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Book Review: ProBlogger – Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income

As someone who maintains a blog, I am looking for ways to improve my blog and I thought what better way to find improvement tips than from folks who make money at it. I was right. In ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income*, there are a wealth of tips for putting together a better blog.  Read the rest of this entry

Season your digital content

Seasons (1)If you are looking for a post on how to spice up your digital content, I am afraid your will be disappointed. As a continuation of yesterday’s post, I am going to offer a suggestion for breathing new life into your digital content that is just sitting online.  Read the rest of this entry

You convinced me to blog, now what?

BloggingYesterday, I posted about using blogs to answer questions, and I have had a couple people ask me how to get started. Naturally, I am going to answer this query using my own blog post. While getting started with a blog is relatively easy, there are some things to think about such as what blogging site to use, setting it up, what to write about, and spreading the word about your effort. Read the rest of this entry

Have your answers do double duty

AnswersIn many of our jobs, we have a responsibility to provide answers to queries whether they are generated in email messages, phone calls, walk in visits, or other means. In many cases, we are providing the same answer many times. Perhaps there is a way to better leverage our previous answers. Read the rest of this entry

Dictating a blog post

MicrophoneFor this blog post, I’m trying something just a little different. I recently read an article called Here’s How I Wrote This 1,000-Word Blog Post in 10 Minutes by Ginny Soskey. In that post, she describes how you could use Evernote on your telephone to dictate a message or note and then use it for a blog post, so I’m trying it out. Read the rest of this entry