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Help A Reporter Out – Blog Publicity

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 […]

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OneWebDay

The blogosphere is an amazing collection of people around the world – a collection that is still largely untapped in it’s power.  However, various efforts are underway to find ways to harness this power.   An upcoming example is OneWebDay a global event that has been celebrated every September 22 since 2006.  The idea behind OneWebDay […]

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Bedside Blogging – CarePages

Some people blog looking for fame.  Other bloggers are searching for their fortune.  This week I was introduced to a new universe of bloggers – those who blog for support and help as they struggle with a more basic need – the need to be healthy.  CarePages is an online community of millions of people […]

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Comments, Balancing Risks and Benefits

As you set up your first blog, you’ll need to decide how you’ll want to manage the comments that come in. As most experienced bloggers have learned, an open “anything goes” policy has some significant drawbacks. One of the main reasons you’ll want to monitor and filter comments is to combat comment spam, which has […]

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