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Determine How Your Site is Seen or How it’s Printed From the Other Side

Bloggers are curious by nature, especially if you’re going to want to see how your site is from the outside in. Now this is different from visibility which I covered a few days ago with the awesome tools you can use to rock your presence online. Thus, today it’s about what you see on your monitor. So for that matter, I went and did that the other day at a friend’s house and noticed how he had set up his display settings to the low 16-bit and larger view of 800×600. When I typed in my blog, wow did it stretch!

You Can Rock These FREE Services and Increase Your Visibility Online

Besides the valuable e-stuff I’ve been accumulating for my FREE e-library, I’ve also ran into some awesome sites which could help you make it friendly to distribute your content. All FREE! Note these are minor additions and I’m trying to stick to minimalism. So the more you’re able to get things out there quietly but also leave room for growth, your readers will

What is DDOS and How You Can Better Protect Yourself From This Dangerous Attack

DDOS is a term which means distributed denial-of-service. It is also known as a crash or smurf. It’s an attack which happens on a software level per se because your site is rendered useless temporarily or permanently through incoming requests.

A Post of Gratitude to All My Friends and Bloggers

I know it’s too early to celebrate but today is a special day. It’s my husband’s birthday so I want to shout out a big ‘Happy Birthday’ to him. Let him know that he’s special to me and while he stands behind the scenes most of the time, he has been a big support towards my blogging endeavors. Thank you so much honey. Have a wonderful day today.

50 Things I Didn’t Know About Starting A Mailing List (But Do Now After Studying Others)

Thanksgiving is around the corner. Yay! I have lots to share with you on what I have been doing. There isn’t too much explanation though as this will be a blitz, a giant of a list post for you to peruse. However, they are pretty self-explanatory.

7 Tips For Starting Your Own Mailing List

Hey there friends, bloggers and drifters, exciting week here for Blogging For. What’s more, I’m still working on finalizing the lessons before the 200th post. That’s 5 posts away! Aaaahhhh! (home alone face) 

Content May Be King But List Building is the Intention

In the process of building the first mailing list here, it became so obvious what should be more relevant for my daily efforts, content creation. In addition, this goes to say that articles that are evergreen should be something which will always be in the front of your mind. After all, you can always reference to them later on.

MailChimp How to Create a Campaign and Your First Newsletter

Yesterday, we spoke about creating a list from your dashboard within MailChimp. Today, we’ll continue with the 2nd step by creating a campaign to compliment that list. Since I’m writing an e-course, I want to schedule the follow-up posts one day after each in chronological order. To do that, I will go into the autoresponder section and just add the e-mails I need to send out.

What Your Personal Relationship Can Teach You About Building Your Online Blog Subscription List

Every anniversary is something worth celebrating. Whether that’s weekly, monthly or yearly, they are moments worth remembering because they bring into light some milestones which we’re capable of holding onto. You can put this in relations to coupling. Such is the case every month for both my husband and I.