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5 New Year’s Resolutions Authors Should Make in 2014

It’s January again, which means time for New Year’s resolutions. It’s easy for resolutions to become bigger-than-life, difficult to keep, and discouraging. While the big dreams are necessary, it’s often […]

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10 Holiday Season Blog Prompts

‘Tis the season to be busy. There are parties to attend, presents to buy and/or make, meals to cook, traditions to celebrate, family to visit, and a million and one […]

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It’s Time to Switch Away From Google Reader

Switch away from Google Reader

Are you reading this in Google Reader? If so, this should be the last post of ours that you read in Google Reader. It’s time to make the switch. Readers, […]

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How to Use Google Plus to Easily Record A Video Blog

When someone talks about the advantages of video blogging for your author platform does your heart start to race with that how-am-I-going-to-find-time-to-learn-another-new-thing feeling? First you’d have to figure out what technology you […]

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How To Do a Reverse Image Search

Google Image Search

Find out if people are stealing your images, words, or identity with a simple reverse image search. We’ll show you how.

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How to Add “Click to Tweet” to Your Blog Posts

Click to tweet

Ever wonder how authors add “Click to tweet” in their blog posts? We’ll show you how to use Click to Tweet and drive traffic to your blog.

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Our Viral Blog Post Formula

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We’re sharing our secret blog post formula with the rest of the world. Good blog posts should happen more often. We’re helping that happen.

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How We Grew Our Traffic By 323% in 15 Months

Do you want to grow your traffic? We’ll show you how we grew our traffic by 323% in just 15 months.

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If You Write Two Different Kinds of Books, Do You Need Two Different Websites?

Liz Curtis Higgs

Liz Curtis Higgs answers the question – “If you write two different kinds of books…do you need two different websites?” The answer may surprise you.

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How to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure From Hackers

Computer hacker

Every day, an army of evil computers are trying to hack into WordPress sites. Have you fallen victim? Here’s how to protect yourself.

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