12 Ways to Avoid Blogging Burnout

I think everyone who has consistently maintained a blog for any length of time has faced the issue of burnout. Sometimes it’s difficult to keep moving forward, and these situations lead many bloggers to quit. With the tips listed below you will be able to prevent a major burnout in your blogging efforts. 1 – […]

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Using Social Media to Find Quality Information

There are plenty of articles, including some of my own, that focus on techniques for drawing traffic from social media websites like Digg, StumbleUpon and del.icio.us, but there is very little written about using these social media sites to find quality information. The point may seem illogical since social media sites supposedly show the best, […]

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The Value of a Network

Every successful blogger is part of a network of other bloggers. The community aspect is extremely important for a number of reasons that we’ll look at below. Building a strong network is not difficult, but it does require you to be proactive. What can a network do for me? First of all I should clarify […]

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Designing to Save Time on Maintenance

If you’ve ever tried to redesign a website (especially one that was designed by someone other than yourself) you know how frustrating it can be. Even performing routine maintenance can be difficult if you don’t spend a lot of time on the site and you’re not familiar with the structure. There are a few things […]

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Give Your Linkbait a Boost

Linkbait is a proven method for growing traffic to your blog and increasing your search engine rankings. But sometimes your linkbait might not take off like you hoped it would. In these cases a little bit of creative marketing can make all the difference. Although the whole premise of linkbait is to gain links without […]

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