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The Paradox of What Makes Something Go Viral (For Food, Travel, Photography Bloggers & More)

So what’s the secret to making something go viral? It starts with making something that people have no choice but to care about.

Something both so personal, but simultaneously so universal and human that not sharing it would seem selfish or “out of whack.” 62 more words


What's the the Secret to Creating Amazing Content for Your Readers...? (For Book, Travel & Food Bloggers)

1. Radical transparency.

Want to really blow people away? Give them your secrets! The idea of radical transparency is to give all the secrets away that all the big names don’t want others to know. 490 more words


Kolkata Baabu Moshayes gear up for their last match!

Nivedita Basu’s Kolkata Baabu Moshayes have won hearts thanks to their team spirit, brilliant performance and off screen masti. Now, the team is nearing the end as they battle it out in their final match. 229 more words

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3 Ways To Find Inspiration (For Beauty, Book, Travel Bloggers & More!)

1. Shut your computer.

When you  need inspiration but your mind won’t play along, shut your computer or whatever you’re working on and walk away. Then, when you’re doing something totally unrelated — taking a shower, gardening, driving somewhere or lying in bed half asleep — that’s when the light bulb should comes on. 115 more words


SADD Field Trip

Photo Credit: Agostino D’Ancona  

By Shane Wittman

Members of Salisbury High School’s SADD club (Students Against Destructive Decisions) recently went on a field trip to the Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Mack Boulevard location and attended the Lehigh Valley DUI Highway Safety Task Force’s Youth Conference. 327 more words


Mitch Docker and his Life in the Peloton

Mitch Docker has become a bit of a cult hero of mine, and he’s recently launched his own podcast, Life in the Peloton.

The Orica-GreenEdge rouleur has built up a bit of a profile through the OGE Backstage Pass, where he’s always a smiling presence on the team bus, but his own podcast featuring long, open interviews with teammates and others shows there’s a lot more depth to him. 259 more words

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