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Making Your Blog Easy on the Eyes

Making Your Blog Easy on the Eyes

Today’s post is a throw-back to my years spent as a newspaper copywriter and covers some presentation and formatting basics that will hopefully help each of us maintain an easy-to-understand, easy-on-the-eyes blog. Give you blog a quick once over by checking the following: An easy-to-read font Space between paragraphs A font that is large enough […]

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My Favorite Blogging Tools

My Favorite Blogging Tools

Here is my “Top Ten” list of blogging tools I couldn’t blog without: TEN – A good FTP (file transfer protocol) program for uploading files to my sites. I use two — Filezilla for PC and Fetch for Mac. NINE – A good browser. I’ve used FireFox for years, and it’s by far my favorite, […]

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NO Other Gods??

NO Other Gods??

“For I AM God—and I only—and there is none like me…” Isaiah 46:10 No other gods?  Well of course not!  Do we really have to worry about whether we have other gods or idols in our life today? At first glance it may seem the answer is a resounding NO!  But stop and consider: what could […]

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Types of Social Media Sites

Types of Social Media Sites

It’s easier to navigate the maze of online social media sites if you understand the different site categories and the purpose of each type. The social media world consists of two segments: social and media. To optimize your experience with each type of social media, it’s best to participate in the communities you choose to […]

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Brainstorming Blog Posts

Brainstorming Blog Posts

Incorporating elements of fiction into our blogs can make our blog posts more memorable. This post will take us behind the scenes, so to speak, and discuss the pre-writing process that takes up much of a novelist’s (and blogger’s) time — brainstorming. The world is full of distractions that can prevent us from losing our […]

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Tips for Social Media Etiquette

Tips for Social Media Etiquette

In the roaring ’20s before the great market crash, many people had become wealthy almost over night. However, their new-found financial status didn’t come with the knowledge of how to act properly in society. Emily Post took it upon herself to train the masses through her popular book, titled simply, Etiquette. The word “etiquette,” translates […]

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Keys to Online Success

Keys to Online Success

In 1999, Michael Dell gave a presentation to the Detroit Economic Club. His message was simple — how to create a successful online business. At a time when few people owned a home computer, some scoffed that such advice was even necessary, but others embraced it. The substance of that talk is the basis for […]

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Does Anybody Read Your Blog?

Does Anybody Read Your Blog?

The biggest complaint I hear as a blog coach is “Nobody reads my blog!” I’m going to share with you the top three reasons why people don’t read blogs, plus ways you can overcome them. 1. People don’t know about your blog. If the only people reading your blog are your close friends and family, […]

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