Wow Article From Daniel Mcgonagle

As readers of this blog will remember I have often put great emphasis on maintaining integrity, honesty and decency in what one recommends. Luckily, I can save hours writing what is already available online if you go read Daniel Mcgonagle’s article entitled “Footprints in Cyberspace — Are You Following Bad Advice From False Gurus?
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One BIG Advantage In Hosting Your Blog

I came across something rather funny. I had hosted three subjects (awaiting the right domain name, and testing whether there was an audience for the niches) using Blogger. I clicked “Next blog” at the top of the screen, and – beieve me – you don’t want your kids to use that type of service.
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WordPress 2.4 Looking Interesting Indeed…

A belated Happy New Year to all readers. 🙂

Sorry for not having updated you earlier, but I wanted to share a video with you on the new administrator’s panel, and also update you on there being discussions about 2.3.2 being the last version before 2.5 in March, but others talk of January 24th for the version 2.4.
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No Second Mail Any Day!

Everyone should carefully consider pros and cons before pressing the “Send” button. Many have committed the unpardonable sin when they have sent their list a second mail on the same day. “Just to make sure you get this”, or “not quite sure you received this”…
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Why All The Fuss About PPC-rates?

Don’t fall for all the mails currently circulating about how poor rates people seem to be getting. Some have created trashy sites, and as a result of it are being penalized with poor performance. Here’s how some of it works.
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Think, Think and Think Again

It is always a good idea to think before you speak. The same goes when writting to your list. Ask yourself some key questions before you decide to write:

  • Will my list benefit from this?
  • Would I appreciate the information if I were the recipient
  • Is the content new and fresh?
  • Have you added an extra benefit for those who might already have heard of your product?

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Finding and Building Upon Your Creativity

Let’s face it. Most of us have overlooked a very essential part in why we blog. First of all, the fact that WordPress has given us a SHORTCUT to blogging HAS been emphasized on this blog, but have you thought about the fact that your IDEAS should NOURISH the blog.
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Why Some Choose Not To Have Ads

Many people are rather skeptical, and that is part of the explanation as to why some choose not to have ads on their websites. Some, erroneously, believe they can’t avoid competition from others in their field of business. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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Comments Turned On — Part of Blogs Supreme

If you want to have one of the very best blogs you will quickly find that having comments turned on will be one of your best investments. Some blogs use ratings but these 1-5 stars only bring part of the interesting picture.
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Running polls

A feature you will soon read more about is running polls. Polls offer you a nice opportunity to “test” what your readers feel on certain subjects, and offer an excellent way to target your blog articles to the right audience.
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