Tag Archives: blogging

Kissing Blogger Ass Never Tasted So Good

Do Bloggers really promote free speech ? This modern era advocates a world of digital interaction, remote friendships and tweet-a-second self-promotion. By default, it can be hard to find an online community where your voice is not only heard; but acknowledged and there is also room for intelligent; adult debate. A recent happening whilst trying […]

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Democracy Comes To Punctuation City. Exclamation?

Remember when typing was done by qualified professionals? Remember when writing was a skillset only few got paid for? Remember when dinosaurs roamed the earth? You might find this surprising -I did- but it was the folks who were in charge of printing books, i.e. Printers; who decided which punctuation mark went where. Today, all […]

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Blogging As The Battle of Thermopylae

Some of you will know the story through a film adaptation of a graphic novel by Frank Miller. 300 is a story based on the Battle of Thermopylae as described by the Greek Historian, Herodotus. According to Herodotus, King Leonidas of Sparta held off a million man Persian army for seven days. Outflanked, Leonidas stood with his […]

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Top 3 Tribe Building Strategies for Bloggers

I’ve written about basic tribe building strategies already. The niche, the low-mid-high strategy and timeline strategy. After using Triberr for a while and with ample input from everyone in Triberr community, I’ve devised three additional strategies. Here we go. The Posting Frequency Strategy It might be perceived as unfair if one tribe member posts 3-4 […]

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5 Things You Should Do To Lose Your Blogging Virginity Like a Slut

In the age of choc-o-block mediocre blog(s) that no one reads, and the emergence of A list bloggers with book deals, it can be a difficult decision to decide to launch a new blog into an over-saturated market. And harder still if you’re a total tech newbie? A Twitter ignoramus, and wouldn’t know CSS or […]

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The Age Of Social Media Superstars Is OVER!!!

I remember listening to one of Gary Vee’s talks where he said that he wishes he could erase his Social Media notoriety only so that he could show that the hard work and his passionate approach to marketing would win the day once again. I love Gary, I really do. I think he is on […]

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The Changing Art of Writing a Headline

If we track the progression of writing a captivating Headline; we have newspapers delivering punchy, intriguing and human-friendly Headlines ever since the days of the early Printing Press. With the advent of google and the fact that 84% of Internet users start out by typing a search-query string into google’s Search box; over the last […]

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Are Your Readers Neglecting Your Best Posts?

My friend Tristan Higbee <- Listen to our interview| from Blogging Bookshelf wrote a post the other day about The Fine Art of Rejecting and Trashing Your Own Blog Posts. You should definitely check it out after reading this post of course. But what about the posts that make the cut.   What about the posts […]

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