Archive for September, 2015

Can Blogging Help Museums Appeal To Millenials?

POSTED BY   /  27 September, 2015  

In the age of the endless Tumblr scroll, museums are facing a new and unique challenge – why would anyone want to walk around looking at pictures on the wall when they could do the same thing from the comfort of their bed? What’s more, museums only house a few hundred pieces of art – […]..
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Four Tips For Starting Your Own Blog

POSTED BY   /  26 September, 2015  

Blogging has many uses. It can be a great outlet for your passion, or just a way to express your thoughts and feelings. Your blog could be personal, but it could also be a professional blog where you share tips with customers or even with other businesses. Starting a blog is probably the easy part […]..
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5 Ways To Blog About Your Job Hunt

POSTED BY   /  25 September, 2015  

Sometimes it’s not possible or feasible to be a professional blogger who is instantly able to make a career out of said blog. It’s tough to make money just writing from a personal standpoint, so often another job of some sort is going to be in the mix. So why not blog about the job […]..
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5 Tips For Blogging About Security and Privacy

POSTED BY   /  24 September, 2015  

Almost everyone these days has some type of concern over security and privacy, especially when it comes to matters of their mobile devices and desktop computers. If you’re a blogger and you cover news and information about this topic, it’s important that you keep a few things in mind while doing your writing in order […]..
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Best Blogging Practices: From Home Or Away?

POSTED BY   /  19 September, 2015  

With mobile technology and mobile resources the way they are, it’s easier than ever to write and submit blog posts from wherever you are, so what are some of the indications that you would be more successful doing your blog from a home or home office or perhaps on the go? To answer this question, […]..
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5 Ways To Focus Your Blog For Greater Reader Interest

POSTED BY   /  14 September, 2015  

If you begin to feel stagnant when it comes to the topics that you’re writing about for your blog, it may be time to start focusing in deeper on specific things. Though it may sound counterintuitive, in fact, when you aim for a smaller audience, you’ll actually get greater reader interest. To help you start […]..
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5 Techniques for Blogging About Money    

POSTED BY   /  13 September, 2015  

There is a huge audience when considering writing about the gigantic and perpetually interesting topic of money. That’s why there are so many people who write about it, both generally and with regard to specific subcategories of the topic. However, if you want to differentiate yourself within the mold of the money blogger, there are […]..
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4 Necessary Articles for Your Health and Fitness Blog

POSTED BY   /  12 September, 2015  

Congratulations on starting your blog! Those first few posts are going to be a huge influence on what kind of following you generate. Are you trying to focus on one group of people or the wider athletic crowd? No matter your precise focus, with an overarching theme like “health and fitness” you are going to […]..
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Tips for Generating Blog Traffic With Evolving Topics

POSTED BY   /  1 September, 2015  

Static topics in blogs can have a lot of evergreen appeal, but sometimes it’s nice to write about things that will consistently generate new traffic. The best way to work this angle is by occasionally writing about evolving topics. If you haven’t considered this route before, here are a few tips to get that traffic […]..
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