Monthly Archives: November 2009

Nov 30

Your Blog: A Few Notes For Survival

By Patricia Vennes | Blogging

Blogging Tips is all about tips to help your blog thrive. There are marketing tips, writing tips, application tips, and plugins. There is even useful information on this site about more technical things such as coding, links, SEO, and software. It’s easy to say that if you need to make your blog better this site […]

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Nov 29

More Self Editing Tips

By Rob Starr | Blogging , Promote your blog

One of the most important steps to writing a good blog is knowing how to self edit. Knowing how to do this important part properly actually frees you up to be able to write a first draft closer to what you imagined simply because you’re not worried about spelling and grammar through the first run. […]

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Nov 27

Blogging Lessons From a Cat

By Patti Stafford | Writing

What can a cat (or dog) teach you about your readers? I will use a cat in this analogy because they are generally more free-roaming than dogs, but the same lessons can be learned from a dog. My cat usually goes outside at night. Cats are nocturnal by nature; outside is where “the wild things” […]

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Nov 27

Sendible – Your Ultimate Messaging Center

By Charnita Fance | Social Media

Sendible lets you connect all of the major social networks, plus a few more so that you can send messages directly from the site. Sendible currently supports: BrightKite, Facebook, FriendFeed, LinkedIn, MySpace, Blogger, Plurk, Tumblr, Twitter, Bebo, Flickr, AOL email, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, contacts, and contacts. One of Sendible’s greatest assets is the ability to schedule your status updates. You […]

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