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Mannerisms

In grammar, an adjective is a ‘describing’ word; the main syntactic role of which, is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified.  Adjectives assign value to the words they modify. They tell you how you should feel about those words. The New York Times ran an article in June of 2012 in which they actually scolded themselves for overusing the […]

Blogger’s Code of Conduct

Blogger’s Code of Conduct

Tim O’Reilly introduced the Blogger’s Code of Conduct as a means to help enforce civility. Tim’s idea was that if bloggers themselves were civil on their own blog, it would encourage others to be civil as well.  He also suggested bloggers moderate comments on their blog. So why was the Blogger’s Code introduced in the first […]

5 Super Easy Steps to Attract Blog Readers

5 Super Easy Steps to Attract Blog Readers

What is the second most important part of your blog after the title? Eugene Schwartz was one of the very best copywriters ever. We still “borrow” his material today. It was not uncommon for him to spend an entire week on the first fifty words of an ad–the headline and the opening paragraph. His specialty was direct-mail […]

Wishes Do Come True

Blogging is such a great adventure. It gives you the fabulous opportunity to share what’s on your mind with millions of folks you will never meet. It gives you the opportunity to grow your business in a new direction. It gives you an opportunity to connect with family and friends. It gives you an opportunity […]

HTML Is Not Scary

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language though it really isn’t a programming language. HTML is a way to describe how a set of text and images should be displayed to a viewer. It really is not that difficult to use. Writing an HTML file simply means you will compose the text you want to […]

The Reluctant Writer No More

The Reluctant Writer No More

Today we are sharing a post from Quaint Scribbles. This post discusses how a homeschool Mom, Jackie, uses blogging to help encourage her reluctant writer. The ideas in this post are great for not only homeschoolers, but non-homeschooled kids as well. So pull up a chair and find out to jump start your child’s writing […]

Where’s Your Heart? Part 2

Where’s Your Heart?  Part 2

By now you have had plenty of time to consider your reasons for blogging. Are you one who falls into the, “I want to blog for business reasons.”? If so, know that is fine. As a marketing tool, blogs have great potential. You can use a myriad of places to host your blog and everyone […]

Where’s Your Heart? Part 1

Where’s Your Heart?   Part 1

Have you ever considered your reasons for wanting to blog? Is it because you really love writing, or you feel you have something to share with family, friends, or others. Maybe you like engaging strangers in debate. It’s fine to blog or want to blog because you have an interesting hobby or craft and want […]

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