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I haven’t taken a blogging ‘challenge’ in a very long time. My fellow writer friend, Jacqueline, encouraged her readers to write a positive post about women bloggers. In order to fully understand the comments below, I encourage you to read Jacqueline’s post first, so you have the background story regarding the original author’s statements. Here […]Continue reading
When I first began blogging I wondered, “Should I be posting this material now? I really want a lot of people to view this particular post and I don’t have many readers at the moment. Maybe I should wait and just post so-so content at first. I’ll post my better stuff when I have more […]Continue reading
*Update on July 2, 2012 : Why do so many small business owners dislike reviews and giveaways now? ### Okay. As promised I’m eating cake (Rick is at the store buying some now as I don’t have time to bake!) after a long and healthy discussion on the blog related to DoFollow and NoFollow links. […]Continue reading
Guest post by Danielle Cantrel Static cling: It’s a problem that affects people worldwide, a terrible affliction that – okay, just kidding. Static cling is annoying but it won’t cause the downfall of civilization. (Probably.) There are a number of remedies you can try to get rid of static cling, some of which might just […]Continue reading
Long ago I ran across a blog post that talked about this topic. Sorry – I cannot recall the post! What stuck with me was the statement that giving credit to your source is a sign of security. Those who give credit are secure enough to share the spotlight with someone else. I liked that […]Continue reading
Some of you have been asking for an update on the Reliable Blogger lists. Here’s what I can tell you: Our first list contained about 60 bloggers Our second list contained about 60 bloggers Our third list is ready for creation and will contain about 100 bloggers (there may be less, after I have weeded […]Continue reading