Marketing Techniques

    Andrew Schneider
    1 Apr 2014 | 10:51 pm
    Spam emails have a lot to answer for; apart from being irritating in the extreme they’ve done severe damage to the reputation of the marketing email. Today, many online marketing experts will focus more on link building, SEO, social network marketing than on this ‘traditional’ method. While there is nothing at all wrong with this, and your online marketing should include a rounded selection of all of these efforts, email marketing shouldn’t be overlooked and, in many ways, it can be one of the most effective ways to create sales.The Most Common DMThanks to spammers it’s fair to…
  • We All Have to Start Somewhere – A Beginners Guide to Starting a Small Online Business

    George Brandon
    1 Apr 2014 | 10:36 pm
    At some point we have all had that idea we think could net us a fortune if we only had the time to devote to it. Until recently, the idea of taking that idea, starting a business from home and sitting back to watch the cash roll in would have seemed completely ludicrous, but with the advent of the internet-age, billions are being made every year by online businesses. Take global retail giant Amazon, for example; a retail company that operates a multi-billion dollar business without owning a single high-street store. This success simply wouldn’t have been possible in the day when…
  • Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Learn English as a Second Language

    Usama Wahid
    8 Mar 2014 | 7:08 am
    The best time for someone to learn a second language is when they are young. It is typically easier to learn at a young age and you retain more. However, there is no reason why you should be discouraged from learning a second language as an older student. For those who do not consider English as their first language and who do not know it already, it’s never too late. English as a second language can open up a lot of opportunities that you never thought possible.Succeed in Your CareerIf you are looking to get a job in a country that speaks predominantly English, or you have to…
  • Best Blogging Tips for Business Phone Systems

    Melody Cleo
    7 Mar 2014 | 3:00 am
    · Have a blogging site that is cheap to manageIn the event that you are finding to situate a well and easily managed blogging site, then you are most likely to be well mindful of expense that could be included in it, you need to resolve a great approach to set up a polished looking blogging site without fundamentally needing to use heaps of money on it. The great news for you is that you don’t even need to use many dollars to purchase the most recent and most elevated overhauled phone system to get something up and running that could work well and furnish you with simply what you…
  • What do I Need to Keep in Mind when Designing My Website?

    Usama Wahid
    7 Mar 2014 | 12:50 am
    Got yourself a website, huh? Well, good for you. Having a website in today’s world is the only way to really be recognized and make a name for yourself, whether you’re an artist, business owner, or just looking to take advantage of having an online presence to reach the nearly one billion estimated internet users out there, all over the world.However, it’s not quite as simple as simply renting the domain name and finding the right web hosting company. As with most things in life, looks are everything. In the world of websites, you really can tell a book by its cover. And believe us,…
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  • 30+ Google AdSense Alternatives You Didn’t Know [Make Money Blogging]

    Mahesh Mohan
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    First Published: July 22, 2012; Last Updated: Monday, April 14, 2014 Google AdSense is undoubtedly the best advertising network out there that follows a pay-per-click advertising model. When Google AdSense was first launched they were accepting almost all websites with over 100 content rich pages and that comply with their basic program policies. So almost anyone was able to get an AdSense account (even with scraped content) in less than a week or two. But today, your website must not only comply with Google AdSense Program Policies but must also comply with Google Webmaster Guidelines. It…
  • Make Money Writing Articles: Top 25 Sites That Pay Upfront For Your Content

    Mahesh Mohan
    8 Apr 2014 | 9:20 am
    First Published: June 25, 2012; Last Updated: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 Freelance Writing is one of the best way to make money online from home and you don’t even need a website to get started. That said, if you own a blog (or even a portfolio website) then it gives you instant credibility and a lot more exposure because you will be able to showcase your skills and your portfolio. Read: The Freelance Writer’s Handbook – 61+ Tips, Resources & Guides If you check any of the Freelance sites (eLance, oDesk, Freelancer etc.) then you can see that Content Writing (Article Writing, Blog…
  • The Freelance Writer’s Handbook – 61+ Tips, Resources & Guides

    Mahesh Mohan
    4 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    Image Credit: Flickr If you’re good at writing then you can become a freelance writer and make money out of it. But if you’re totally new to freelancing then you may be confused about where to start and that’s the reason why I’m writing this blog post. My goal is to organize some of the best resources for freelance writers to help you kick-start your freelance writing career or to make you a better writer and make more money out of it. Freelance Writing For Beginners Here I’m featuring some blog posts that I find useful for beginners or those willing to work as freelance…
  • 13 Digital Media Resources That You Don’t Want To Miss [April 4, 2014]

    Mahesh Mohan
    4 Apr 2014 | 7:20 am
    Minteresting Friday is a digital media mashup by Minterest that compiles the finest Blogging, Internet Marketing, Social Media, Tech, and Web 2.0 resources that you don’t want to miss. My Picks – #Tech #Inspiration A Cloud For Everyone, On Every Device @ TechNet How The iPhone Was Created By A ‘Cluster of Assholes’ @ Cult Of Mac 15 Things Highly Focused People Don’t Do @ Lifehack Blogging – #Tips How Long Should Each Blog Post Be? A Data Driven Answer @ Quick Sprout How I Cut My Writing Time From 2 Days To 4 Hours @ Buffer Internet Marketing – #Content YouTube Reveals The Secret…
  • Make Money Online: 101 Websites For Anyone And Everyone

    Mahesh Mohan
    2 Apr 2014 | 9:20 am
    First Published: October 15, 2013; Last Updated: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 If you’re a blogger or a internet marketer or even a beginner then you already know that it’s POSSIBLE to make money online. And what’s interesting about it is that, there are a lot of ways to make money online – from selling ads, e-books, affiliate marketing, freelance writing, podcasting, consulting, designing, coding, etc. So I’m going to highlight some of those online income streams but don’t expect overnight success because creating an income stream requires a lot of work and patience. But…
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    Elkees Media

  • Screen Capture Software Free Download – Evernote Skitch

    17 Apr 2014 | 4:37 am
    EverNote Skitch is a free screen capture software available for Android based devices, Apple devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch), Windows computer and MAC OS X. Skitch by EverNote is one of the most popular screen capture software for windows PC and Apple Mac. So download a copy today for your computer at unbelievable price – $0. Yes, EverNote Skitch is 100% free of cost Earlier we have posted about best online tool to crop and resize your images, you may also go through this post to learn how a webapp helps you to crop and resize images quickly. EverNote Skitch is very simple screen…
  • Set Clock Time as Your Android Pin Lock Code – TimePIN

    15 Apr 2014 | 11:55 pm
    TimePin adds an extra security level to your android smart phones and protect your android devices from unauthorized uses. It helps you to set your clock time as your android pin lock code so that no one can get access into your device. Free download TimePin app on your android mobile phone and secure your device from greedy eyes. There are many other security apps for android available on the market to secure your android devices with pattern lock, pin lock, etc, however there’s still not guarantee that other person cannot guess your secret pin code. Also see: Use Android Phone as a…
  • Top 10 Internet Based Companies in the World

    12 Apr 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Hello readers, today we are sharing about top 10 internet companies in the world. In this article you will see top ten list of world’s largest internet based companies or businesses by their global ranking and monthly unique visitors in 2014. Look upon top ten largest internet companies that are generating more and more revenue other than offline companies of the world. Top 10 Internet Companies in the World 1. is the largest internet related services and products provider in the world including Search Engine, Cloud Computing, Online Advertising, etc. Google has #1 alexa…
  • How to Automatically Increase Facebook Page Likes

    11 Apr 2014 | 2:41 pm
    Earlier I have posted on how to increase facebook likes for free using webpage script and today I am introducing you about a cool online tool that will help you to increase facebook page likes automatically without using any third-party app, webpage script or API coding. Facebook is one of the most popular social networking site in the world. Its global rank is 2 @alexa and to keep on the web market, you must have your own facebook fan page. A facebook fan page plays an important role in building traffic as well as backlinks to your site and to do so, you should have more n more facebook page…
  • Add Beautiful Borders Around Your Images Using CSS Code

    10 Apr 2014 | 11:07 pm
    Not familiar with Photoshop or any other photo editors to style your images? Learn how to add beautiful subtle borders around your images/photos with drop shadows using CSS code just similar to Pinterest pins. This CSS code will add a subtle border around your pictures, photos and images with drop shadows effects. Also see: Automatically Change BlogSpot Background Colors. If you are a blogger or web designer, then you may know the importance of images on a webpage. Well, images on webpages make website more beautiful and attractive. It gives good impression to the website visitors and attract…
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    Ozo Okonkwo's Blog


    9 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    A typical Meta4 trading windowOne hot afternoon, while I was having a nap, as I waited for a phone call that was to announce the right time for a meeting I had scheduled for that day, my friend Emeka burst into the room all excited. He was good at coming up with interesting business ideas that often ended up not working out as speculated. Seeing him in that mood, I cleared my eyes and waited to hear the latest proposition. It was that the business my friend came with that day was that of forex trading. Before then, I had scathingly heard of that form of business to be engaged in over the…

    7 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Nigeria emerged the largest economy in Africa over the weekend. This was after it rebased its economy for the first time since 1990. In the rebasing process, it factored in some none oil aspects of its economy like the unorganised sector of the economy, the telecommunication industry; which has really thrived so well in the country, the music industry and of course its performing partner dubbed the Nollywood. When the news of its increased GDP level that afforded it the opportunity of becoming the largest economy in Africa filtered out, it was greeted by mixed feeling from most Nigerians. To…

    5 Apr 2014 | 12:18 pm
    Posters, such as this, can be seen all over our cities.NEWS: The pastor of a church located in a suburb of Lagos state has been arrested by the Nigerian police for colliding with a friend of his to defraud members of his church. When their case was brought up before a magistrate court in the state, both of the men pleaded not guilty to the count of intentional defraud act that was labelled against them. As I am writing this article, the pastor and his friend are still under the police custody as they have failed to meet the conditions of the bail granted them.It all began when the pastor,…

    1 Apr 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Biafran soldiers shortly before the famous Abagana onslaughtI came to know the man we simply referred to as De Calimbo as a small boy attending a primary school located behind his house in my home town. He was above six foot in height and walked with a slight limp. His face was always contorted in a manner that portrayed a mean character when seen from afar, but on closer contact, the opposite became the case. He was a refined gentleman, with an ever amiable disposition and air of confidence about him. He was firm in his decisions though, and a strict disciplinarian.I became friendly with him…

    28 Mar 2014 | 11:33 pm
    Woman with snoring partnerAll my life till a few months ago, I never had any experience of snoring. Then suddenly, one of my cousins who came to stay with me complained that I was snoring. The relationship between myself and this cousin of mine could best be defined as that enjoyed by cat and dog. For no reason neither I nor he could lay our hands on, we had this penchant for not agreeing with each other right from childhood. And yet, we manage to get along as the best of cousins.   So, with the complain coming from him, I did not believe it and we quarrelled. But when after a few…
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    The Forgotten Bloggers

  • Neischa in 2013…

    18 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Much like 2012, 2013 was full of moments I would rather not have happening again…It was such a slow year!! I was glad it ended…and grateful that I was alive! As time passes we rarely look back and appreciate what actually worked and went well…. Hope you enjoy my very late year list! Highlight of the […]
  • Can We Still Have Role Models?

    17 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    Role models are seen perfect people. But these days, the line between perfect and imperfect is not so clear anymore. Don't believe me, ask Oscar Pistorius.
  • The Meme Generation

    16 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    We don’t realize this, but we tend to use these memes in our daily lives. Every emotion or action can be described as a meme...and I for one am delighted about this. I love giving emotion a face, if it is Samuel L Jackson for anger or Overly Attached girl for 'clinginess'…all my emotions are shared in memes.
  • Non-Review: Her

    Edson Chilundo
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Even though historically, both genders have engaged in multiple relationships simultaneously. Granted, these were mostly physical in nature. So, it’s not a far cry that an AI is polyamorous by ‘nature’. They're made in our image.
  • Do I look fat this this?

    14 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    Fat-shaming is considered a normal reaction today and fat people are the new-age ‘other’. You can notice it when the media drains its claws in Girls star Lena Dunham every time she’s semi-naked on screen. It’s no big deal when the actresses are tall and in shape. There are countless media accounts that are dubbing Dunham’s body as “funny” and “awkward” and goes with the idea that “But why does she have to be nude?”
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  • Status of Mortaevum Chapter 11

    17 Apr 2014 | 7:45 pm
    Hello guys, girls and whoever might read this!I just wanted to give you a little status update on the newest chapter of Mortaevum, since I barely post anything else on here. But I'm also busy writing reviews on my german blog, so that does get in the way of any meaningful updates. I do post these on Twitter quite often, though. I switch from German to English all the time, but it's mostly English now.So if you're interested in these updates it would be good to follow me on Twitter.Anyway, since chapter 11, which is titled "Defying the Prophecy", is the finale of the current story arc I want…
  • Carcerus Published On Amazon

    13 Apr 2014 | 5:15 pm
    I already mentioned that I will release a short story anthology, which will contain the stories I've already published on my blog as well as a few stories that I will not post publicly.But yesterday I decided to release at least one of the stories by itself, even though a price of $0,99 isn't that useful as it only pays 35% instead of 70% and I'm still waiting for my US tax number so I can get rid of the aditional 30% tax.Anyway, the title already says that he story I've chosen is Carcerus, as it has already received a good edit. You can continue to read the original story for free if you…
  • A Decaying World - Chapter 10: Calm Before The Storm

    10 Apr 2014 | 8:42 pm
    And here's chapter 10 of A Decaying World. It's a short one this time, with only about 5k words. I suppose it could have been longer, but I saw no reason to waste unnecessary time. You can disagree, of course. It's just a draft after all. The next chapter might turn out to be one of the longest, as it will be the finale of the first story arc, although there's still another chapter after that, at least if the plan remains as it is right now. Chapter 10: Calm Before The StormThey scoured the smoldering crater for about an hour to retrieve Drake's sword. It would have taken much longer if…
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    Hobby to HOT!

  • 1 Simple Strategy to Boost Your Blogging Confidence

    Bonnie Andrews
    30 Mar 2014 | 6:15 am
    Hey ya’ll! And welcome to this week’s Hobby to HOT! Sweet Spot. A a few years ago, a video called “Jessica’s daily affirmation” went viral...The post 1 Simple Strategy to Boost Your Blogging Confidence appeared first on Hobby to HOT!.
  • The #1 Way to Rock Your Blog and Get Serious About Making a Full-time Income

    Bonnie Andrews
    17 Mar 2014 | 11:11 am
    Are you ready to turn your blog into a full-time or part-time income generating business? Are you tired of hobby blogging and making a few hundred dollars here and there? Are you ready to turn on the heat and rock your blog? The post The #1 Way to Rock Your Blog and Get Serious About Making a Full-time Income appeared first on Hobby to HOT!.
  • Blogging Demographics Are Dead! {Did You Miss the Memo?}

    Bonnie Andrews
    16 Mar 2014 | 2:05 am
    Are you spending your time in the right place? Are you writing the right content? Is your blog making money? Are you getting as much traffic as you want? If your not happy with the answers to any of these questions, today's video is just for you!The post Blogging Demographics Are Dead! {Did You Miss the Memo?} appeared first on Hobby to HOT!.
  • 19 Powerful Tips to Make ‘Working from Home’ Work for YOU! [Infographic]

    Bonnie Andrews
    10 Mar 2014 | 2:30 am
    I’ve worked from home full-time and part-time for almost a decade and I LOVE IT!The post 19 Powerful Tips to Make ‘Working from Home’ Work for YOU! [Infographic] appeared first on Hobby to HOT!.
  • Is Your Blog Making Money? Maybe Your Focus Needs an Adjustment…

    Bonnie Andrews
    9 Mar 2014 | 1:32 am
    You want to know why I talk so much about how to make money blogging? Because it's a question I get asked all the time - how do you do it? This little video is my ultimate answer... Enjoy!The post Is Your Blog Making Money? Maybe Your Focus Needs an Adjustment… appeared first on Hobby to HOT!.
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    WhatsUp Markets

  • iPhone 6 – Apple’s best smartphone to arrive in two screen sizes

    18 Apr 2014 | 10:40 am
    Reports claim that Apple is planning production of top smartphone iPhone 6 in two distinct screen sizes The hype over features and release dates of the next iPhone 6, flagship smartphone from Apple, scales new heights every week. Absence of any kind of official confirmation from Apple on iPhone 6 is not deterring many from ...

    14 Apr 2014 | 6:08 pm
    A HEALTHY BREASTFEEDING DIET IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE WELFARE OF YOU AND YOUR NEWBORN   Breastfeeding diet norms Breastfeeding diet maintenance is just as important as pregnancy diets. After making many changes to your diet because of pregnancy, most new mothers should understand that they shouldn’t go back to their old ways just because the ...

    14 Apr 2014 | 4:09 pm
    PREGNANCY EXERCISE HELPS TO IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL ANTENATAL AND POSTNATAL HEALTH Pregnancy exercise – the benefits Exercising during pregnancy benefits a woman greatly. It is an important part of having a healthy pregnancy and also helps in weight loss after delivery.  Pregnancy exercise also helps in improvement of posture, decrease in backaches and also, prevention ...
  • Acer Iconia A1 830 – value for money tablet for budget users

    8 Apr 2014 | 9:48 am
    Well built Android tablet, Acer Iconia A1 830, has simple specs and works well under light load conditions Recently, Acer announced a more powerful and improved version of its budget tablet – Acer Iconia A1 830. With inclusion of this new tablet, Acer offers a wide variety of tablets. While laptop sales are receding, it ...
  • Nokia Lumia 930 – best Windows 8.1 phone so far

    7 Apr 2014 | 9:26 am
    Nokia gets the right balance of power and aesthetics in Lumia 930. Competition for top phone gets tougher. In line with the continuing legacy of Lumia phones, Nokia unveiled its flagship Smartphone on Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Stephen Elop, executive vice president of Nokia’s Devices & Services described the release as “the best of Lumia ...
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  • 10 Tips for Finding the Best WordPress Hosting

    22 Mar 2014 | 11:58 pm
    WordPress is a very popular content management system which is why there are a lot of hosts that specialize in WordPress. This is handy for you because it means technical problems are going to be less of an issue. Still, you do want to find a good host. Unless you are using Blogger and use […] The post 10 Tips for Finding the Best WordPress Hosting appeared first on .
  • Winner Announced

    20 Mar 2014 | 8:59 am
    Congrats to all three winners. Contact to within 24 hours to claim your prize. All details will be send though email. Thanks for all participate. This contest starts from midnight IST 00:00 08/FEB/2014 to IST 11:59PM 9/March/2014. Entries who earned points within time is valid for contest win. Before or after every entry and […] The post Winner Announced appeared first on .
  • Why You Should Use Data Integration Tools

    7 Mar 2014 | 12:46 am
    Big data has become a big deal in today’s tech-savvy business world. The collection and targeted use of countless bits of information about shoppers, employees and facilities has been proven as a powerful tool for increasing efficiency, productivity and sales. Who Uses Big Data? Practically every type of business, large or small, can benefit from […] The post Why You Should Use Data Integration Tools appeared first on .
  • Know How to Value the Link Power from a Certain Website

    5 Mar 2014 | 10:35 pm
    Link building is still part and partial of successful search engine optimization, because back-link provide is still one of the most valued metrics Google and other search engine use to rank websites. There are lots of ways to get back-links: Submitting articles to quality article directories Writing guest post articles for blogs in your niche […] The post Know How to Value the Link Power from a Certain Website appeared first on .
  • Colours & Web Design – What Are The Right Colours To Use & Why

    1 Mar 2014 | 10:04 pm
    Any time you plan to launch a website, whether for personal or business purposes, ensuring you implement the right colours into the actual site is essential. Choosing colours wisely for a website can ultimately mean the difference between gaining traction and visitors and turning those who view your site away. Understanding how to choose the […] The post Colours & Web Design – What Are The Right Colours To Use & Why appeared first on .
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  • How to write blogs for SEO? Tips for a great blogger

    Raghav Thakur
    29 Mar 2014 | 6:48 am
    Everyone around the Web world is using SEO as a great tool to empower their site and make it come in the search results everyday, leading it directly to great visitor count and indefinitely generating revenue from the same. Writing blog posts for Search Optimization has become a trend in our everyday blogging life, but here are two things you can do about your content and obviously to your optimization strategy. 1. Writing Great Articles that comply with Search Algorithms & 2.  Doing On-Site SEO, which actually makes sense There are 5 basic rules you should stick while writing articles…
  • Creating Good Content with Better ways

    Raghav Thakur
    26 Mar 2014 | 8:04 am
    Did anyone ever notice, why internet has become an addiction to every one of us, or why do we need to be always connected to it? The simple answer is information. Information that is available, easy to access and most of the times valuable to that current moment. Internet is increasingly becoming a place where you could actually make people wander off for hours to spend and still there will be a will to come back again, for example many of the offices have banned the use of Facebook or Twitter in their offices to make people work efficiently. But none-the-less they somehow access the only…
  • 5 Reason behind your unsuccessful blog

    Raghav Thakur
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:40 am
    Admit it! You are somehow responsible for your blog’s failure and you will not succeed until you do something about “YOURSELF”. There are numerous things that let you down, and directly put your blog in harm’s way, for starters let me point them out five of them for you. 1)      You spend time researching, but not doing. You are always on internet searching for different niche categories related to your blog, you spent plenty of time to explore and write about them in your blog. Even find ways to promote your blog online, but think! Do you really apply anyone on your blog/ or…
  • With the fall of My Blog Guest, is Guest Blogging Dead or still dying?

    Raghav Thakur
    21 Mar 2014 | 9:20 am
    SEO industry was rattled last day when Matt Cutts openly said that guest blogging is “Decaying” in his blog post “The decay and fall of guest blogging for SEO He clearly says that guest blogging is a nice way to earn good reputation, but clearly spammy sites are using it for wrong reasons and now it has come to this that Matt Cutts had to point out that cheap guest blogging techniques will have to stop and real user useful data will be considered as a top priority. In the video, he says that Google will respond to people who are somehow abusing Google Page Rank factors by increasing…
  • Which free blogging platform should you use?

    Raghav Thakur
    21 Mar 2014 | 6:04 am
    There are hundreds of free blogging platforms that you could use, but to start with I will identify only 4 well known sites to continue. Reason is simple, they are well known and their working dashboards are easy to use and learn. Blogger/Blogspot WordPress Tumblr All of the above platforms are widely known and are being used by many authors in their everyday life, let’s just know a few things about all four of them. Blogger: It is the most basic platform, with only important things added to its dashboard. Many of the bloggers have started their blogging career with the same…
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    Your Dream Blog

  • Blog Based Interviews should be Creative for Best Results

    18 Apr 2014 | 10:02 am
    Blog based interviews are great types of articles to share on your blog to further assist the niche that you are writing for. Blog based interviews can target key players and experts of your niche and help to further inform the market groups that are following your niche.   Don’t post the standards of blog based interviews, be unique!   I was recently interviewed for my work in managing forums and writing blogs by and they provided a fairly unique method on interviewing me. I really took a hard look at it and realized it could be a perfect method for submitting…
  • SEO Friendly: Balancing SEO Content and Real Content on Your Blog

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:43 am
    Being SEO Friendly on a blog is a great example of a double edged sword. One side can save you but the other side can cut you. Being SEO friendly on your blog can increase you ranking on search engines however, if you are too SEO friendly, it can turn off your readers because the content will look fake. Most non-webmaster type internet users still haven’t a clue what SEO friendly content is but they can tell what is fake and not fake these days.   Being SEO Friendly isn’t always the right answer for blog content creation!   In order to be successful with your blog and SEO…
  • Active Blogging Guide: How to Stay Active When you start to Slack on Blogging

    15 Apr 2014 | 9:45 am
    Active blogging is something we bloggers hope to always be able to accomplish on our blogs. You launch your blog, post on it daily and have plenty of ideas to keep it healthy and strong throughout the course of its existence. Then all of a sudden, reality hits you and you start to slack on your blogging activities. Sooner or later, you are not posting as much as you used to and catching back up to your normal speed feels overwhelming.   You haven’t lost your active blogging routine forever so don’t sweat it!   This happens to a lot of bloggers, not just you! It happened…
  • 5 Easy Ways to get more Comments on Your Blog

    11 Apr 2014 | 10:18 am
    We sometimes spend hours and hours and even days and days writing our blog posts for the World Wide Web to see. You work so hard perfecting your brand new fresh and unique blog post, it’s not so selfish to want someone to comment on it at all. Comments, we are looking for more comments! But comments are not just waiting at your comment page each and every time you write a new blog post – it seems you have to work to get them rather than wait for them to show up.   How to get blog comments in 5 easy ways!   Luckily, there are some ways to get comments without having to try so…
  • Blog passion should eventually turn into your expertise!

    27 Mar 2014 | 10:01 am
    Blog passion is good to have when you are serious about writing a blog of your own. In order to be successful with your blog, you need to devote as much blog passion into it as you can. If you are passionate about the topic you write about, then you have plenty of blog passion to transform into words on your article.   Turn your blog passion into a blog expertise!   But with passion, you need to be able to allow your passion to grow into something even bigger. Blog passion should eventually turn into your expertise. You need to eventually become an expert at the niche of your blog…
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  • How to Survive in Panda and Penguin Era

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:44 pm
    In the Beginning When Google Rolled out Panda and Penguin Updates, No one had any clue about How much they will affect Search Rankings.  But a very few days after the updates, the hammer dropped on many popular blogs.  In Few Months all those Bad tricks which was the main factor in giving Spam SitesRead More… The post How to Survive in Panda and Penguin Era appeared first on GlobalCraze.
  • How to Add Related Posts to Blogger with Thumbnails

    Chetan Gupta
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:28 am
    Do you know that when the visitors coming from Google on your blog will become regular readers of your blog? When they will love to read your articles daily? If you don’t know the answer of my question then I will give you the answer also. Just be calm and think deeply about my question.Read More… The post How to Add Related Posts to Blogger with Thumbnails appeared first on GlobalCraze.
  • How to Automatically Tweet Blog Posts Using Google Feedburber

    Chetan Gupta
    11 Apr 2014 | 12:04 am
    Do you have a Twitter account? Do you use Google Feedburner as your email subscription tool? If yes then you should must read this article very interestingly because I am going to explain something very interesting which will save your time and will also reduce your hard work. Many bloggers and webmasters used to promoteRead More… The post How to Automatically Tweet Blog Posts Using Google Feedburber appeared first on GlobalCraze.
  • All About Google Penalties – Play Safe to Stay Safe

    10 Apr 2014 | 8:31 pm
    Google Penalties is not a new word for webmasters, In the last few years, this word is getting more and more popular due to Algorithm Updates. Many new and old websites faced penalties for different manipulative methods which resulted huge drop in organic traffic. All those websites find themselves in a bad position as someRead More… The post All About Google Penalties – Play Safe to Stay Safe appeared first on GlobalCraze.
  • 10 Basic Tips to Avoid Adsense TOS Violation

    9 Apr 2014 | 7:40 am
    Google Adsense is a most Famous Contextual Ad Network around the world and by far the best in this business with highest CPC Rates, quality of advertisements, efficient support system, Wire Transfer Payment method and many other features. But it also has very strict Terms of Services which can cause anyone Adsense Account disabled. IRead More… The post 10 Basic Tips to Avoid Adsense TOS Violation appeared first on GlobalCraze.
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    Just2clik | Blogging | Computers | Mobiles Tips and Tricks

  • How to enable Base Filtering Engine to work IDM

    7 Apr 2014 | 7:42 am
    Internet download manager is widely used downloading tool across the world, and many of you are well familiar with this tool. So here i thought of writing one bug fixing trick to make your IDM work... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Whatsapp tricks and amazing facts : All about Whatsapp

    24 Mar 2014 | 8:52 am
    Whats app is one of the most leading massaging service which provides free service for all users. As we all know Facebook is one of the most popular social networking site over the globe, and very... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Registry Machanic software free download : Give away contest !

    20 Mar 2014 | 7:45 am
    Hi everyone, here i brought one exclusive offer for all of you ! yes this is a give away contest. In this contest you'll get one of the top PC tool for free with License key ! sounds good na, well... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Top 5 WordPress Plugins for SEO

    12 Mar 2014 | 6:52 am
    WordPress is one of most leading blogging platform next to blogspot and many of us just love word Press more than blogspot because of its design and hosting features. so here i wish to introduce you... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Free awesome wordpress themes Download

    1 Mar 2014 | 4:06 am
    Are you on blogging platform and looking for great design for your blog? then here is a great solution for you, i have grouped top most word press themes for you absolutely free ! so why are you... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Debi Stangeland

  • How Are You Seeing Your Success

    Debi Stangeland ~ BLOG Training
    7 Apr 2014 | 10:29 pm
    Point of view makes all the difference between success and failure. Those who are most successful, at some point in their journey, have looked defeat, failure, challenges and insurmountable odds in the face and been able to see past them. It’s not about ignoring what’s in front of you. It’s about seeing that thing, acknowledging that it exists, and looking beyond it’s current form. It’s about dreaming. It’s about looking for new ways of doing things. It’s about hope. A successful blog doesn’t happen overnight. Even the biggest names had…
  • Pin The Road Markers: Pinterest For Soul Bloggers

    Debi Stangeland ~ BLOG Training
    5 Apr 2014 | 10:58 am
    Pinterest isn’t just for cooks and crafters. I have a lot of blogging friends who write about things other than recipes, homeschool, crafts or DIY. In fact, most of my close blogging friends are “soul bloggers.” They write about their faith and about matters of the heart, about ideas and dreams and the intangibles of life. Recently, one of my friends commented that she doesn’t get a lot of traffic from Pinterest, but that she tries to use it anyway as a means to share her blog posts. That got me to thinking, why can’t a soul blogger get just as much traffic from…
  • What Do You Have To Say? Finding Your Voice And Your Audience.

    Debi Stangeland ~ BLOG Training
    31 Mar 2014 | 4:00 am
    If you are looking for an audience you need to first stop and ask yourself, “What do I have to say?” Anyone can start a blog and write about everything under the sun. Some of us have actually tried that, but it didn’t work out in the long run. A successful blogger figures out what she or he has to say and then builds a blog around a handful of topics based on that voice. Readers will hear that voice and return time after time because they know they can count on your site to bring them consistent content. Here is your task, pay attention to your content and make sure it is…
  • Do You Know Where You Are Going? The Importance Of A Mission Statement

    Debi Stangeland ~ BLOG Training
    19 Mar 2014 | 4:00 am
    Spontaneity is a wonderful quality to have. But not for your blog.  Everyone loves the idea of throwing caution and planning to the wind and letting themselves go, captive only to the currents or the breeze or the next train. Super. That’s a lovely dream and a fun way to live, for about 6 months. Eventually you wake up one morning and say to yourself, “Self, why am I here and where am I going?” Your very intuitive self will usually have one of two answers. Number 1. Crickets – chirp, chirp, chirp……. Or number 2. “Don’t ask me, Freebird.
  • Twitter For Bloggers: Using Lists

    Debi Stangeland ~ BLOG Training
    17 Mar 2014 | 10:52 pm
    I ask a lot of questions about social media. I like to ask other bloggers what platforms they like, which ones give them trouble and which ones they wish they had a better handle on. Without fail the one platform that seems to elude most bloggers is Twitter. As a blogger a presence on Twitter is important. It’s a powerful social tool that can boost your traffic and, when used effectively, help you build a thriving community. But how do you harness the power of this 140 character beast? I contend that you can’t do it without lists. Did you even know you could make lists in…
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    Digital Nomad Wannabe - My journey to earning an online income

  • March stats and update

    31 Mar 2014 | 5:48 pm
    March has been a great month, as I have reached many milestones with my travel blog in page views and in social media. Google Analytics Here are my page views and visits from Google Analytics for the four full weeks in March for Where’s Sharon. Where’s Sharon google analytics for March There has been general growth in my visitor numbers, visits and page views, and I was happy to reach my next milestone of 15,000 page views. The growth is across the board in social media and search referrals. Social media Twitter My twitter traffic is slowly growing again. I have reached the 10,000…
  • February google analytics and update

    1 Mar 2014 | 12:22 pm
    February has been a good month. Site analytics Here are my page view and visit google anaytics from February for Where’s Sharon. Where’s Sharon google analytics for February The leveling off of traffic I saw at the beginning of the month has stopped and my traffic is now growing again.  This is in large part thanks to pinterest, but my google search traffic is also growing again. Social media Twitter My twitter traffic is staying about the same. I am still working on gaining followers.  I am now up to about 7800. I experimented with changing my tweet old posts to only tweet two…
  • January analytics and update on growth

    15 Feb 2014 | 6:23 pm
    Everything has been a bit crazy since we arrived back from our US and Caribbean trip on January 21.  I started working as a teacher a few days later and it has been tough for me to spend much time with my kids, let alone work on my blogs. My aim at the moment is to not lose the gains I have made on social media and blog hits on Where’s Sharon?  So far, I am staying fairly steady, but I have also realised that I think a lot of the page views I was getting on my site were actually from me! Before I arrived home, my site was still growing.  I did notice that my hits diminished when I…
  • More great blog growth and December analytics

    11 Jan 2014 | 6:11 am
    There’s been more great progress in the last week.  We had our first sponsored stay, J earned $500 and all my stats are moving in the right direction. Social media There is slow and steady growth in my social media.  My twitter followers is now over 3000 and my facebook likes over 500.  I am still following people in twitter. My pinterest is finally starting to take off a bit and I am getting regularly 15-20 page views a day from here (compared to one a day before).  A couple of my pins have been very popular – one called “vacation ideas for Mexico” and the other…
  • Blog growth and first free stay!

    2 Jan 2014 | 4:46 am
    In the short time since my last post, things have really taken off for me. Twitter success I am still working on building my twitter followers, and I now have over 2000.  I subscribed to a great site called justunfollow, and it is helping me manage this growth.  It costs $10 a month, but I think it is the best money I could spend on my blog, as I just wouldn’t be able to be encouraging this twitter growth so easily without it. I use it to “Copy followers” from successful travel blog twitter accounts, and then to unfollow people who don’t follow me back.  I follow…
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    Dream Techie

  • Top 10 Antivirus for Windows 7/8 FY 2014

    Tanya Garg
    12 Apr 2014 | 2:05 am
    Today in the digital era, almost everyone is the frequent user of internet either for emails, downloading purposes or for socializing. Therefore, the threats like malwares, key-loggers, spywares, Trojans and worm are becoming a common issue today that not only hit your system, but also break down the operating system, leading to lose of important […] The post Top 10 Antivirus for Windows 7/8 FY 2014 appeared first on Dream Techie.
  • Top 10 Technology Mother’s day gifts 2014

    Tanya Garg
    7 Apr 2014 | 11:31 am
    The day when we honor those who brought us into the world is referred as Mother’s Day. Selecting gift for such wonderful day is quite daunting and challenging indeed, and gifts like chocolate and flowers are not suffice, especially if your mom is getting increasingly digital. Moms generally love gardening, music, traveling and cooking, but […] The post Top 10 Technology Mother’s day gifts 2014 appeared first on Dream Techie.
  • How to remove Google + Profile Views & Followers counter

    Tanya Garg
    3 Apr 2014 | 9:54 am
    Hey Readers, Me Tanya aka Yogita again here with a cool update. Google Plus recently launched a brand new feature for Google + Users in first week of April 2014. And believe me this new feature update seems the most interesting social media update of year 2014 as of now for social media lovers. Before […] The post How to remove Google + Profile Views & Followers counter appeared first on Dream Techie.
  • 7 Places to Find Inspiration for New Blog Topics

    Tanya Garg
    1 Apr 2014 | 10:33 am
    Blogging can be a labor of love. It can also be something your boss makes you do or something you struggle to make time for during hectic days and weeks. The good news is, inspiration for your blog is everywhere! You’ve just got to know where to find it. Here are seven (maybe unexpected) places […] The post 7 Places to Find Inspiration for New Blog Topics appeared first on Dream Techie.
  • LG G2 Successor G3 Release Date and Other Specs

    Tanya Garg
    24 Mar 2014 | 10:44 am
    Spates of rumors on LG G3 have been making their way to website headlines these days. LG has decided to stay tight-lipped on this. As no official confirmation have been surfaced, the industry is abuzz with rumors. However, tech circuits have learned that rumors should be taken seriously as many rumors in the past have […] The post LG G2 Successor G3 Release Date and Other Specs appeared first on Dream Techie.
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    Web Development & Technology Resources

  • 5 Web Application Architecture Resources for Studying

    Alex Ivanovs
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:34 am
    Web application architecture is all about learning how to build a stable ecosystem for your web applications. It involves learning about infrastructure, what works the best and what kind of tools you need to make it all come together.It’s not easy to take a single standpoint approach to this, and instead we should take the approach of knowing what we need help with, and whether we can find a solution to that problem, because in other cases – we just need to apply that which we got.I’ve gathered up a couple of resources to help you begin studying web application architecture,…
  • 5 Coding Challenges to Help You Train Your Brain

    Alex Ivanovs
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:31 am
    Programming is becoming an essential part of nearly every industry known to man, the way it helps to organize and maintain large systems is not possible to compare to anything else, and so more and more people begin their journey.You can learn coding both from interactive platforms, and also from books – whichever you find most appropriate and easy to learn from. But, sometimes that’s not good enough, and we want to practice new things.Coding is a lot about creativity, your ability to come up with new and interesting ideas; but sometimes, due to the large amount of time spent…
  • 28 Free Books for Learning Software Architecture

    Alex Ivanovs
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:49 am
    You won’t just learn the ins and outs of software architecture from this list, you’re going to master it; if you can afford to invest the required amount of time, and real-life application to what you’ve learned.Software architecture is actually a fairly broad term, and when broken down into a smaller list – seems to make a little bit more sense. We can think of software architecture as the base of both the system, and the project.Software architecture serves as the blueprint for both the system and the project developing it, defining the work assignments that must be…
  • 4 Minimal Web Frameworks for Go (“Golang”)

    Alex Ivanovs
    16 Apr 2014 | 3:56 am
    Go – otherwise known as Golang – is a programming language that’s built by Google. (hence, the name)Quite a few large companies haven chosen to use Go in their projects, good examples are those of CloudFlare, Disqus, and even Secret. I think there are literally hundreds more, but it does go to show that the language is well-prepared for high demand websites.Golang has plenty of disadvantages, but it seems that people tend to focus more on the advantages than anything else, some of which include:reasonably fast, perfect for concurrent taskshas built-in server for unit tests,…
  • 15 JavaScript Template Engines for Front-end Development

    Alex Ivanovs
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    JavaScript libraries in no way declining, and the number is growing each day. When it comes to building JavaScript applications, it’s better to rely on templates than on full-scale libraries, because it enables us to have a much cleaner code base, and much better workflow to work with.I wrote recently that you should try and build your own JavaScript libraries, when it’s time. But, template engines take a little more knowledge and understanding of the language you’re working with, so it’s better to depend on something pre-built, like any of the libraries in this…
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    Blogging Spell

  • How to Add Optimized Meta Tags to Blogger

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    12 Apr 2014 | 2:32 pm
    Meta tags have significant values in our on page seo process. At the starting of optimization, we do add meta tags to our web pages. Do you know why? It’s because of serving structured... The post How to Add Optimized Meta Tags to Blogger appeared first on Blogging Spell.
  • What is a Blog? What is a Blogger? What is Blogging?

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    Three questions the dummies usually ask: 1. What is a Blog? 2. What is a Blogger? 3. What is Blogging? In my opinion, these three words are relatively new to the such audiences. These... The post What is a Blog? What is a Blogger? What is Blogging? appeared first on Blogging Spell.
  • How to Mask Affiliate Links Which’s Safe in Google’s Eye

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    28 Mar 2014 | 3:10 am
    A pretty question about affiliate links is how to mask affiliate links that is safe in Google’s eye. Or is that what Google recommends? Those links are very similar to paid links as those... The post How to Mask Affiliate Links Which’s Safe in Google’s Eye appeared first on Blogging Spell.
  • How to Start A Professional Blog For Effectual Blogging

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    20 Mar 2014 | 2:46 am
    One of the most common demands of the dummies is How to Start a Blog. Well, that would easy to such geek like you, but not for all. The online crowds are interested in... The post How to Start A Professional Blog For Effectual Blogging appeared first on Blogging Spell.
  • How to Add A Favicon to Your WordPress Blog

    Abrar Mohi Shafee
    26 Feb 2014 | 12:57 pm
    The favicon is the 16 x 16 pixels small icon what we generally see in our browser tabs. It’s the element that styles the tabs, establishes credibility and composes brand awareness as well. It... The post How to Add A Favicon to Your WordPress Blog appeared first on Blogging Spell.
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    truth2tell - The Blog

  • Role Of Social Media In The Coming Elections

    6 Apr 2014 | 1:27 am
    Role Of Social Media In The Coming Elections The use of internet is spreading unimaginably throughout the World. China has the largest number of internet users (above 320m), USA has second (260m) and India, third (213m). With this, the revolution of social media is also remarkable. Different powerful social media are face book ( about 1.1b users), twitter ( about 200m users), Linked in ( about 200m users ), g+ ( about 500m users), Pinterest ( about 100m users), MySpace( about 30m users), Instagram ( about 150m users), YouTube etc.  Seventy three percent of the internet users use…
  • Human Rights  And  Electoral Process  (From Indian  Angle)

    28 Mar 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Caste Your Vote Positively “Human Rights” are inherent in human beings irrespective of caste, creed, religion and nationality. Every individual (human being) is entitled to some basic rights, without which we cannot live as human beings. All the rights which are essential for the maintenance of human dignity may be called as human rights. These are the rights which no one can be deprived without a grave affront to justice. Human Rights are the natural rights of the human race without which to live comfortably with dignity is impossible. Therefore human rights are natural rights or…
  • 65th  Republic  Day  Celebrations 2014

    24 Jan 2014 | 6:50 am
    Republic Day Celebration of Previous Year This 26th of January we are going to celebrate 65th Republic Day. India got independence on the 15th August, 1947. She was still governed by the constitution framed by the British. There had been a constitutional Assembly, even before her independence, which was given the task of framing a new constitution for free India. The said Assembly completed and submitted it on 26th November, 1949 to Government. It became functional on 26th January, 1950. This is how India was declared a Sovereign Democratic Republic from the day onwards. To mark and remember…
  • Honesty;  From Shastriji  To  Arvind  Kejriwal

    29 Dec 2013 | 1:32 am
    Lal Bahadur Shastri Anna And Kejriwal CM Arvind Kejriwal    Among our leaders and freedom fighters, there was some greatness in Lal Bahadur Shastri. Before the departure of physical body, he served as the second Prime Minister of free India for a short period. Throughout his life he illustrated qualities which are unthinkable on the part of modern leaders.   He belonged to a poor Brahmin family from UP. He struggled throughout his life right from childhood and never thought of power or wealth till his end. And yet, the same (power and respect) flew to him due to his honesty and…
  • The Strange Revenge  (  A  Short  Story  )

    22 Dec 2013 | 1:28 am
    Dai Jan & me This Saturday evening was perhaps the darkest evening of my life. The setting of Sun in the occidental sky had given a golden color to the atmosphere. Soothing winds were blowing. I could hear the chirping sounds of birds. The dry leaves started to rustle as I walked to the graveyard. It seemed to me as if the whole nature was paying condolence to Dai Jan. Now it’s one year since she had left. It’s true that now I can’t find her any more but in the silent depths of my heart as I can still hear silent voice. After lighting up my candles and giving the boutique of…
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    Renaud Gagne

  • The biggest mistake I made when I launched

    Renaud Gagne
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:56 pm
    The post The biggest mistake I made when I launched appeared first on Renaud Gagne. I have a confession to make: I have been trying to write stuff about “how to do this” for  a few days now and it just doesn’t feel right. Seriously, I just launched the 1000 fans in 30 days challenge and I have already made so many mistakes. Mistakes that I have to learn from […]
  • 11Tips to get you more Likes, Comments and Shares on your Facebook Post

    Renaud Gagne
    1 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    The post 11Tips to get you more Likes, Comments and Shares on your Facebook Post appeared first on Renaud Gagne. Is your facebook business page a ghost town? You keep on posting but you ain’t seeing anyone care about you, your product or service? If you are a small business owner attempting to attract new customers with Facebook, you are at the right place at the right time. You can easily implement the strategies that […]
  • Behind the Scenes of the “1000 Fans in 30 Days” Challenge

    Renaud Gagne
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:15 am
    The post Behind the Scenes of the “1000 Fans in 30 Days” Challenge appeared first on Renaud Gagne. Let me take you behind the scenes of this month’s challenge. - As you can probably see, I don’t intend on “wingin’ it.” I just publicly announced that you are either going to see me succeed or crash and burn on the runway.  It is definitely nerve-wracking but totally exciting. I have never done anything like this […]
  • The “30 Days to 1000 *Quality* Facebook Fans” Challenge

    Renaud Gagne
    30 Mar 2014 | 1:00 am
    The post The “30 Days to 1000 *Quality* Facebook Fans” Challenge appeared first on Renaud Gagne. From the desk of: Renaud Gagne Ucluelet,BC Dear Friend, If you are a business owner who wants to add 1000 quality fans to your business fanpage, then you will pay close attention to the words your are about to read. My name is Renaud Gagne and what I am about to do is a little crazy. […]
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    Blogger Emperor

  • 4 Benefits Of Sharing Tutorials-Infographics

    Mansoor Ahmed Memon
    15 Apr 2014 | 9:52 am
    You might have noticed that many bloggers even BE shares tutorials (how-to guides) more rather than other content. Have you wondered Why?, i guess No! you have never thought of advantages and benefits that are stick to guides. Therefore, today i am going to share my first infographics about benefits of sharing tutorials. We hope that you'll like our infographics and will share this piece of knowledge with your circle. I have guided you about the importance of sharing infographics and therefore, to avail the benefits from infographics I am publishing this article in the form of…
  • How To Add Instagram Widget To Blogger?

    Mansoor Ahmed Memon
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:07 am
    Instagram is famous photo sharing website that is being used by many entrepreneurs and web developers. It is not restricted to photographers or professional images blog but others can also use this service and can drive traffic to their site. There are too many advantages of using this awesome photo sharing site, one of the most awesome advantage is that, it has million of users and mostly from America (USA), and that can help you to drive some hardcore and healthy traffic to your blog. Taking care of benefits of this awesome site, BE has decided to share an article about its gadget,…
  • 6 Tactics For Effective Social Media Optimization (SMO)

    Mansoor Ahmed Memon
    4 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    BE is sharing a series of article on Social Media Optimization (SMO) about its background and its comparison with search engine optimization and today BE has got some tactics of optimizing your blog with SMO and it is very much needed for you guys to make your blog optimized according to the most trendy optimization need and that is of-course SMO. You guys are very much familiar with the importance of SMO in blogging nowadays and many of you might be not known about the tricks of optimizing your blog with SMO. So, just learn about these awesome tricks that is going to help your blog to be in…
  • SEO vs SMO

    Mansoor Ahmed Memon
    3 Apr 2014 | 11:15 am
    In my previous article, I've shared article about Social Media Optimization (SMO) that what actually SMO is? Today, i am going to tell you about SEO VS SMO, that what is more important in 2014 for the betterment of your blog and making your blog to survive in blogsphere. Search Engine Optimization has always been a key aspect of success in blogsphere and very few entrepreneur get towards Social Media Optimization but now Google is giving more concern and attention towards SMO rather  SEO but don't think that SEO is over!, it is alive but not as important as before, now SMO is more…
  • What Is Social Media Optimization (SMO)?

    Mansoor Ahmed Memon
    2 Apr 2014 | 2:34 am
    You are very much familiar with search engine optimization (SEO), BE has shared too many articles on optimizing your site for search engines but in 2014 another most important optimization is also on the first board and that is Social Media Optimization (SMO). Now SMO comes first and SEO comes second in the list. If you want to make your blog rock in blogsphere and want to get higher ranks then you need to take care of SMO and SEO both with damn seriousness. Google is more focusing on traffic from social media sites, therefore to make your site SMO friendly, you need to learn about it first.
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    Perception In Print

  • Dinner At La Caye

    Stapha Charleme
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:04 pm
    I had dinner atLa Caye last Friday, a restaurant in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, that serves authentic Haitian dishes, from Fritay (deep fried goodies like pork chunks) to Lambi (conch). I was thoroughly impressed by the décor and even more so by the cuisine. Although, the dish I chose, the pan seared pork chops, wasn't my favorite because I found the sauce little too sweet. However, I did sample a few other dishes and they were delicious. This is a great place to bring friends who want to learn about the Haitian culture.Oh, by the way while sitting at the table I found out…
  • Monogrammed Necklace

    Stapha Charleme
    9 Apr 2014 | 11:24 pm
    I ordered this darling little 14k gold monogram necklace from MyNameNecklace about a week ago, a replica of the necklace the fabulous Carrie Bradshaw often wore on "Sex and the City." I just couldn't help myself, the ads for the necklace has been showing up repeatedly on my site. Yes, they got me. Honestly, I expected a flimsy little trinket that I would stash away after a few weeks wear but I'm pleasantly surprised of  how lovely and sparkly it looks. I will be wearing this everywhere this summer!
  • Evening Craving: Classic Egg Salad Sandwich

    Stapha Charleme
    1 Apr 2014 | 9:46 pm
    Sometimes, a classic is best. Right now, I'm craving a hearty and satisfying egg salad sandwich, on whole grain wheat bread, off course. To jazz it up, I often add a few sprigs of parsley and thyme. I love thyme!Here's my go-to recipe, for one:2 hard boiled eggs, peeled1 spoonful of mayo (not too much mayo for me)1 sprig of parsley1 sprig of thymesaltblack peppercayenne pepper(Pictures via here)
  • Smile Brilliant Review

    Stapha Charleme
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:35 pm
     I've been trying to whiten my teeth with over-the-counter whiteners since I was a teenager so when the director of marketing of Smile Brilliant, an at-home professional teeth whitening system, contacted me to write a review about the product, I jumped at the chance.Still, I was apprehensive. Did I accept their offer too soon? What if it didn't work? Since I would never recommend a product to you that I knew was ineffective. The only way to silence those thoughts roaming around in my head was to just test it. And test it, I did. The guarantee: Smile Brilliant is…
  • Finally, It's Spring!

    Stapha Charleme
    20 Mar 2014 | 8:43 am
    It's beginning to thaw ladies and gents. And it's about time, this winter seemed like the longest and harshest winter in winter's history. A toast: to blue skies, blooming sunflowers, rays of sunshine and warmth, dear God the warmth!Spring, I can't express how happy I 'am to see you! (Picture via here)
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    Asad Space

  • Amazing Facts of Human Body

    asad khan
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:09 pm
    Amazing Facts of Human Body
  • Free WiFi Calling.

    asad khan
    4 Apr 2014 | 9:29 pm
    How to Free Call with only WiFi..i will tell you today how to free call with only WiFi connection.WiFi calling is a big cost saver in this age.First you have to enable SIP based calling on your device.Enabling SIP-based calling on your Android deviceHere's how.1. Setup Google Voice account.2. Download and Install Google Voice on your Phone or any Device.3. Download and Install SIPDROID software in your phone.4. Login to  5. Enjoy
  • Walk to Run in 1 month.

    asad khan
    3 Apr 2014 | 7:47 pm
    Walk to Run in 1
  • Age and Sucess..

    asad khan
    1 Apr 2014 | 8:24 pm
    Age and Success are not directly proporional to each other. You can be successful person after 60. But important thing is Motivation to something.
  • Hilarious kids.....

    asad khan
    31 Mar 2014 | 8:10 pm
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    World's Most Amazing Things

  • Amazing Talented boy from India: What an Artist. Wow!

    16 Apr 2014 | 12:04 am
    Amazing Hidden Talent Of India with his Unbelievable Passion for Musical Instrument.
  • What an Amazing Excavator! - Made of Wood & Syringes

    15 Apr 2014 | 2:00 am
    This Guy made interesting toy of wood and syringes. Maybe he will be a great engineer.
  • Amazing Indian Conjoined Twins : They Don't Want To Be Separated

    13 Apr 2014 | 10:36 pm
    The pair, who were born in a tiny village near Raipur in central India, share two legs and four arms and work in tandem to get around. They have stunned doctors with their ability to wash, dress and feed themselves.A local doctor told the family they were both healthy but he could not separate them. They are believed to share the same stomach but have independent lungs, hearts and brains.Conjoined twins Shivanath and Shivram Sahu caused quite a stir when they were born in India, with some people in their village worshipping them as divine incarnations.And while one doctor has said that it…
  • Kingdom of Golden Lancehead : Dangerous Snake Island Ilha da Queimada Grande

    26 Mar 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Ilha de Queimada Grande, nicknamed Snake Island, is a 430,000-square-metre (43-hectare) island off the coast of the state of São Paulo, Brazil.It is home to a species of fer-de-lance, the Golden Lancehead Viper (Bothrops insularis), which is one of the most venomous snakes in the world. Local legend claims there are five snakes to every square meter, while a documentary on the Discovery Channel claims that in some places there are as many as one snake per square meter. The Golden Lancehead is the only species of snake on the island, yet is considered in danger of extinction since it has no…
  • Cool Round Table for Your Home : Amazing Power Of Furniture Transformation

    25 Mar 2014 | 11:49 pm
    Cool Furniture Modification idea that can Transform your small wooden round table in to big one, How?  Have a look at below image to know that.
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    My Booming Online Business

  • How to Remain in Front of Your List

    Online Biz Boomer Babe
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:25 pm
    I believe it is good to stay in touch with your email subscribers on a consistent basis. We should be regularly providing valuable products and services and building relationships with our prospects until they are ready to convert to clients. This is one of the most effective strategies you can implement to grow your business. With a […] The post How to Remain in Front of Your List appeared first on My Booming Online Business.
  • The Winners Dig Deeper

    Online Biz Boomer Babe
    10 Apr 2014 | 6:18 pm
    Doing our inner work is the small price we pay for big achievements.  From what I understand, everyone who has made over a million dollars has been charged with the same task of gaining control of their own mind. Everyone who has risen to the top‐‐the gurus, professional athletes, actors, etc. have learned to use […] The post The Winners Dig Deeper appeared first on My Booming Online Business.
  • How to Uncover Your Core Values

    Online Biz Boomer Babe
    7 Apr 2014 | 11:06 am
    One aspect of authenticity is being true to our personal and spiritual values–sharing our true self with the world. Have you ever considered what your top five core values are?  Businesses frequently review and post their core values to remind employees and customers of the guiding principles of that company.  But have you ever considered what core […] The post How to Uncover Your Core Values appeared first on My Booming Online Business.
  • How Finding and Attracting a Niche Increases Productivity

    Online Biz Boomer Babe
    1 Apr 2014 | 10:09 pm
    I believe that one of the biggest challenges for solopreneurs in online business is marketing yourself. All of your marketing depends on understanding your niche. Your articles, blog posts, social media sites, videos, and emails should be targeted to your niche. If they are not, you are shooting in the dark. Like anything else worthwhile, […] The post How Finding and Attracting a Niche Increases Productivity appeared first on My Booming Online Business.
  • How to Rock Your Business While Rocking Your Babies

    Online Biz Boomer Babe
    29 Mar 2014 | 7:11 pm
    Are you building a business while also juggling wee ones? Following are a few tips for keeping your sanity while  balancing your family and your business: Do the activities you are good at, learn as you go, and outsource everything else.  Absorb as much as you can from the resources around you. Be willing to […] The post How to Rock Your Business While Rocking Your Babies appeared first on My Booming Online Business.
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    Angelos Sarras

  • How to create a list with Aweber

    Angelos Sarras
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:03 am
    In this short video I walk you through the steps you need to take to Create a Brand New List of subscribers I show you how to create an effective optin form in under 3 minutes How to link your Autoreposnder to your Facebook account & How to power-market using emails… To view the entire video and Discover how to use Email Marketing to Make Money Online on Demand click here  and access all 6 modules of the training 
  • How a Silly Personal Trainer Can Help you Make Money

    Angelos Sarras
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:44 am
    This is funny..  3 times a week I have a morning work out at the gym and today was one of those ‘gym’ days. 10 minutes into my training I spotted this new guy walking around the gym floor and approaching everyone with advice on how to pull the weights, how to use the machines etc. He did not look like a personal trainer though. He was wearing a long green college type T shirt, 1980’s tracksuit, had a bad walking posture and must have been around 50 kilos himself. I mean .. my wife weighs more than him and I think that says a lot for a guy ! Soon enough he comes over to me and starts…
  • How a $748 IKEA bill Can Help Your Business

    Angelos Sarras
    8 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
    I admit it… I have fallen victim to IKEA and their marketing tricks!   Three days ago i got a voucher in the post for a 50% discount on their restaurant price – you know the ones i am talking about… the hot Swedish meatballs with berry sauce or the tender salmon and chips meal and chocolate fudge with vanilla ice cream desert. Now to be honest i don’t really need the $25 discount and i am not even the person who chases deals in my life BUT i like IKEA, i like their food and i like their marketing so i took the deal.  But i forgot something..  I am sucker for…
  • How to Find New Writers For Your Blog

    Angelos Sarras
    26 Mar 2014 | 2:10 am
    Writing your own posts only gets difficult, boring and stale after a while so to grow your blog you need to search for new writers to write for your Blog. Look at the largest Blogs out there and you will see that they act more like media companies than personal Blogs. To model their success you need some of the techniques used by them and one of the most common techniques is to get writers with influence to write for your Blog.  There is usually a couple of ways to get the writers to write for your Blog You Pay You offer exposure  The first is the easiest. You approach a number of writers…
  • Why 96% of Marketers Fail to Make Money Online with Affiliate Marketing

    Angelos Sarras
    11 Mar 2014 | 3:08 am
    If you think that 96% of marketers is a shockingly high number you would be right, but there are some good reasons why the majority of affiliate marketers fail to make money online. There are certain principles that unless they are adhered to, your chances of making money online are slim to none.                     So let’s have a look at 6 reasons why most affiliates fail miserably to make any money online and how you can be in the top 4% who makes it.   1) Lack of consistent Targeted Web Traffic. 9 out of 10 marketers don’t know HOW or WHERE to find more traffic…
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    Mount Rantmore

  • Why is Drinking Frowned Upon at Work?

    18 Apr 2014 | 9:02 am
    Yup, it’s Friday afternoon and I know I’m right when I say that you’re already probably thinking about drinking. Maybe because it’s the weekend, maybe because you’ve had a hell of a week, or maybe you’re sick of working for the man for the past 5 days of your life…either way, you want a drink. Here at Mount Rantmore, we support that philosophy. And all this talk of drinking brings us to the big question: Why Is Drinking At Work Frowned Upon? I understand where companies are coming from and there could be many downsides to drinking at work: Arnold…
  • Mush Mountain: 4/18/2014

    18 Apr 2014 | 2:00 am
    Mush Mountain is our weekly dive into sports betting. What we do is choose various sporting events for the upcoming weekend and pick our winners with the spread. We keep a running tally of our records and at the end of every week the person with the worst record is deemed Mush of the week. Last Week: Got to hand it to Austin, those golf picks were pretty impressive. He is slowly making his way towards that number one spot. Daddy still wears the crown though. Am I technically tied with Jesse for first? Yes, but you can’t dethrone the champ with a tie so fuck Jesse. I’m about to get my…
  • Ever See Two Turtles Having Sex At The Zoo?

    17 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    I have and let me tell you, it was pretty damn funny. I’m not sure what was better, the parents that had to explain to their kids that the turtles were “wrestling” or the parents with kids old enough to realize what was going on. Everyone (or I think everyone) has seen a YouTube video of two turtles going at it. If you haven’t, I’m not going to recommend it but depending on your age and sense of humor level, you’ll probably get a little chuckle. In person, it’s a whole new ball game – a complete mixture of humor and awkwardness, all wrapped into…
  • The Flop of the Year

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    With the NBA season wrapping up last night, I felt it was fitting that this video hits our airwaves now. To get you all ready, I present to you the best flopper of all time. No its not LeBron, in fact this kid isn’t even in the NBA. I’m not sure wether I love or hate this kid. First off, I absolutely love the ruthlessness here. The kid knows the situation, and premeditated this entire flop. He has the hunger to win by any means necessary which is something I have to applaud. Also the technique he uses to pull the flop off was untouchable. He initiates contact early, then waits…
  • Beer of the Week: Founders All Day IPA

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:02 pm
    If you’re a drinker who likes to mix it up from time to time but never knows what to pick, this column is for you. Weekly we pick up a random beer or bottle and provide a quick review that will tell you just enough to decide whether or not you want to give it a shot. We’re not going to sit here and BS you. Our reviews aren’t here to knock you off your feet with an in depth look at the ingredients. Consider this more of a one-stop guide to deciding whether or not the booze of the week is in your wheelhouse. Either way, agree with us or not, but we have a pretty extensive history with…
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  • P-Square Says They Are Not Parting Ways

    Aderemi Olumide
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:38 am
    Just hours after there were reports of PSquare parting ways, the singing duo has debunked such rumours.The Public Relations Executive to P-Square, Bayo Adetu, commented on the allegations in a talk with our source, tagged the reports as ‘irresponsible blogging’:“I am too busy to give some wanna be blogger traffic, I don’t know where that report is coming from. Maybe they just want to get traffic to their site. It’s baseless and untrue”.READ MORE»
  • Check Out What Lindsay Lohan Has To Say About List Of Men She Slept With

    Aderemi Olumide
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:33 am
    Hollywood Actress, Lindsay Lohan has finally confirmed that it was she who wrote the list of the 36 popular men that has shared her honour in her 27 years on earth.The Actress revealed this on a TV show 'Watch What Happens Live' and explained that the list was not made to impress friends but was a healing process.Lindsay sat down with the show's host, Andy Cohen and said:"You know, I'm going to get serious for a second. The fact that that happened was not only humiliating, but just mean.That was actually my fifth step in AA at Betty Ford. And someone, when I was moving…
  • What Does Jude Okoye Mean By This?

    Aderemi Olumide
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:22 am
    Reports reaching us has it that there is real big trouble in PSquare's camp. Their elder brother, manager and director Jude Okoye just tweeted this. No full details or statement yet from them. But according to our source Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square have been reportedly having issues for a while now. That the twin brothers practically disagree on everything now...songs, videos, ideas etc. That things even got out of hand last Wednesday April 16th, the brothers physically fought each other during rehearsals. They had to be separated by their dancers. Then that there are stories that…
  • Check Out KCEE's B-Day Gift From Brother

    Aderemi Olumide
    18 Apr 2014 | 9:19 am
    Limpopo crooner, Kcee is celebrating his birthday today and he just shared this photo on Instagram. His brother, Emeka Okonkwo, CEO of Five Star Music, handed him keys to this brand new 2013 G63 G Wagon as a surprise birthday gift this morning.#Dope aint it Check out more pictures below:READ MORE»
  • Actor Columbus Short Ordered To Stay Away From Wife

    Aderemi Olumide
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:40 am
    According to our source, troubled actor Columbus Short has been ordered to stay away from his estranged wife, Tuere Short and their daughter after allegedly threatening to kill her and then himself:Read the report below:Scandal" star Columbus Short has been thrown out of his house and his wife has filed for divorce ... after he allegedly put a knife to her throat last week and threatened to kill her and himself. According to a new restraining order -- obtained by TMZ -- Short got into it with his wife April 7 at their Chatsworth home, where she claims he came into her room intoxicated…
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  • Reader Questions: How to rock an aerial silks performance

    Sarah Morgan
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    Courtney said, Hi Sarah! I love love love your site! I have been doing aerial silks for about a month and a half. We are having a student showcase and I have decided to take the plunge and perform a routine in the silks instead of the knot. I learned my routine a few days ago and I still have yet to get through it. I have like 2 weeks to perfect this. I am super nervous but I know this is something I want to do. Any advice on how to push through the fear and frustration and rock this thing? Thanks for your question Courtney! Every couple months we do a showcase at our studio and I make it my…
  • 6 ways to treat your a blog like a business

    Sarah Morgan
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    If you’ve got big blogging dreams, write as an addition to your business, are working with sponsors, or are simply running ads to make a little extra cash, it might be time to look at your blog as a business, not just a part-time pass time. Here are six ways to get more serious about blogging, so your readers will get more serious about you! Create a brand The very first, number on this I recommend is to ditch the BlogSpot and domains and get one of your own. And once you’ve got that shiny new domain, create a logo and a social media handle to match. Using the same…
  • A pep talk: How to not worry about all the other people doing the exact same thing you want to do

    Sarah Morgan
    14 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    I’ve been checking out lots of websites lately to analyze how and why successful businesses and blogs do what they do. They all seem to have enticing headlines, overflowing email lists, constant connections to Twitter and Instagram, offers and packages out the wazoo. After checking through websites after website, I started to panic a little – all these people are doing what I want to do and they’re doing it really really well. Is there space for me? But I’ve been asked this question before and I know the answer…yes, there is ALWAYS room IF you do you. The…
  • Blog Love

    Sarah Morgan
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    This week was damn good. I got to see the amazing Kathleen Hanna live. If you haven’t watched The Punk Singer I highly recommend it. She’s still as kind, vibrant, and feminist as ever. Yes, she did stop the show mid-way through to have a trouble maker in the crowed kicked out and rocked a sparkly leotard and jazz shoes the whole time. I’ve been using the Brain Wave app for meditation this week – it uses sequences of binaural tones with ambient nature sounds to stimulate specific brainwave patterns like sleep, focus, energy, positive mood. Some of the sequences, like…
  • Megan made The Escape

    Sarah Morgan
    11 Apr 2014 | 4:30 am
    Today Megan Lyons is here to share how she left her job as a management consultant to start her own business as a health coach! Tell us about yourself and what you do Hi!  I’m Megan, and I’m a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Health Coach.  I can finally say that I get to do what I absolutely love every day … helping others become their happiest, healthiest selves.  I empower people to reach their health goals through one-on-one health, wellness, and running coaching, as well as group programs like workshops, teleseminars, group “resets” and healthy eating challenges.  I also…
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  • Another reason to keep your mobile safe!

    Frillo Admin
    11 Apr 2014 | 2:00 am
    We all have banking Apps on our phones, and more of us are actually making payments this way – its easier, its more convenient and its often quicker.  Well from the 29th April this year it is going to get easier to pay people using your mobile phone.   PayM is a new service that the major banking providers have signed up to, and basically using your phone, you can nominate a bank account as part of the contact details.  You can then make payments. If you don’t want to make payments, but just receive them, you still can – even if your phone isn’t a smartphone There are going to be…
  • How does a club like Hull City survive in the mad world of football finances ?

    Frillo Admin
    7 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    I don’t know whether you have been watching the story unfold in Hull. The football club’s owners applied to change the clubs playing name from Hull City to Hull Tigers last summer. The rationale is that as Hull City, the club will struggle to attract the new sponsors it needs to maintain Premier league survival. The owners believe that as Hull City , the club won’t stand out from the other ‘also-rans’ in the Premier League. It’s a fact that when global brands decide to invest in football, and they cant get one of the top teams, then they will just look down the Premier League and…
  • Laminator Offer

    12 Mar 2014 | 1:39 am
    This week we’re giving you the chance to win a £10 Love2Shop Voucher. Simply order a GBC Fusion 3000L A3 Laminator from us, send proof of your purchase and win this easy to spend voucher. Once you have purchased your laminator, send a copy of your invoice/receipt to or GBC Fusion Laminator Offer, ACCO, Oxford House, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 8SZ to receive your voucher. The Love2Shop Vouchers can be spent in a number of different shops including: Argos, Boots, HMV, House of Fraser, WHSmith, H.Samuel, Halfords, Cafe Rouge and many more. To find out the full list of places…
  • Bic-ause you deserve a treat!

    5 Mar 2014 | 12:24 am
    We have teamed up with Bic to give you the chance to win some great prizes. It’s really simple to enter, with every Bic Velleda Whiteboard Pen you buy from us you’ll receive a scratch card which will reveal a unique 16 digit code. Simply enter your code into the Bic Treat yourself website and choose your treat.               Each code guarantees a free special treat voucher for a variety of activities including; hair and beauty treats, sports and fitness sessions, days out, dining, family portraits and makeovers. It couldn’t be easier, place your order…
  • Avery Good Reward

    Frillo Admin
    25 Feb 2014 | 8:22 am
    We love to reward our customers when we can, so we have teamed up with Avery to give you the chance to win a share of £1 million. All you need to do is buy selected Avery product, which have a code attached to them. Enter the code on the Avery website. Your code could be worth up to £10,000.   Each code has a guaranteed reward, which varies from a 50p eVoucher. The vouchers can be used in a variety of shops including; M&S, New Look, Boots, B&Q, Red Letter Days Pizza Express and Starbucks.   What could be better than placing your regular order and having the chance to win…
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  • Longform is the future

    Hannah Pearson
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:56 am
    Longreads, the aggregator of longform non-fiction on the web, was acquired this week by Automattic, the company behind This move will surely add more fuel to the fire of whether longform is a valid medium at all. See the list of our favourite longform on the web here » Longreads, for those of you Read More
  • It’s grit, courage and sisu that makes us successful

    Hannah Pearson
    2 Apr 2014 | 12:40 am
    Thanks to Angela Duckworth’s TED talk, grit has been rapidly heralded as the new guarantor of success, rather than plain old intelligence. But what is ‘grit’ and is it really the golden ticket? “Of course grit is important!”, my dad said. Every week I call my parents, and the topic usually comes around to careers Read More
  • Our digital selves are not obliterating our real life selves

    Hannah Pearson
    26 Mar 2014 | 6:55 am
    Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, LinkedIn, SnapChat… the average person spends an enormous 60 minutes a day on social networks, according to The Independent. And the majority of us are exhausted from not only keeping up with the constant stream of notifications and latest gossip, but also from the time and energy we spend carefully Read More
  • Going native, going home

    Becky Clayton
    15 Mar 2014 | 9:52 pm
    In this global age, when you cannot go ten paces without running into a Starbucks, Maccie D’s or Pret A Manager, or without falling upon a 7/11 or ATM, how does the modern traveller or intrepid expat get a sense of the real country or culture they are moving through and trading in? Are we Read More
  • The carousel of imposterism

    Hannah Pearson
    7 Mar 2014 | 7:09 pm
    The “imposter syndrome” has garnered a lot of press recently, usually on the negative effect that it has on the psyche. But can we ever use our feelings of inadequacy as a force for good? Ok, I admit it – sometimes I fake it. Take your minds out of the gutter – not that. I Read More
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  • Loboc River Cruise

    Robert Zevs
    5 Apr 2014 | 12:38 am
    The Municipality of Loboc is a mere 24 kilometers from Tagbilaran City. It’s known for a number of attractions which include the scene and winding Loboc River, floating restaurant and the Loboc Children’s Choir. Local and foreign tourists who visit the town of Loboc must always include a cruise along the Loboc River, whether on small banks readily available for hire or on one of the towns floating restaurants. A cruise along the Loboc River starts either from the Loay Bridge, which is 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran City or at the town’s Poblacion, which is about 25 kilometers from…
  • chocolate hills view

    Robert Zevs
    4 Apr 2014 | 11:16 pm
    Chocolate Hills and its immediate surroundings are relatively flat to rolling topography with elevation ranges from 100 m to 500 m above sea level. It has been announced the country’s 3rd National Geological Monument on June 18, 1988 in recognition of its scientific value and geomorphic uniqueness. Alike to the formations found in Java, the conical and almost symmetrical and same-sized hills known as the “Chocolate Hills”, are more esthetically extensive. These were the uplift of coral deposits and the consequence of the action of rainwater and soil erosion. The mounds are…
  • G.U.Y. (Girl Under You) Lyrics and Video

    Robert Zevs
    3 Apr 2014 | 7:20 am
    Greetings from Eros God of sexual desire, son of Aphrodite Lay back and feast as this audio guides you Through new and exciting positions I wanna be the Girl Under You (oh yeah) I wanna be your G.U.Y, oh yeah I wanna be the grave and earth you (oh yeah) Our sexes tell us no lies I’m gonna wear the tie, want the power to leave you I’m aimin’ for full control of this love (of this love) Touch me, Touch me, Don’t be sweet Love me, love me, please retweet Let me be the girl under you that makes you cry I wanna be that guy (G.U.Y.) I wanna be that guy (G.U.Y.) I wanna be…
  • GoUNLI25 from Globe

    Robert Zevs
    2 Apr 2014 | 12:43 am
    Now you can enjoy more on surfing on Facebook ,unlimited text and calls to Globe and Touch Mobile with the new GoUNLI25 from Globe, plus your choice of one of the following free app. Wechat Foursquare Viber Yahoo Google Instagram Twitter You can use this service for 1 day for only 25 Pesos. This service is only for HSDPA and 3g signal for Globe subscriber. You can add 2 more sites for P5 and 5 more sites for additional P10. Choose two more sites for P5 from the following: Choose five more sites for P10 from the following: Tumblr Yahoo Google Viber Foursquare Snapchat Sulit Foursquare…
  • Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Directory

    Robert Zevs
    28 Mar 2014 | 4:34 am
    Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Directory Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Office Address: PDEA Bldg., NIA Road, National Government Center, Brgy. Pinyahan, Quezon City Trunklines: (02) 927-9702 / 928-5292 / 928-4060 / 928-0090 / 928-6358 Hotlines: (02) 920-0735 / 920-0736 Fax: (02) 927-2899 / 9291106 Email: Website: COMMAND GROUP USEC. ARTURO G. CACDAC JR. Director General, PDEA Local: 163, 144 ASEC. RENE M. ORBE Deputy Director General for Administration Local:129 DIR. ABE L. LEMOS Deputy Director General for Operation Local:135 OPERATIONS CLUSTER…
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  • Coincidences, Being In The Right Place At The Right Moment

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:23 am
    A lot of people think that coincidences are things that we should not need to care about, they say coincidences are just happening. The only interesting thing, that we pay general attention to these “nothings”. Somehow we feel, that something strange happening, like a bug in the matrix. The nature of these events are simply inscrutable, there is no point to count or measure them, but we all know we should do something with them. First let me tell you a true story happened to Anthony Hopkins. In 1973, Anthony Hopkins accepted the starring role in George Feifer’s The Girl…
  • Ha Long Bay, Vietnam हा लांग खाड़ी, वियतनाम

    16 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
  • Indian Tale, The Tiger The Brahman And The Jackal

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Once upon a time, a tiger was caught in a trap. He tried in vain to get out through the bars, and rolled and bit with rage and grief when he failed. By chance a poor Brahman came by. Tiger: “Let me out of this cage, oh pious one!” he cried. Brahman: “Nay, my friend, you would probably eat me if I did.” Tiger: “Not at all! On the contrary, I should be for ever grateful, and serve you as a slave!” Now when the tiger sobbed and sighed and wept and swore, the pious Brahman’s heart softened, and at last he consented to open the door of the cage. Out…
  • Motivating Tale, The Magic Tree

    12 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Once upon a time there was a man, who wandered careworn on the edge of the forest. When he got tired, he sat down next to a tree. At that time he didn’t recognized what kind of tree he had chosen. It was a magical tree, that fulfilled all of the wishes who touched it. The traveler first thought, that a glass of water would be good, because he was very thirsty. Suddenly a glass of crystal-clear water appeared in his hand. The traveler was very surprised, he examined the water, he even sniffed. Finally he decided, that it shouldn’t be dangerous so he drunk. Than he get hungry and he…
  • Touching Photos Illustrates How Small We Are In The Big World

    11 Apr 2014 | 4:37 am
    The following pictures were made by 14-year-old Zev (“fiddle oak”). The photos suggest that we are really small in our world, it is like if just jumped into a fairy tale. Source: fiddleoak
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  • 10 Most Common Blogging Mistakes Repeated By Newbies : Every Beginner Should Know

    Ravi Chahar
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:24 am
    Blogging is a great way to make people aware about you or about your brand in an effective way. But in the beginning of blogging every blogging do some most common blogging mistakes. They try to handle the blog in their own way but fail to do it. To become a successful blogger it is necessary to know about blogging tips which can help. For beginners the main motive is always to get success as soon as possible. In the middle path of they encountered with common mistakes in blogging without even aware of them. What Are The Simple Blogging Mistakes Done By Beginners?  It is always noticed that…
  • How To Block Spam Comments In WordPress Using CAPTCHA With Any Plugin ?

    Ravi Chahar
    15 Apr 2014 | 11:49 am
    As we all know that there are millions of spammer bots are crawling blogs which are easy to harm by their spam comments. For a beginner it is necessary to know how to block spam comments in WordPress? The motive for bloggers is to keep their blog free of any kind of error and spams because as we all know when Google spiders crawl any website then it is taken care whether the blog is spam free or not. If a blog consists many spams then it may tend to fall in the ranking of that particular blog. Now a days there are many bots who do spam comments but instead of them there are many humans too…
  • 301 Redirect And How To Apply It ?

    Ravi Chahar
    14 Apr 2014 | 12:00 pm
    301 Redirect and how to to implement 301 redirect? The question which is asked frequently by every newbie in the field of blogging. There is always a confusion related to the redirection by 301 redirect and 302 redirect. Today I am going to explain what does 301 redirect mean? What is the difference between 301 redirect and 302 redirect? For every blogger when the point comes about changes the domain name, adding a new page to the website, changing permalink structure, making search engine direction that the website with non ‘www’ and with ‘www’ both are same.  For…
  • How To Add A Site To Bing Webmaster Tool ? A Question Asked By Many.

    Ravi Chahar
    13 Apr 2014 | 9:18 pm
    One Of the visitor of my blog asked me how to add a site to Bing webmaster tool? It is asked because we all know about Bing, it is also a great search engine and bloggers need to configure about adding their site to Bing webmaster tool. For a blog Bing can be a good way to get traffic. As the main motive of a blogger is to drive traffic at his/her blog which can be done by submitting the blog to Bing webmaster tool. When someone submits his/her website to Bing then similarly to Google every post will get indexed to Bing which will bring more visitors to the website. How To Add A Site To Bing?
  • Best Tips For New Bloggers : Blogging Tips

    Ravi Chahar
    10 Apr 2014 | 10:08 am
    Every newbie need to know how to blog? There are many blogging tips for beginners  by which they can reach up to the peak of their goal. With a dream of becoming a successful blogger beginners try to know best tips for new bloggers from which they can learn about the steps they have to take for their future. I would like to point out these blogging tips in this post to make every newbie sure regarding to their aim. Bloggers try to play with Google in an insignificant way which is of no use. May be sometimes bloggers get success but it remains temporary. Why people are going higher and higher…
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  • How to Choose a Reliable PSD Conversion Company?

    16 Apr 2014 | 5:39 am
    PSD conversion has emerged as a commonly accepted modern day practice. No matter whether it is PSD to HTML conversion, PSD to Drupal conversion or any other conversion, experts have started incorporating the various conversion best practices in almost all web application development projects.     However, as the popularity of PSD conversion is on [...]
  • Heartbleed Bug: Change Your Passwords Now

    11 Apr 2014 | 4:43 am
    Security researchers can all come to an agreement on one thing- the Heartbleed bug could be one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. The bug has affected many well-known websites and services including Instagram, Google and Yahoo, and if you have logged into any of such websites over the last two [...]
  • Top 15 Sites to Get Royalty Free Images for Your Blog?

    7 Apr 2014 | 4:21 am
    Getting a visitor on your blog is totally different than making him stay there and hit the Subscribe or Bookmark button with a thought of returning back again. This has been one of the most challenging tasks especially when you’re already posting a great useful content on your blog on regular basis. Yeah, I know, [...]
  • Social Media Tricks To Enhance Your Business

    2 Apr 2014 | 6:27 am
        After Google’s recent Guest Blogging Penalty, it is quite clear that Guest Blogging no more exists in the link building strategy.  So does this mean off-page is dead now? Obviously not, but yes it has become very difficult to make your link building strategy work. So this is the right time to make [...]
  • Improvements in Mobile User Experience

    Sirina Chen
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:01 am
    As mobile adoption accelerates exponentially, and data shows people spending more than six hours a day,  browsing websites and absorbing information via their laptops, PC’s, tablets, mobile and/or TV’s. Today, over 50% of mobile users spend nearly a hundred minutes on their mobile, not considering the amount of time on calls. Enhancing a site’s search [...]
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  • Upcycling; Decorative Kitchen Hooks

    Maya Rodriguez
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:59 am
    These kitchen hooks were made with left over pieces of wood and stickers. I then used nails underneath as the actual hooks. Enjoy Mayra You can also find some of my artwork on some items for sale at: If you enjoy some of the images in this blog they are now available for sale at You can also follow my creativity. My profile link is You can also view my writer’s blog at This blog is also available at at the…
  • Upcycling: Noah’s Ark-Upcycled Art

    Maya Rodriguez
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:55 am
    This art work is totally upcycled , the ship is made out of bamboo sticks from a sun umbrella, and the canvas is from a frame that the glass had cracked, Enjoy Mayra You can also follow my creativity. My profile link is My online store with items with my artwork can be found at You can also view my writer’s blog at This blog is also available at at the following link: Widgets
  • Upcycling-Two Hearts NYC Magnet

    Maya Rodriguez
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:52 am
    These two joint figures are made out of cardboard with a New York City Subway Map. I then used round magnets for the back. Enjoy Mayra You can also follow my creativity. My profile link is My online store with items with my artwork can be found at You can also view my writer’s blog at This blog is also available at at the following link: Widgets
  • Upcycling: Temptation Art Work

    Maya Rodriguez
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:14 pm
    This work was done on a canvas that is actually made out of a box of cereal. Enjoy Mayra You can also follow my creativity. My profile link is My online store with items with my artwork can be found at You can also view my writer’s blog at This blog is also available at at the following link: Widgets
  • Upcycling: The Dog Chasing the cat, the cat chasing the rabbit-mixed media

    Maya Rodriguez
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:10 pm
    You can also find some of my artwork on some items for sale at: This is a mixed media Art work with the use of paper and paint, as well as a New York City subway map. Enjoy Mayra You can also follow my creativity. My profile link is My online store with items with my artwork can be found at You can also view my writer’s blog at This blog is also available at at the following link: Widgets
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  • On the "A" w/Souleo: "Taboo…Yardies" Doc Challenges Homophobia in Jamaica

    18 Apr 2014 | 7:51 am
    On the "A" w/Souleo: "Taboo…Yardies" Doc Challenges Homophobia in Jamaica is a post from: RaverX These days when Selena Blake thinks about her native land, Jamaica, there are no images of pristine beaches and sunny skies that come to mind. Instead, she sees the ugly face of homophobia and transphobia that continues to stain Jamaica’s image. In her documentary Taboo…Yardies, Blake presents footage compiled over the course of six years, including interviews with those on both sides of the LGBT rights debate, to investigate what TIME magazine has suggested…
  • Derrick Gordon, UMass Basketball Player, On Feeling ‘Ecstatic’ After Coming Out And Jason Collins’ Influence

    18 Apr 2014 | 7:41 am
    Derrick Gordon, UMass Basketball Player, On Feeling ‘Ecstatic’ After Coming Out And Jason Collins’ Influence is a post from: RaverX “Don’t wait,” 22-year-old Derrick Gordon said emphatically when asked if he has advice for other college athletes thinking about coming out. The University of Massachusetts Amherst sophomore made headlines last week, becoming the first NCAA Division I basketball player to come out as gay. “Take advantage of everything that you have in front of you,” he continued, offering advice to other young people, speaking with me on SiriusXM…
  • Dustin Lance Black Slams Alma Mater For Shaming Him Over Sex Photos

    18 Apr 2014 | 7:39 am
    Dustin Lance Black Slams Alma Mater For Shaming Him Over Sex Photos is a post from: RaverX Dustin Lance Black took aim at his alma mater in an open letter after the school axed him from speaking at the spring commencement ceremony due to sex photos featuring Black and a former boyfriend that leaked in 2009. Pasadena City College previously invited the Oscar-winning screenwriter and PCC graduate to be a commencement speaker at the 2014 graduation. That invitation was revoked when the Board of Trustees found out photos depicting Black and an ex-lover engaged in unprotected sex had leaked on the…
  • The Real Reason Young Men Say They Won’t Report Being Raped

    18 Apr 2014 | 7:04 am
    The Real Reason Young Men Say They Won’t Report Being Raped is a post from: RaverX The Ivy Quad is a sacred space. TBTN is well attended by flawless SAT’s and international superstar students. We start in the lecture hall and are notified that we have violated the fire code with our crowd. So we spill out to the grassy space. The stories pour forth. She looks like she is 6’2″ and says her boyfriend says he’ll break up with her if she won’t sleep with him. Then, another woman says it was her coach in middle school. A guy wearing plaid pants speaks up. I…
  • ‘Jersey Boys’ Trailer, Or: Broadway, Clint Eastwood Style

    18 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    ‘Jersey Boys’ Trailer, Or: Broadway, Clint Eastwood Style is a post from: RaverX Nine years after “Jersey Boys” opened on Broadway and swept through the Tony Awards, the first trailer for the Clint Eastwood-directed film adaptation has arrived. The jukebox musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons’ rise and fall stars John Lloyd Young, who won a Tony for his portrayal of Valli in the original Broadway cast. Up-and-coming actors — including Vincent Piazza, best known for portraying Lucky Luciano on “Boardwalk Empire” — play…
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  • Witness a Blood Moon on 15 April 2014

    Gani Sphere
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:49 am
    BLOOD MOON! This extraordinary event according to experts is expected to happen on the overnight hours of 14-15 April 2014.This photo is just an animation of the "Blood Moon"How the April 15 "Blood Moon" will appear in Manila?Unfortunately, the April 15 "Blood Moon" will not be very visible in Manila. According to, people here will only get to experience a partial or penumbral eclipse.Click the photo below to read full schedule of the 15 April 2014 Blood Moon in the Philippines.What is a "Blood Moon"?No. I am not talking about the movie nor the debut album of New York…
  • 10 HD Happy Easter 2014 Facebook Profile and Page Covers

    Gani Sphere
    12 Apr 2014 | 8:22 pm
  • Philippine TV Networks Win at New York Festivals World's Best TV and Films 2014

    Gani Sphere
    9 Apr 2014 | 7:05 am
    The Philippines won a total of 16 awards at the recently concluded 2014 New York Festivals' International TV and Film Awards competition.New York Festival's World's Best Television & Films competition honors programming in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the Television and Film industries, categories mirror today's global trends and encourage the next generation of story-tellers and talent: Animation, Comedy, Corporate, Drama, Documentary, Feature Films, Music Videos, News, Promos, Reality Shows, Sports, Telenovelas, Webisodes, Best Performance by an…
  • Maria Sharapova's Way of Beating the Heat Away in Mexico

    Gani Sphere
    8 Apr 2014 | 8:40 am
    The global climate change may have affected the high temperatures all over the world. Everybody wants either a cool drink, a cool wind or splash in a cool beach.Photo Credit : The Tennis TimesAnd Maria Sharapova is no exception. She chose to beat the heat in a beautiful beach in Cancun, Mexico. This may have been her way to relax and have a great time after missing great times on tennis courts. Maria was spotted in a two-piece bikini while splashing in the area.Well, I feel that staying under the sun for extended period is very risky nowadays. I am sure Maria has taken precautionary measures…
  • Passport Courtesy Lane Now Open to Children

    Gani Sphere
    8 Apr 2014 | 4:24 am
    According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, effective immediately, the public is advised that the age limitation for minor passport applicants whose parents are availing of the Courtesy Lane Facility for their passport applications has been modified from infants aged one-year old and below to children aged seven-years old and below. These applicants do not need an appointment for their personal appearance at the Passport Division of the DFA in Aseana for the evaluation and processing of their passport applications. The Courtesy Lane may accept the passport applications of applicants,…
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    Tech Lamb - Best Tips and Tricks on Internet

  • Best Youtube Extensions for Google Chrome

    18 Apr 2014 | 8:27 am
    Many of us addicted to social networking sites like facebook, twitter and youtube. Most of us visit youtube and spend at least 5 minutes a day by watching funny videos, trailers and other cool stuff. I want to say that usually I spend at least 10 minutes in youtube. I recommend some extensions for chrome browser which enhances our experience with youtube.Best Chrome Extensions To Improve Youtube Experience:Looper : This extension adds a new button below the youtube video player and if once clicks it loops the video for number of times we want and wont stop until we hit stop. This extension…
  • How To Hide Files and Folders in Android Device

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Most of the people are addicted to android, out of 10 people 7 are using android phones and we give importance to our privacy in the world. Hiding duck face photos from friends and party photos with girl friends are just common in now a days. People are very concerned about the privacy of their content and its better to keep your private content away from the people your not willing to share. If your android users I will guide you to hide your files and folders in your android device.Since android don't have special feature to hide your content we use third party application to hide your…
  • How to Free-up Disk Space on your Windows PC

    17 Apr 2014 | 4:25 am
    Most of us use windows OS in our PC's and laptops and some time your system may face disk space problem which may result in the performance that can affect your work. Their are many ways to free-up disk space, some are most obvious and easy methods and some are not so obvious to recover disk space. In this article I want to share you both types of methods to free-up your disk space.Most Easy Ways To Free-up Your Disk Space:Use CCleaner to clean your recycle bin, log files, temporary internet files and other scrap files quickly which don't show up in windows explorer. It also provides an…
  • How to Save Or Increase Battery Life Of Android Devices

    14 Apr 2014 | 10:38 am
    Now the world is ruled by android devices, with their extra ordinary features and applications many people are showing interest to use android phones but android users face battery run out problem. As you enjoy many features in android devices, you have to face battery run out problem as these features and applications uses the resources maximum. In this article we help you to increase battery life of android phones by using simple tips and some free apps which are available to download at any time.Tips To Increase Battery Life of Android Devices:1. Turn off Wi-fi when not needed.2. Turn off…
  • Best Fitness Apps for Android Smartphone

    13 Apr 2014 | 8:55 am
    Technology development shows huge impact on people's health. As many of us neglect our health and adapted to different foods and different timings which shows bad affect on our life. We neglected our health and eats junk food and neglects exercise and everything which is good to our health. But interestingly their are some gadgets that keeps track about our health to gives necessary tips to develop our health. The most interesting thing is these apps can work even in your android smart phone. By using these apps you can develop your health conscious and can avoid health hazard practices.Top 5…
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    My Digital Money

  • 3 Highly Creative Ways to Get Quality Traffic without SEO.

    Tamal Krishna Chandra
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:43 am
    Who says you can’t get traffic without Google? There are plenty of other means to generate traffic to your blog. Today I will discuss about some creative ways to get high quality traffic to your blog quite easily. Let me tell you that Google is not the only source of traffic online. If you can […] The post 3 Highly Creative Ways to Get Quality Traffic without SEO. appeared first on My Digital Money.
  • 15 Legitimate Ways to Make Money Online Seriously.

    Tamal Krishna Chandra
    9 Apr 2014 | 2:13 am
    When it comes to making money online, people often get confused about which way to choose. Today I have tried to list some of the most popular money making methods available online in one place. This article should help you take the right decision at the right time using the right methods. The methods described […] The post 15 Legitimate Ways to Make Money Online Seriously. appeared first on My Digital Money.
  • 32 Places to Promote Your Blog Posts for More Readers.

    Tamal Krishna Chandra
    7 Apr 2014 | 6:53 am
    It is fairly easy to start a blog, but a lot more difficult to make it a successful one. One of the most important tasks involved in doing so is active promotions and marketing. Without effective promotions it’s quite difficult to survive in the long run. I already talked about some powerful methods to make […] The post 32 Places to Promote Your Blog Posts for More Readers. appeared first on My Digital Money.
  • 3 Most Effective Ways to Turn Your Blog Into a Business.

    Tamal Krishna Chandra
    6 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    Blogging is no longer a medium to share your ideas and knowledge with the world, but now it is a very effective method to earn money. If you are running a successful blog, you would surely like to monetize it sooner or later. So today I want to highlight some key points you should remember […] The post 3 Most Effective Ways to Turn Your Blog Into a Business. appeared first on My Digital Money.
  • Top 3 Most Powerful Ways to Promote Your Blog.

    Tamal Krishna Chandra
    2 Apr 2014 | 5:34 am
    It is quite easy to start a blog, but a lot more difficult to make it a successful one. It’s important to write useful articles for your readers. But if there is no one to read your articles, it’s of no use. Actually you will be discouraged after a certain time and quit blogging. It […] The post Top 3 Most Powerful Ways to Promote Your Blog. appeared first on My Digital Money.
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    Rags to Riches

  • Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation Swatches and Review after Using it for a Year

    22 Mar 2014 | 11:12 am
    When these first came out, I absolutely loved them and my little collection grew possibly because I was living in the states when they came out & they are much more affordable down there.  It can range from $15-$20 in Canada vs $10-$15 in the states and they often have BOGO type promos so you can easily pick these guys up for less $10 in the US.  Yeah living in Canada sucks for the wallet some times.  These are medium - high coverage which was great for my acne ridden skin and I feel that it looks better and better throughout the day.  It almost becomes skin like the…
  • I am addicted to StarBucks and here's how I make it a little more affordable

    13 Mar 2014 | 2:51 pm
    I am not much of a coffee drinker.  But I love me my lattes.  Recently I was listening to the Bro-rista Coffee Culture podcast from the Stuff Mom Never Told ladies and it was totally on the money, for me at least.  I don't like straight coffee or espresso or whatnot but I love my sugar syrup ladden drinks from starbucks.  I guess that makes me a girl?  My absolute favorite would be a Creme Brulee Latte that I've only ever seen on the menu in Starbucks Japan but the Caramel Brulee Latte that they have in North America during the holidays comes in a close second.
  • Halloween nails

    28 Oct 2013 | 4:33 pm
    I love Halloween!  It's fun to not have any inhibitions for one day.  I tried out the second skull makeup youtube video and it went well.  Not quite as good as the video but I was happy enough with it.  See below for the Halloween nails I am sporting this Halloween. 
  • Skull Makeup

    22 Oct 2013 | 12:23 pm
    I am planning on being a skeleton for Halloween and I have the following youtube videos bookmarked for them.  They are popular but not the first results that show up when you look up skull makeup so I thought it was worth the share.  I am leaning towards trying to combine the second and third looks.
  • Conair Curl Secret - Does this scare any one else?

    21 Oct 2013 | 8:22 pm
    Beauty and technology are going way too fast for me.  I saw the Curlsecret being demoed this on CityTVs Cityline demoed and that was when I truly felt old.  I thought I was young and hip and with it.  Clearly not because I had no idea this product existed and even more it scared me.  Each time the models hair disappeared in the apparatus, I was scared that it would be eaten and not come out alive. The idea is your hair gets wound up in the device and it gets curled in there.  Good in that you just let it do it's thing and no need to wear gloves and all those other…
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  • The Awwwww Factor

    Aditya Agrawal
    14 Apr 2014 | 2:30 am
    How to make content marketing messages go viral Have you seen the piece about the orphan baby kangaroo and wombat who become BFFs? They also have a baby wallaby friend. Because of course they do. Awwwww. The awesome twosome How can you make your messages go as viral as little orphan animal stories? Try The Awwwww Factor. It’s obvious why these bundles of joey are making the rounds on Facebook. But how can you use the same approaches to make your content marketing messages travel the world, while others just languish on the couch? Content marketing — aka brand journalism — is relevant,…
  • Blast the past

    Aditya Agrawal
    6 Apr 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Don’t lead with a history lesson It can be tempting to start your story at the beginning. After all, didn’t Lewis Carroll advise us to do so in Alice In Wonderland? “Begin at the beginning, the King said, very gravely, and go on till you come to the end: then stop.” Turn back time But not in the lead, please! Photo by FlicktoneThe problem with this approach is that it buries the lead — also known as leading with the background. After all, nobody wants to start with the history lesson. (When someone asks you about yourself, you don’t start at the year of your birth, do you?)…
  • More pocket profiles

    Aditya Agrawal
    30 Mar 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Use ‘narrative shorthand’ In a recent issue, I introduced “pocket profiles.” That’s squeezing a big life into a small space — without compressing all of the life out of a person — by using “narrative shorthand.” Short story Can you tell your subject’s life in a paragraph? Then I asked you to do it. Eight of you took me up on the challenge. Here are the best of the bunch: Christa Evans, presentation specialist, Santander Consumer USA, paid tribute to a mentor: “A quarter American Indian, whose genuine thoughtfulness inspired many to pay it forward. A…
  • ‘Killing me softly’

    Aditya Agrawal
    23 Mar 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Use adverbs to change, not intensify, meaning Beware adverbs, counsels The Poynter Institute’s Roy Peter Clark. Uneasy listening Use adverbs to change meaning, not to intensify it. Too often, they dilute the meaning of the verb or repeat it: “The building was completely destroyed.” Instead, of using adverbs to intensify meaning, Clark suggests, use them to change meaning. “‘Killing Me Softly’?” he writes. “Good adverb “‘Killing Me Fiercely’? Bad adverb” Good adjectives: Same rule applies to adjectives. Note how these change meaning instead of intensifying it: “Josef…
  • What goes viral?

    Aditya Agrawal
    16 Mar 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Make messages positive, emotional Nearly 6 out of 10 people frequently share online content (PDF). Every time someone shares a link on Facebook, an average of nine people click. Someone tweets a link to a New York Times story every four seconds. Share and share alike Want to boost likes, shares and retweets? Anger your friends or followers or awe them. How can you make your article travel the world, while others just languish at home on the couch? Make your piece positive and emotional, suggest Jonah Berger and Katherine L. Milkman, two professors at the University of Pennsylvania. Together,…
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  • Better Your Blog Traffic in 5 Minutes

    Vanita Cyril
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:13 am
    Hey hey Betties! We’re talking SEO today. Wait! Don’t leave. I know many of my bloggy friends hate SEO and don’t want to hear about keyword research. But girlfriend, today I’m walking you through how to do keyword research in 5 minutes for your how-to tutorials and review posts.  5 Minutes of Keyword Research has the potential to […] The post Better Your Blog Traffic in 5 Minutes by Vanita Cyril appeared first on
  • What Lies Beneath — The Inner Life of your New Business Partner

    Tammy Soong
    16 Apr 2014 | 12:36 am
    When Poppy, Vanita, and I started the Blogging Betties Podcast, we were friends. But like all decent relationships, it took a few months to find out how annoying we all really were. And this, of course, is the funny side to working with new business partners (unless you want to keeel them). When you spend a […] The post What Lies Beneath — The Inner Life of your New Business Partner by Tammy Soong appeared first on
  • BB 007: Niche Blog Success Story with Maryann Collier

    14 Apr 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Episode 7 of the Blogging Betties podcast features a local blogger you may not know. Maryann Collier, of Coupon Savvy in Cowlitz County, has found success with a niche blog targeted at her local community. Maryann started her blog to share with her friends and family the deals she was able to get when she […] The post BB 007: Niche Blog Success Story with Maryann Collier by Poppy appeared first on
  • When Pinterest Gets Ugly

    Tammy Soong
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    My life isn’t particularly “pin-worthy.” Most of the time, it looks a bit like a bad Pinterest board idea: Crap-Filled Family Rooms All the Cupboards I HAVEN’T Organized Magazines I Insist on Keeping but Don’t Read Clothes from the ’90s Places Where You Can Still See the Floor in my Husband’s Office Stuff I’ve Killed […] The post When Pinterest Gets Ugly by Tammy Soong appeared first on
  • BB 006: How Alexandra Rosas Figured Out Her Place in the Blogosphere

    Tammy Soong
    8 Apr 2014 | 3:00 am
    In Episode 6 of the Blogging Betties Podcast, Tammy talks with Alexandra Rosas of Good Day Regular People. Alexandra has used her much-loved blog as a vehicle for finding her voice. She’s parlayed her writing into a number of opportunities with BlogHer, the Huffington Post, Listen to Your Mother, and The Moth (just to name […] The post BB 006: How Alexandra Rosas Figured Out Her Place in the Blogosphere by Tammy Soong appeared first on
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  • Humans Losing Intelligence to Other Species with Less Distractions

    13 Apr 2014 | 11:39 am
    As the planet evolves  this particular time around is different. This time rather then getting more intelligent we are becoming more stupid and lacking far behind on the intelligence scale. We are losing our primitive survival nature and in effect we lose our skills that will help us get through. Instead what we are doing […] The post Humans Losing Intelligence to Other Species with Less Distractions appeared first on CHAOTICNESS.
  • The Future of a Sick World if GMO’s Continue

    Steve C
    11 Apr 2014 | 9:20 am
    Although slightly on the pessimistic side when it comes to getting anything in the citizens favor approved against the never seemingly never ending corrupt corporatism that plagues this country and since the USA in favor of corporatism is no longer the leading power, we should say around the globe. A few things going on as […] The post The Future of a Sick World if GMO’s Continue appeared first on CHAOTICNESS.
  • Some Businesses that have Been Destroyed By Unlicensed Activity in the Recent Years

    Steve C
    9 Apr 2014 | 8:43 am
    We live in a time now where a person must not only think about the costs of schooling, licensing and opening a practice or business. He or she must also think about all of the unlicensed activity that goes on with this business today. It is shocking and surprising the fact that this even goes […] The post Some Businesses that have Been Destroyed By Unlicensed Activity in the Recent Years appeared first on CHAOTICNESS.
  • Was it Feminsm or Male Desperation that Leaves U.S. where it is Today?

    7 Apr 2014 | 12:58 pm
    This country the USA  is in deep trouble and there are many theories as to why it is in trouble some of which being the people that have voted so terribly wrong to vote in such anti US, anti middle class agendas for two terms in a row, following a superiorly failed Eurozone. Next being the fact […] The post Was it Feminsm or Male Desperation that Leaves U.S. where it is Today? appeared first on CHAOTICNESS.
  • What Happened to Egyptian Cotton and Why Do Sheets Suck So Bad Now?

    Steve C
    3 Apr 2014 | 1:51 pm
    One thing at our house is whether tight for money or business is great we always love to have the finest sheets to curl into at night. You know, the sheets that have that cool feel to the body and that amazing super soft material that can only come from real Egyptian cotton. My, things […] The post What Happened to Egyptian Cotton and Why Do Sheets Suck So Bad Now? appeared first on CHAOTICNESS.
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  • Finished My First Course At Udemy (Spreadsheet For Absolute Beginners)

    Bryan Bonifacio
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:22 am
    I always want to learn something when I’m not doing anything. There are a lot of free resources on the internet, from books to video tutorials, blogs to forums and etc. But it is also fun learning from a academy like online. One of a good place to learn online is Udemy. Udemy offers more than 12,00 courses and has grown its students to more than 2 million. Speaking of the studying platform, I have recently finished my first course on it. It’s about the basics of spreadsheet. I have used spreadsheets on my work so I’m no beginner to spreadsheets. Still, I recommend this…
  • Adorable 3-Year-Old Has An Amazing Talent In Dancing

    Bryan Bonifacio
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:55 pm
    This video of a cute kid is more than enough to brighten my day. He performs a very adorable dance and has a lot of charisma. For a 3 year old, this kid is very talented. The post Adorable 3-Year-Old Has An Amazing Talent In Dancing appeared first on Bryan's Blog.
  • Cooking Is Like Having An Out Of this World Adventure

    Bryan Bonifacio
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Everyone needs to see this new ad from Lurpak Cooks Range. An amazing use of effects to make a shot made from kitchen to a otherworldly experience. The film looked liked a trailer for a space journey, egg yolks crushing flour like meteors hitting land, gas stoves that looks like a rocket burner and a carrot that looks like a spaceship. This is surely a different approach in advertising food.   The post Cooking Is Like Having An Out Of this World Adventure appeared first on Bryan's Blog.
  • Students Pull An Amazing April Fools Prank On Teacher

    Bryan Bonifacio
    8 Apr 2014 | 6:45 am
    Everyone who went to school or current students surely had experienced a strict teacher. A teacher who have their set of rules and it’s like committing a crime to go against these rules. To celebrate April Fools Day, a group of college students from Aquinas College pulled up an amazing prank to their macroeconomics professor. This professor have this policy that whenever someone receives a call during class, he or she will answer it on speakerphone. So the students used this to play a call which is set upped. The best part is seeing the professor’s reaction after realizing it…
  • “Unsung Hero” – A Tear-Jerky Life Insurance Ad From Thailand

    Bryan Bonifacio
    4 Apr 2014 | 8:58 pm
    What would you do when you see a stranger in need of help? or a poor child asking for help? Will you help? or just ignore. This new touching advertisement from Thai Life insurance company shows what it’s like to help without looking for any return. A story of a man who thinks about other people before himself. He doesn’t get rich for doing this, yet he receive emotions, emotions of happiness that money can’t buy. The post “Unsung Hero” – A Tear-Jerky Life Insurance Ad From Thailand appeared first on Bryan's Blog.
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  • Request Facebook To Send Your Data in your mail Box

    Muhammad Irfan
    14 Apr 2014 | 3:14 pm
    Many people searching on Google that how to download their Facebook data so i decided to research on it after a long time research today i am going to share how to request Facebook to send your data in you mail box for download you are thinking that's there is any way to download data direct from Facebook so please be patient because Facebook loves your privacy they will send you data only by mail.Also read my previous article: Make Your Blog Private Or Open For Readers onlySo let's startRequest Facebook To Send Your Data in your mail BoxFirst of all login with your Facebook account…
  • Make Your Blog Private Or Open For Readers only

    Muhammad Irfan
    13 Apr 2014 | 5:03 pm
    Make Your Blog Private Or Open For Readers onlyThere could be several reasons behind which usually some sort of Blogger would want to make his/her blog private as well as supply having access to specific users. Many are moving into my head that we are sharing along is many of us develop widgets for the information sites or to offer people through our own information sites and also many of us commonly make a seperate blog regarding testing purpose. These kinds of circumstances connected with information sites have to be meant for open public users these are regarding coders as well as website…
  • 2014 SEO Methods for Your blog Through Social media

    Muhammad Irfan
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:41 pm
    For some times, there has been a agrument in SEO, along with the discussion is actually SEO is actually Dead, My spouse and i don’t think that is valid. My personal examine this specific discussion is actually Social media marketing offers significantly disturbed just how we all talk about and articles, it can be hasn't used the full manage regarding how we search for sites and a few articles on Search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing.Also Read: How To Choose An Attractive Blog TitleSearch engines carry Social networking as being a device connected with indexing articles throughout the…
  • How To Choose An Attractive Blog Title

    Muhammad Irfan
    12 Apr 2014 | 1:51 pm
    How To Choose An Attractive Blog TitleIt must describe your blogIt's most likely that numerous people will see a link in your blog site previous to obtaining the opportunity to actually read it (in search engines like google,  to instance). You know what, in the event simply by investigating the particular identify they could figure exactly what the blog is approximately they will be more likely to visit the idea.Also Read: Some Simple Errors in HTML Tags That you Should AvoidIt have to be simple to rememberSuppose your blog talks about bicycling, health and fitness tips normally.
  • Some Simple Errors in HTML Tags That you Should Avoid

    Muhammad Irfan
    12 Apr 2014 | 5:36 am
    Some Simple Errors in HTML Tags That you Should AvoidMany assume that to get started generating an on-line web site is not required to have got fundamental knowledge in 'languages' ​​like HTML or perhaps CSS seeing that programs aid you create a web site simply together with clicks and a wizard.Also Read: Gmail mails are now saferIn reality that will to some extent this really is reached, however it is very important know very well what is actually composed in rules with each of our sites and if you know builds might know about is able to see, a lot so that we could customize and…
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    Everyday Blog Tips

  • Google Going To Stop Updating Search Results?

    11 Apr 2014 | 2:47 pm
    Is Google Going to stop updating is search results? See what Google Has to say about it.
  • Top 8 Writing Tips – Blog Writing Tips

    11 Apr 2014 | 1:04 pm
    Want to learn how to blog effectively?  Well…. The best thing you can do is make a blog with great content that provides remarkable information to your readers. Your main goal is it enlighten your readers so much that you want to make them share your content with others. Whether they are linking your content to social media sites, there own site, or where ever it might be, that will be beneficial to you. Drawing more traffic to your content by others sharing it. Plus it’s free and can generate tons of traffic. I can’t stress enough how important blog content writing can…
  • The Marketing Process – Simple Steps To Success

    11 Apr 2014 | 11:12 am
    The marketing process can sometime be under-rated by people, and which is should be taken very serious. It’s very important to take the right steps when marketing a business or a product. Planning your marketing process can be crucial and needs to be perfect or you can lose a lot of hard working money. Understand your customers and what they WANT exactly then pitch it to them the best you can. The marketing process is broken down into section that I highly recommend you follow for marketing success. Research Your Competitors – Be sure you do your research on your …
  • Guest Posting To Increase Traffic To Your Site

    8 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    So if you’ve started your own website I’m sure you know the challenges you face when trying to increase genuine traffic. There are many good ways to increase traffic to your site but do you know about all of them? Here I will discuss with you one of the best and most efficient ways to help you attract a bigger audience to your site(s). Guest Posting – What Is It? Guest Posting is the act of leaving a comment on another’s blog with you link in it, or writing an article for someone else’s blog that they will publish on your behalf. This way you control the content…
  • Why I Prefer WordPress & Hostgator For Blogging

    7 Apr 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Why I Prefer WordPress & Hostgator For Blogging I been blogging now for about 5-6 years and been a customer of since day one and never once had a problem. On top of that there support is just amazing. When I first started out they help me out so much when I had no idea what I was doing. offers the best web hosting plans at the best price. HostGator offers web hosting, domains, VPS hosting, reseller hosting, and dedicated servers. They have all your hosting need you will need to get your started off in the right direction. has been supplying people…
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  • Steps to Take Your Blog to the Next Level

    Afzal Zaheer
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:17 pm
    Do you know the most basic aim of almost all the bloggers? Well, it is to take to their blog to the next level. Hence, this is an important thing which is always on the minds of bloggers. Therefore, in order to give them the best solution for the same, I am coming up with some of the sure-cut steps to take your blog to the next level.Develop a Good Content Strategy:Following are the steps to take your blog to the next level by following good content strategy: • In order to come up with great content, you need to strategize yourself regarding the content which you are going to write. •…
  • How Social Media Helps Bloggers to Make Popular Blog

    Tarun Jaitely
    14 Apr 2014 | 11:42 pm
    Social Media has stood out to be a wonderful surprise for blogging fraternity since thanks to its massive outreach, now you can literally connect with any person in the world in just a click. Since, all you have to do is to share your blog post, and if it is interesting, has quality content, informative etc, then your visitors will increase in leaps and bounds with not just ever passing month or day but even with every passing hour. Therefore, considering the burgeoning importance social media, I am compelled to come up with the post where I will be telling you the ways of how social media…
  • Top 5 Best WordPress Hosting Providers

    Afzal Zaheer
    12 Apr 2014 | 11:17 pm
    Do you know that a renowned host provider with proven services can work wonders for your blog? Well, if you are taking the services of a sophisticated company, then it will simply be an added advantage for you towards giving you enough boost which will eventually take your business website or blog to heights. If you aren’t getting the best of hosting services, then it will hamper the growth of your business. Since, you don’t want the server to be down or your website is having other relevant issues. Recently I shared a list of best 6 web hosting providers in 2014 and today I am providing…
  • Elegant Themes Review – Premium Themes for WordPress

    Afzal Zaheer
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:17 pm
    The design of a website matters a lot towards carving a niche for itself. Since, a great and charismatic design speaks volumes about your blog as it carves a niche for itself. Since, who doesn’t like to witness simple, yet effective and interesting design?Hence, here is an Elegant Themes Review in which I will give you reasons to buy Elegant Themes since these themes are known for their awesomeness, quality and will make any body stunned to the core with their reasonably cheap price as well.The popularity of any company can be taken into account by the happy, satisfied and ever growing…
  • How to Make Money with YouTube

    Tarun Jaitely
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:37 pm
    YouTube has stood out to be quite a prominent way to make money. You can make good money from youtube. If you are the one who is looking for smart ways to make money and you want to know as to how to make money from YouTube, then I am going to tell you the ways to make money from youtube.Update Videos on Regular Basis:You can’t earn money by uploading just one or two videos. In order to make money with youtube, you need to upload videos in a frequent manner. Since, if you are one of those people who usually update on regular basis, then your chance of earning money becomes easier as…
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  • 3 Steps To Create A Free Blog Using

    18 Apr 2014 | 6:42 am
    If you are thinking how to create a blog for free the this post will tell you easiest and quick way to create a free blog using, Many people are thinking to start a blog but they think that to start a blog you have to know lots of programming and technical knowledge but let me tell you good news that to you can create a free blog using with little to no programming and technical skills needed you just have to signup using your free Google account to create a blog for freeFor Serious Blogging Tips- How To Create A Popular Blog-Make A Blog Step By Step GuideHowever you…
  • 21 Best Blogging Tips To Become A Successful Blogger

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:11 am
    If you want to become successful blogger then let me tell you that having a blog is not only which will make you successful you have to show dedication, hardwork, research and lots of patience to become a successful blogger  Many people create a blog and think that it will automatically start earning from them but the tale is not going to be as easy to make money by bloggingRead- Full Time Blogging-14 Essential Tips To Become A Full Time Blogger In 1 YearBlogging is growing with millions of new blogs created daily by bloggers but only few blogs stand out and few bloggers become a…
  • Top 21 Affiliate Marketing Tips For Beginners To Make Money

    12 Apr 2014 | 10:49 pm
    Well If you are thinking to start affiliate marketing but are unaware of what affiliate marketing is and how to start affiliate marketing for beginners then this post will give you 21 best tips to start affiliate marketing especially if you are beginner and want to start affiliate marketing on your blog or website But before we get into how to start affiliate marketing let me explain you what affiliate marketing is and how to start affiliate marketing for beginnersPreviously I have written a post on tips and basics of affiliate marketing and how it works I think you must read that post…
  • Affiliate Marketing-What Is Affiliate Marketing?

    12 Apr 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Affiliate Marketing is performance based marketing in which publishers are rewarded for every sale or lead they make for a business and business get the profit by reaching more customers which might be nearly impossible if they don't run affiliate marketing program, You as a publisher get commission for a sale and lead you give to that particular merchant who runs affiliate marketing program and in response merchant get more business by using affiliate marketingMust Read- Top 21 Affiliate Marketing Tips For Beginners To Make MoneyRecently I have been asked by my friend what is affiliate…
  • Best Social Media Marketing Strategies For Your Blog Success

    10 Apr 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Best Social Media Marketing Strategies For Blog-If you have been blogging for a while or have a fairly new blog then you might be wondering which social media networking site is best for my blog and what social media marketing strategies to adopt to get more followers and gain more readers There are many social networking sites and social media marketing strategies followed by different bloggers and webmastersRead- 18 Benefits Of Installing Disqus Comment System On Your BlogSo which social media marketing strategies can be very useful for your blog and for your brand then there are…
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  • Nearby Friends: Facebook Now Shares Your Location

    Matt Bodell
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:03 am
    Today, Facebook has introduces an optional feature for their smart-phone welding members. Nearby Friends helps you discover which friends are nearby or on the go. If you activate the Nearby Friends feature you will be alerted when friends are nearby so you can easily get in touch and meet up with them. Facebook have attached great importance to ensuring […] The post Nearby Friends: Facebook Now Shares Your Location appeared first on Akufu.
  • The Idiot’s Guide to Amazing SEO on WordPress

    Matt Bodell
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:40 am
    WordPress is a fantastic out-of-the-box content management system but, by itself, it isn’t great at achieving high rankings in Google’s search results. It needs a little bit of help. Here are our Idiot’s Guide to Amazing SEO on WordPress. WordPress has two main issues; duplicate content and keyword stuffing. Duplicate Content The biggest issue WordPress has is […] The post The Idiot’s Guide to Amazing SEO on WordPress appeared first on Akufu.
  • Blizzard’s Hearthstone Finally Arrives on the iPad

    Matt Bodell
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:56 pm
    After much anticipation, Blizzard newest release; Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has finally arrived on iOS however at this time is it limited to the iPad – it is unknown if an iPhone version will be released in the future, however this is doubtful. After a successful PC and Mac launch earlier this year Hearthstone has grabbed the attention of […] The post Blizzard’s Hearthstone Finally Arrives on the iPad appeared first on Akufu.
  • Is Submitting a Blog Post To Blogger & Tumblr a Bad Idea?

    Matt Bodell
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:57 am
    Duplicate contact is a concern for any webmaster as Google penalises it quite heavily resulting in lower search engine rankings and therefore fewer hits. The big questions is; ‘Is Submitting a Blog Post To Blogger & Tumblr a Bad Idea?’ - does this submission count as duplicate content and would you be penalised as a result? Let’s […] The post Is Submitting a Blog Post To Blogger & Tumblr a Bad Idea? appeared first on Akufu.
  • The 3 Most Epic Text Message Pranks Of All Time

    Matt Bodell
    15 Apr 2014 | 1:27 pm
    The internet is littered with funny text message pranks. This guy however takes pranking strangers to a whole new level. Here is what I think to be, The 3 Most Epic Text Message Pranks Of All Time!  Think you have a funnier prank? Post it in the comments…! The post The 3 Most Epic Text Message Pranks Of All Time appeared first on Akufu.
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