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5 Reasons to Not Monetize your Blog

When entering the realm of blogging, the first thing that many people do is focus on the potential monetary value. This is where you begin to distinguish a bad blog from a good blog ,or if you have a knack for writing, a good blog from a great one. 370 more words

Connecting with Bloggers

I’ve been particularly interested in communicating with bloggers as of late. It seems to me that there are so many interesting people all over the world, and blogging puts them at just a message way. 679 more words

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6 Blogging Mistakes To Avoid

Hello my lovelies,

So I’ve been doing this for a while – I wouldn’t say I’m experienced, but I’ve had nearly a whole year on here to make and observe mistakes, so I thought today I’d share some of the mistakes that you should avoid at all costs, and therefore some of the things that I think make a good blog. 801 more words


Blogging Advice, Tips and Blog Strategies - 1/21/16

I have decided to make Thursday my day to purge myself of all the “mistakes” I see each week as I visit and read other bloggers’ pages.   998 more words


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More great blogging advice from Danny. If you haven't visited his site Dream Big, Dream Often then when you get a chance, go visit!

This X Doesn't Mark the Spot

I am not sure when it happened, but somewhere in the last couple of years I stopped crossing the days off of my calendar. Whatever reason it is that you do it, not doing it has certainly helped me tackle that whole living in the moment thing everyone raves about. 337 more words


2016 Blogging Tips For Startups

When you are starting you first blog or a new one for your startup online business, you are going to want to approach your blog in a different way than what was known as “the standard” for previous years. 323 more words

Write with your head, not the heart

Over the past few months I have come to some realisation on how I perceive myself in writing. From what started off as a pre teenage dream now stands as something dead serious, to me anyway. 944 more words