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Get rid of “I” in Blogging

Want to be a better blogger, than get rid of the me in blogging. Most of us start off with blogs that are based around our lives. This is fine but eventually your audience will grow and not want to hear about every little detail of your life. You’ll probably start writing about one topic, [...]

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Yellowknife Blog Camp

The timing is perfect for my trip back to Yellowknife next week. A few days after getting back there will be a Blog Camp taking place. What is a blog camp? It is when an informal meet up and conference meet in the middle. Of course it is for bloggers, want to be bloggers or [...]

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My Blogging thoughts go in circles

I don’t know how you blog or what you use, but I use WordPress and more specifically I use the desktop application MarsEdit for writing blog posts. As you may also know I think having thins sync’d in the cloud is the greatest thing the Internet has produced. So when I caught myself going in [...]

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Mashable is now below the fold

I use to read Mashable all the time. It was like Social Media Religion to read that site. I looked up to Pete Cashmore and all his style. Slowly though that has been drifting away as the years pass by. They are becoming bigger and I’m becoming wiser. Mashable does still create content worth reading [...]

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Blog Topics can be Last Search Terms

Every couple of days I look  at the statistics of my website. I use a couple different methods to check statistics, a built-in WordPress plug-in, called stat press and there is also one called WordPress.com stats. I also use Google analytics, which provides a lot of good information. The reason I bring these up, is [...]

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To Consume, Create or Curate?

The other day I read an article by Brian Solis, who is known for being one of the top Social Media Marketers per say, I also recommend his book .. In the article Brian talks about how generations ago all most people did was consume content. Whether it print or radio, they digested information more [...]

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