Monthly Archives: March 2010

Toodledo: A Practical To Do List

To be clear, Toodledo is not the prettiest looking app in the world nor is it the most feature-rich. It does one thing and it does it very well, manage your todo list. You won’t be awed by the interface or even the innovative new features, but you will be impressed by how fast, powerful […]

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Blogging Then And Now

If you were starting a new blog today what’s the first thing you would do? I’ve just started a new blog and I started thinking about the difference between my first blog and this one. Here are some of the things I looked at. Then I bought a domain, tying it vaguely to some of […]

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What is Plot? Can it Help My Non-Fiction Writing?

Here at BloggingTips.com I generally focus my writing towards non-fiction writers and bloggers. But I am aware that many fiction writers also blog and visit the site. In my post, Using Fiction Writing to Improve Your Non-Fiction Writing, I suggested studying fiction to improve your non-fiction writing. Today I want to cover what some call […]

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Caution: Too Much Can Stunt You.

Is it possible to read too many blogs? When thinking of what to talk about for this blogging tips.com post I began to panic because I was not coming up with any ideas. I thought that I’d go and read a few blogs from my feed reader including my list of virtual mentors. Virtual Mentors […]

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Tighten Those Blogs Up

When you look through a sample of all the content that’s being written on the Internet there are a few things that you’ll notice and one of the first is there’s a lot of bad writing out there. It even makes sense because you don’t need any real training to get involved with a blog […]

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