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January 21, 2014

How to Write Longer Blog Posts

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Like every good blogger, there are days where you just can’t get enough words on the page. However, there are some techniques that can make your blog posts longer with it seeming like a lot more work. Writing about interesting topics, outlining your posts, and including images are all ways that can help make posts longer. read more

January 8, 2014

5 Ways to Cut Website Hosting Costs

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website hosting​Building, publishing, and maintaining a website can be a lot of work: but it doesn’t have to come with a lot of cost, thanks to our website hosting tips to help you save. Here are five easy steps to extreme savings on hosting packages:

Buy longer periods of time

The easiest way to cut website hosting costs by 50% or more is an easy one: buy longer subscriptions each time you renew. Like most subscription-based services, web hosting companies like myHosting and HostPapa offer longer terms of service at deeply discounted rates. A quick, simple way to save a bundle, and make sure your website is up and running for years to come. read more

January 4, 2014

Where to Find Freelance Blogging Jobs

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Whether you are a blogger for your own blog or for others’ (or both!) finding the best freelance blogging jobs can sometimes be a difficult one. There are so many websites out there claiming to offer legitmate writing jobs, but there aren’t many out there that are actual, legitimate leads. read more

December 22, 2013

API Development: How Important Are Terms of Service to Development?

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With APIs, ecommerce has become a new focus of the Silicon tech elite. But any venture requires a terms of service, which can hurt or help the relationship. If the terms appear too flimsy or the reputation of the site is not good, the terms might not lend credibility to the platform.

Think carefully before deploying changes to the terms, and as a developer, carefully review terms before your idea is yanked out from under your feet. read more

December 12, 2013

How to Choose A Graphic Designer

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Congratulations! You need a graphic designer — usually a sign that you’ve reached the point where what you’re doing now has an audience. Whether it’s a new website, a company brochure or a simple logo, you’re in the market for a graphic designer. But choosing a graphic designer can be a difficult, confusing or a nearly impossible process wherein you look at a portfolio of prior work and promise to pay for something that you’ve never seen, all with the hope that the designer captures your untold vision in perfect form. read more

December 9, 2013

Ecommerce web design – understanding what it takes

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There are different elements involved in the creation and development of anything that you wish to present to a target audience and ecommerce web design is no exception. Understanding them holistically as well as in some detail will help you provide inputs to your web designer. Should you want to do it yourself, this knowledge will be pretty handy to have.

Let us look at some of the main elements. read more

Should journalists help catch sources who commit crimes? Pierre Omidyar, Paul Carr, and Sarah Lacy debate

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Should journalists help catch sources who commit crimes? Pierre Omidyar, Paul Carr, and Sarah Lacy debate (via Pando Daily)

By David Holmes On December 8, 2013Last night, Paul Carr pointed to a tweet by Pierre Omidyar, the founder of a new investigative journalism outlet that employs Glenn Greenwald, that read, “Anybody who publishes stolen info should help catch the thief…


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December 6, 2013

How Listening to Music Can Make You a Better Blogger

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How listening to music can make you a better blogger

It’s a pretty common fact that many writers and bloggers listen to music while they are imposing their latest and greatest novels, short story, or blog post (it also helps conquer writer’s block). A 1993 study in literary journal nature stated that when the participants listened to a Mozart sonata, they scored higher on standardized tests of reasoning ability then participants to sat in silence. This allowed experts to reason that listening to music while completing a task that takes up abstract for spatial reasoning can positively influence work production. read more

December 4, 2013

Top Earning Blog Niches You Should Consider Mastering

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Anyone can start a blog. Practically anyone can earn money hiring himself out as a blogger/blog content writer. Earning good money by blogging – whether for yourself or as a blogger for someone else – is a totally different story, though. Blogs – and bloggers – are a dime a dozen, but it takes skill, talent, and a mastery of the topic to stand out.

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If you are a pro making a living out of writing, and you want your earnings to go up a notch, I suggest taking a look at these blog niches which will help you increase your worth. Of course, it goes without saying that you actually have to learn and exert effort before you can claim mastery and establish your authority in any niche. You can’t just spend a whole day on Wikipedia, and then go around proclaiming yourself as a guru!

If you are serious about making more money without being a hack, here are top earning blog niches that you might want to dive into. read more

December 2, 2013

Forget Snapchat and WhatsApp for a second – Kik is the dark horse of the Internet

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Forget Snapchat and WhatsApp for a second – Kik is the dark horse of the Internet (via Pando Daily)

By Hamish McKenzie On November 29, 2013Facebook and Google were both said to be trying to buy WhatsApp. Japan’s Line is mulling an IPO. China’s WeChat is becoming a threat to the country’s equivailent of PayPal. Snapchat turned down a $3 billion…


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