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The Enthusiasts Guide To Creating a Podcast (And Why It Can Crumble) This is not an article on ‘creating a podcast that wows millions to turn you into a rock star to grow your revenue and have people flocking to buy from you, not just this month but coming back to you again and again.’

The Enthusiasts Guide To Creating a Podcast (And Why It Can Crumble)

This is what I have learnt from eight months of podcasting. To many of us this is a completely new platform to test and understand. 12 Tools You Didn't Realize Could Send You More Blog Traffic. It’s no secret.

12 Tools You Didn't Realize Could Send You More Blog Traffic

We all want more blog traffic. For some of us it helps grow our business. 10 Extremely Effective Social Media Tools For Bloggers. We are well aware that bloggers are different than marketers.

10 Extremely Effective Social Media Tools For Bloggers

Some of them do not prefer putting the texts out there, trying hard to attract more visitors. But honestly, this is a big mistake. In 21st century, there are so many websites and blogs, that readership often feels lost. Blogging Can Be A Profitable Passion. Blogging is the cover story of the July/August 2015 issue of The Costco Connection, with a slant towards what I call passion bloggers.

Blogging Can Be A Profitable Passion

I’ve written before about what small business bloggers can learn from passion bloggers, and it’s great to have fresh examples from six Canadian women with successful blogs. I’ll introduce them in a moment, but first I want to clarify one point from the article where I’m quoted as saying that “ads are one of the hallmarks of a successful blog.”

Before you rush off and clutter your blog with Google ads, affiliate links, and multiple ads for your own products and services, please note that we were talking about third-party advertisers, sponsors or patrons. As it states earlier in the article, “Before a company places an ad on a blog, they need to know [the blog’s] readers are engaged.” How to Get Your Blog Posts Read. These 39 Sites Have Amazing Stock Photos You Can Use For Free — Vantage. Something Weird This Way Comes (to the CUE Blog) – CUE Blog. Welcome to the new incarnation of the CUE Blog.

Something Weird This Way Comes (to the CUE Blog) – CUE Blog

My name is Doug Robertson, and I’ll be the CUE Blog’s Supreme Mugwump, Grand Poobah, and Cat in the Hat.* The CUE Blog will be home to a diverse and interesting collection of writers covering education topics far and wide, general and specific. It is my goal to bring to you, our dear readers, the highest quality in education writing while balancing information with voice and personality. As the new editor of the CUE Blog I should introduce myself to those unfamiliar with me. I’ve written two books about teaching. 4 Best Autoblogging WordPress Plugins - Posted on June 5th, 2015 in Plugins by Prashant The WordPress Autoblog Plugin are the best tools available in the market for not just autoblogging, but a lot more things among which content curation is the best known.

4 Best Autoblogging WordPress Plugins -

These tools are a life savior for those who don’t have enough time for their blog but has very much passion for that. Also, there are not many but only a few such plugins are available in the market that could be useful to you with features available in them. Here below we have listed some of the best Autoblog plugins for you, so just take a tour and let us know which one meets your expectations. WP Robot Autoblog Plugin One of the most important tool today for auto blogging is WP Robot WordPress Autoblog Plugin which not only allows you to auto blog, but a few things more.

Full Details and Download Autoblog WordPress Plugin Full Details and Download WP RSS Aggregator Full Details and Download | Demo WP RSS Multi Importer Plugin Full Details and Download | Demo Conclusion. What I Learned After 30 Straight Days of Blogging  I once was lost but now...

What I Learned After 30 Straight Days of Blogging 

I'm still lost... And it feels great. Thirty days ago, I was creatively stuck. 11 Essential Elements of a Perfect Blog Design (a Data Driven Answer) 20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark. In our own, considered, humble opinion, we have an awesome blog that every eLearning professional should read.

20 eLearning Blogs You Simply Have to Bookmark

But sometimes we like to see what our colleagues are doing, which means taking a look at the multitude of eLearning knowledge that exists all over the web. In no particular order, here are 20 blogs that you simply must bookmark and read on a consistent basis: 1. eLearning Industry This website publishes original eLearning content with 360 authors and more than 90 original articles published per month. Edtech Blogs. The Connected Educator Movement Is Failing, And We’re All To Blame. Sometimes it’s good to get a dose of reality.

The Connected Educator Movement Is Failing, And We’re All To Blame

Last April I stumbled upon an EdSurge post entitled, “Twitter Exec Reports that Educators Dominate the Twitter-sphere.” Bloggeriffic Books » Blog Archive » Blogging Safety. Tumblr Takes On Medium With Upgrades To Its Writing Interface And More. Starting today, Tumblr is rolling out a series of updates to its online blogging platform designed to make the service more attractive and useful for content creators, and specifically for those writing long-form content.

Tumblr Takes On Medium With Upgrades To Its Writing Interface And More

The move comes at a time when publishing platform Medium, co-founded by former Twitter CEO Evan Williams, is growing in popularity thanks to its simple and clean user interface – something which clearly Tumblr is now trying to target with these recent changes. Also new today, are upgraded mobile apps for Tumblr users that introduce improved support for push notifications and messaging, among other things.

The company teased some of the changes on its staff blog yesterday, highlighting a feature that shows an animation of a rich text editor, but hinting that there was “much, much more” on the way. What I’d Add To The 4-Hour Workweek for 2015 (And Much More) (Photo: Aaron Benitez) “Luxury is feeling unrushed. It is designing a life that allows you to do what you want with high leverage, with many options, all while feeling unrushed.” -Tim Ferriss [30:36] The short audio below answers your 20+ most popular questions, as determined by 7,000+ votes.

Home - Alfie Kohn. Stop-stealing-dreams6print.pdf. Good at math. Attribution 2.0 Generic — CC BY 2.0. iO Tillett Wright: Fifty shades of gay. Blogging is NOT Analog Writing in Digital Spaces. Blogging in education is about quality and authentic writing in digital spaces with a global audience, while observing digital citizenship responsibilities and rights, as on documents, reflects, organizes and makes one’s learning and thinking visible and searchable! Blogging is not analog writing in digital spaces. Blogging is not an activity, but a process. The process includes reading, writing, commenting and connecting. How to Share Key Information Among Your Team. Posted by Joshua Zerkel on 20 May 2014 Comment At your business, you keep track of a lot of information. From assets that need to be available company-wide to project documents relevant to only specific teams, Evernote Business ensures that the right people have access to the right information.

Share with the whole company: Evernote Business is an ideal place to consolidate information you want everyone in your company to see. Create a shared Business Notebook for “Key Documents,” add your employee handbook, travel and reimbursement policies, tax forms or similar documents, and hit publish. Cms-21063?utm_content=buffer7283b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter. is a blogging system with a difference. It has one feature in particular which makes it especially interesting: instead of an admin panel you simply create your posts inside Evernote. Personal Blogging. Just another site. 4 Things I Learned From Students This Week.

Cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Sham Hardy I spent the past week speaking to trustees, superintendents, teachers, parents, and most importantly, students. I Got My First Cup of Coffee from Whataburger. Well that’s not exactly true. I got my first cup of drive-thru coffee at Whataburger. My first real cup came at an IHOP one night after the late-late movie. The four of us piled into the green Ford Contour after the movie got out.