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Don’t Forget to Use Your Own Products

Sometimes we get so invested and insulated in the process of creating our own products that we forget to actually them ourselves. Over the past year, I’ve found that concepting and building WordPress themes for our prospective customers that I personally have gotten removed from using them for the same purpose that we’re building them […]

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Advice I Give My Clients Blogging Tips

Get a Comments Policy for Your Blog

I like the comments policy of the Blog Herald. It’s a good idea and something I’ll probably be doing on my blogs as I continue to get spam, and otherwise irritating and distracting comments on posts. If you blog for long in almost any field (unrelated to your dog or cat), you’ll find self-promoters who […]

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Advice I Give My Clients Blogging Tips

Removing The Date from Posts

Seeing this article at Daily Blog Tips about removing the timestamp from posts got me thinking. I get a significant amount of Google search engine traffic (50-60 percent on average) on my main blog (as well as my other ones), so I know many people are finding my site through single posts. And most of […]

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Pavlina: Become an Expert, Create Value

Professional blogger Steve Pavlina answers 11 questions from Daniel at Daily Blog Tips. Number 8 was worth reading the entire post. Daniel’s question was: If you could give an advice for a novice blogger, what would it be? Here’s Pavlina’s response: Don’t be a novice. Nobody wants to read a novice. Instead become an expert […]

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Google PageRank, Fortune Telling and BCS Football

According to Daniel and Bob, Google is updating their PageRank stuff, which in laymen’s terms means … how King Google determines your worth, value and significance (not personally, I think). Evidentally, they use some sort of fancy, smanchy math formula (alga-rhythm or is it algo-rithmm-m) to determine who matters in cyberspace in their search results […]