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And now for something completely different

And now for something completely different

Last month I decided to expand my book venue and spent an enjoyable November creating a series of optical illusion coloring books that I published in December. 14 more words

Writing Blog

15+ Ways to Boost Your Website Traffic (4 min read)

1. Facebook remarketing Facebook is a great promotion tool whether you’re in the B2B or B2C industry. But did you know you can set up remarketing audiences in Facebook? 32 more words

Welsh Business News

Dear Writers, Here’s How You Can Transform Your Life in 6 Minutes a Day (2 min read)

Some writers invest hours on these practices, but here’s how you can do it in one minute for each — or six minutes total — to see extraordinary results. 433 more words

Millionaire's Digest

5 Ways to Stay Consistent in Your Blogging Schedule (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mliae A.

Founder & Owner of: Life Experiment Blog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Travel Writer

We’ve all been there: One day you can’t stop the constant flow of blog ideas from bouncing around in your brain, and the next day … Crickets. 290 more words

Millionaire's Digest

13+ Different Types of Content You Can Use for Your Blog (3 min read)

1. Quote collection: No matter what subject your website covers, there’s a quote (or, better yet, a collection of quotes) out there that will inspire your readers. 800 more words

Millionaire's Digest

Getting People to Actually Read Your Blog Posts Rather than Like It (3 min read)

1. Create Eye Catching Headlines

The first part of being readable is getting your reader’s attention, which starts with the headline. Interestingly, while eight out of 10 people will read your headline, only two out of 10 will read the rest. 577 more words

Millionaire's Digest

3 Ways to Find Inspiration (1 min read)

Shut the computer.

When I need inspiration but my mind won’t play along, I shut the computer or whatever I’m working on and walk away. Then, when I’m doing something totally unrelated — taking a shower, gardening, driving somewhere or lying in bed half asleep — that’s when the light bulb comes on. 167 more words

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