Monthly Archives: July 2009

Blogging for Results: Whose Face Are You In Today?

If you happen to have a teenager, then you know how this feels: you have something important to share, you want to teach, and your intentions are pure and loving.  Even if you come off sounding like a self-righteous politician who’s just been caught with their knickers down.  Because you know you’re right. And still, […]

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Add Facebook’s Value to Twitter with fb140

fb140 is a tool that lets you find your Facebook friends on Twitter. It does so by scanning your Facebook friends’ visible profile information to see if they’ve listed a Twitter URL, then providing you with their Twitter information. Why would you want to use such a tool? It connects you with existing friends on […]

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Choosing Words Wisely: Common Misused Words

We have many words in the English language that are pronounced the same, but the spelling and meaning are different.  Many people confuse these words and often choose the word that’s incorrect.  This can change the whole meaning of what the writer intended to say because the message often becomes unclear. In most cases, the […]

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Troubleshooting WordPress Problems

It’s what every blogger fears. Something has gone wrong with their blog. It could be something minor, such as, as with my case, excerpts not working, or it could be something major, such as the site’s home page being nothing more than an error. This is not the time to panic. Most problems with WordPress […]

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31 Great Free E-Books

In my announcement post for Blogging Tips first e-book yesterday I mentioned briefly that blogging, making money online and marketing are topics that I would like to cover in e-books in the future. I do plan on covering these topics in the future but in the mean time I would first like to write about […]

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