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Learn how you can setup multiple email addresses (or aliases) with one Gmail account in Google Apps. Email sent to the alias are delivered to your main inbox. There are quite a few ways by which you can create multiple email addresses inside Gmail. For instance, if your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org , any email that’s addressed to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org will also be delivered to your main inbox since Gmail ignores dots and anything that’s after the plus symbol in email usernames. Therefore, theoretically speaking, you get an unlimited number of email addresses with one Gmail account.
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Every web publisher — and especially content marketer — yearns for an engaged and loyal audience. But with the sheer volume of noise, clutter and — well, content — online it can be hard to figure out how to reach people and keep them coming back for more. The content marketing agency BlueGlass knows a lot about how to do this well.
They say you should write what you know, and Dana LaRue is a prime example of this. Her popular wedding blog Broke Ass Bride is a product of her own journey planning a wedding on a budget. Now she has a team of contributors and the support of advertisers who help her share budget-friendly wedding style tips with her audience. Here are Dana’s tips for new bloggers. How did you get started with Brokeassbride.com?
Hi there! I'm starting a brand new series of questions and reader requests here at A Beautiful Mess. I have an FAQ page, but some questions deserve a much more in-depth response! Today I'm jumping into the topic of organization. Each time I post about organization methods I get more and more questions, so here's a little more detail about how I keep track of it all... 1.
Congratulations, you have a post that is on the first page of Google! You might even have a post in the top three. The problem is, no one is clicking on your post. One way to get people to click on your post (as opposed to other posts on the same page) is to remember to fill out your meta description for each post. Many WordPress themes have a meta description built in, but if not you can use a plugin like All in One SEO pack.
Earlier this week Amy wrote a post featuring a video by Matt Cutts. The bottom line: content is king but SEO is queen. In Matt’s video he basically said that if you didn’t know anything about SEO, but were still writing quality content you wouldn’t be penalized. That’s great news for many bloggers.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization; everybody is talking about SEO, when it comes to optimizing a blog post to get the best from search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo etc) there are a lot of online resources that can help you understand it. However, if you don’t know a lot about SEO these free resources can be difficult to understand. Know Your SEO Vocabulary SEO: Search Engine Optimization Pagerank/ranking: A 1-10 scale determined by Google. The higher the score, the better.
Have you heard all the fuss about dry shampoo? It’s seems like it’s all anybody talks about these days: dry shampoo this, dry shampoo that. What’s the world coming to ?
One of the biggest problems that designers struggle with is how to improve a design that didn’t quite hit the mark. Sometimes we’re on our game and can bust out a beautiful design in minutes, other times we struggle to complete something that should be simple. Today’s post is a checklist that you can bookmark and refer back to for those times when you need a fresh perspective.
Last week, I dove into re-living our Alt Summit panel on Blogging Etiquette bit by bit. I got pretty in depth covering Part 1: Comments, Copying and Crediting and wrote over 4,000 words, so today I’ll do my best to be as concise as possible* while covering our next series of topics. Today I’m tackling Part 2: Submissions, Sponsorship, Giveaways & Freebies . This section of our panel had Joy , Emily and I offering our advice and experiences dealing with a wide range of topics, many of which we had differing opinions on. So these topics are definitely open for personal interpretation and feedback.
Last week, Kate and I flew to Utah to attend the Altitude Design Summit , which, much like last year, did not disappoint. The conference was jam-packed with amazing panels, people and enough inspiration to keep me going for a few months with new ideas. I was excited to speak on a panel again this year discussing Online Etiquette and Ethics .
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