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Three Pieces of Great Life Advice I Gleaned From Twitter Today

Sounds weird right? Twitter is the negative capital of the world it would seem. It seems almost like a magnet for negativity and arguing. Boy, I spent too much of my life during the last decade engaging in both, and still do at times, although I’m much more conscious of it. #1 Chase Jarvis. I …

A Blogger’s Blue Print – Chapter 1

Comment! Search for and visit sites and forums with topics that you are interested in. Read the posts, and make thoughtful, sincere comments. Of course put your name and site address in the comment form. This “puts you out there,” gets you exposure and drives traffic to your site. The better the comment, the more …

How to Find Something To Blog About

“Everything important always begins from something trivial.” – Donald Hall, Poet Laureate of the U.S. 2006 *Update 10/27/09 This is probably already in there or at least the sense of it is, but it was like today I had nothing to write about or at least that I was interested in. And I told myself, …

Increase Visitor Length Time on Your Blog

So, I’ve been reading Copyblogger lately and I highly suggest that you do too if you are interested in blogging professionally, and one thing I noticed that they do: At the end of their posts they usually have 4 or 5 Related article links, and I know that’s nothing new, but the key is they …

An Easy Step to Increase Your Blog’s Authenticity

Don’t you like information that’s simple, effective and that you can put to use right away? I thought so. Me too. Here’s one: Put your contact information clearly on the front page of your blog. Notice how Guy Kawasaki notes that most bloggers don’t! I said, “What?” And then I realized, although I have a “Contact” …