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Comment on How One Couple Drastically Changed Their Life by Blogging by Laurie Stone

Congratulations on changing your life. Following your passion takes courage. I can’t think of any greater life than writing and publishing. Its not easy, but the rewards are huge. Good luck! Powered by WPeMatico

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Comment on 10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger by Theodore Nwangene

Great post Larry, Blogging is never an easy job no matter how easy some people makes it to sound, there are so many things that will always tend to stand on your way towards being a successful blogger but what will separate you from others is exactly the way you overcome those things. I agree […]

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Comment on How One Couple Drastically Changed Their Life by Blogging by Theodore Nwangene

Hello Gina, This is really an interesting story and i love the decision you took, i believe its for the better. I also understand that it wasn’t an easy one but its good you were able to follow your heart. Blogging is the best thing anyone can make and i know that we all can […]

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Comment on 10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger by Sue Bride

Since I’ve started concentrating on areas that inspire me the most, I’m much more focused and less likely to sidetracked online which was my main problem. I have no issue with external distractions, even more so now I’m going rather deaf. So my main recommendation is not to wear your hearing aids I use different […]

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Comment on 10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger by Design Theory

I like the idea of dressing up. Working from home has made me pretty lazy when it comes to my attire. I usually only dress up if I’m heading out for meetings or after hours events. When I used to have to work in an office daily, my dress up routine was completely different, but […]

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Comment on How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog Through Your Archived Material on Facebook by Brent

I realise that videos are the way of the future. Can you recommend any video making software that will make it easy and inexpensive to create great video material on my PC? Powered by WPeMatico

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How to Bond With Your Readers: The Pain and Glory of Writing

Have you ever shied away from writing a scene in your story because it was too painful? Because it triggered memories you’d rather forget? You were thrust back into trauma: a marital breakup, bereavement, personal humiliation or some other horrific event. Yet, if you dumb down that scene you’ll wreck the story. Even if your experience […]

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How to Create Great Content For Your Blog – Q&A, Part 1

Today’s episode of the ProBlogger podcast is a melting pot of your inquiries – really diverse topics, such as: Should I share personal posts on my business blog? How often should I be posting on my blog? How do you develop compelling content? What days of week/time of day are best to post? How did […]

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Creative Writing Exercise: Write About Your Most-Loved Pet

Would you like to write about your most-love pet? Is there a story you remember about him or her? Here is a pet story I came across recently: When Moe, the dog died, three-year-old Luke Westbrook pined for his four-legged friend. In the end, Luke’s mother came up with the idea to write a weekly letter […]

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20 Tips on Writing Building a Great Blog [Watch the Blab Replay]

Live streaming technologies seem to be everywhere at the moment with the release of tools like Meerkat, Periscope and Facebook Live. While other tools – like Google Hangouts and older tools like Ustream have been around for years it seems that these new tools are getting easier to use and have better and better features. […]

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