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5 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Blogging

5 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Blogging
22 Aug 2011

Blogging We all make mistakes. I’ve blogged full-time since late 2008, after roughly a year of going at it. While I love the lifestyle of blogging for a living, I can’t help but kick myself every time I think back about my first year or two blogging, and what I wish I could change. If you’re just starting out, here are some powerful concepts that are important even when you’re beginning — delaying and waiting could be ...

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Can Plato’s Forms add Wisdom to Blogging?

Can Plato’s Forms add Wisdom to Blogging?
24 Nov 2009

Blogging News While I participate in the alpha and beta testing for many web services, this is the first time I am writing about a pre-alpha product.  However, I think that the concept behind Plato’s Forms could be key to the future of blogging.  With so many blogs and so much misinformation in the wild, there is a need to create a venue for bloggers to communicate with the companies they are writing about. On three occasions, I have been asked by the ...

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PostRank Integrates your Blog Analytics

PostRank Integrates your Blog Analytics
29 Sep 2009

Software & Programs Figuring out the complete picture of how your blog is doing involves analyze your visitors, your RSS readers, your email recipients, your Twitter followers and nay other social media site where your blog is discussed or linked with.  Figuring out the analytics for any one of these systems can be a challenge, but getting all of this information in one place has extremely  difficult.  PostRank has launched PostRank Analytics as a way to help ...

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Five Ways To Develop Reader Relationships

Five Ways To Develop Reader Relationships
27 Sep 2009

Promote your blog With almost one million blogs being posted on the Internet every twenty four hours, it might difficult if not impossible for you to get noticed and have your blog read by a loyal audience. So it stands to reason that what you need to do is start some kind of relationship with your readers since you’ll want them to comment and link to your blog. Here are five ways that you can accomplish this goal. Be Constant Loyal readers need you to be ...

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Rebadge Your Blog Content With Zinepal

Rebadge Your Blog Content With Zinepal
17 Sep 2009

Blogging If you’re looking for a way to rebadge your blog content, one of the best new tools around now is Zinepal. Amazingly, its creators are marketing the tool to busy and mobile readers, editors and journalists and special interest groups, but I think they’re missing a trick by not targeting blog publishers. Let me tell you how it works and you can judge for yourself. Collect Your Content Zinepal allows you to collect content from web ...

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Help A Reporter Out – Blog Publicity

Help A Reporter Out – Blog Publicity
15 Sep 2009

Blogging Every blogger is always looking for ways to get publicity and links to their blog or website.  Help a Reporter Out (HARO) is a great example of a site that might just get you on the “publicity” map.  Each day, Peter Shankman the founder of HARO, sends our 2-3 emails with a list of reporters who are looking for experts and stories about specific subjects. If you fit the bill and reply quickly – you might get the publicity that ...

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500 years of Newspapers – How many years of blogs?

500 years of Newspapers – How many years of blogs?
05 Aug 2009

Blogging News While the blogging “industry” is still in it’s infancy, I wonder if the blogosphere will have the lifespan of a giant tortoise at close to 200 years in captivity or the less than a decade lifespan of the Betamax videocassette.  Will blogs continue to evolve or will they one day follow the newspapers into the world of cold and harsh oblivion>? Let’s briefly consider the life spans of the newspaper and the blog to begin ...

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